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Three superyachts listed for sale at IYC Monaco

A call to Kevin Bonnie at International Yacht Collection in Monaco about his latest joint listing, the 35.3m motor yacht La Dea brings news that he's also signed the 35m Blind Date Too and 25m Happy Daze, both as central agencies for sale.

Built by Azimut in 2004, La Dea has had a number of significant upgrades under her current ownership. Recent improvements include new soft furnishings, a complete upgrade of the audio/visual and navigation systems and a superstructure repaint. Accommodation is for 11 guests in five cabins including a full beam master suite and convertible VIP cabin on the main deck. Twin 2000hp MTU engines offer a maximum speed of 22 knots and, commercially registered, this superyacht offers excellent charter potential. Located in Italy, La Dea is asking €5.5 million.

Blind Date Too was built by Benetti in 2003 as one of the yard's Classic 115 series to ABS class. MCA compliant, she sleeps 10 guests in a master suite, two double staterooms and two twin cabins and is asking €6.4 million.

Finally, there's Happy Daze, built by Moonen in 1998 and available with or without her berth in Antibes. Refitted in 2005, she accommodates six guests in three staterooms and twin MAN diesel engines give her a range of 2,200 nautical miles at 9 knots. Happy Daze is asking €1.9 million.

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