Superyacht Sales Agent Sells Two in One Week

Press Release
Monday, December 17, 2012
'Bear Market': Photo credit IYC

IYC-Monaco’s Kevin Bonnie sells superyachts 'Anna J', 120’ Palmer Johnson, & 'Bear Market' 92’ Mangusta.

Bonnie was both buying and selling agent for Bear Market and the successful selling negotiator for Anna J (Edmiston represented the buyer).

Anna J, 120’ (36.6m) Palmer Johnson
Is a raised pilothouse superyacht—runs fast on a seaworthy Ray Hunt hull, the basis of the popular Palmer Johnson express, designed by Nuvolari & Lenard. In fact, at the time of her build, ANNA J was the original yacht in the series and notably built for Palmer Johnson’s owner at the time.

Her V-shaped hull gives her a great cruise speed of 26 knots with 30 knots maximum. After a complete interior rebuild in 2010 and massive technical refit in 2011 including zero speed stabilizers, by all accounts, Anna J is virtually a new yacht.

Bear Market, 92’
With new exterior soft furnishings and new sun beds on her roof in 2011 and a refit in 2009, Bear Market is a great example of a maintaining a yacht well and keeping her equipped with the most modern technologies.

This superyacht sleeps nine in four cabins including a master stateroom, VIP stateroom, a double and a twin cabin with a Pullman bed, all ensuite. Bear Market features ample sunbathing with a sun pad on the aft deck, forward and on the roof. Her aft sun pad can be turned into an exterior dining area for eight guests.
 


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