Friday, May 4th, 2018

Ocean Independence Hits Hatrick

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It is not often that a brokerage house can boat of completing 3 sales in 1 day, but

Ocean Independence is rightfully crowing about their superyacht sales hatrick.

Three brokers spread across three offices each successfully finalised their deals on Thursday 3rd May 2018.

This rare feat in the luxury yachting industry continues a winning streak that has seen Ocean Independence report a strong first quarter, with an impressive number of sales so far this year.

Ocean Independence are one of the fastest-growing companies in the luxury-yachting sector, it has the largest crewed charter fleet in the world and a team that combines more years of marine expertise than any other brokerage company globally.

First to complete was the 42 metre This is Us built by the now defunct Holland Jachtbouw in 2005.  With naval architecture and interior styling by Andre Hoek, she accommodates 8 guests.  The Ocean Independence Sussex office represented the Seller with William Collier of GL Watson introducing the Buyer.

Their Fort Lauderdale office brought in deal number two with Thom Conboy representing the buyer of the 46 metre Trinity Carpe Diem IIwhich dates back to  2002. Crispin Baynes and the team at Burgess Yachts represented the Seller.

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Completing the Patrick was the 31 metre Pokrov II– 30.7m / 100’72” – Heesen Jelena Vezia of Monaco office of Ocean Independence represented the Buyer, while Richard Higgins at Camper & Nicholsons represented the Seller.

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Founded in 2005, Ocean Independence now has approximately 100 employees, operating from 15 offices around the world, speaking 24 different languages

Nick Dean, Managing Partner of Ocean Independence says “We are proud and delighted to have completed 3 sales in just one day. This is an extraordinary achievement for Ocean Independence and is a testament to the tenacity of our outstanding team, who collectively continue to take the business from strength to strength.” 

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