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Merle Wood signs IAG motor yacht No Bada Bees for sale

News in from Merle Wood & Associates that John Cohen and John Jacobi have listed for sale the 38.8m motor yacht No Bada Bees.

Built by Chinese superyacht yard IAG Yachts in GRP to RINA class and MCA compliant, she was delivered in 2010 as the first in the yard's IAG 127 series. An interior by Italian designer YD & AS has accommodation for 12 guests in six generous, well appointed staterooms. The master suite on the main deck is beautifully decorated with soft leather, glass panels, neutral fabrics and oak and wenge wood panelling. It includes an office, walk-in wardrobe, and sumptuous ensuite bathroom. The VIP stateroom is located on the sky lounge deck and there are a further four staterooms below deck

Previously named Primadonna, she has a spacious main saloon with with a comfortable relaxation area and formal dining for 12 on the main deck and a large sky lounge on the deck above. Each saloon is entered through automatic stainless steel sliding doors. Twin 1,800hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising range of 2,500 nautical miles at 10 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.

Lying in South Florida, No Bada Bees is asking $9,995,000.

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