New to market
February 13, 2015
Vicem 107 listed for sale
6,650,000$
Vicem | 33 m | 2013
New to market
29,700,000$
Codecasa | 51 m | 2008
New to market
February 13, 2015
Happy Day on the market again
7,995,000$
Overmarine | 40 m | 2007
Agency change
February 12, 2015
Namoh central agency change
8,495,000$
Cheoy Lee | 38 m | 2003
6% reduction
14,900,000$
Christensen | 44 m | 2002
New to market
37,000,000€
Amels | 55 m | 2012
New to market
February 11, 2015
Maratanix X listed for sale
14,000,000$
Sensation Yachts | 45 m | 2006
New to market
6,150,000$
Danish Yachts | 35 m | 2006
40% reduction
February 4, 2015
Price reduction SS Delphine
19,750,000€
Great Lakes Engineering | 78.3 m | 1921
25% reduction
19,950,000$
Hakvoort | 46 m | 2004
15% reduction
January 30, 2015
Price reduction on Mustique
23,000,000$
Trinity Yachts | 55 m | 2005
23% reduction
7,295,000$
Delta Marine | 38 m | 1998
40% reduction
2,900,000$
Feadship | 38 m | 1973
25% reduction
January 21, 2015
Price reduction on Aria
2,200,000€
C-Boat | 27.3 m | 2009
Sold!
January 8, 2015
Cheers 46 sold
6,900,000$
Azimut | 35.36 m | 2011
New to market
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Danae listed for sale
2,200,000€
Cammenga/Viudes | 31.68 m | 1990
Southern Wind | 24 m | 2005
Benetti | 51.8 m | 2004
Rodriquez Yachts | 41 m | 2009
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IYC sells superyacht Rebel
Trinity Yachts | 48 m | 2005
Bloemsma Van Breemen | 44 m | 2013
Troy Marine | 25.91 m | 2002
Azimut | 32 m | 2010
Nylen | 46 m | 1984

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42m Istros Listed for Sale
The team at Cecil Wright & Partners has become the Central Agent for the sale of the 42.10m Istros. This classic yacht built in 1954 for the Pappadakis family and relaunched in 2020 by Feadship is essentially a brand-new yacht. Feadship built a new aluminum superstructure, making it a complete replica of the original. All of her systems have been changed and upgraded with the most modern technologies available, including the engines. The original engines weighed 38 tonnes, 15% of the total displacement: replacing them with sustainable power sources meant adapting the superstructure and adding lead ballast. The new Istros is lighter than she was in 1954 and even more stable.Istros interior was made in Scandinavian style by Van Geest Design. More guest cabins were added and they have been enlarged. It also included a redesign of the main salon and galley.She won The World Superyacht Awards 2021 for Best Refit and is also a member of the highly cherished Feadship Heritage Fleet.Entering the charter market for the first time this year, she was unbelievably successful and a string of repeat charter is already on the cards for next year should a future custodian wish to keep her commercial.Shortly she will head back to Feadship for her final warranty work meaning that come the Spring of 2022, she will be a truly turn-key yacht and ready for the next phase of her life under a new owner.Istros' asking price is EUR 19,950,000.Feadship was formed as a group in 1949 as a marketing partnership between six Dutch shipyards, de Vries Lentch, Van de Stadt, Witsen & Vis, Akerboom, De Vries Scheepsbouw and Van Lent Shipyard, and De Voogt Naval Architects. Feadship is well-known as one of Netherlands’ most elite yacht builders and delivers superyachts from 50–100+ meters in length.Credits: Feadship
New 36m Chase Boat Phi Phantom Delivered by Alia Yachts
Alia Yachts has shared the first official photographs of the new 36m chase boat Phi Phantom, the vessel will follow its 58.5m mothership Phi around the globe carrying an array of toys and tenders. The yacht was built by the Turkish yard in aluminium and painted to match the mothership without a lick of filler. “The exterior styling of Phi Phantom has everything to do with her mothership Phi and at the same time she is really and literally a shadow of the longer beauty queen,” says exterior designer Cor D. Rover. “So, we simply looked at the design DNA that we gave mothership Phi, which consisted of a set of organically curved sheerlines, contrasting black and blue surfaces, and sharp edged and curved wing stations. As much as we were able to, given the constraints, we applied this DNA to Phi Phantom. Alia did a fantastic job in sculpting our ideas in aluminium without the forgiving help of filler material!”Phi Phantom has the same striking Stars & Stripes Blue paint, the swooping sheer, and similar stainless-steel grilles at the bow and on the superstructure, and the same dark glass panels. With a patented Fast Displacement XL® hull from Van Oossanen and twin Cat C-32 engines, Phi Phantom also boasts impressive performance. At her economical 11 knots cruising speed, she can manage an impressive range of over 6,000 nautical miles, but at full revs, she can reach 21 knots to match the slim, easily-driven hull of the mothership.