€ 1M price reduction
€ 14,900,000
Sanlorenzo | 46 m | 2011
€ 2M price reduction
€ 7,600,000
Perini Navi | 45.3 m | 2006
new to market
€ 2,950,000
Nautor's Swan | 24.89 m | 2006
back on market
€ 1,500,000
Cochrane | 32.7 m | 1989
now listed for sale by Van der Vliet
€ 2,900,000
Moonen | 27.43 m | 2003
back on market
$ 2,495,000
Hatteras | 24.38 m | 2006
back on market with Dolphin Yachts
€ 1,150,000
Inace | 25.95 m | 1999
€ 1M price reduction
€ 5,950,000
CRN | 48.3 m | 1996
€ 200K price reduction
€ 1,095,000
Jongert | 26.85 m | 1979
back on market with All Ocean Yachts
$ 6,895,000
Inace | 30.12 m | 2006
November 28, 2019
Motor yacht Rebeca sold
$ 5,950,000
Horizon | 33.53 m | 2012
now for sale with Cecil Wright
€ 3,950,000
Feadship | 30 m | 1997
back on market with Southern Wind
€ 6,600,000
Southern Wind | 30.2 m | 2011
back on market with Ocean Independence
€ 3,825,000
Heesen | 30.7 m | 2000
€ 1.7M price reduction
€ 19,800,000
Jade Yachts | 51.8 m | 2014
$ 1,999,000
Sunseeker | 28 m | 2007
$ 1M price reduction
$ 15,900,000
Trinity Yachts | 49.07 m | 2007
now for sale with TWW Yachts
€ 1,275,000
Delta Powerboats | 18.1 m | 2017
November 26, 2019
Sailing yacht Seahawk sold
€ 29,750,000
Perini Navi | 60 m | 2013
November 26, 2019
Motor yacht I Got This sold
$ 6,375,000
Westport | 34.1 m | 2008
November 26, 2019
Motor yacht Sorridente sold
$ 3,299,000
Azimut | 28.96 m | 2010
back on market
$ 1,795,000
Lazzara | 24.38 m | 2004
€ 600K price reduction
€ 7,900,000
Dynamiq | 35 m | 2018
$ 2M price reduction
November 26, 2019
Price cut on motor yacht T6
$ 17,950,000
Flyghtship Construction | 48.53 m | 2007


Superyacht Market in October: Asking Prices Going Down
A brief look at the superyacht market in October reveals a significant number of price reductions. The biggest price reductions of the month were for 82m Sarafsa (Devonport), which stepped down from EUR 75,000,000 to EUR 65,000,000 and the 68m Soaring (Abeking & Rasmussen), dropping from EUR 98,000,000 to EUR 88,000,000. The 66m Luna B (Oceanco) declined by EUR 5M and now asking EUR 42,500,000. As mentioned in our Q3 market review, we saw a surge in new listings ahead of the Fall show season – 65 in August and 87 in September. Evidently quite a few of these were testing the market with high asking prices. Now those owners who didn’t secure deals or have not received sensible offers at the yacht shows are making price reductions to invite buyers. As we approach the end of the year, we may see even further price reductions. Many sellers will be motivated to close deals before the Christmas holidays and winter season.Top new listings over 40m:55m Reliance Heesen, 2022, € 54,000,00058m Unbridled Trinity, 2009, $ 24,950,00055m Turquoise Turquoise, 2011, € 20,500,000On the new listings side, October inventory saw a small decrease from September – in total 78 motor yachts of 30m+ entered the market, but only five measuring 40m+ and younger than 10 years old. The most expensive new listing of the month was the 55m Heesen Reliance, asking EUR 54,000,000. Approximately 50 deals were closed in October. Most of these transactions were the sales of sub-40m yachts and new builds. But there were also some significant sales on the larger end of the market. The most expensive brokerage sale was the 55m ISA Forever One, which was asking EUR 34,959,000 and spent 14 months on the market. This was followed by the sale of the 48m Christensen Mi Amore, asking EUR 21,500,000, after 6 months of listing. 43m ISA Agora III asking EUR 14,750,000 finally found a new owner having been on the market for almost 2 years. Top new listing under 40m:36m Mamma Mia Benetti, 2007, $ 6,299,00031m Andiamo Azimut, 2012, $ 4,650,000 32m Freddy Sanlorenzo, 2017, $ 8,499,000Volume wise traditionally October is a quieter month on the sales side as brokers and owners are usually busy preparing for the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show after a busy September. Currently active buyers are ready to transact with many yachts looking more attractive post price reduction. For motivated sellers it is also an opportune time when a deal can be made before the winter maintenance period. With the current EUR/USD exchange rate still favoring the American buyers, though not as much as in the 3rd quarter, we expect to have more exciting sales reported in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for our November review.Sponsored by YT PartnersE. ask@yt.partnersT. +44 7442 526545
First Y9 Delivered by YYachts
