back on market with Worth Avenue Yachts
$ 8,495,000
Benetti | 36.6 m | 2008
now for sale with Ocean Independence
€ 7,700,000
Fitzroy Yachts | 41.15 m | 2008
sold
September 6, 2018
Sailing yacht Luchya sold
€ 800,000
Dubbel & Jesse | 27.23 m | 1993
back on market with Cecil Wright & Partners
September 6, 2018
Motor yacht Herculina for sale
€ 17,000,000
Feadship | 50 m | 1998
back on market with Atlantic Yacht & Ship
September 6, 2018
Motor yacht Me for sale
$ 8,995,000
IAG | 38.71 m | 2014
back on market with Burgess
September 6, 2018
Motor yacht Cloud 9 for sale
€ 84,500,000
CRN | 74 m | 2017
$ 555,000 price reduction
$ 1,295,000
Oceanfast | 26.52 m | 2000
now for sale with Engel & Volkers
€ 17,500,000
Yildizlar Mesrubat | 50.75 m | 2017
now for sale with Burgess
€ 7,750,000
Oceanfast | 55 m | 1991
back on market with Sunseeker London
September 5, 2018
Motor yacht Zozo for sale
£ 13,250,000
Sunseeker | 40.05 m | 2016
€ 8,000,000 price reduction
€ 32,000,000
Dream Ship Victory | 64.52 m | 2013
sold
September 4, 2018
Motor yacht Beluga sold
€ 8,750,000
Timmerman | 44.7 m | 2014
€ 300,000 price reduction
€ 7,950,000
Sanlorenzo | 37.2 m | 2009
now for sale with Northrop & Johnson
€ 2,750,000
AB Yachts | 28.2 m | 2009
sold
September 3, 2018
Motor yacht Fanamax sold
€ 2,300,000
Sunseeker | 26.6 m | 2011
€ 500,000 price reduction
€ 2,950,000
Azimut | 31.41 m | 2008
back on market with Burgess
September 3, 2018
Motor yacht Elysian for sale
€ 47,500,000
Abeking & Rasmussen | 60 m | 2009
back on market with Crow’s Nest Yachts
September 3, 2018
Sailing yacht Eclipse for sale
$ 3,600,000
Alloy | 32.6 m | 1991
now for sale with Camper & Nicholsons
$ 1,090,000
CIM | 29.69 m | 1991
back on market with Aquazeal
€ 5,200,000
Palmer Johnson | 36.58 m | 2003
€ 1,500,000 price reduction
€ 8,955,000
Moonen | 36.9 m | 2014
back on market with RJC Yacht Sales
$ 5,995,000
Trinity | 35.97 m | 1998
back on market with Ocean Independence
€ 29,900,000
Heesen | 47 m | 2017
sold
August 30, 2018
Motor yacht Crystal sold
$ 3,800,000
Deep Sea Marine | 34.14 m | 1987

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Fire breaks out at Lurssen damaging 100m+ new build
Earlier today, a large fire broke out at Lurssen's Bremen shipyard in a floating dock and building unit where a 100-meter+ yacht was under construction. Over 110 firefighters were dispatched to the site, no one was injured during the incident but the new build is expected to have taken serious damage.According to initial reports in the German media, the fire broke out around 02:00, the cause of which is still being investigated. Three of the yacht's deck are believed to have caught on fire. 35 to 40 vehicles were dispatched on site according to a spokesman for the local fire department.130-meters long and 30-meter wide according to German media, the floating dock caught fire early morning and was evacuated immediately, the new build inside also caught on fire as was confirmed by Lurssen to NWZ Online.For the moment it is unclear what new build was damaged by the fire. This morning, additional fire crews were requested to join the scene bringing the total to 170 people as the fire fighters are trying to get the situation under control. Throughout the night a large cloud of smoke was spreading out of the building hall.Seen on images outside the facility, it is know that the 135-meter Project Shu was not the new build in question to be damaged. The 135-meter Crescent was also already out of the shipyard and delivered by the time of the fire. The larger Project SASSI could have been candidate for the new build that burnt down.Operated by the Lurssen family for 4 generations, the shipyard has become a global leader in the megayacht space in recent decades. Initially founded in 1875 by Friedrich Lurssen, the company grew from building smaller motor yachts in a different era to building superyachts by 1962 when it delivered the 55-meter Pegasus. Now known as the company behind many of the world's largest yachts such as Azzam, Dilbar, Pelorus or Rising Sun amongst other, Lurssen is also active in the military space, having built patrol boats, frigates and even mine warfare vessels.The Lurssen fire becomes the second high profile one in yachting this month, shortly following the fire that destroyed the 40-meter CCN Kanga in Croatia.Lurssen released a statement, regarding this situtation : "In the early morning at approximately 02:00 a fire broke out in the floating dock of the Fr. Lürssen Shipyard in Bremen-Aumund and onboard the yacht within it. The emergency procedures commenced immediately, in the course of which the persons still working on board were evacuated and examined with respect to possible smoke intoxication and the fire fighting department and emergency response teams were alarmed. Additionally the whole premises were evacuated. Currently, no casualties are known. At the moment, 110 fire fighters and rescuers are onsite, also supported by a team of the Jos. L. Meyer shipyard. Further buildings or other ships were not affected. No statement can be made so far towards the cause of the fire or the extent of the damage".Photos via Twitter
