Sold!
69,900,000€
Amels | 67 m | 2007
7% reduction
October 30, 2015
Price reduction on Polly
12,900,000$
| 0 m |
Sold!
October 30, 2015
Red Dragon sold!
17,950,000€
Alloy Yachts | 52 m | 2008
Sold!
4,550,000$
Marlow - Norsemen | 29.57 m | 2011
New to market
October 27, 2015
Burkut listed for sale
21,000,000€
Baglietto | 53.9 m | 2009
10% reduction
October 27, 2015
Price reduction on More
8,000,000€
Benetti | 45 m | 2003
5% reduction
21,005,000$
Richmond Yachts | 46 m | 2013
New to market
October 26, 2015
Papillon listed for sale
1,995,000€
Overmarine | 28.25 m | 2006
New to market
October 21, 2015
Redemption listed for sale
8,450,000$
Westport | 39.62 m | 2004
New to market
October 20, 2015
Jumbo listed for sale
1,490,000€
Moonen | 25.7 m | 1991
6% reduction
October 19, 2015
Price reduction on Oomka
2,795,000£
Sunseeker | 27 m | 2011
8% reduction
October 19, 2015
Price reduction on Vanquish
5,350,000€
Palmer Johnson | 36.58 m | 2006
15% reduction
October 19, 2015
Price reduction on Balaju
10,900,000$
Intermarine | 44.5 m | 2002
14% reduction
October 16, 2015
Price reduction on Charisma
11,900,000$
Feadship | 45 m | 1985
33% reduction
9,400,000€
Heesen | 46 m | 2003
10% reduction
October 14, 2015
Price reduction on Ghost
6,808,500€
Damen | 35.8 m | 2012
9% reduction
October 14, 2015
Price reduction on Transit
9,025,200€
Damen | 51.25 m | 2010
Sold!
October 13, 2015
Puritan sold
5,000,000€
Elco | 37 m | 1931
6% reduction
October 13, 2015
Price reduction on Blue Ice
15,900,000€
Palmer Johnson | 45.72 m | 2009
Sold!
October 12, 2015
Platypus sold
995,000$
Tarrab | 32 m | 2000
5% reduction
1,895,000$
Jongert | 26.21 m | 1986
10% reduction
1,495,000€
CNB | 29 m | 1989
Sold!
October 6, 2015
Branzino sold
3,800,000€
Feadship | 43.2 m | 1981
5% reduction
October 6, 2015
Price reduction on C9
32,900,000€
CMN | 60 m | 2009

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Heesen shipyard showcases new 50m project Triton
Heesen Yachts showcases its brand new 50-metre superyacht project Triton. Triton consolidates the Heesen’s shipyard yacht concept – “to make the journey be as enjoyable as the destination”.Working closely with Heesen, Clifford Denn has imagined a sophisticated exterior design, taking elements of inspiration from classic automotive design. A 68-square-metre sun deck with Jacuzzi, alfresco dining area and sun loungers promise the best of the yachting lifestyle. For entertaining, guests are welcomed to the 78-square-metre aft deck, an area complemented by the part-enclosed sky lounge. Relocating two tenders to the bow cleverly creates space for a generous beach club, featuring the stunning bar, a sauna, comfortable seating area and a vast swim platform.The interior of the studio selected a warm, neutral palette which is tastefully punctuated with bespoke works of art and furnishings. Fendi tables sit alongside unique resin wall panels crafted by Officina Coppola, whilst acrylic glass panels with metallic accents draw the eye.The sky lounge on the 105-square-metre deck aft has large panoramic windows, the custom-made illuminated bar, soft lighting, contrasted dark door frames and leather wall panelling.The Owner’s stateroom on the main deck has a private study that leads to the full-beam bedroom, while expansive windows flood the area with natural light.The four lower deck guest suites have taupe and dark Carvalho furniture complement the warm colour scheme of the yacht.This 50-metre steel-hulled, displacement yacht is built upon Heesen’s proven technical platform, she delivers the largest possible volume while still remaining under the 500GT threshold. Two MTU 8V4000 M63 engines provide a top speed of 15 knots. The yacht boasts a range of 3,800 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 13 knots.
Cooperation agreement of German naval shipbuilding and Lürssen
Lürssen is establishing long-term cooperation in naval shipbuilding with German Naval Yards Kiel. The existing military and naval surface shipbuilding activities are to be contributed to a joint company and led by Bremen-based Lürssen Group. From the first stages the German Government, represented by their Maritime Coordinator, Norbert Brackmann, MdB, was involved in the process for accompanist on and supporting the process substantially with his expertise.The goal of the combination is to improve the structure of the German shipbuilding industry and to bolster its efficiency and sustainability. In addition to the construction of highly innovative and technologically advanced naval vessels, this also includes the functional integrity of such vessels over the entire life cycle. According to Iskandar Safa, CEO of Privinvest Holding SAL, the ultimate parent company of German Naval Yards Kiel GmbH: “The consolidation in Germany is long overdue. Germany has first-class naval yards and excellent technologies. However, our customers require partners with sufficient scale and capabilities to fulfil large-scale orders of strategic importance. Our customers can be better served if domestic players join forces. We have made an important step in the right direction today. We look forward to working with our partner Lürssen."Friedrich Lürßen, a shareholder of the Lürssen Group adds "We are convinced that the consolidation of our naval shipyards has significant strategic merit and will strengthen their competitiveness in the future. We are pursuing this step with the objective to provide a more comprehensive and efficient offering for the supply and maintenance of high-quality naval units to the national customer. We stand ready for this with our team of motivated and highly qualified employees. With this strategic project, we also want to actively contribute to mitigating the effects of the current corona pandemic and to safeguard the national industry’s jobs and technological capabilities in the long-term. We look forward to working with our new partner and are confident to take the required next steps to successfully implement our consolidation strategy.”
Project Ragnar by Icon Yachts has begun sea trials
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