$ 2M price reduction
$ 11,500,000
Overmarine | 49.9 m | 2008
sold
$ 8,495,000
Oceanfast | 50 m | 1989
€ 350K price reduction
€ 4,950,000
Royal Huisman | 34.17 m | 2000
back on market with HMY
$ 6,750,000
Breaux Baycraft | 37.8 m | 1979
€ 500K price reduction
€ 1,250,000
Feadship | 28.04 m | 1957
$ 450K price reduction
$ 6,500,000
Kuipers | 28.83 m | 2003
back on market
€ 13,750,000
Fitzroy Yachts | 37.5 m | 2014
€ 255K price reduction
€ 3,495,000
Comar | 31 m | 2011
sold
$ 3,599,000
Lazzara | 32.22 m | 2004
€ 300K price reduction
€ 1,650,000
Svendborg Skibsværft | 25.65 m | 1973
€ 1M price reduction
€ 6,900,000
Lubeck Yachts | 35.5 m | 2011
sold
€ 3,600,000
Jongert | 31 m | 2005
€ 550K price reduction
€ 22,950,000
Royal Falcon Fleet | 41.14 m | 2019
sold
$ 26,500,000
Heesen | 46.7 m | 2012
back on market
€ 29,500,000
Wider | 49.56 m | 2018
sold
€ 1,950,000
H2X | 30 m | 2004
sold
€ 26,000,000
Sanlorenzo | 47 m | 2021
sold
April 28, 2022
Motor yacht Apollo I sold
€ 1,695,000
Sunseeker | 28 m | 2007
sold
$ 14,500,000
Benetti | 44.19 m | 2009
€ 500,000 price reduction
€ 4,450,000
Green Marine | 34.97 m | 2003
new to market
€ 49,500,000
Abeking & Rasmussen | 60 m | 2011
back on market
$ 31,500,000
Westport | 50 m | 2011
€ 200,000 price reduction
€ 1,750,000
Falcon Yachts | 27.6 m | 2011
back on market with Edmiston&Company
€ 17,500,000
Feadship | 39 m | 2003

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T60 To Be Built by Baglietto
At this year’s Monaco Yacht Show Baglietto presented the Seagull brand’s new yacht T60, penciled by Francesco Paszkowski Design. It was unveiled at the press conference during the boat show. 60 meters long and weighing around 1,000 GT, the T60 is the natural evolution of the successful T52, for which the shipyard has already secured six orders without having even launched the first hull yet. On this vessel, the soft exterior lines of her predecessor have become even sleeker thanks to the lighter side buttresses that almost seem to be “hanging” on the water, blending in with the outer ceiling, while the black glass stripe incorporating the portholes – a leitmotiv on Baglietto’s most recent yachts – results in an even more streamlined profile.The layout is brand-new – there are no enclosed spaces on this yacht: the floor-to-ceiling windows of both the main saloon and the upper deck open up completely and, once fully concealed, create new, ever-changing environments that harmonize with the surrounding landscape. The same informal areas that during the day allow to spend time outdoors and enjoy the sea to the fullest are easily converted to take on a more formal and stately ambience in the evening, always maintaining a direct contact with the sea. The beach area, the main saloon and the dining area have been thought out as one single free-flowing space: a 60 sq. m beach lounge – featuring a swimming pool, a bar and a conversation area – welcomes guests on board and leads them to the completely opened main salon. The resulting space is an almost 100 sq. m space developing on two levels plus the dining room, also fitted with glazed surfaces that can be fully opened to create a living area on the water, where guests can relax both during the day and in the evening.On the upper deck are a lounge area and a dining area – also fully convertible thanks to windows that open up completely on three sides – as well as a hot tub and a sunbathing area. At the bow the designer placed a touch-and-go helipad. The sundeck extends over an unmatched 165 sq. m terrace offering a 360° sea view.The owner suite might be located on the main deck. This master cabin features an en-suite night area, a private lounge and a fixed balcony. The shipyard also proposes an alternative configuration, with the entire upper deck transformed into the owner's deck.Four guest cabins, two VIPs and two guests, are located on the lower deck. Forward on the same deck are also the crew quarters, sleeping 11 crew members in six cabins, while the captain’s cabin is on the upper deck, behind the wheelhouse.The garage, which can fit a 23″ tender, two jet skis and a rescue tender, has been arranged forward on the main deck, while a haute-cuisine kitchen can be found in the central part of the vessel.The T60 is equipped with two CAT C32 ACERT engines that will push her to a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots and is pre-fitted for hybrid propulsion, available upon request.The delivery of the new yacht is scheduled for the end of 2025.Baglietto Spa is an Italian boat builder based in La Spezia specializing in new aluminum light alloy yachts ranging between 35m and 50m in length and steel and light aluminum alloy displacement megayachts starting at 40m.Credits: Baglietto
