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IYC and Merle Wood sell superyacht Nice N' Easy

Here's the first sale from the recent Fort Lauderdale Boat Show as John Cohen at Merle Wood & Associates tells me that his joint listing with Mark Elliott at International Yacht Collection, the 47.85m motor yacht Nice N' Easy, was sold to a walk-on buyer at the show by David Nichols of IYC, with sea trials and surveys completed in record time.

Built by Christensen to ABS class she is also MCA compliant and this superyacht accommodates up to 14 guests in a master, VIP, two double and two twin cabins plus two Pullman berths in an interior designed by Carol Williamson.

Nice N' Easy has a comfortable secluded area for everyone aboard. Aside from the obvious spa getaway or just retiring to the first class accommodation to read a book or watch a movie, there are many areas to escape and relax. Twin 1800hp MTU engines give Nice N' Easy a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,300 nautical miles at 11 knots. Now renamed Top Five, she was asking $24.9 million and, says David Nichols, was sold to a US client.

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