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CRN's 74m yacht Odyssey II sold and renamed Lady Jorgia

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Laura Nicholls

The 74-metre yacht Lady Jorgia has been sold, thanks to Stuart Larsen of Fraser representing the seller and Burgess acting as joint-CA. Fraser's Stuart Larsen and Dennis Frederiksen also represented the buyer, who has since changed the yacht's name from Odyssey II to Lady JorgiaOdyssey yacht by CRN in CannesPhoto: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesItalian shipyard CRN built Lady Jorgia in 2017 under the name of Cloud 9 to in-house naval architecture and an exterior design penned by Zuccon International Project. Inside, Winch Design saw to the interiors; which spans across five-decks with space for up to 16 guests across eight adaptable staterooms.Cloud 9 yachtCloud 9 main saloonSome of the notable exterior spaces onboard include a grand entertaining platform on the helipad which can be covered by a tent for alfresco dining and a large beach club with an extended sea-level platform and espresso bar. Guests can also make use of the spa area by the swimming pool or the dedicated owner's deck with its private office, deck space and outdoor cinema. 

Cloud 9 owner's suiteCloud 9 owner's suiteHaving been listed as a yacht for sale at the beginning of the year, Lady Jorgia had a last known asking price of €84,000,000 at the time of sale. 

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