Insurers facing €590m payment over destroyed Lurssen new build
The major fire that broke out at Lurssen's Bremen facility earlier this week, destroying a 100-meter plus new build, became a major story in the yachting field. The development is now set to hit the insurance sector with a group of marine insurers that could be facing a payment of up to €590 million over the fire at Lurssen.Various social media posts have been quick to point out the damaged new build, 3 decks of which at least have caught on fire, to be the 140-meter Project Sassi, which was reportedly due to be launched in coming months. The identity of the ship has so far not been confirmed.Industry reports say the insurance policy for the new build was started in October 2014, in a building risk slip led by QBE, a leading Australian insurer with a market capitalisation of over €9 billion. Yet, the 4.6% exposure QBE is understood to have in the slip, potentially equivalent to €27 million in losses, would amount to a loss of nearly 12% of its net profits for the first half of 2018.Dr Duu / Project Sassi before assemblyQBE would in fact not be the insurance company with the largest exposure in the new build, with Lancashire potentially on the hook for €70 million as a 9.4% slip stakeholder. RSA, Atrium and Beazly could also each have to payout between €40m - €45m.The policy, which could now have the largest maritime insurance payout since the sinking of the Costa Concordia cruise ship, is understood to be designed to cover the vessel as well as the related property and construction materials used to build it through to the final delivery.This large insurance payout threat comes at a difficult time for marine insurance providers, which has been prone to a large number of changes and consolidation in recent years. Less than 20% of the yachting premiums written by syndicates turned a profit between 2011 and 2017 according to Re-Insurance, leading to many insurers stepping away from the maritime market.Photos via Instagram and DrDuu
Numarine 26XP and 32XP superyachts debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival
Numarine, the European high performance motor-yacht shipyard headquartered in Istanbul, offering a range of yachts from 62' - 105', has proudly presented the 26XP and 32XP explorer superyachts together for the very first time in a boat show.The 2018 Cannes Yachting Festival was the world premiere for the 26XP in full displacement version, while the 32XP has made her European debut.The yachts have many similarities as they represent Numarine’s new XP Series of expedition vessels. It looks very different comparing to the shipyard’s performance models. Both 26XP and 32XP are designed inside and outside by the shipyard’s long-term collaborator Can Yalman. Naval architecture is by Umberto Tagliavini, another perennial partner of the shipyard. Both models are very modern, even futuristic, due to angular windows and a vertical bow. They have a well-proven and efficient hull, especially designed for ocean cruising.The comfort on board is everything, so Numarine took great care in eliminating or reducing all sources of noise and vibration. The on-board systems that resolve these issues are from the shipyard’s longstanding partner Silent Line, noise and vibration experts for luxury yachts, commercial vessels, and industrial and architectural projects. Usually, this advanced technology is applied on much bigger megayachts over 80 metres in length.The 26XP is a unique compact superyacht. She can be built with a semi-planning or displacement hull.The 26XP’s has a sophisticated layout. There are four large guest cabins below. The master suite is amidships. There are also two twin cabins and a VIP cabin. Social areas on board are ample. The 2.5- deck yacht has an extensive main saloon with full height windows that saturate the interior with natural light. Outside spaces, including a bow are and swim platform, of the main deck help guests to stay connected with the sea.One of the key unbeatable features of the 26XP is a special flybridge. It covers about two thirds of the hull’s length, so it is around 16 meters long and just under 100 square meters of floor space. It’s big enough to provide storage space for a 5,5-meter