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Northrop & Johnson sells superyacht Seaquell

Hearing that the 32.92m sailing yacht SeaQuell has been sold, I call her central agent, Hank Halsted at Northrop & Johnson, who tells me the deal was completed as long ago as late May 2011 with no other brokers involved.

Designed by Dubois Naval Architects and built by Alloy Yachts in 1992, this superyacht's Trish McKay interior accommodates six guests in a master, double and twin cabin. On the flybridge guests can relax on the sun pads or enjoy dining alfresco under the shade of the cockpit with another table able to accommodate eight guests.

One of the most exceptional features of SeaQuell is a Jacuzzi located on the aft deck, one of only a few sailing yachts with this special feature. She was refitted in 2005.

SeaQuell was asking $3.9 million.

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