“The extra length directly translates to extra deck space, which is the main purpose of a chase yacht and will add versatility, high fuel-efficiency and comfort. Because of this, Phi Phantom can easily be considered equal to chase yachts of much higher length and tonnage,” says Perry van Oossanen of Van Oossanen Naval Architects. Engineered to the nth degree to offer redundancy for every system, this is a boat that is designed to venture far off the beaten track and rely on its own resources. Key in its armoury of equipment is a very capable 9 m HS Marine crane for launching and retrieving the tenders and toys stored on the 150 sq. m open aft deck. Phi Phantom is designed to carry a 12.3 Spirit tender, 11m Axopar, jet skis, bikes and even a car. She will also be capable of bunkering fuel to extend the mothership’s range, and houses extra laundry facilities to boost capacity when there are lots of guests aboard. She can accommodate the three permanent crew across three cabins on board, and offer a slightly larger cabin with a desk to a guest or visitor, such as a guide. The interior is rounded off by a fine galley and a big crew mess. “We are so proud to see PHI Phantom floating.” said Gökhan Çelik, President of Alia Yachts. “The very engaged owner has worked with us every step of the way, giving us the support we needed to complete some very specific requests, including that requirement to use no filler on the hull. We wish Phi Phantom, her mothership and those who sail in them all the joys of the high seas.”Alia Yachts was founded in 2008 by Gokhan Çelik and Omer Koray. Located in the port of Antalya on the beautiful Turkish Riviera, Alia Yachts shipyard currently occupies approximately 8,000 m2, including three construction halls with their suites of specialist workshops and a dedicated interiors facility. With an additional 16,000 square meters under development for 2019, Alia Yachts will rank among the top facilities in the region.Credits: Alia Yachts/Charl van Rooy (RedCharlie Media)
Lürssen’s 115m Ahpo Starts Her Maiden Voyage
The 115.1-meter Ahpo (previously known as project Enzo) on 24 November 2021 left the Lürssen shipyard and embarked on her maiden voyage. The megayacht was launched by Lürssen in June. In September this bespoke yacht started her sea trials. She has been built for a repeat client who previously owned 86m Lürssen and required top-notch design and engineering as well as seagoing comfort for his family. For the exterior and interior design, he once again chose design office Nuvolari Lenard. Moran Yacht & Ship managed and supervised the project, bringing with them their wide spectrum of experience and consolidated knowledge.“The owner’s brief was demanding. However, we believe our engineering expertise has surpassed his wishes to own a yacht that many years from now will be timeless and yet still ahead of its time. Our thanks, of course, go to the good design and communications with the Designers Nuvolari Lenard and to Moran Yacht & Ship, who oversaw the build on behalf of the owner, as well as the Lürssen project team,” says Peter Lürssen.Ahpo is equipped with state-of-the art technology and engineering systems. For instance, a heat recovery system in the generators heats the water for the pool, leading to reduced electrical power and emissions, while dynamic positioning enables electronic anchoring in sensitive and remote areas, protecting the seabed and allowing for safe mooring regardless of water depth.Lürssen is a German shipyard with headquarters in Bremen-Vegesack and shipbuilding facilities in Lemwerder, Berne and Bremen-Aumund. Founded in 1875, Lürssen is one of the world's leading builders of custom luxury superyachts and has launched many of the largest yachts in the global fleet.Credits: Lürssen
Silent-Yachts Built a Boat With a Kite Sail System
Silent-Yachts will be the first boat builder to date to design and build boats for the use of a kite sail system. The new Silent 60 solar powered catamaran carries 42 solar panels for 17 kWp of solar energy to power two electric motors of up to 2x340kw. Backed up by a battery capacity of up to 286 kWh, the yacht can cruise efficiently with zero emissions solely on solar power for up to 100 nautical miles a day for weeks. To further improve its green credentials and range, for longer crossings the first Silent 60 is also fitted with a compact 9 or 13 sq. m kite wing. The kite wing is optionally available on all Silent models.After inflating the kite, it is released overboard to drift away on the surface of the water. Pulling on the lines it launches into the air and once it reaches the optimal flight height, it begins to trace a figure “8” in the sky and generates power to pull the yacht.If you want to stop kiting, the automated app controls move the kite to a position right above the boat where it has the least pull on the line. From here it can be winched down electrically and collapsed over the foredeck ready for stowage.