tender.In its displacement version, the 26XP has a maximum speed of 13.5 knots, and a cruising speed is 9 knots. An efficient hull offers greater fuel autonomy up to 3,000 nm at 8 knots. In semi-planning version, the yacht carries more powerful engines and can reach up to 28 knots.The 32.5-metre superyacht Marla, which attended the Cannes Yachting Festival 2018, is a unit #1 of the new 32XP Series that was delivered to her Owner last summer.While being just under the limit of 300 GT category, she offers incredible volumes of internal living spaces on board, with her steel hull construction and GRP superstructure allowed to create unique layouts internally and customized external spaces. Simplicity of use, engaging styling and the seamless integration of systems are key principles of the yacht.The yacht is easy to manage thanks to the user-friendly interface developed by Energy Solutions, and the captain runs her without an engineer. She accommodates up to 12 guests and is ready for long cruises thanks to her proven hull and ample of storage facilities.The interior of the 32XP is fully customized to reflect the owner’s preferences in terms of layout, design, fabrics and materials. The main deck of the 32XP offers a generous cockpit with a sunpad area, an expansive 48-square-meter saloon, a vast professional kitchen and a separate gym. On the lower deck, the layout offers two VIP Cabins mid ship and a pair of double cabins, all with ensuite bathrooms, and over 85 square meters of living space.A phenomenal owner’s cabin with over 40 square meters of living space is on the upper deck. The aft part of the deck fits a spectacular 9-meter RIB tender and two PWCs in navigation. The total external area on the upper deck is 129 square meters, while the flybridge offers another 60 sq. m of entertainment space.Marla has a very efficient displacement hull and a top speed of 14 knots, a cruise speed of 12 knots, and inspiring 4,000 nm range at 9 knots.
Ferretti Group lights up the Cannes Yachting Festival with 5 new stars
Ferretti Group wins the stage of the 41st edition of the Cannes Yachting Festival, scheduled from September 11th to 16th, with 5 absolute novelties for the Ferretti Yachts, Custom Line and Riva brands.The 5 world premières, welcomed successfully by public and professionals, inaugurate the new nautical season of the Group in great style.Together with a majestic fleet of 25 yachts between 8 and 42 meters, the debut was made by:- Ferretti Yachts 670- Custom Line 120’- Custom Line Navetta 42- Riva 110’ Dolcevita- Riva 66’ RibelleThe Cannes Yachting Festival, the largest international event in the sector, opened as usual with the Group's annual press conference. Mr Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group, together with the Chief Commercial Officer, Stefano de Vivo, presented the main financial results achieved during the first 8 months of 2018, confirming the positive trend that strengthens the Group’s international leadership.As at August 31st, 2018, Ferretti Group recorded a consolidated order book for serial brands equal to 218 million Euros, in line with the budget estimates for the current financial year. The Group expects to close the year with a total purchase order for serial brands of 450 million Euros, confirming and consolidating the extraordinary result already achieved in 2017.The Group continued its strong commercial penetration on a global scale. From a geographic point of view, in percentage terms on consolidated order book, as at August 31st, 2018, Europe - Middle East - Africa contributed for 49% of new orders, Americas for 36% and Asia Pacific for 15%.After the first 8 months of 2018, the Group achieved consolidated revenues of 420 million Euros, +22% compared to the same period of 2017 (344 M€). The estimates for 2018 are confirmed, which foresee a production value of 704million euros.The Group continues the investment plan as the core asset of its strategic line. In the 2016-2018 three-year period, around 133,5 million euros were invested in product development and industrial capacity, which allowed a rapid pace in the renewal of the range. From 2015 to 2018, 30 new models were produced, including the magnificent Cannes world premières, ready to sail the waters of the world during the next 2018/19 nautical season: Riva 110' Dolcevita, Riva 66' Ribelle, Ferretti Yachts 670, Custom Line Navetta 42 and Custom Line120'.