Camper and Nicholsons

New Listings for Sale

20th Feb 2014

This month, Camper & Nicholsons International saw an extensive list of new yachts added to its expanding sales fleet.

Three outstanding yachts were brought to the fleet by Jeremy Comport this month to include Polar Star, Cristalex and Phoebe. The 63.40m (208') Lürssen-built Polar Star perfectly combines outstanding ocean-going qualities and ice capabilities with the interior volume and amenities of a luxury superyacht. Carefully maintained to impeccable standards,  the 30.48m (100') Azimut-built Cristalex is offered as an outstanding yacht perfectly adaptable to an active family who wish to cruise and entertain in ultimate comfort and style, while the 30.14m (98'11) Moonen-built Phoebe was built with functionality and comfort in mind and fuses outstanding Dutch pedigree with quality engineering and exceptional styling.

Michael Rafferty welcomed one of the finest Feadship custom-built yachts, the 52.12m (171') Gravitas. She has since benefitted from a completely new elegant interior, bequeathing the feel of a recent yacht.

Another yacht brought in by Michael Rafferty and Andrew LeBuhn is the custom-built 45.7m (150’) Feadship 150' ex Carmac built by Dutch Feadship Royal Van Lent shipyard in 1991. She has been meticulously maintained and safely travelled the world with unique elegance and style for her well-known owners.

Rytis Babravicius welcomed the refined 40m (132') Nameless as a new sales listing. Modern both on her exterior and interior due to expert craftsmanship, she is the perfect tri-deck yacht with a stylish modern twist allowing for unrestricted navigation in the utmost comfort.

There was also the custom-built 31.6m (103') Victoria D added by Jean-Marie Récamier.  She marries contemporary sophistication with high performance rendering this sailing yacht a seaworthy choice for 12 guests sleeping on board.

Second in the Moonen 97 series for sale by David Sargus and Michael Rafferty bring the 30.4m (99'8) Sofia II to the list of yachts for sale at C&NI. Built in 2008 with transatlantic range CAT power and a stunning Art-Line Interior is what makes Sofia II one of the finest vessels on the brokerage market.

Built in 1985 and refitted in 2008 and again in 2013, Jeff Partin welcomed 27.4m (91') Trilogy. She is a superb example of Jack Hargrave design and Cheoy Lee’s best craftsmanship. With a good turn of speed, she has proven a safe and sturdy long-range cruiser having completed four transatlantic voyages. 

For more information on the new yachts offered for sale, please contact Camper & Nicholsons International.

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