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In the last month Camper & Nicholsons has welcomed five new superyachts to the fleet, including the 56m sailing yacht Parsifal III, and announced the sale of three motor yachts. Looking ahead, the C&N team is finalising preparations for the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show (28 September to 1 October).
The 53.8m (176’6) Perini Navi Parsifal III joins the C&N sales fleet, listed with Alex Lees-Buckley. Following her launch in 2005, she was the winner of no less than five prestigious awards including 'Superyacht of the Year' (Sailing) and 'Best Sailing Yacht Interior' in the Boat International World Superyacht Awards.
Also new to the fleet is the 41.1m (134'84) Okko, listed with Rytis Babravicius. Offered for sale for the very first time, the Mondomarine-built motor yacht presents herself in immaculate condition and is commercially registered.
The last and probably the best yacht in the Mangusta 108 series, the 33.48m (109’10) Kimochiii, listed with Arne Ploch benefits from an immaculate interior designed by the renowned Stefano Righini and offers accommodation for up to nine guests in four sophisticated en suite cabins.
The latest addition to the sales fleet is the 30.8m (101’) Pamalama, listed with Brendan Roney and Andrew LeBuhn. Semi-custom built by Hargrave for comfort and accessibility, she boasts harmonious living spaces complemented by gloss walnut wood and a country style kitchen.
Finally, the luxurious 30.7m (100’8) Pokrov II is now listed for sale with Richard Higgins. In excellent condition with low engine hours, the Heesen-built motor yacht benefits from impressive deck space, a barbeque, al fresco dining and an outside bar.
C&N is also pleased to announce the sale of the 40.2m (131'1) Sanlorenzo Scorpion 2 having been listed with Camper & Nicholsons for only two months.
The 33.5m (109'10) Feadship Casual Water has also been sold with C&N bringing the buyer. Having been totally restored from stem to stern, Casual Water is without a doubt, one of the finest classic Feadships.
Most recently, the 29.8m (101') motor yacht Sandy II has been sold. Having had very little use, this exceptional Sunseeker 101 Sport offered guests unrivalled space and luxurious accommodation.