Back to market
6,950,000$
CRN | 37 m | 1978
New to market
April 14, 2015
Octopussy listed for sale
11,950,000$
Heesen | 44 m | 1988
5% percent
3,995,000$
Palmer Johnson | 44.2 m | 1994
New to market
April 13, 2015
Reve D'Or listed for sale
19,750,000€
Sanlorenzo | 46 m | 2011
Agency change
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Agency change on 4you
19.500.000€
Heesen | 47 m | 2009
New to market
23,000,000€
Krupp | 71.1 m | 1929
13% reduction
4,750,000€
Carbon Ocean Yachts | 25 m | 2010
21% reduction
11,800,000€
Sanlorenzo | 40 m | 2011
9% reduction
7,200,000€
Arcadia | 35 m | 2012
50% reduction
2,990,000$
Eurocraft | 31 m | 1990
Sold!
2,750,000€
Ferretti | 26 m | 2008
20% reduction
19,500,000€
Alloy Yachts | 52 m | 2008
New to market
5,925,000$
Trinity Yachts | 36 m | 1999
12% reduction
6,850,000$
Trinity Yachts | 38 m | 2001
New to market
4,500,000$
Lloyds | 37 m | 1991
9% reduction
9,950,000$
JFA | 37 m | 2003
New to market
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Antares listed for sale
12,450,000$
Westport | 40 m | 2008
New to market
27,900,000$
Christensen | 49 m | 2009
17% reduction
2,900,000€
Astilleros Celaya | 41 m | 1986
16% reduction
4,950,000€
Rossato | 40 m | 1993
New to market
890,000£
Sunseeker | 25 m | 2006
Back to market
March 25, 2015
Footloose listed for sale
4,200,000$
Cheoy Lee | 29 m | 2008
7% reduction
6,495,000$
Azimut | 32 m | 2010
New to market
3,000,000€
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Electric Silent Tender 400 Launched by Silent-Yachts
Silent-Yachts launches the new Silent Tender 400. Designed by the Silent-Yachts team, it is the first dedicated tender design from the successful electric yachting brand. Though it measures 4.0m from transom to bow, the tender borrows a number of the style cues from Silent-Yachts’ much larger 60ft and 80ft electric catamarans. There are the angular, contemporary lines, the rebated bulwark and signature black and white finish. And extreme efficiency.Its carbon fiber lay-up ensures that the hull of the sporty-looking tender weighs no more than 90kg. That means it is lighter to lift out using the hydraulic bathing platform of a Silent 60, easier for the mother ship to carry and crucially, far more efficient to propel through the water.“It follows the same design principles as our award-winning electric yachts, with dimensions that enable it to fit both the Silent 60 series and Silent 80 series yachts. What is more, the hull gives passengers a really dry ride, even at speed and in confused seas,” says Michael Köhler, founder and CEO. Designed to carry six people with ease, the Silent Tender 400 was conceived as the ultimate tender for the solar-powered Silent 60 series yachts. But those same characteristics that suit it for the task are just as likely to appeal to those looking for a fun electric runabout or an efficient tender for a conventional yacht.Designed with a central console, the simple, intuitive controls will appeal to the whole family. All it takes is a throttle, leather-padded wheel and a display showing speed, heading and depth. Meanwhile, the driver’s seat is flanked by two other seats for shared moments on the water, and there are two bow seats – all provided with practical hand holds. Boarding is via a step in the lowered bulwarks amidships.Owners are able to choose between various inboard and outboard propulsion options. Inboard power comes via a 20kW electric waterjet, offering extremely low draught and ease of handling. With the sportier outboard, input power is either 20kW or 30kW, depending on the package selected. The higher rated motor is capable of propelling the boat at more than 20 knots, for an exciting, sporty ride.Battery capacity is also a matter of choice. For performance reasons, Silent-Yachts has engineered the boat to carry either a standard 16kWh lithium battery or an upgraded 20kWh unit for more range. At a 10-knot cruising speed, expect a minimum of 2 hours’ drive time. Fast on-board charging can replenish the battery in just 2.5 hours.According to Köhler the shipyard is already working on a larger 5.1m electric tender, specifically designed to fit the garage of the Silent 80 series yachts. 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
Major Performance Improvement for Super Sub Announced by U-Boat Worx
The three-person submersible, which has a depth rating of 300 meters, is now the most flow-dynamic submersible in the world. Together with Marin, the renowned Dutch maritime research institute specializing in computational flow dynamics, the top speed of the Super Sub was optimized from its initial 8-knot estimation up to as much as 10 knots. That is 3–4 knots faster than the top cruising speed of a bottlenose dolphin, and 7 knots faster than the average submersible. The submersible now has the same efficient flow dynamics as an electric car. “We are very excited about this development,” says Bert Houtman, U-Boat Worx CEO. “It’s something we have been working hard on, and now to have the most flow-dynamic submersible possible, we couldn’t be more pleased. We are confident that our clients will feel the same.”The Super Sub was introduced in 2021 as U-Boat Worx’ fastest and most maneuverable design, delivering a dynamic dive experience and ability to deal with strong currents. The submersible has been sold to its first owner and U-Boat Worx sea trials scheduled in Spring 2023.Credits: U-Boat Worx
New electric Persico Zagato 100.2 Revealed by Persico Marine
Persico Marine and Zagato Atelier created the Persico Zagato 100.2, an innovative eight-meter hyperboat featuring aesthetic purity of design, the highest technology, and revolutionary DeepSpeed electric jet propulsion from the Italian start-up Sealence.The boat will have a classic planing hull with an optimized design by naval architect and founder of Leading Edge, Davide Leone.The design, developed by Zagato in collaboration with Micheletti + Partners is essential, and the boat will be a collector’s piece: only nine units will be produced, each of a different and unique color. The PZ 100.2 will be built in Nembro with the composite materials and will have a total displacement of only 2,500 kg. The first PZ 100.2 is expected to be delivered at the end of 2023. Persico Marine was founded in 1976. It's part of Persico Group and has two production sites in Italy, in Nembro and Massa Carrara. Persico Marine builds custom sailing yachts for the world's most renowned racing teams and private owners, and have worked on racing yachts for the America's Cup, the Volvo Ocean Race, the Maxi 72 class and many others.Credits: Persico Marine

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