Northrop & Johnson is pleased to announce the following yacht sales, which took place during the month of June and into July.
The 110-foot (33.55m) JOM Zaandam Netherlands classic sloop ANNAGINE was sold by Sales Broker Derk Jan Rolff. ANNAGINE combines comfort with performance. She also offers effortless and practical sail handling with powered hydraulic winches and a roller furling headsail.
The 105-foot (32.04m) CBI motor yacht INDIGO was sold by Sales Broker Phillip Bell representing the seller. INDIGO is ideally suited for cruising anywhere in the world with an 8.5-foot (2.5m) draft that allows her to visit any port or harbor.
The 67-foot (20.65m) Nautor’s Swan sailing yacht KIA ORA III was sold by Sales Brokers Hank Halsted and Simon Turner. Built in 1996, KIA ORA III is in great condition thanks to a 2007 refit and constant maintenance.
The 62-foot (19m) Hanse 630e sailing yacht NEREIDA was sold by Sale Broker Simon Turner. NEREIDA is a one-owner yacht that was built highly specified and with many upgrades and extras.
The 62-foot (19m) Ted Hood sailing yacht AUDREY was sold by Sales Broker Bill Titus. AUDREY is a classically charming vessel built for worldwide cruising.
The 62-foot (18.89m) Salhouse motor yacht FOR PETE’S SAKE was sold by Sales Broker Dennis Moran. FOR PETE’S SAKE has been well maintained and is well suited for a variety of on-water activities, including fishing and cruising.
The 58-foot (17.68m) Tayana Yachts sailing yacht REVERENCE was sold by Sales Broker Jim Elliott. REVERENCE is a comfortable and luxurious family yacht that was built for short-hand offshore sailing.
The 50-foot (15.24m) Knysna catamaran WILD VANILLA was sold by Sales Broker Bruce Leffers. WILD VANILLA is a high-quality South African-built catamaran with comfortable accommodations offering high performance.
For more information on the sale of any of these yachts, please email [email protected]