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Superyacht Gotta Go - gone at Moran Yacht & Ship and HMY

News in overnight from Kevin Callahan at Moran Yacht & Ship that his central listing, the 44.2m motoryacht Gotta Go, sold yesterday afternoon with Dave Meyer at HMY Yacht Sales acting for the buyer.

A Seastar 145 model, she was built in 2003 by NQEA to a Don Shead design, with a Jack Phillips interior. This ABS classed superyacht can accommodate eight guests in one master and three double cabins. A further stateroom, which is normally used as a gym, can also be converted into a twin cabin to accommodate a further two guests. A maximum speed of 27 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots can be achieved via two 3700hp MTU diesel engines. The asking price of Gotta Go was $9.975 million.

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