sold
$ 3,700,000
Sunseeker | 28 m | 2016
back on market
$ 5,750,000
Hitachi Zosen | 36.58 m | 1985
back on market
€ 2,350,000
Denizcilik | 39 m | 1975
sold
€ 8,700,000
Palmer Johnson | 45.97 m | 2007
€ 100K price reduction
€ 3,250,000
San Lorenzo | 27.61 m | 2009
back on market with Camper&Nicholsons
€ 3,750,000
Toughs Shipyard | 45 m | 1987
back on market with Bernard Gallay
€ 1,100,000
Heesen | 28.2 m | 1989
$ 550K price reduction
$ 3,950,000
Hargrave | 30.78 m | 2009
new to market with Merle Wood
$ 9,995,000
Benetti | 28.96 m | 2019
€ 700K price reduction
€ 6,900,000
Perini Navi | 45.3 m | 2006
sold
July 7, 2020
Motor yacht Obo sold
€ 6,700,000
Tansu | 35.2 m | 2010
sold
€ 2,050,000
Overmarine | 33.5 m | 2004
$ 1M price reduction
$ 4,600,000
AllSeas | 28.04 m | 2010
back on market with Denison Yachting
$ 6,900,000
Heesen | 36.99 m | 1986
back on market with IYC
€ 2,590,000
Ferretti | 30.95 m | 2002
sold
$ 8,499,000
Hargrave | 38.1 m | 2013
back on market with Worth Avenue
$ 7,950,000
Cheoy Lee | 38 m | 2003
back on market with Denison Yachting
$ 2,799,000
Nordlund Yachts | 29.26 m | 1994
sold
$ 3,950,000
Horizon | 32 m | 2013
sold
June 30, 2020
Motor yacht Me sold
$ 6,985,000
IAG | 38 m | 2014
back on market with Ocean Independence
€ 3,300,000
Baglietto | 32 m | 2001
sold
June 25, 2020
Motor yacht Alaina sold
$ 1,495,000
Sunseeker | 24.99 m | 2004
sold
June 25, 2020
Motor yacht Yvonne sold
€ 6,490,000
Ferretti | 28.31 m | 2015
€ 2M price reduction
€ 13,900,000
Acico Yachts | 49.18 m | 2012

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New delivery: Feadship 99.95 m superyacht Moonrise
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