The new flagship of the German shipyard was delivered to her owners. The 29.71 m sailing yacht shows sporty lines, her exterior design and naval architecture was drawn by Bill Tripp while the interior is the result of a styling by two design studios – Norm Architects and the experience of Design Unlimited. They combined their architectural and yachting experience and created a Scandinavian elegant look for the Y9 that follows the principle of "soft minimalism" – oiled oak and gray fabrics and panels determine the color palette. As all YYachts models, the Y9 is built completely from carbon fiber optimizing performance and making her extremely competitive. With her length of 90 feet, the yacht has an interesting rating and is for sure able to win some trophies at the St Barths Bucket, the Superyacht Cup or the Maxi Rolex Cup.According to Zademack, several discussions with owners were decisive for the development of the Y9: "Actually, customers were interested in 100 feet in length. However, from this size upwards – in my experience – yachts become disproportionately expensive because many custom-built components have to be installed. With our expertise, we have therefore implemented the comfort of a 100-foot yacht on a length of 90 feet. With our new Y9 we are entering the super yacht segment.”The Y9 generates an incomparable volume due to her transversely arranged tender garage in the stern and even has a separate owner's apartment which consists of a private office, a dressing room, a bedroom and a bathroom with double washbasin including a separate shower and a separate toilet. A maximum of privacy is guaranteed, which the owner can enjoy with family or close friends. Great importance was also given to the design of the crew area. The crew cabins on the Y9 have been designed extra large, with well thought-out storage space and an additional crew lounge. The captain's cabin can be converted into a saloon during the day, for example – rooms on the Y9 do not have to have a single predefined purpose.Following this concept, the interior layout options can be customized with the YYachts design department to satisfy all customer’s desires and to preserve the exclusive style of the boat. Incidentally, Y Yachts offers no fewer than five different layouts for the Y9. And it is available on request as a Pilot Saloon version and as a Y9 Custom with almost unlimited freedom of choice when it comes to design.To adjust or set the sails, to fetch the kicker or the luff, all it takes is the push of a button, which is why such a 29.71-meter cruiser can even be sailed by two people. Its performance potential is impressive: the hull speed is beyond twelve knots. The main alone measures 242 sq. m of sail area, the gennaker catches the wind on 617 sq. m. On the passage, speeds of 26 knots were reached, the captain reports. From Greifswald to Cannes took only eleven days, up to 240 nautical miles were mastered in 24 hours. A crew of four was necessary; in cruising and owner mode, two crew members – captain and stewardess – are usually permanently on board.YYachts is a German shipyard that builds carbon sailing yachts between 70 and 100 feet in length. The portfolio consists of the Y7, Y8 and Y9 models; the Custom Division implements completely individual designs.Credits: YYachts
42m Kingship's Ocean's Seven Finds New Owner
Northrop & Johnson has sold the 41.9m Kingship motor yacht Ocean’s Seven with yacht brokers Wes Sanford, Sean Doyle and Ed Dickinson acting on behalf of the seller. The expedition vessel Ocean’s Seven is the fifth yacht finished by Kingship in partnership with Vripack. She is an ideal yacht for offshore cruising and showcases exemplary Dutch craftsmanship. Ocean’s Seven has been extensively operated by her previous owner to many remote locations, a testament to her seaworthy build and worldwide exploration capabilities. In 2015, the yacht underwent a refit that left her in pristine condition. In 2022, she completed her ten-year Lloyds survey.Ocean’s Seven welcomes up to 12 guests in five cabins. The full-beam master suite with a private office is located on the main deck. The lower deck is home to two VIPs and two twin cabins. Ocean’s Seven has crew accommodations for up to 10.The interior of the yacht is modern, open and elegant. Beautiful marble can be seen throughout, and the expansive windows allow guests a front-row view of the yacht’s cruising grounds. Her bridge deck aft is ideal for alfresco dining and entertainment, with a versatile layout of shaded and unshaded areas. Ocean’s Seven’s aft deck has the capacity to store a 6.4m tender, but when it is launched, the area is arranged as a welcoming lounge space. The yacht boasts the ultimate sundeck, complete with a bar, a large hot tub surrounded by sunpads and a dedicated lounge area. Ocean’s Seven’s Caterpillar power, Quantum Zero Speed stabilizers and capable hull design make her extremely comfortable and efficient for all-ocean crossing.The yacht was last asking EUR11,500,000.Credits: Northrop & Johnson
Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 Joins Automobili Lamborghini in the New Lounge in Doha
Tecnomar, a brand of The Italian Sea Group, a global operator in luxury yachting, will join Automobili Lamborghini in its new lounge in Doha with the model of the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63. The floating pop-up lounge located in The Pearl, Doha, will be open to visitors until December 18 from the exclusive Marsa Arabia Marina by invitation only."The Lamborghini Lounge is an exciting opportunity to further nurture interest from the nautical market and beyond in the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 yacht. It will be an opportunity for meetings with exclusive owners and prospects who will come from all over the world, in a special and unique location," commented Giuseppe Taranto, Vice President & CCO of The Italian Sea Group. "Our presence in the Middle East region continues to establish itself quickly and enthusiastically. The positive performance of the sales is further confirmation of the success of this highly innovative yacht, which has now become as futuristic an icon as the car from which it is inspired."The temporary lounge at The Pearl will be open until the end of December.The Italian Sea Group is a global operator in the luxury yachting industry, listed on Euronext Milan (“EXM”) and active in the construction and refit of motor yachts and sailing yachts up to 140 meters. The Company, led by Italian entrepreneur Giovanni Costantino, operates on the market with the brands Admiral, renown for elegant and prestigious yachts, Tecnomar, Perini Navi, and Picchiotti; the Company has a business unit, NCA Refit, that manages the maintenance and refit services for yachts and mega yachts with a length over 60 meters. Credits: The Italian Sea Group
Antarctica’s Wildlife on Board of Tranquility
Camper & Nicholsons offers to explore the wonders of the world’s southernmost continent on board of Tranquility. The 91.5 meter yacht will be available for charter from December 2023 until February 2024. Tranquility joins a growing number of superyachts journeying to the far reaches of the planet to satisfy an increasing appetite for adventurous cruising. “We are all seeing a desire from clients to venture to these distant “untouched” parts of the world. Charter has evolved,” explains Nicole Terry, charter manager. “Guests want to explore and have these once-in-a-lifetime experiences in parts of the world that only a superyacht can take you, and of course Tranquility is more than happy to oblige!”Launched in 2014 by Oceanco, Tranquility is well equipped for the harsh conditions of the Southern Ocean. It has a cruising range of 5,000 nautical miles, is certified to Lloyd’s Ice Class E, and has state-of-the-art navigational equipment with sonars for detecting uncharted rocks and ice growlers. From The Northwest Passage and Greenland to the snow-topped fjords of northern Norway, Tranquility has had ample experience in cold weather cruising and is helmed by Finnish Captains, for whom ice water cruising is almost second nature.Clients can expect to be awed by “the majestic untouched nature, the solitude, the silence, and the feeling of entering another world,” explains Tranquility’s Captain Jan Rautawaara, who is no stranger to these waters. “Being able to visit remote, desolate places, and to see some extraordinary wildlife is a true adventure,” he adds, hoping that bringing guests on an Antarctic expedition will “broaden our own understanding of nature and make us realize how important it is to preserve this fragile life around us.”Tranquility’s exterior and interior designed by Andrew Winch. She features two luxurious salons onboard, and a generous wellness area with fitness center, experiential showers, a massage and treatment room, hair and beauty salon, Hammam steam room, and a Finnish sauna. Tranquility can accommodate 18 guests across nine staterooms, and up to 22 with the use of two convertible cabins. <iframe width=560 height=315 src=https://www.youtube.com/embed/HmY1bk5oLZo title=YouTube video player frameborder=0 allow=accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture allowfullscreen></iframe>The yacht will be available for winter charter season in Antarctica’s frozen beauty USD1,600,000 per week. Credits: Camper & Nicholsons

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