IYC’s John F. Dane Sells Marlena

Marinelink.com
Thursday, September 19, 2013

IYC is pleased to announce that John F. Dane has acted for the buyer in the sale of MARLENA, the 95’ (28.96m) Jim Smith Tournament Sportfish. Steve Moynihan of HMY Yacht Sales acted for the seller.

 

  • Marlena, 95’ (28.96m) Jim Smith, 2011
  • Asking Price: $7,950,000
  • Marlena is truly a one of kind yacht, built for tournament sportfishing. Accenting her complete readiness for anglers—including an ample cockpit—Marlena offers a beautifully decorated five stateroom, five head layout, a luxurious salon, dining area, and galley on her main deck, and a day head accessed from her mezzanine seating area. Access is provided from the salon and the mezzanine level to the enclosed flybridge upper lounge area. Marlena’s skybridge is features tournament controls, spacious seating, and great views. She runs at a maximum nearly 42 knots on two MTU 16v2000 engines.
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