€ 7M price reduction
€ 35,000,000
Mondomarine | 60.2 m | 2017
sold
March 27, 2023
Motor yacht Lady Dia sold
€ 7,200,000
Ferretti | 37.8 m | 2011
back on market
$ 14,500,000
Westport | 39.62 m | 2009
sold
March 22, 2023
Motor yacht Soaring sold
€ 88,000,000
Abeking & Rasmussen | 68.2 m | 2020
$ 7M price reduction
$ 62,500,000
Alstom | 71.71 m | 2006
€ 2M price reduction
€ 19,500,000
Turquoise Yachts | 50.4 m | 2013
sold
€ 5,000,000
Codecasa | 41 m | 2007
$ 1M price reduction
$ 21,900,000
Palmer Johnson | 52.2 m | 2010
sold
March 17, 2023
Motor yacht Lady S sold
$ 5,900,000
Benetti | 46.09 m | 1989
back on market
$ 4,390,000
Hatteras | 24.38 m | 2012
sold
March 14, 2023
Motor yacht Bim sold
€ 3,250,000
Custom Line | 30.95 m | 2003
sold
€ 26,000,000
Cantiere delle Marche | 46.8 m | 2019
back on market
$ 11,950,000
Feadship | 52 m | 1988
€ 1M price reduction
€ 9,900,000
Abeking & Rasmussen | 42.82 m | 1993
sold
March 10, 2023
Motor yacht Explora sold
$ 14,900,000
Feadship | 45 m | 1985
$ 700,000 price reduction
$ 9,295,000
Ocean Alexander | 30.53 m | 2017
sold
€ 6,500,000
Azimut | 26.78 m | 2021
€ 1.3M price reduction
€ 3,900,000
Feadship | 33.5 m | 1939
sold
March 1, 2023
Motor yacht Rosso sold
€ 3,465,000
Princess | 29.42 m | 2011
sold
February 27, 2023
Motor yacht Stealth sold
$ 13,450,000
Palmer Johnson | 45.7 m | 2010
back on market with Burgess
€ 185,000,000
Lurssen | 115 m | 2003
$ 400K price reduction
$ 3,500,000
Vicem | 32.61 m | 2013
sold
$ 9,250,000
Burger Boat | 34.49 m | 2003
back on market
€ 6,800,000
Flippetti | 30 m | 2014

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Greenline 48: A Decade of Timeless Design and Continued Success
Greenline Yachts, a renowned Slovenian shipyard, celebrates the enduring success of its Greenline 48 model, which has remained popular for over a decade. With 117 units built to date, the yacht continues to appeal to buyers, maintaining an annual production rate of 12 units. The 120th hull is set for delivery this year, underscoring Greenline's commitment to responsible yachting.Greenline 48The Greenline 48 owes its longevity to its timeless design, efficient hull and drivetrain, and the choice between flybridge or coupe configurations. The flexible interior layout and meticulous finish also contribute to its ongoing appeal. The yacht's master cabin, located on the main deck, provides separate access to the bow terrace.Greenline 48A unique feature of the Greenline 48 is the enclosed cigar lounge on the flybridge, equipped with a bar, an 85-inch TV, and sofas. Powered by two 1300 hp engines, the yacht promises reliable performance, extended cruising range, and impressive efficiency.The aft deck boasts a 16-meter-long beach club with folding platforms, ample storage for water toys and diving equipment, and a hidden aft garage for two jet skis and a gas station. The yacht's broad, shallow forefoot hull design ensures a quieter experience at anchor, reminiscent of a sailing boat's ability to slice through waves.Accommodation includes two large guest cabins with flexible sliding beds and ensuite bathrooms. An optional self-sufficient captain’s cabin can be added aft, utilizing part of the spacious lazarette.Greenline 48FLYLife on board centers around the main deck's spacious saloon, deep protected cockpit, and lounging areas. The absence of steps between the helm station and the aft deck enhances stability and comfort. The aft galley, with an opening window and sliding door, facilitates seamless food preparation and social interaction.Greenline 48FLYThe Greenline 48 is available in both Flybridge and Coupe formats, catering to different market preferences. The Flybridge offers an additional entertaining space, while the Coupe's broader overhangs provide shade and a perfect surface for solar panels. The standard array of nine high-quality solar panels generates over 15kWh of power daily, supporting Greenline’s Responsible Yachting philosophy.Owners can opt for the H-Drive hybrid propulsion system, combining twin 24kW electric motors with two diesel engines, allowing for silent electric cruising at 5 knots and faster speeds up to 24 knots. This hybrid system enhances the yacht's autonomy and reduces the need for a generator.The Greenline 48's smart features and design elements ensure its continued popularity, much like the Greenline 33, which was in continuous production for 16 years.Credits: Greenline Yachts
