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Y.CO sells superyacht Shooting Star with Bradford Marine and Yachtzoo

Y.CO sells superyacht Shooting Star with Bradford Marine and Yachtzoo

That's 29 sales so far in 2014 as a call to Bradford Marine brings news that their joint listing for sale with Yachzoo, the 38m motor yacht Shooting Star, is sold with Y.CO representing the buyer.

She was the winner of a 2012 World Superyacht Award for the most outstanding two deck open semi-displacement or planing motor yacht and is a high-performance motor yacht launched by Danish Yachts in March 2011, built to DNV class.

Designed by Espen Øino, Shooting Star was built in carbon fibre and is capable of speeds in excess of a blistering 45 knots powered by twin 4,613hp MTU engines driving waterjets. A light, airy interior by Art-Line provides accommodation for up to 10 guests. The accommodation comprises a master suite, double stateroom and two twins plus a convertible cabin and all have en suite bathroom facilities.

Shooting Star was asking €14.5 million.

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