Camper & Nicholsons International have announced that they are to act as central agents for the sale of three yachts.
London based broker Simon Goldsworthy welcomes 2 of these yachts to his own portfolio inside the brokerage firm. They are the 26 metre Serendipity Blue from Falcon Yachts and the 31.2m Luna from Admiral Yachts
Luna was delivered in 2004 by Admiral Yachts to the current Owner, this stylish and design-led yacht with an interior by Tea Rose is a cut above the run of the mill yachts in this size range. Only ever used privately, it really shows in her condition. With 5 cabins including a master on the main deck this yacht makes the perfect family boat, and her contemporary interior makes her as relevant today as when she was launched. Her asking price is €3,950,000.
Serendipity Blue was constructed in late 2004, and delivered in April 2005, this Falcon 86 is MCA category II and was fitted out to be as attractive as possible to charterers. Only for sale as her owner has decided to move up, this yacht presents buyers with a fantastic opportunity to purchase a truly turn-key boat with a good charter reputation. She has been priced for a quick sale and is open to reasonable offers on an asking price of €1,575,000.
In the Mediterranean Gaston Lees-Buckley is celebrating his appointment as Co Central Agents with Perini Navi USA for the sale of a new build project the 38 metre sloop rigged sailing yacht from Perini Navi, Sloop designed by Philippe Briand.
The hull and superstructure are complete and she is available for inspections at the builders shipyard in La Spezia, Italy.
The time to complete and deliver is expected to be approximately 18 months from contract signing.
Various design and layout proposals have been studied and prepared to show interested parties and are available along with specifications upon request.