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Camper & Nicholsons is pleased to announce that two magnificent sailing yachts and one motor yacht join the sales fleet, whilst the 37m Hitachi Zosen Buckpasser is sold.
Presenting a magnificent opportunity to acquire the largest wooden sailing yacht in commercial operation, with an excellent charter record and potential, the 65.2m Lamima features the authenticity and charm of the Indonesian two-masted trading ship – the phinisi. Listed exclusively with Adam-Michael Papadakis, she is the only world class charter yacht to be registered under the Indonesian flag.
Semi-custom built in 2008, the 32.92m motor yacht Shore Thing listed with AJ MacDonald and John Weller. benefits from low engine hours, a new aft deck bar and brand new water toys. Her immaculate interior features an open plan main saloon and accommodation for eight guests in four en suite staterooms. With a maximum speed of 32 knots, Shore Thing offers a thrilling experience.
Listed with C&N broker Jonathan Syrett, the 30.21m sailing yacht Alarife Cien presents a fantastic opportunity for a passionate sailor to acquire a very fast yet comfortable cruising sloop that boasts excellent performance. Specifically designed to offer absolute comfort, she features optimum sound insulation allowing her to maintain an ideal temperature and repel noise. Still under the original ownership, Alarife Cien is VAT and matriculation paid.
Having been listed on the market for less than four months, the traditional motor yacht, Buckpasser was sold in January with Andrew LeBuhn and Brendan Roney from the C&N Palm Beach office representing the seller.