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The 36m superyacht Savannah sold

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Gemma Fottles

The 35.97-metre superyacht Savannah has been sold, Northrop & Johnson has announced. Built by the now inactive US shipyard Intermarine Savannah and completed in 2000, she features both interior and exterior design from Luiz de Basto.

Accommodating up to 10 guests on board over five staterooms, she has enjoyed a successful charter history throughout the US, Bahamas and the Caribbean over the years, with her US-built and US-flagged status making her a particularly straightforward vessel to charter in US waters.

Savannah was sold with Crom Littlejohn of Northrop & Johnson representing the seller, and Steve Barcsansky of HMY representing the buyer in the deal. At the time of sale she was listed at an asking price of $3,750,000.

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