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Superyacht No Lo Se sold

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Text and photo by Maarten Janssen/SuperYachtPhoto.com

Bernard Gallay Yacht Brokerage tells us they have found a new owner for superyacht No Lo Se, built by the renowned German based shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen in 1974. The yacht was being offered for sale by Petrucci Yachts.

This gentleman’s yacht was designed by J.H.F. Rogers., and In 2001 the yacht had a complete refit. Dutch designer Felix Buytendijk was asked to redesign both her interior and exterior. The refit was carried out by Astilleros de Mallorca who redid the whole interior, installed new generators, watermakers, air condition and much more work was carried out to bring her up to today’s standards.

No Lo Se boasts accommodation for 10 guests in five spacious staterooms and she has an impressive 4,500 nautical mile range at 12 knots.

Her asking price was € 6,000,000.

Bernard Gallay Yacht Brokerage
Bernard Gallay
+33 467 66 39 93
bernard.gallay@bernard-gallay.com
www.bernard-gallay.com

Petrucci Yachts
Ciro Petrucci
+39 335 18 22 971
ciro.petrucci@petrucciyachts.com
www.petrucciyachts.com

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