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Superyacht Lady Zelda sold by Northrop and Johnson and Fraser

Hearing that the sale of the 39.7m motor yacht Lady Zelda was closing, I call Andrew Cosgreave at Northrop and Johnson who confirms that he acted for the buyer of Neal Esterly's listing at Fraser Yachts in San Diego. Comments Andrew, "We now have a very happy seller and buyer who, by the way, is a very experienced charterer and we will see her back on the charter  market with a vengeance! Good to see people like this coming back into the market."

Lady Zelda was built by Christensen in 1993 to ABS class and her 2006 refit saw a new interior installed by Patty Walker.

The main saloon has ample seating with rich fabrics and overstuffed furnishings, creating the ambience of an elegant home and she sleeps 10 guests in a master, two double and two twin staterooms. This superyacht offers a formal dining room as well as alfresco dining on the main and upper aft decks. Lady Zelda was on the market asking $6.45 million.

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