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Superyacht Gotta Go sold by Moran and The Marine Group

Kevin Callahan at Moran Yacht & Ship tells me that, after only 10 weeks on the market, his central listing, the 43.28m motor yacht Gotta Go, has lived up to her name and gone. Lon McCloskey at The Marine Group introduced the buyer and comments, "This is the second time I've sold this boat. She's been good to me."

Gotta Go was built in composite by Christensen in 1995 and refitted in 2006. Bureau Veritas classed, this superyacht accommodates 10 guests in a main deck full beam master suite and four double staterooms below and has a cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of 3,000 nautical miles.

Other features include an on-board gymnasium and a Jacuzzi on the large top deck. The asking price was $6.95 million.

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