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Built By Oceanco Hardcover Book 2015 - Megayachts Aquijo, Ifinity, Equanimity ++ on 2040-parts.com

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IN EXCELLENT AS NEW CONDITION - MUCH BETTER THAN PHOTOS SHOW - PLEASE SEE PHOTO'S
Brand:OCEANCO Manufacturer Part Number:Hardcover Book

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BUILT BY OCEANCO HARDCOVER BOOK - DATED: 2015

THE OCEANCO LINE UP - EXCELLENT PHOTOS AND SPEC'S ON 27 OCEANCO BUILT YACHTS

8-1/2" x 12"  ~ 90 PAGES

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