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Top 10 superyachts sold in 2010

2010 proved to be a notable year for the sale of brokerage yachts as a number of buyers of the larger, more expensive yachts returned to the market. Indeed, the smallest superyacht on our list of the Top 10 sales for the year was the 66m Oceanco Ona, sold in June, while the largest was the 90m Lauren L from Cassens Werft. Interestingly, no particular yard dominates the list, which shows a healthy spread among the world's builders.

Lauren L

90.00m

Cassens Werft / 2002

€ 65,000,000

Alysia

85.30m

Neorion / 2005

€ 85,000,000

renamed Moonlight II

Madsummer

78.40m

Lürssen / 2008

€ 135,000,000

renamed TV, now available for charter

Phocea

73.12m

D.C.A.N. / 1976

€ 9,900,000

available for charter

NB 54

72.60m

Proteksan-Turquoise / 2011

withheld

under construction

Clarena II

72.00m

CRN / 2009

€ 58,000,000

renamed Azteca

Utopia DV

71.60m

Feadship / 2004

€ 52,500,000

renamed Utopia

Nomad

69.49m

Oceanfast / 2002

$ 61,500,000

Tia Moana

69.00m

Austal / 2003

€ 20,000,000

Ona

66.00m

Oceanco / 2005

€ 59,900,000

renamed Natita

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