85m Сustom Project Oro Presented by Benetti
During the Monaco Yacht Show Benetti presented an 85 meter concept Project Oro with the exterior and interior made by Giorgio M Cassetta and hybrid propulsion. The fully custom concept was developed to meet a range of design requests made by Benetti's clients. Project OroThe yacht spreads across five decks and offers an abundance of alfresco entertaining areas, a 400 sq. m sundeck and a large beach club with unfolding sea terraces on both sides and terraces. The main deck and the beach club are connected by two staircases. The transverse swimming pool is located in the aft. Project OroWith 85m LOA and an interior volume of around 2,500 GT Project Oro would be Benetti’s sixth largest custom vessel ever built by Benetti. During the 31st edition of the Monaco Yacht Show, Benetti also unveiled the new B.Now 50M M/Y Iryna and Custom 65M M/Y Triumph.IrynaM/Y Iryna FB602, the first unit of the B.Now 50M, combines modernity, innovation and functionality, inaugurating a range that includes, in addition to the 50-meter, three models of 60, 67 and 72 meters. The yacht was made by Benetti with the RWD design studio, responsible for the exteriors. The external lines, in a visual harmony of the decks from stern to bow, develop in constant contact with the sea.TriumphCustom 65M M/Y Triumph FB270 is one of the most recent megayachts launched by Benetti. Developed over 65 meters in length, it features 5 enclosed decks plus a sundeck extending in an extremely balanced ratio between volumes and length. The exterior lines are the work of Cassetta Yacht Designers, Benetti’s style office took care of the interiors and the Green & Mingarelli Design studio handled the decoration. Triumph offers high hull efficiency and ensures quiet sailing for long-range travel. Founded in 1873, Benetti is the oldest Italian shipyard specializing in luxury yachts. Benetti designs, builds and sells composite vessels from 29m to 44m and steel and aluminum boats from 37 to over 100m. The fleet consists of five categories: Class, Oasis, B.Yond, B.Now and Custom to meet all the needs of the market. Benetti belongs to the Azimut|Benetti Group, the largest privately owned luxury yachting group in the world.Credits: Benetti
A Closer Look  at Meyer Yachts 210m Concept TWO10
­During the Monaco Yacht Show 2022 Meyer Yachts, the superyacht division of the Meyer Werft shipyard, revealed its newest 210m concept. The TWO10 will feature sustainable propulsion solutions. The profile of the TWO10 is kept flat; however, a look at the decks illustrates the yacht's enormous size. Technically the TWO10 relies on green propulsion solutions, for example with fuel cells and battery systems. "Here we show once again what innovations Meyer Yachts is capable of. We design our concepts in such a way that we can also make them a reality in this form. This makes our yachts technology pioneers from which many other types of ships and people will also benefit," explains Jan Meyer, Managing Director. The entire design of the TWO10 focused on novel solutions. In perspective, drones can also be used for passenger transport on the helipad in the bow area and charged directly on board with the green electricity generated onboard. Thanks to the generous space available, there is also room for a complete tennis court, which is fenced in by a fine-mesh net during play. The TWO10's other features include a beach club that extends over two decks and has an infinity pool suspended virtually above the bar. Towards stern swimming guests look thereby by the largest disk, which was ever used also a yacht. The TWO10 concept is the second design after the 150 meter ONE50, which was revealed at last year's Monaco Yacht Show.Meyer Yachts is the superyacht division of the Meyer Werft shipyard. The company was founded in Papenburg in 1795, and our shipyard facilities are still located there to this day. The Meyer family has kept its shipbuilding company on course for 225 year. Meyer Werft is one of the largest and most modern shipyards in the world. Credits: Meyer Yachts
55m Project Serena Sold by Heesen
