$ 4M price reduction
$ 28,000,000
Cantieri Navale Ferrari | 90.6 m | 1989
sold
November 22, 2022
Motor yacht Ocean's Seven sold
€ 11,500,000
Kingship Marine | 42 m | 2012
sold
November 21, 2022
Motor yacht Evil Zana sold
€ 6,950,000
Sunseeker | 38.4 m | 2010
sold
November 18, 2022
Motor yacht Sea Century sold
€ 2,950,000
Benetti | 34.95 m | 1999
back on market with Burgess
€ 20,800,000
Codecasa | 51 m | 2011
$ 4.2M price reduction
$ 79,800,000
Pride Mega Yachts | 88.8 m | 2018
$ 1.5M price reduction
$ 14,450,000
Feadship | 48.18 m | 1997
sold
November 11, 2022
Motor yacht Insomnia sold
£ 4,600,000
Sunseeker | 26.3 m | 2020
€ 650K price redution
€ 6,300,000
Oyster Yachts | 30.8 m | 2011
sold
€ 6,800,000
Benetti | 36.9 m | 2009
sold
November 3, 2022
Motor yacht White Star sold
€ 13,950,000
Trinity Yachts | 49.9 m | 2005
sold
November 3, 2022
92m motor yacht Tatoosh sold
€ 90,000,000
Nobiskrug | 92.42 m | 2001
sold
November 3, 2022
Sailing yacht Twizzle sold
€ 39,900,000
Royal Huisman | 57.5 m | 2010
sold
$ 3,485,000
Ocean Alexander | 25.91 m | 2010
back on market
$ 9,995,000
NQEA Shipyards | 44.2 m | 2004
back on market
€ 7,850,000
Nishii Zosen - Sterling | 43.59 m | 1985
back on market
€ 21,500,000
Turquoise Yachts | 50.4 m | 2013
back on market
$ 15,500,000
Benetti | 40.24 m | 2016
back on market
$ 6,900,000
Holland Jachtbouw | 32 m | 2004
sold
$ 3,799,000
Lazzara | 34.14 m | 2004
back on market
$ 24,950,000
Trinity Yachts | 58.22 m | 2009
sold
€ 1,650,000
Svendborg Skibsværft | 25.65 m | 1973
sold
October 19, 2022
Motor yacht Gelato sold
€ 9,600,000
Sanlorenzo | 36.5 m | 2017
back on market
€ 3,950,000
Ferretti | 30.78 m | 2007

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Electric Silent Tender 400 Launched by Silent-Yachts
Silent-Yachts launches the new Silent Tender 400. Designed by the Silent-Yachts team, it is the first dedicated tender design from the successful electric yachting brand. Though it measures 4.0m from transom to bow, the tender borrows a number of the style cues from Silent-Yachts’ much larger 60ft and 80ft electric catamarans. There are the angular, contemporary lines, the rebated bulwark and signature black and white finish. And extreme efficiency.Its carbon fiber lay-up ensures that the hull of the sporty-looking tender weighs no more than 90kg. That means it is lighter to lift out using the hydraulic bathing platform of a Silent 60, easier for the mother ship to carry and crucially, far more efficient to propel through the water.“It follows the same design principles as our award-winning electric yachts, with dimensions that enable it to fit both the Silent 60 series and Silent 80 series yachts. What is more, the hull gives passengers a really dry ride, even at speed and in confused seas,” says Michael Köhler, founder and CEO. Designed to carry six people with ease, the Silent Tender 400 was conceived as the ultimate tender for the solar-powered Silent 60 series yachts. But those same characteristics that suit it for the task are just as likely to appeal to those looking for a fun electric runabout or an efficient tender for a conventional yacht.Designed with a central console, the simple, intuitive controls will appeal to the whole family. All it takes is a throttle, leather-padded wheel and a display showing speed, heading and depth. Meanwhile, the driver’s seat is flanked by two other seats for shared moments on the water, and there are two bow seats – all provided with practical hand holds. Boarding is via a step in the lowered bulwarks amidships.Owners are able to choose between various inboard and outboard propulsion options. Inboard power comes via a 20kW electric waterjet, offering extremely low draught and ease of handling. With the sportier outboard, input power is either 20kW or 30kW, depending on the package selected. The higher rated motor is capable of propelling the boat at more than 20 knots, for an exciting, sporty ride.Battery capacity is also a matter of choice. For performance reasons, Silent-Yachts has engineered the boat to carry either a standard 16kWh lithium battery or an upgraded 20kWh unit for more range. At a 10-knot cruising speed, expect a minimum of 2 hours’ drive time. Fast on-board charging can replenish the battery in just 2.5 hours.According to Köhler the shipyard is already working on a larger 5.1m electric tender, specifically designed to fit the garage of the Silent 80 series yachts. Silent-Yachts is producing the world’s first fully solar-sustainable oceangoing production catamaran yachts. They are powered exclusively by solar energy and capable of cruising up to 100 miles per day. In 2009, founders Heike and Michael Köhler, who have spent 6,000 days cruising more than 75,000 miles all around the world, launched the Solarwave 46, the first fully self-sufficient blue-water catamaran after years of testing solar-powered propulsion, and they have been building boats ever since. Credits: Silent-Yachts
New electric Persico Zagato 100.2 Revealed by Persico Marine
Persico Marine and Zagato Atelier created the Persico Zagato 100.2, an innovative eight-meter hyperboat featuring aesthetic purity of design, the highest technology, and revolutionary DeepSpeed electric jet propulsion from the Italian start-up Sealence.The boat will have a classic planing hull with an optimized design by naval architect and founder of Leading Edge, Davide Leone.The design, developed by Zagato in collaboration with Micheletti + Partners is essential, and the boat will be a collector’s piece: only nine units will be produced, each of a different and unique color. The PZ 100.2 will be built in Nembro with the composite materials and will have a total displacement of only 2,500 kg. The first PZ 100.2 is expected to be delivered at the end of 2023. Persico Marine was founded in 1976. It's part of Persico Group and has two production sites in Italy, in Nembro and Massa Carrara. Persico Marine builds custom sailing yachts for the world's most renowned racing teams and private owners, and have worked on racing yachts for the America's Cup, the Volvo Ocean Race, the Maxi 72 class and many others.Credits: Persico Marine
