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Superyacht Let It Be sold by Burgess and Fraser Yachts

More good news on the sales front, as Dennis Frederiksen at Fraser Yachts contacts me this morning to say that his central listing, the 47.7m motor yacht Let It Be was sold yesterday, with Burgess acting for the buyer.

Let It Be is a Lloyd's Register + MCA class Heesen 4700 yacht, built in 2007 to a design by Omega Design. This superyacht can accommodate 12 guests in one master, one VIP, three doubles and one twin cabin. Two 1555hp MTU diesel engines offer a top speed of 15.5 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles traveling at 12 knots. Let It Be was asking €24.75 million.

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