Camper and Nicholsons International have announced a number of new listings. Michael Payne welcomes the 49.9m (163'8) QM of London to the CNI sales fleet. An outstanding example of the celebrated Golden Bay Series from the renowned Benetti yard, she represents a remarkable purchase opportunity. Her stunning Disdale interior includes seven guest cabins.
Signed just before the Monaco Yacht Show and displayed at the show was the 46.1m (151'2) Wellenreiter (photo below), a new listing for Alex Lees Buckley.
Combining all the advantages of both sail and power - with accommodation for seven guests, the Jongert was built in 2003 and offers an unparalleled sailing experience.
Michael Rafferty welcomes the 47.5m (155'1) Rochade currently in build at Delta Marine and due for launch in 2011.
CNI's Jonathan Syrett lists the 33.4m (109'6) Southern Cross for sale. Built in 1962 by Yarrow & Co, the Bermuda rigged Southern Cross was the biggest steel auxiliary ketch built in Scotland for many years. She was awarded the Lloyd's Register 'Yacht of the Year' Trophy for the best design and construction in 1962 amongst 86 competing yachts. Her comfortable accommodation include five double guest cabins. Southern Cross has been participating in several Classic and Vintage boat regattas.
CNI broker Bill Sanderson lists the 21.3m (70') Cassiopeia for sale. A brand new catamaran by Constellation Yachts and designed by Walter Schurtenberger, she was built in consultation with the world's premier composite engineer, High Modulus. She is a fast, comfortable and spacious long distance cruiser. Performance under sail can reach up to 25 knots.