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Auction for superyacht ‘Equanimity’ now closed

Auction for superyacht ‘Equanimity’ now closed

The auction for the seized superyacht Equanimity has now formally closed after a month of highly secretive bidding. It is expected that the sealed envelopes containing the bids will be opened tomorrow (29th October) by the Judicial Commissioner in Malaysia.

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Malaysian Admiralty Court requires $1 Million deposit to bid for superyacht ‘Equanimity’

Malaysian Admiralty Court requires $1 Million deposit to bid for superyacht ‘Equanimity’

Photo Courtesy of Burgess Yachts The bidding process for the impounded yacht Equanimity will begin on Monday 29th October in Malaysia and require a deposit of 1 million-dollars. Lawyers representing the government fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) met with Judicial

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The life and times of ‘Equanimity’

The life and times of ‘Equanimity’

Each superyacht’s story should be full of romance and adventure on the High Seas but for Equanimity her journey so far feels something more akin to a Greek tragedy. Built in 2014 by OceanCo, the 91 metre, 2,998 GT, Equanimity can take up to

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UPDATE: 1MDB lawyer on legal issues with sale of Equanimity

UPDATE: 1MDB lawyer on legal issues with sale of Equanimity

It is not every day that superyachts are sold in execution, but that of the confiscated yacht  Equanimity set to be completed in Malaysia in November or December is expected to be completed smoothly through a sealed-bid auction. The only

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Malaysian court approves Burgess as ‘Equanimity’ superyacht selling agent

Malaysian court approves Burgess as ‘Equanimity’ superyacht selling agent

Brokerage Burgess Yachts has been approved by a Malaysian court as the selling agent for the seized superyacht Equanimity. The superyacht was seized by the Indonesian government in February under a request from the US authorities. Equanimity is at the

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M/Y Equanimity to be returned to owner

M/Y Equanimity to be returned to owner

Malaysian financier Jho Low’s 92-meter superyacht will be returned to its owner after an Indonesian court ruled that the U.S Department of Justice’s seizure in February was deemed illegal. Indonesia’s South Jakarta State Court claimed that the yacht was not

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