$ 300K price reduction
$ 1,695,000
Broward | 30.5 m | 1997
sold
$ 2,895,000
Horizon | 25.91 m | 2006
sold
April 13, 2018
Motor yacht Engage sold
$ 925,000
Broward | 30.48 m | 1991
back on market with Crow’s Nest
$ 2,690,000
Delta Marine | 25.6 m | 1984
now for sale with Ocean Independence
€ 1,590,000
Tecnomar | 27.2 m | 2008
€ 500K price reduction
€ 3,950,000
Benetti | 30 m | 2008
sold
$ 8,950,000
Weaver Boat Works | 27.43 m | 2017
€ 500K price reduction
€ 3,990,000
Mondomarine | 41.5 m | 2002
$ 504K price reduction
$ 7,995,000
Azimut | 35.5 m | 2011
€ 450K price reduction
€ 4,500,000
Sunseeker | 32.9 m | 2009
sold
$ 7,600,000
Overmarine | 28.72 m | 2016
sold
$ 5,995,00
Outer Reef Yachts | 26.3 m | 2017
back on market with Ocean Independence
€ 2,950,000
Couach | 34.8 m | 2000
agency change
€ 2,800,000
Bugari | 30 m | 2003
$ 1,095K price reduction
$ 16,900,000
Holland Jachtbouw | 42.28 m | 2010
sold
$ 8,100,000
Westport | 39.62 m | 2004
sold
April 10, 2018
Motor yacht Showtime sold
$ 3,675,000
Broward | 38.1 m | 1989
back on market with Burgess
€ 12,900,000
ISA | 47.5 m | 2006
back on market with Gaspard Yachts
€ 2,200,000
Sunseeker | 28 m | 2007
sold
April 9, 2018
Motor yacht Istros sold
€ 1,250,000
De Vries Lentsch | 42.06 m | 1954
back on market with Burgess
€ 85,000,000
Abeking & Rasmussen | 60 m | 2012
back on market with Edmiston
€ 2,500,000
Azimut | 29.87 m | 2008
now listed for sale by YPI
€ 5,000,000
Miss Tor | 45 m | 2007
€ 1,6M price reduction
€ 5,900,000
Factoria Naval De Marin | 55.42 m | 2011

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Top megayachts owned by billionaires and with models aboard at Cannes Film Festival 2018
Celebrating the best names in film and showcasing award-wining superyachts, the 71st edition of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival is set to be the pinnacle of glamour on the 2018 A-list calendar. Superyachts and the Cannes Film Festival go hand in glove. Entertain friends or clients on board your own luxury yacht, with your own venue and accommodation right at the 'front door' to this prestigious event. Cannes is ideal for meeting clients and a corporate charter at the event is not only the ultimate statement but also makes an ideal platform for experiencing the buzz of parties, fine dining and above all, the Cannes allure.It is one of the premier yachting events on the glamourous French Riviera and marks the start of the busy Mediterranean summer season. Previewing new films of all genres, including documentaries, from around the world, it is recognised as one of the most prestigious and publicised film festivals in the world. The invitation-only festival is held annually in May at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrés, where the movie industry's elite step from their motor yachts onto the red carpets that line the quays. The newest and largest yachts act as platforms to host parties with the world's best known entertainers.Top megayachts attended Cannes Film Festival 2018 :1. Eclipse - 162-metre yacht built by Blohm+Voss in 2010 and owned by a Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich with net worth of $11,6 bln.2. Dilbar - 156-metre yacht built by Lurssen in 2016 and owned by a Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov with net worth of $12,7 bln.4. Jubilee - 110-metre yacht built by Oceanco in 2017 and owned by a Qatar Royal Family.5. Quantum Blue - 104-metre yacht built by Lurssen in 2014 and owned by a Russian billionaire Sergey Galitsky with net worth of $3,8 bln.6. Madame Gu - 99-metre yacht built by Feadship in 2013 and owned by a Russian billionaire Andrei Skoch with net worth of $4,9 bln.7. Faith - 96-metre yacht built by Feadship in 2016 and owned by a Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll with net worth of $2,7 bln.Some models were also spotted on the superyacht Faith : 8. Tatoosh - 92-metre yacht built by Nobiskrug in 2001 and owned by an American billionaire Paul Allen with net worth of $19,9 bln. An enormous cruise ship is prepared to throw an opulent 'Casablanca-themed party' this year.
