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Superyacht Kelly Sea sold by Tom George and Little Harbor

Another Westport 112 sells as Tom George at the Tom George Yacht Group tells me that his central listing, the 31.1m motor yacht Kelly Sea has sold with Little Harbor Yacht Sales representing the buyer.

Tom says the yacht returned from the Caribbean last month and sold within 30 days of being back in Fort Lauderdale, with an offer made and accepted before the buyer had even seen her. Happily when he did step aboard it was a case of love at first sight and the deal closed four days later. Wryly, Tom goes on to observe that there was so much activity on Kelly Sea he could have sold her several times over.

Delivered by Westport in 2006, she's one of the most luxurious yachts in their 112 series. She was custom built for a seasoned yachtsman and received $800,000 worth of upgrades over the standard model, including a fully telescoping passerelle, ASEA power system, and full 50/60 Hrz power for cruising in the Mediterranean. Kelly Sea has been meticulously and professionally outfitted with no expense spared. Accommodation is for 8 guests in 4 cabins and she was asking $6.595 million.

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