“Cannes is like a grand gala, one comes to shine and leave a mark. This year we participate with the fleet of wonders: 25 magnificent yachts, with 5 world premières representing 3 of our brands" - said Alberto Galassi. “As always, the show is also an opportunity to make an initial assessment of the brilliant results achieved this year. The figures for the first eight months of 2018, characterized in particular by a production value higher than last year of 22%, confirm that we are on the right course. No miracle, everyone has been working hard, and the awareness of our strength, keeping year after year the commitment to invest in product development, production capacity and technological innovation. As evidence of the effectiveness of a growth strategy based on the constant renewal of our product range, almost 70% of revenues is the result of the success of the serial models presented in the last four years. We continue to believe inbeauty, improvement of performance and attention to detail, because this is what our customers appreciate: an inimitable mix of Made in Italy quality and elegance that places us at the top of the nautical scene”.The Ferretti Group stand is set up in the Espace Riviera, #PALAIS102 JETEE 012 exhibition area, while Custom Line yachts are moored at the Super Yacht Extension, in front of the SYE193 lounge. At JETEE 008 pier visitors can admire Pershing, Itama, Ferretti Yachts and Riva fleets, moored in front of their respective lounges.Moreover, an iconic Rivamare will be displayed at the entrance of the exhibition for the whole duration of the show.During the Festival, Ferretti Group will always be flanked by prestigious luxury partners, protagonists of various entertainment initiatives during the days of the fair.7 Pines, the luxury resort in Ibiza hosting the first Pershing Terrace, is the Group's main sponsor for Soirée Nautique - the late opening night of the show scheduled for Friday, September 14th, during which Red Oyster will offer a tasting of its precious oysters - together to Seabob, which exhibits its magnificent limited edition products with custom livery, created ad hoc for the Group's brands.The partnership with Dolce & Gabbana, which signs the Ferretti Group uniforms, and with Samsonite, which provides business luggage, has been renewed. La Scolca delights visitors with an exclusive tasting of its fine wines. Culti Milano proposes the olfactory essences that will make visitors dream on board of the yachts and in the lounges,while the suggestive Arquati pergolas will protect guests from the sun, refreshing them pleasantly, while visiting the stand. The partnership with Sabrina Montecarlo continues, which has embellished the Group's yachts with its luxuriousfurnishing accessories.Taurus exhibits the models 'Taurus for Ferretti Yachts 50th anniversary', the bicycles made in limited edition (in the three versions man, woman and pedal assisted) on the occasion of the celebrations of the fiftieth anniversary of the brand. Finally, Emirates Airlines, which has reserved special treatments on flights to Ferretti Group guests.
New Mazu 52HT debuts at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2018
Following sea trails and a quick delivery to OMV, Mazu’s exclusive European dealer based in France, the 52HT makes her debut at the 2018 Cannes Yachting Festival“The major construction work is complete and the interiors are well advanced,” says Halit Yukay, Mazu CEO and lead designer. “We are just awaiting delivery of the Opacmare Transformer aft platform, after which we will start the engine installation and the painting process.”The 52HT is built of carbon composite in a lightweight sandwich construction for rigidity and strength. Offering generous interior volume and deck space, plus an open-sided, carbon composite hardtop for protection from the summer sun, the new model continues the handcrafted, superyacht feel of the Mazu range with enhanced onboard comfort for extended overnight cruising.In addition to the large foredeck, protected cockpit, open aft deck and swim platform, the interior layout provides for two guest cabins with separate bathroom facilities and a spacious dinette/lounge area.Luxuriously soft Foglizzo leathers appear throughout the interior and the restrooms feature 5mmBianca marble veneers atop a lightweight aluminium substrate.Powered by twin Volvo IPS 800 engines (600hp each), the 52HT will have a top speed of 36 knots and a cruising speed of 32 knots.“The idea was to develop a 52-footer with the space, performance, and interior comfort and finish of a much bigger boat,” says Halit Yukay. “Combined with her carbon construction and low centre of gravity for optimal stability and seakeeping, we believe this new addition to the Mazu fleet represents excellent value in terms of quality and price. We have great hopes for the 52HT at the coming boat shows!”The base price of the 52HT starts at €890,000.

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