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US$90,000,000
Italy
QPS Marine Ships
RO/PAX CRUISE FERRY – FOR SALE OR CHARTER SHIPS SPECIFICATIONS – STOCK NO.: S2470   Normal Passenger Capacity: 3000 Maximum Passenger Capacity: 3000 Passenger Beds: 2148 Passenger
  Availability:  Sale or Charter, 1st Half 2016 Builder:   Launched:   In service: 1992–present Status: RoRo CruiseFerry Gene
  Vessel Flag Greece Port of registry Chania Boatyard Stocznia in. Komuny Paryskiej, Gdynia Keel November 5, 1983 Launch October 28, 1984 Sh
Career              Port of registry: 1981—1983: Visby,  Sweden 1983—2008: Larvik,  Norway 2
US$53,000,000
United States
Burgess
Combining the unique talents of Pieter Beeldsnijder with Dykstra Naval Architects, 90m yacht ATHENA is a classic schooner for modern times. She is one of the largest sailing yachts ever delivered, and
US$45,000,000
Charleston, SC, United States
Merle Wood & Associates
Refit in 2011   *NOT FOR SALE OR CHARTER TO US RESIDENTS WHILE IN US WATERS
FLAG: KOREA CLASS: KR BUILT: 1996, INCAT, AUSTRALIA LOA/L/B: 81.29 / 80.6 / 26.46 M GRT: 4,113 T DWT: 240 T DRAFT: 3.145 M AIR DRAFT: 18.13M M/E: RUSTON 5500KW X 4 SETS A/E: CATERPILLAR 165KW X 4 SETS
US$60,533,550
Italy
Aqua Marine
The new Aston 66 by Rossinavi, the highest perfection boat !! The hull and the superstructure are already done, there is only 24 month  of contruction to finish this beautiful  66 M
US$40,881,599
Istanbul, Turkey
Ocean Independence
Built in steel by RMK Marine, with construction already underway, this Hot Lab designed all steel Explorer is scheduled for delivery in 2019 A striking interior accommodates twelve guests in six state
US$40,881,599
Istanbul, Turkey
Northrop and Johnson
Built in steel by RMK Marine and  designed by HOT LAB  Design, she can be delivered in 2019. A striking interior accommodates twelve guests in six staterooms all with en-suite bathro
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