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
New Majesty 72 and Silvercraft 32 WA To Showcase at Abu Dhabi International Boat Show 2022
Gulf Craft will present its new Majesty 72 and Silvercraft 32 WA (“WalkAround”) models at the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show 2022, which will be held from 24 to 27 November. The manufacturer will also be displaying a broad line up of its luxurious Majesty Yachts and Silvercraft range of leisure, fishing, and family boats.Majesty 7221.99m Majesty 72 is the latest model to the iconic Majesty Yachts. She fills the gap between the Majesty 62 and the best-selling superyacht Majesty 100.Her exterior is made by Gulf Craft’s in-house design team. The exterior entertainment areas are relatively larger within the segment with ample space on the fly-bridge. With an optional hydraulic swim platform and comfortable crew quarters, the Majesty 72 is an elegant fly-bridge motor yacht with a large fun factor and true cruising ambitions.Majesty 72The interiors are the work of the latest collaboration between Majesty Yachts and Netherlands-based Phathom Studio. Powered by a Twin MAN V8-1200 engine, the Majesty 72 is capable of achieving a top speed of up to 30 knots and is able to comfortably navigate shallow waters at a draft of 1.23m. Silvercraft 32 WAMeasuring 9.85m, the Silvercraft 32 WA’s stellar aesthetics inspired by the region’s passion for family days out on the sea and fishing, the yacht has unrivaled ergonomics and an evolved design to enhance the overall cruising experience. The perfect boat for a day in the sun or as a weekender with a cabin that includes an open area forward that converts into a queen-size berth, a well-equipped galley, and a generously sized en-suite.With an option of twin 300HP or 400HP Outboard engines, the Silvercraft 32 WA provides a smooth ride with a top speed of up to 42 knots and excellent fuel economy. At a shallow draft of 0.59m, she provides an extremely stable ride and ease of maneuverability in all seasons or varied weather conditions.“Across our 40 years, we have built a strong foothold both locally and internationally by providing our customers with a wide array of vessels. Whilst our superyachts continue to intrigue customers around the world – especially with the Majesty 160 and Majesty 111 – which were both announced this year, we have also had a terrific response to our leisure line range of vessels locally and in the region. As a result of this demand, we have decided to expand our offering with the introduction of two new models to provide our customers with more choice to find the perfect boat or yacht to suit their needs,” says Mohamed Hussein Alshaali, Gulf Craft’s Chairman. Since the company’s inception in 1982, Gulf Craft has grown to become one of the top seven shipyards in the world: once a builder of small fishing boats in its modest premises, which was a genuine passion for Gulf Craft, they then established their credentials as a leader of innovation and technology in the yachting industry. With five brands in their product portfolio ranging from 31 to 175 feet, Gulf Craft manufactures yachts and boats that appeal to a wide audience, such as touring passenger vessels, Silvercraft family day boats, Oryx Sport Cruisers, Nomad Explorer Yachts, and the flagship Majesty Yachts.Credits: Gulf Craft
18m Entry Model Catamaran Introduced by VisionF Yachts
Istanbul-based VisionF Yachts has added an entry model to its collection of motor catamarans. The new 18-meter VisionF 60 will be built of GRP, unlike its bigger sister the VisionF 80 which is an all-aluminum yacht. Both the exterior and interior design have been penned in-house.A major attraction of the VisionF 60 is that the maximum beam of 10 meters remains constant from bow to stern, which translates into huge living spaces on the main deck and fly deck. The design draft is a shallow 0.65 meters fully loaded.A lounging spot with a comfy lounge and dinette area with the access directly from the main saloon located on the open foredeck. The main deck aft is set up for al fresco dining. A hi-lo platform in the stern can accommodate a tender for ship-to-shore transfers and when the tender is in the water the platform provides easy access to the water for swimmers. A generous fly bridge, which is reached from the aft deck, offers a space for partying or quietly sunbathing. "Clients can choose between having the galley on main deck or in one of the hulls, and from multiple accommodation options, including four or three double cabins (including a spacious master stateroom) with two doubles and a kid’s cabin, or a guest cabin can be used a gym," comments Coskun Bayraktar, VisionF Yachts founder. The standard version will be powered by 2 x 360hp Volvo Penta IPS 600 diesel engines for a maximum speed of approximately 21 knots. Solar panels can be added to the deckhouse roof to provide clean renewable energy for powering some of the hotel loads. Battery banks for storing electrical energy come with an integrated battery management system.Construction of the first VisionF 60 is due to begin in early 2023 with delivery available in spring 2024.VisionF Yachts in Turkey was set up by Coşkun Bayraktar in Istanbul in 2019, but despite the shipyard’s relative youth it is a brand that is going places in the power catamaran world. In November 2020, VisionF Yachts debuted its first vessel, the VisionF 80. Credits: VisionF Yachts

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