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Fraser Yachts sells sportfish superyacht Seacall

News in overnight from James Nason at Fraser Yachts that he's found a buyer for the 36.27m sportfisherman Seacall, a joint listing with Patrick McConnell.

Seacall was built by Denison in 1991 to a design by Joe Langlois. Described as the ultimate tournament sportfishing yacht, her luxurious interior by Dee Robinson accommodates up to eight guests in a master suite, double stateroom and twin cabin. Twin Detroit Diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 18 knots and a maximum speed of 22 knots.

Seacall will remain based in San Diego, California, and was asking $1,800,000.

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