Jho Low ordered to turn over his $250 million 91-metre yacht Equanimity to the US
Malaysian businessman Low Taek Jho was ordered to turn over his $250 million 91.5-metre yacht Equanimity to the US authorities who plan to sail it from Indonesia and sell it in the US. Previously in April, Equanimity seized as captain turned off 'AIS' system to avoid detection, but then U.S. was blocked from seizing the superyacht Equanimity.Dale Fischer - the US district judge in Los Angeles, claimed that her ruling doesn’t impede on the sovereignty of Indonesia where a court last month returned the 91-metre vessel to Low after finding that local police had improperly seized it at the behest of the FBI.“This is not a matter of the US government forcibly seizing property within a foreign country without the proper authority from that country’s government,” Fischer said. The trusts that hold title to the Equanimity on Low’s behalf will be required to turn over the yacht without seizure by the US in Indonesian waters, according to Fischer’s ruling. The trusts can comply with that order, or not, the judge said, “depending on which consequences they prefer”.The trusts were given 30 days to try to challenge the decision because of the unique nature of the proceeding. The yacht is among more than US$1.5 billion in assets that the US claims Low and his accomplices acquired with money they siphoned from the 1MDB sovereign wealth fund.
50-metre Wider 165 yacht Cecilia launched by Wider
In October, 2015 we announced that that Wider 165 Project Cecilia moved into shipyard for fitting. Today, Project Cecilia has been launched at midday in Ancona, in a private event attended by shipyard staff, suppliers and collaborators. A huge day of celebration, this second launch – after the Wider 150 – marks another important milestone for the shipyard.At a sleek 50m LOA (Length of All) and just under 500GT, the elegant all aluminum superyacht has an elongated profile that does not go unnoticed. Designed to accommodate the owner’s long wish list of toys, both inside and out, the Wider 165 satisfies the desires of the most adventurous. In the coming weeks the Wider team will work closely with the technical staff of suppliers to ensure that every aspect of Cecilia meets the same level of excellence that we have achieved so far. The Wider 165, project Cecilia, is available for sale at €30,000,000 euro and will be ready for delivery this summer.Constructed entirely in aluminum, the elegant profile of the Wider 165 was created by the in-house Wider design team in collaboration with Italian yacht designer Fulvio De Simoni. Designed to accommodate the owner’s long wish-list of toys, both inside and out, the Wider 165 will satisfy the desires of the most adventurous, with helipad included. The interior layout, designed by IdeaeItalia in conjunction with the owner’s architect, is packed with more stand out features including a generous study with terrace on the port side, private gym with terrace on the starboard side, a sauna room as well as a spacious and light owner’s cabin and ensuite bathroom. On the foredeck, the helicopter-landing pad, unique to the Wider 165, and circular seating areas set into the superstructure, forward of a large Jacuzzi tub, offer a versatile space that will double as generous dance floor for fun evenings afloat. The stand out feature across the Wider range is the inclusion of a generous Beach Club: the Wider 165 has taken this even further to include an extra space for a sauna as well as the Wider 32 that we have seen on the Wider 150. The entire layout and decor of the vessel has been studied in minute detail to satisfy and exceed the owner’s requirements but also clearly reflects the shipyard’s desire to offer customized projects on standard platforms. The beating heart of the Wider 165’ project is its diesel electric propulsion system combined with a 544kWh Lithium polymer battery bank and Azimuthal pods, which guarantees hugely reduced fuel consumption.Four inline variable speed diesel generators, controlled by the state-of-the-art Wider power management system and the latest battery technology, serve the hotel and propulsion requirements of the vessel. The traditional engine room has been replaced by a Power Generator Room, located in the bow. This leaves the mid ship of the vessel free for larger, more comfortable guest cabins located in the most stable part of the yacht. This arrangement is only possible because of the use of Azimuthal pods, which receive power through an electric cable unlike traditional propulsion systems which have shafts.In addition to space gains, this combination of Diesel Electric combined with Lithium polymer battery banks and Azimuthal pods affords significant advantages compared to conventional shaft-line propulsion. These include: increased reliability, fuel efficiency, greater range, shallow draft, lower noise and vibration, reduced maintenance, greater flexibility.The propulsion system is also completely modular, meaning the Wider 165 can cruise using only the battery packs, in ZEM (Zero Emission Mode), or with up to four inline diesel generators. When fully charged, the battery power is sufficient to power all of the hotel services, including air conditioning, for an overnight stay at anchor or while enjoying the beach in complete silence, with no engines running.A range of 3,100nm is expected at a cruising speed of 12.5kn, increasing to 5,400nm at the ecological speed of 10 knots. The yacht has a maximum speed of 14.1 knots. Also available at Zero Emission Speed, the Wider 165 can run solely on batteries for silent cruising at lower speeds (5 knots), or for short movements, avoiding the need to start generators to move anchorages or for early starts.As with all of the Wider Superyacht range, the onboard power sources are controlled by the Wider Power Management System, a smart and fully integrated system which controls the power supplied by the shore connection, the gen-sets and the battery packs, distributing it between the hotel requirements, the propulsion system and the recharging of batteries, as required. A partner of this project, and