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Northrop & Johnson sells explorer yacht Sarsen with Compass International

Heikki Luoma at Compass International tells me that his listing for sale, the 69m explorer yacht Sarsen, is sold with Simon Turner at Northrop & Johnson acting for the buyer.

Delivered in 1970, Sarsen was built as a North Atlantic survey vessel, purpose-built for Polar exploration.

She was converted into a charter vessel in 2006. The stern was altered to incorporate a landing platform, a small swimming pool and large outdoor dining area with barbecue facilities. The research laboratories became an elegant dining room with a surround-sound music system. The upper deck was transformed into a luxurious TV room with large screen plasma and surround-sound.

Six fully air-conditioned guest suites accommodate 12 guests. The master stateroom features a large en suite bathroom, queen sized bed and owner’s lounge with leather sofas. The guest cabins with en suite bathrooms feature comfortable double beds with innerspring mattresses and wi-fi access points and phones.

Sarsen was asking $7 million.

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