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Fraser Yachts sells Swan sailing yacht Song of the Sea with Northrop & Johnson

A call to Northrop & Johnson brings news that Bill Titus has closed on the sale of the 34.14m sailing yacht Song of the Sea with Georges Bourgoignie of Fraser Yachts representing the buyer.

Song of the Sea was built by Nautor’s Swan to a German Frers design and launched in 2002, and she had a major refit in 2009. Interiors are an elegant blend of exotic hardwoods with the finest silks, leathers and stone available. A nice touch is that her raised main saloon is all on one level and is designed so that a person of average height can enjoy the views through the windows while seated.

Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins. The owner's cabin is aft with a centreline queen size bed, port and starboard settees and a vanity mirror that can be electrically lowered to reveal a 42 inch television screen. There are two double cabins forward and a single with a fold down Pullman berth.

Under power, a single 414hp MTU engine delivers an impressive range of 3,000 nautical miles.

Song of the Sea was asking $5,995,000.

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