$ 500K price reduction
$ 4,450,000
Palmer Johnson | 39.01 m | 2000
back on market with Fraser Yachts
€ 3,480,000
Cavusoglu Shipyard | 33.7 m | 2017
sold
December 15, 2020
Motor yacht Lady Ella S sold
€ 8,900,000
Sunseeker | 35.2 m | 2016
sold
December 14, 2020
Motor yacht Pura Vida sold
$ 5,250,000
Moonen | 30.1 m | 2009
sold
December 14, 2020
Motor yacht Uny sold
€ 2,995,000
Benetti | 35.5 m | 2018
new to market
€ 229,000,000
Lurssen | 95 m | 2019
sold
December 10, 2020
Motor yacht Bun sold
€ 3,950,000
Overmarine | 28.27 m | 2015
sold
December 9, 2020
Motor yacht Top Five sold
$17,700,000
Christensen | 48 m | 2005
sold
December 9, 2020
Motor yacht Ocean Club sold
$ 15,900,000
Trinity Yachts | 49 m | 2009
back on market with IYC
€ 1,850,000
Baglietto | 30.4 m | 2003
sold
December 7, 2020
Motor yacht Odessa sold
$ 27,900,000
Christensen | 49 m | 2009
sold
December 7, 2020
Motor yacht Maximus II sold
$ 2,495,000
Horizon | 32.31 m | 2005
sold
December 7, 2020
Motor yacht MB3 sold
$ 6,950,000
Hargrave | 30.78 m | 2018
$ 500K price reduction
December 7, 2020
Price cut on motor yacht M4
$ 4,999,999
Trident Shipworks | 40.21 m | 1999
new to market with Edmiston
€ 12,250,000
Perini Navi | 45 m | 2011
sold
December 4, 2020
Motor yacht Wonder sold
$ 6,250,000
Crescent Yachts | 36.58 m | 2004
sold
December 4, 2020
Motor yacht Hiatus sold
$ 3,800,000
MCP Yachts | 29.87 m | 2008
back on market with Fraser Yachts
€ 10,900,000
Palumbo | 40 m | 2015
new to market with Fraser Yachts
€ 19,500,000
Benetti | 49.92 m | 2016
€ 250K price reduction
€ 895,000
Riva | 20.82 m | 2008
sold
December 3, 2020
Sailing yacht Mrs Seven sold
€ 4,900,000
Southern Wind | 30.2 m | 2008
sold
December 3, 2020
Motor yacht Bac O Booc sold
$ 1,998,000
Westport | 35.97 m | 1987
sold
$ 1,195,000
Overmarine | 24.38 m | 2007
sold
December 2, 2020
Motor yacht Solo Tu sold
$ 3,950,000
Hargrave | 30.78 m | 2009

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Nautor’s Swan Debut in the Motor Yacht Market
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Ferretti Group Publishes Its Sustainability Report
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