on market with Northrop & Johnson
October 19, 2018
Motor yacht Doris for sale
€ 3,900,000
Pershing | 27.96 m | 2012
sold
$ 1,995,000
Broward | 36 m | 1995
now for sale with IYC
€ 19,000,000
Baglietto | 46.3 m | 2015
sold
October 19, 2018
Motor yacht Mosking sold
€ 2,750,000
Overmarine | 33.5 m | 2004
on market with 26 North Yachts
October 18, 2018
Motor yacht Angiamo for sale
$ 1,950,000
Feadship | 42.56 m | 2003
€ 250,000 price reduction
€ 1,400,000
Leopard | 27 m | 2008
€ 245,000 price reduction
€ 1,050,000
Sunseeker | 25.15 m | 2004
$ 610,000 price reduction
$ 2,990,000
Alloy | 32.6 m | 1991
sold
October 17, 2018
Motor yacht Mine Games sold
$ 29,950,000
Benetti | 62 m | 2010
sold
October 16, 2018
Motor yacht Andiamo sold
$ 1,299,000
KSE - Montofino | 24.9 m | 2001
sold
October 16, 2018
Sailing yacht Keewaydin sold
$ 1,900,000
Palmer Johnson | 33.53 m | 1995
on market with TWW
October 16, 2018
Sailing yacht Prana for sale
€ 23,000,000
Alloy Yachts | 51.7 m | 2006
on market with Camper & Nicholsons
October 16, 2018
Motor yacht Trident for sale
€ 18,800,000
Sanlorenzo | 46 m | 2014
on market with Sunseeker
October 15, 2018
Motor yacht Hard 8 for sale
€ 4,250,000
Sunseeker | 26.3 m | 2017
sold
October 15, 2018
Motor yacht St David sold
€ 22,500,000
Benetti | 60 m | 2008
sold
October 15, 2018
Motor yacht Galaktika sold
€ 3,950,000
Benetti | 30.2 m | 2009
back on market with Ocean Independence
$ 3,900,000
Burger | 32 m | 2000
back on market with Northrop & Johnson
October 15, 2018
Motor yacht Rebel for sale
$ 18,250,000
Trinity Yachts | 48 m | 2005
on market with Camper & Nicholsons
€ 1,250,000
Falcon | 26.09 m | 2007
sold
October 12, 2018
Sailing yacht Sybaris sold
€ 88,000,000
Perini Navi | 70 m | 2016
€ 500,000 price reduction
€ 8,500,000
Benetti | 52 m | 1996
on market with TWW
October 12, 2018
Motor yacht Spectre for sale
€ 65,000,000
Benetti | 69 m | 2019
€ 200,000 price reduction
€ 7,750,000
Sanlorenzo | 37.2 m | 2009
back on market with Edmiston
October 12, 2018
Motor yacht Yoyita for sale
€ 2,100,000
Ferretti | 25.3 m | 2009

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Black Pearl picks up several design industry awards
The largest sailing yacht in the world constructed by Oceanco has won top honours at recent Boat International Design & Innovation Awards held in Cortina, Italy. According to the official announcement, the vessel has received the award for "Best Naval Architecture for Sailing Yachts".The Black Pearl’s exterior was designed by Nuvolari Lenard and Ken Freivokh, while her praised naval architecture was developed by Dyksra Architects, who had previously worked on the 88-meter Maltese Falcon, the former largest sailing yacht in the world. Thereby, Black Pearl features similar to Maltese Falcon structure with three rotating masts. Engineering systems and weight management solution, along with elements of structural and general engineering, were developed under professional assistance of Lateral Naval Architects. It is worth mentioning, that the yacht's interior design was commissioned to Valentina Zannier from Nuvolari Lenard and Gerard Villate. A combination of smart and elegant high-tech design and modernised state-of-the-art DynaRig sailing system makes the Black Pearl a genuine masterpiece. Her hull outline is trademarked with an exclusive wave-piercing bow that features not only graceful appearance, but also fuel efficiency. Hybrid propulsion installation and battery bank of high capacity allow her to sail at regeneration mode. As an original sailing yacht, Black Pearl is able to cross the Atlantic Ocean without using fuel. The vessel’s hybrid propulsion system is also designed for energy regeneration, supported by her on-board systems allowing to gain more energy efficiency (for instance, through a system of waste heat recovery).Hans Boerakker, Oceanco Project Manager, stresses that the company’s "relationship and cooperation with the owner and his representatives proved invaluable" in complete reflection of the owner's vision. "We were fortunate enough to be the builders of his dream," he added. The builder believes, that the award should mark a good start of a very busy and promising year for Oceanco in general.