“The main advantages of a kite over a conventional sail system are that it does not throw shade on the solar panels, does not need a tall mast, and generates up to 10 times more power per square metre than a traditional sail. In addition to that it saves about 1,5 tons of weight compared to conventional rigg and costs much less,” says Michael Köhler, Silent-Yachts founder and CEO.The first Silent 60 has four guest cabins on the lower deck, including a spacious master suite, but other layout solutions are available. There are numerous social areas on board, including an airy main salon, an aft cockpit, a cosy bow area and a flybridge. The yacht also has high headroom throughout (up to 2.32m in the main salon).Thanks to a draft of under 1m the yacht can access shallow bays, a crucial consideration for cruising grounds in the Caribbean and South East Asia. Two swimming platforms in the stern can be extended on owner’s request to carry a pair of electric jet skis. The lifting hydraulic platform between the two platforms can carry a 4 m tender.The Silent 60 is designed to go everywhere as a true bluewater cruising yacht. The solar-electric system is configured to power all the on-board systems without the need of fossil fuels for a generator. Featuring a new, high-performance hull form with a longer waterline and reverse bow, the yacht has a cruising speed of 6-8 knots, but can reach 20 knots if needed.Silent-Yachts is producing the world’s first fully solar-sustainable oceangoing production catamaran yachts. They are powered exclusively by solar energy and capable of cruising up to 100 miles per day. In 2009, founders Heike and Michael Köhler, who have spent 6,000 days cruising more than 75,000 miles all around the world, launched the Solarwave 46, the first fully self-sufficient blue-water catamaran after years of testing solar-powered propulsion, and they have been building boats ever since. Credits: Silent-Yachts
Ferretti Yachts 860: The Evolution of the Flybridge Concept
Ferretti Yachts presents Ferretti Yachts 860. The flybridge yacht created by the Cattolica-based shipyard is the result of collaboration between the Product Strategy Committee led by Mr. Piero Ferrari and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, Ferretti Yachts 860 is the third yacht developed by architect Filippo Salvetti (exterior design) and Ideaitalia (interiors). She has an eye-catching design that stands out for comfort, a strong focus on well-being, outstanding performance, optimisation of space, and multiple opportunities to customise the settings, all with the elegance of Made in Italy style.The yacht’s exteriors feature a number of innovations, including the introduction of floor-to-ceiling windows and glass fashion plates, which punctuate the sleek, powerful silhouette and characterise her contours; the windows in the hull and superstructure that share the same family feeling as the brand’s latest models.The interior design stand-out features are the helical staircase on the main deck, which leads down to the lower deck and around which the entire layout develops, the freestanding furniture, and the clean geometrical curves inspired by Art Deco, creating a perfect synthesis of sophisticated yet understated design. It features the “Just Like Home” concept: comfort, Italianness, timeless design and craftsmanship. Ferretti Yachts 860 will be available in Classic and Contemporary moods: the first featuring darker, warmer colours and striking contrasts, the second with paler, cooler colours, characterised by tone-on-tone shades through to total white.The layout of the lower deck provides four cabins: the master cabin midships, the VIP cabin forward, and two doubles: one with a double bed, one with twin beds, and both with ensuite bathrooms.Ferretti Yachts 860 offers maximum continuity between indoor and outdoor settings. The cockpit is a spacious area with a glass parapet at the stern, furnished with two facing sofas and a large central table. The beach area can be entered from either side of the yacht and provides access to the garage, which can contain two water toys, a 3.95 m tender and a two-seater jet ski, representing a valuable plus point in this segment of the market.The flybridge might be configuring the freestanding furniture alongside a big multi-function bar unit, the dinette area seating eight, and an optional hot-tub on the aft deck. Absolute comfort is guaranteed by a hard top available in three different configurations: fixed glass, opening glass, or with shading blades.The foredeck features a space that can be converted from a dining area into a spacious sun pad. Ferretti Yachts 860 will be equipped with twin MAN V12 engines rated 2,000 mph, giving her a cruising speed of 27 knots and a top speed of 32 knots (preliminary data). Also available is a version with two MAN V12 engines rated 1,800 mhp, for a cruising speed of 24 knots and a top speed of 28 knots (preliminary data). The Ferretti Group, led by Chief Executive Officer Alberto Galassi, is now one of the world’s leaders in the construction and sale of luxury yachts and pleasure vessels, with a unique portfolio of brands: Ferretti Yachts, Riva, Pershing, Itama, Mochi Craft, CRN, Custom Line and Wally.Credits: Ferretti Group

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