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CNI to host Open Day aboard superyachts Sedation and Flying Eagle

I don't quite know how he's going to accomplish this, but Michael Payne at Camper & Nicholsons International will be your host for an Open Day aboard his joint central listing, with John Cohen at Merle Wood & Associates, the 43.65m motor yacht Sedation. The date is Friday, June 18th between 2pm and 7pm and the location is Jetee Nord, Port Hercule in Monaco. On the same day and at the same times Michael's holding an Open Day aboard his central listing, the 48m motor yacht Flying Eagle, this time located at Jetee Luciana, Port Hercule.

Sedation is a stunning state-of-the-art, contemporary superyacht, from the world-acclaimed Heesen yard. Commissioned in 1997, she is in excellent condition and was recently refitted with a luxury new interior and exterior. Formerly known as New Century, this superyacht accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms and is asking €11.75 million.

Flying Eagle was built by Holland’s Bloemsma Van Breemen yard in 2005 to Lloyds class. MCA compliant, she accommodates 10 guests in five cabins.

An exceptional yacht built in steel and aluminium, Flying Eagle is the finest yacht available on the market in her class. Her gross tonnage of 625 Tons gives huge internal volume comparable to a yacht of over 50m. The hull was painted in 2008 and the superstructure from main deck to mast in 2010. Her Lloyds 5 year class survey was completed in 2010.

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