Recently Sold Yachts
This month saw Camper & Nicholsons successfully conclude the sale of six impressive yachts ranging from to 27.43m (90’) to 37m (121’4).
With nearly 100 years to her name, the unique 37m (121'4) steel Dutch schooner, Joseph Conrad, built by G&S in 1916 was successfully sold for the second time through Camper & Nicholsons, this time by Jeremy Comport and Richard Higgins.
Just two months after being added to the sales fleet, Andrew LeBuhn, alongside selling broker Simon Ting of Bluewater Yachting, successfully sell the semi-custom built 34.2m (112') Fortrus by Inace. Built in 2008 by long time yacht owners, this unique tri-deck displacement vessel has just returned from an epic Greenland-to-Alaska “Across the Top of the World” journey through the Northwest Passage.
Camper & Nicholsons were equally delighted to announce the sale of the 32m (105') Dream, alongside RJC Yachts with Scott Goldsworthy introducing the buyer. Custom built in 2006 by Hargrave, this flush-deck motor yacht features generous walk-around exterior decks that are ideal for relaxing and entertaining.
Simon Goldsworthy continued the success of Camper & Nicholsons brokers’ success in sales at the end of June with the sale of the only ever privately used 31.2m (105’) Admiral built motor yacht Luna. A fine example of Italian design, Luna was delivered in 2004 and is presented to her owner in immaculate condition. Simon also confirmed the sale of the 1994 built 35m (114’8) Alloy sailing yacht Aime Sea. Extensively refitted in 2011, Aime Sea combines excellent sailing performance with luxurious living areas.
James Rayner confirmed the sale of the 1996 built Azimut 90, 27.43m (90') Loretta, with Sanbo Marine representing the buyer. Having been meticulously maintained since new, she is presented to her new owner in fantastic condition.
For more details on these sales, please contact Camper & Nicholsons.