Equanimity: Malaysian government to start now negotiating direct with buyers
The story behind Oceanco’s 91,5-metre luxury superyacht Equanimity takes another twist. According to Malaysian lawyer Jeremy Joseph, parties potentially interested in purchasing Equanimity can bow approach the government or 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) alongside the yachts’ broker Burgess. Burgess though retain their right to be considered an exclusive central agent. It was earlier announced, that the auction for Equanimity will take place in March 2019.Mr Joseph, who represents both 1MDB and the government, reports that prospective buyers can negotiate directly with them from that moment on. The main purpose of this decision is to increase potential sale opportunities of the vessel. At the moment, the government of Malaysia allocates $500,000 monthly for Equanimity’s maintenance, according to Bloomberg. The yacht has been reportedly remained in a good condition under a supervision of 21 crew members.Burgess is determined to sale the superyacht at a price not lower than $130,000,000, which halves her initially estimated price of $250,000,000. The main concern of potential purchasers remains the vessel’s undesirable past, that could potentially cause trouble to owners once they leave Malaysian waters, as several claims from other countries have been already levied against Equanimity. However, Sitpah Selvaratnam, consultant at Tommy Thomas Advocates and Solicitors, disproves those risks. The judicial sale would determine an official start-over of the yacht’s history and wipe out her notorious background, he claims.
39-meter superyacht The Beast close to delivery
According to a recent update from Zelanian yacht builder Profab Central Engineering, their current catamaran project The Beast planned for delivery in spring 2019, has been nearly completed. The Beast has been already moved from her Palmerston North build yard, and her superstructure has been joined to the hull at her new location at Loxton beach. The yacht is now being perfected with final touches, before her release for sea trials. This 39,5-metre superyacht project features a 2,3-metre draft and an 11,7-metre beam, offering a lot of space on-board, while her gross tonnage of 493 tonnes is spread upon three decks. The Beast's exterior fully-aluminum design concept was developed by LOMOcean, known among others for their work on Echo Yachts' Charley's naval architecture. One of key design features of the yacht is her large aft deck more typical for work boats. That is why The Beast has an option of storing a full range of tenders and water toys. This enables launching and retrieving of a small custom-built sport fishing yacht (13 metre), what makes it easier to reach narrow or distant spots (for instance, remote atolls). A 9,3-metre amphibious tender and a rescue boat shall be listed among other equipment options of the vessel.The yacht’s accommodation capacity amounts to 12 guests with up to ten crew members on-board. The guests can comfortably use 4 double cabins that can be easily converted into twins and a twin cabin fit with Pullman beds. Meanwhile, the interior decoration will be designed in the owners’ cooperation with Oceania Interiors studio based in New Zeland. When it comes to open-air recreational zones, they can be found on the upper deck along with a barbecue of teppanyaki style.A pair of Caterpillar C32 engines should secure extensive cruising range of The Beast, while the vessel’s total fuel capacity amounts to 76,000 litres.
Benetti sold their first Diamond 145
44,06-metre Benetti’s yacht Diamond 145 recently presented at Cannes Yachting Festival has been announced sold. The yacht is currently under construction at the company’s Viareggio shipyard with her delivery scheduled to the beginning of 2020.The project features a 9,05-metre beam and a maximum draft of 2,28 metres, whilst her full load displacement makes 362 tonnes.Diamond 145’s exterior design concept was developed by Giorgio M. Cassette, a renowned Italian architect. In general, the project demonstrates smooth and elegant lines entwining into her particularly high hull sides and elongated line of reverse sheer. Glazed surfaces dominate within the concept, implementing two important functions: they highlight the yacht’s visual length and brighten her interiors with natural light.The vessel’s interior design was commissioned to Salvagni Architetti. The main idea was to transmit the overall concept of smooth twisted lines into inner zones and open-air recreational areas and fill the yacht’s spacious rooms with light. The motor yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 cabins, coloured in light natural palette. Meanwhile, Diamond 145’s crew accommodation capacity is limited to 7 people. The master suite is situated at the main deck’s bow area and is extended to the beam’s size. The vessel offers a variety of lounge zones featuring onboard beach club at water level in the stern.The yacht will be reaching her top speed at 15 knots with normal cruising speed of 11 knots, powered by two MAN engines of 1400 HP each. Generally, Diamond 145’s range can boasts 3,800 nautical miles. Franco Fusignani, CEO of the Bennetti Group, emphasises the significance of this contract to the company’s general course. "Diamond 145 was presented only four months ago but right from the design stage we realised it was a model with incredible potential, representing the perfect synthesis of the core features of the Benetti Displacement Class across its entire history", he comments.
First glimpse at Oceanco’s new 90m superyacht project Y716
Oceanco’s new project currently named Y716 has been demonstrated for the first time earlier today, moved within the company’s facility at Albasserdam, Netherlands. Official launch and delivery of Y716 to her owner is scheduled later this year.Photo by Tom Van OosanenNot so much information on the project has been revealed so far. Y716 is trademarked with aluminum superstructure featured with teak decks on a steel hull within a 14,2-metre beam. Additionally, her interior volume will make 2950 GT. Her top speed will reportedly be reached at 20 knots, with cruising speed of 18,5 knots.Photo by Tom Van OosanenThe yacht will be equipped with spa zones, swimming pool and Jacuzzi, beach club, underwater lights system, tender garage and helicopter hangar. Accommodation capacity will make 23 guests and up to 33 crew members onboard. Photo by Tom Van OosanenIn contrast to her 90-metre forerunner Dar, that featured extravagant black-and-white contrasts resembling killer whale colouration, new superyacht’s exterior designer Espen Oeino has limited her surface outfit to classical white colour.Dar (90m), OceancoY716 is announced to be the only project to be launched by Oceanco in 2019. Meanwhile, the company has received several design industry awards for their project Black Pearl.

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