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Fraser Yachts sells Northern Marine expedition yacht Meander

More good news on the sales front as I hear from Neal Esterly at Fraser Yachts that he acted for buyer and seller in the sale of the 24.76m expedition yacht Meander.

Meander was built in fibreglass by US yard Northern Marine to a design by Stephen R. Seaton and delivered in 2002. Her interior was designed by Scott Cole and can accommodate a total of seven guests in a master suite, double stateroom and a twin cabin, along with a Pullman berth.

Her large pilothouse features two leather helm seats and a comfortable settee plus state of the art navonics. Forward is a Portuguese bridge with port and starboard wing stations. Her boat deck has ample room for two tenders and a flybridge with seating and full controls for warm weather cruising.

Power comes from a 550hp Caterpillar diesel engine giving her a range of 4,200 nautical miles at 10 knots, with a maximum speed of 12 knots.

Meander was asking $3,250,000.

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