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Northrop & Johnson sells sailing yacht Titan XIV

More great news as Kevin Merrigan at Northrop & Johnson tells me he's sold the 35.05m sailing yacht Titan XIV with Patrick Danaher in the Newport office.

Designed by Laurent Giles and built by Valdettaro Shipyards in 1994, the steel-hulled Titan XIV is one of the largest, most comfortable cruising yachts in her class. She has an opulent European-style interior designed by Studio Garroni which accommodates 10 guests in a master and four twin cabins, and has crew quarters for six.

Under power, with a 425hp MTU 12-cylinder diesel engine, Titan XIV has a cruising speed of 10 knots, topping 12 knots at maximum.

Titan XIV was asking $2,490,000.

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