38m Lumière Delivered by Moonen Yachts
Moonen Yachts has announced the delivery of Lumière, a 37.8m Martinique yacht. The vessel recently departed from the Netherlands on its maiden voyage to the Mediterranean, where its Australian owners will embark on their first season aboard.The owners were closely involved in the customization and construction of Lumière over the past two years. Moonen Yachts' Technical Director, Nicky van Zon, expressed pride in the project, highlighting the yacht's attention to detail, craftsmanship, and design excellence."Lumière is a testament to our commitment to quality and customization," van Zon said. "We believe she will provide a serene and luxurious experience for her owners and their guests."The yacht features an extended sun deck with a large hot tub pool, an expanded swim platform, and a bespoke interior designed in collaboration with Studio Indigo. These modifications were tailored to the owners' preferences and intended use of the yacht.Lumière is the fifth Martinique model delivered by Moonen Yachts, known for its fast-displacement long-range capability and balanced indoor-outdoor living spaces. The yacht underwent final commissioning in Hellevoetsluis, alongside Moonshine, the sixth Martinique set for delivery.The Martinique series has earned praise for its customization options and design, offering owners the ability to tailor their yachts to their specific tastes and needs.Moonen Yachts is a yacht builder based in the Netherlands, and its first yacht was built in 1964 under the original yard name of De Ruiter. In 1981, the yard was renamed Moonen Shipyards. It’s launching its first vessel under new ownership: Alhena. In 2017 Moonen Shipyards changed into Moonen Yachts. With the help of strong vision, innovative technology and new designers, Moonen is once again becoming the market leader in 30m to 50m luxury yachts.Credits: Moonen Yachts
Sunreef Yachts Launches the 100 Sunreef Power 2.0 Catamaran
Sunreef Yachts has announced the launch of its latest superyacht, the 100 Sunreef Power 2.0. This new addition represents a significant advancement for the shipyard.The 100 Sunreef Power 2.0 is designed to offer a blend of elegance, stability, and safety. It features a range of unique elements aimed at enhancing the yachting experience. The layout is designed to accommodate twelve guests, with a full-width master cabin on the main deck that includes separate access to the bow terrace.One of the standout features of this superyacht is the enclosed cigar lounge on the flybridge, which comes equipped with a bar, an 85-inch TV, and sofas for relaxation. The yacht is powered by two 1300 hp engines, ensuring reliable performance, an extended cruising range, and impressive efficiency.The aft deck of the yacht boasts a 16-meter-long beach club with folding platforms, ample storage for water toys and diving equipment, and a hidden aft garage capable of housing two jet skis and a gas station.Overall, the 100 Sunreef Power 2.0 combines luxury with practicality, offering a high-end yachting experience with its innovative design and advanced features.Sunreef Yachts was founded by Francis Lapp in 2002 in Gdansk, Poland. Since then, the shipyard has been designing and manufacturing luxury sailing and power multihulls. Credits: Sunreef Yachts
Inside Benetti's 37m Legend: A Modern Take on 1960s Navetta Aesthetics
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Palm Beach 85 Unveiled by Palm Beach Motor Yachts
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