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Record-breaking sailing yacht Rambler 90 sold

The 27.43 metre record-breaking sailing yacht Rambler 90 has been sold, with Nicolle Associates representing the buyer and  Berthon International acting for the seller. 

Built in carbon composite by Australian yard McConaghy to a design by Reichel/Pugh, Rambler 90 was delivered in 2002 and has had a stellar record on the globes's yacht racing circuits.

She earned her racing spurs by winning the Block Island Race in 2007 and in the following year won the Buenos Aires to Rio race, the Rolex Maxi Worlds and the Voiles de Saint Tropez. In 2009 she triumphed at the Cape Town to Bahia race and captured the Northern Ocean Racing Trophy while in 2010 she won the Voiles de St. Barths competition. 

In 2011 Rambler 90 won the Caribbean 60 record and went on to win at the New York Yacht Race Week. 2013 saw her win the Block Island Race again and she also won first place at the Annapolois to Newport event.

Rambler 90 was asking $1.5 million.

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