the supplier of our Wider Power Management system, is the market-leading, global powerhouse, Nidec (previously Emerson Industrial Automation). The yacht’s intelligent design focuses on minimizing fuel consumption and emissions while maximizing onboard living space, without underestimating the importance of easy maintenance. The material chosen for the entire construction of the Wider 165 is aluminum, a noble, durable metal that, being particularly lightweight, makes it possible to increase the performance/consumption ratio of the yacht and hence achieve a considerable reduction in emissions. Combined with the fact that aluminum is completely recyclable, this helps to reduce the vessel’s footprint on the environment. Aluminum also provides greater freedom during construction as it increases the opportunity for customization, yet considerably shortens production times.Thanks to the collaboration with the architects involved in the project, the interior design corresponds to Wider’s mission of enhancing the connection of the owner and guests to the water at all times through the use of large windows, side-opening balconies and spacious exterior dining and entertaining areas. Architects at IdeaeItalia have worked hard in order to obtain very bright interior spaces combined with warm colours, linear and clean design matched with a perfect balance of wood, glass and leather together with some more ornate details linked to oriental culture, reflecting the taste and background of the owner. The choice of materials used onboard are primarily deep sanded oak, roman travertine stone, premium quality leathers and Italian white marbles. These have been elegantly combined to give a contemporary styled interior with a distinct Italian flair. Among the many unique features on board the Wider 165 are the owner’s private terrace overlooking the sea, which opens off the full-beam master cabin. The sizeable guest quarters comprise four en-suite cabins on the lower deck.The crew of 11, are divided among five cabins on the lower deck and a sizeable cabin for the captain next to the wheelhouse. An ample crew mess complies with the latest standards (LY3) for crew. A central corridor gives direct access to the engine room, located at the furthest point from the guest accommodation.
37-metre 120 Century by Astondoa
The Spanish yard Astondoa revealed the launch of the new 120 Century, the new “jewel of the range” commemorating the centenary of the shipyard. The first unit of the 120 Century is currently under construction and its setting in water is planned for the spring of 2019.With a design developed by the shipyards own design department,Astondoa it is provided again with the collaboration of Cristiano Gatto.The 120 Century plays and combines many style elements of the successful range Century, but with a personality of its own whose result is this magnificent yacht, with dimensions and distribution that reach the level of yachts of great length.It emphasizes its elegant and powerful profile, with generous glazed areas and an innovative design in all its areas. With 37.40 meters, the 120 Century features a magnificent sleeve of 8.30 meters. These dimensions allow us to design a upper deck with a gorgeous Ski lounge and side aisles around that allow you to enjoy without changing the level in the wide deck area, which has a solarium and swimming pool to the open area of the stern. It has been incorporated a modern flybridge with broad areas of solarium.On the main floor we find the amazing full beam shipowner cabin and a lounge with wide windows and large doors of access later and lateral. In its lower deck we can find 4 or 5 cabins, according to the ship-owner’s choices. A modern design of the stern offers us a beach club with a huge garage with side opening.
33-metre 110’ Dolcevita by Riva Yachts debuts at Montecarlo
On the waves and on the track, Riva continues to write the history of the nautical world, leaving a never-ending wake of emotions. The latest masterpiece is the magnificent new Riva 110’ Dolcevita, which debuted at the Yacht Club de Monaco on the occasion of the Grand Prix Historique.Riva 110’ Dolcevita immediately captivates the gaze, which sweeps along of the hull characterised by a combination of aesthetic rigour and sportiness, with a design enhanced by shaped glass windows and chrome inserts. Of particular impact is the expansive hull glazing with integrated portholes and, on the deck, the floor-to-ceiling windows that extend the entire length of the saloon, made of glass panes framed by a steel structure: a true crystal palace on the sea. This majestic flybridge, over 33.5 metres in length, is the result of a collaboration between Officina Italiana Design, the studio founded by Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta that exclusively designs the entire Riva fleet, the Ferretti Group’s Strategic Product Committee, chaired by Piero Ferrari, and the Engineering Department. “‘Dolcevita’ indicates a period and a style that could only be associated with a yacht of unrivalled beauty, one whose appeal will resonate in the yachting world for decades to come,” commented Alberto Galassi, Ferretti Group CEO. “We chose Monte Carlo for its debut, because this is one of the most ‘Dolcevita’ locations in the world, and the Grand Prix Historique, which is an event where legends meet. ‘Dolcevita’ conjures up a dream world that the Riva 110’, in all its splendour, personifies to perfection. It pays tribute to a wonderfully carefree period of history, brought back to life in a magnificent vessel that is the perfect synthesis of the traditional and the modern.”From 11th to 13th May, yacht owners and vintage car enthusiasts, fascinated by the impressive combination of four-wheeled legends and the new masterpiece of the sea, had a chance to admire the new flagship of the Riva fleet presented in its world premiere – and already a big commercial success – at the Yacht Club de Monaco, featuring a number of extremely rare and gorgeous specimens of Ferrari Classic and a memorable event inspired by the “Dolce Vita” theme.

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