Heesen has sold the 55-meter Steel FDHF (YN 20555). The client, an experienced yachtsman, was introduced by Arcon Yachts Monaco. Project Serena has muscular exterior lines from Frank Laupman at Omega Architects and a generous enclosed volume of 760GT. Despite the fact that Project Serena is the seventh in this line, she has a number of features that distinguish it from sister ships. A larger expanse of floor-to-ceiling glass, without mullions, in the main saloon and sky lounge, gives a slightly more aggressive look to the profile, thanks to continuous sheets of tinted glass. The horizontal lines stretch the optical length and balance the air draft. Frank Laupman managed to retain the family look and feel, whilst giving it an elegant and refreshing touch. The design includes a French balcony in the owners’ apartment on the main deck forward, less formal layouts for the outdoor areas that focus on alfresco dining, additional stairways for more fluid circulation, and an extended sun deck layout for additional floor space.Luca Dini Design and Architecture have worked closely with Omega’s team and Heesen’s engineers to optimize the internal layout, make the most out of the 760 GT and enhance the floor-to-ceiling windows. Luca Dini and his team will work on further personalizing the interior design to incorporate the owners’ lifestyle and taste. “This is the second yacht in the 55-meter steel series sold by Arcon, which is an astounding achievement!” comments Friso Visser, Heesen CCO. “The 55-meter steel series is proving to be a remarkably successful yacht – it is big enough to accommodate the luxury expected of a superyacht, and yet small enough to access the more intimate Mediterranean ports. Guests can feel at home during long passages, but also in exclusive places such as Portofino or St. Tropez. We are delighted that such an experienced client appreciated the many qualities of this yacht at first sight!”Like her fore sisters, Project Serena’s beauty lies also below the waterline. The ultra-efficient FDHF devised by van Oossanen and engineered by Heesen’s in-house specialists will deliver reduced fuel consumption and supreme comfort in rough waters. Two MTU 8V4000 M63 IMO III of 1000 kW each will deliver a maximum speed of 15.5 knots and a transatlantic range of 4.500 nautical miles at 13 knots. Project Serena will be delivered in Fall 2024.Heesen Yachts is a Dutch ship building company that specializes in custom-built superyachts in aluminum and steel from 30m to 70m in size. Founded in 1978, it has launched more than 170 yachts since its inception.Credits: Heesen Yachts
Keel Laid for New Admiral Galileo 82m Megayacht
Admiral has announced the keel laying of the new Admiral Galileo 82 meters mega yacht. The sale of this motor yacht, completed in December 2021 through the US broker FGI Yachts, marked The Italian Sea Group’s official entrance in the US market for large yachts, consolidating the Group’s position as a reference global player in the sector.The expansion of The Italian Sea Group’s commercial presence in the States has continued with the opening of the first flagship store in East Hampton – Long Island and with the inauguration, in September, of the first After Sales point in Miami, Florida, at the time of delivery of the first Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 in the US.The new Admiral Galileo mega yacht, in steel and aluminum, has been designed by The Italian Sea Group’s own Centro Stile in collaboration with Bannenberg Rowell Design, who curated the interior design.Exteriors are characterized by elegant and sinuous lines, big spaces on four decks and large windows. She can accommodate 12 guests and 28 crew members on board. A 130 sq. m upper deck entirely dedicated to the owner’s cabin. She also features the living rooms for over 100 sq. m on each deck, a waterfall linking two of the four pools on board, one of which is 7.5x3.5 meters long, one underwater cinema lounge and a beach area with gym, spa, and massage room.Another unique element of innovation is represented by the long glass corridor which goes through the engine room, making it an integral part of the environment and enhancing its engineering beauty, as well as connecting the spa area with the upper deck foyer.“The keel laying ceremony is always a special moment in the construction of a yacht, especially for a custom-made project of such dimensions and such innovative characteristics, both from an aesthetic and an engineering point of view,” commented Giovanni Costantino, Founder & CEO of The Italian Sea Group.The delivery of the new Admiral Galileo is scheduled for July 2025.Admiral Yachts – flagship brand of The Italian Sea Group, global operator of the international nautical industry, specialized in the construction of yachts and ships up to 100 meters. Present in the yacht market, Admiral has launched 147 yachts over the years. Since 1966 The Italian Sea Group has launched over 583 yachts.Credits: The Italian Sea Group

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