Fraser Hong Kong sells Sanlorenzo SL106 Bella Italia
Fraser sells special-edition 106-footer and signs CAs for 151ft Sanlorenzo and 92ft Sunseeker.
Fraser Hong Kong, represented by Asiamarine, has announced the in-house sale of the Sanlorenzo SL106 Bella Italia along with the signing of two Central Agency (CA) listings – a Sanlorenzo 46Steel Forwin and a Sunseeker 90 Yacht Mogul.
Built in 2015, the 32.3m Bella Italia is a special edition model featuring a spa, sauna and massage room, a large main-deck dining room for 12, and an impressive flybridge with dining for 12, a jacuzzi and a full wet-bar.
Fraser Asia announced it took less than a month to sell Bella Italia after signing the brokerage agreement with the seller.
Adam Blackmore of Fraser Hong Kong represented both the buyer and seller, with the latter introduced by Fraser’s Monaco office. Blackmore also sold the 44m Royal Denship Odyssey earlier this year.
In recent months, Fraser has also been appointed the CA for the sale of the 151ft Sanlorenzo 46Steel Forwin, which was built in 2013, refit in 2016 and completed her five-year survey last year.
The global brokerage house has described the yacht as a rare brokerage offering in Asia with good charter potential, and ‘immaculately maintained’ by her professional crew.
Forwin has two master suites comprising one on the bridge deck with a private deck terrace and one on the main deck, plus a further four guest cabins, so can accommodate up to 12 guests.
Fraser’s Asia operation is also the CA for the Sunseeker 90 Mogul launched in 2008, which features interior dining for up to 10 guests, a large flybridge, foredeck lounging area and four guest cabins, making her suitable for charter.
The original article first appeared in Yacht Style Issue 54 (Charter Issue 2020) – see below:
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