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Pocket superyacht Anoatok sold by Merle Wood

On November 20th I reported that John Cohen at Merle Wood & Associates had signed the 26.21m motor yacht  Anoatok for sale and thought she wouldn't be on the market for long as the demand for classic Feadships remains strong. And now I learn that she's sold.

Originally launched by the Van Lent yard in 1964, Anoatok is a classic canoe-stern gentleman’s yacht and boasts an impeccable pedigree. She was originally owned by the Commodore of the New York Yacht Club and served as a committee boat for the America’s Cup. Still retaining many original features, this superyacht accommodates eight guests in a master, double and two twin staterooms. She was asking $495,000.

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