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Fraser signs superyacht Marco Polo for sale

Patrick Coote of Fraser Yachts tells me that, hot on the heels of signing Delta Marine's 38m superyacht Aerie for sale, Josh Gulbranson in Fort Lauderdale is now the central agent for the sale of Cheoy Lee's 44.8m superyacht Marco Polo.

Built in 2007 to a Ron Holland design, she's intended to be as eco-friendly as possible and her single propeller gives her a range of 6,000 miles as, at 10 knots, she sips only 100 litres of fuel per hour. Lloyds classed and MCA compliant, Marco Polo sleeps up to nine guests in a private owner's deck, VIP, double and twin plus a single that's currently being used as a gym but could easily be converted back to a cabin. Currently lying in Fort Lauderdale, the superyacht's asking $21.5 million and the owners will consider trades.

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