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New Listings for Sale

25th Nov 2013

Camper & Nicholsons welcome six new listings to its fleet ranging from 25m (82') to 39.6m (130').

Ralph Raulin introduces the 39.6m (130') motor yacht Trading Places IV to Camper & Nicholsons. An outstanding example of Westport quality construction and one of the finest yachts from the 130’ series available on the market, she was built in 2008 and has been maintained regardless of cost since new. 

Together with Tim Langmead, Jordan Waugh welcome the 2012 built 39m (128') sailing yacht Renaissance to the sales fleet. Built by Italian shipyard CNT Castagnola, Renaissance combines quality construction, modern sailing systems and a Trans-Oceanic 5000nm range with huge interior spaces to make her a true all-round long range explorer. She offers five large staterooms to sleep up to 10 guests in a well-appointed layout that is ideal for large families as well as chartering.

Rytis Babravicius welcomes the 38.7m (127') motor yacht Gladius to the sales fleet. Built in 2007 for an experienced owner, she is considered one of the most successful yachts ever to have been launched from the Cantieri di Pisa shipyard. Her spacious, inviting interior includes a large main salon and intimate cinema room and offers accommodation for up to 10 guests in five staterooms in a versatile layout that is ideal for families.

The 31.31m (102') Queen South joins the sales fleet with Foulques de Raigniac. Built in 1987 by Versilcraft and has benefited from careful maintenance and upgrades since new, including the installation of all new engines, equipment and generators during her last refit. Queen South sleeps up to 12 guests in five generous staterooms including a full-beam master suite with Owner’s study, in a well-balanced interior that combines her classic charm with modern comforts. 

Steen Christensen presents the immaculate SD92 built 26.7m (90'6) Lady Jane. She has a highly customized contemporary four cabin interior in natural and warm colors designed by Stephen Huish making the yacht stand apart from the sister ships. Only one owner since new and never chartered, she has been built to MCA, and has been maintained without consideration of costs and almost appears like new.

The 25m (82') motor yacht First Episode is introduced by Charles Ehrardt and Foulques de Raigniac. Built in 2001, First Episode is one of the few yachts from the successful Amer 82’ series available on the market today. Her well-balanced interior layout offers accommodation for up to eight guests in four generous en suite staterooms comprising a full-beam master suite, one double and two twin cabins. She boasts an excellent charter record and is available for sale with her 23m x 6m berth in Antibes.

 

by Camper Nicholsons

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