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Fraser and Merle Wood sell superyacht Sea Bowld

Stuart Larsen at Fraser Yachts tells me that he and John Cohen at Merle Wood & Associates worked together to sell their joint listing, the 53.04m motor yacht Sea Bowld.

Delivered in 2004 by the Oceanfast yard, Sea Bowld was designed by Sam Sorgiovanni for an experienced yachtsman as a practical but low maintenance yacht to operate in high seas at high speeds, and to go anywhere, anytime, yet with long range at slower speeds.

Her classification from Germanischer Lloyd's is the highest possible for a high-speed superyacht, and she has proven her seagoing ability with a trans-Pacific passage, Caribbean and East Coast US cruising. MCA compliant, Sea Bowld can accommodate 10 guests in five staterooms, including a private owners' deck.

Sea Bowld was asking $8,995,000.

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