In a digital world where we are constantly flooded with price reduction announcements, yacht sales and new listings, it can be easy to let an opportunity slip away. To kick off 2017 right, we have located some of the best possible bargains on the market right now.




Length: 47m (154ft)

First listed: $22,900,000 (2009)

Now asking: $14,900,000

Launched in 2001 by US shipyard, Christensen, One More Toy benefitted from a refit in 2007. She was then listed for sale in May 2009 asking $22,9m and, after five price reductions, she is now asking just 65% of her original price.




Length: 45.7m (150ft)

First listed: $23,900,000 (2009)

Now asking: $14,499,000

Delivered by US-based Trinity Yachts in 2002, Carpe Diem was listed for sale in 2009 ahead of the delivery of her owner's larger 58.2-meter Trinity. Upon the new flagship's launch, she was renamed to Carpe Diem II and underwent a series of price reductions leading to her current $14,499,000 asking price. In 2015, she benefitted from a €1.5m refit giving her a completely new interior.




Length: 45.4m (149ft)

First listed: €25,000,000 (2010)

Now asking: €9,950,000

Built by Chile's Asenav shipyard in 2006, Atmosphere can accommodate 28 guests in 14 cabins. Amongst her facilities are also a spa, sauna and a helipad. Listed for sale asking €25m in 2010, her asking price was slashed by €9m in 2011 and reduced once again in 2014 leading to her current €9,95m asking price, less than half of the original.




Length: 42m (138ft)

First listed: $14,950,000 (2010)

Now asking: $9,950,000

Built by the Canadian, Richmond Yachts in 2004 as hull #2 in the Status Quo series, she recently benefitted from a major interior refit in 2014 and completed her ABS survey in November 2015. Listed for sale in February 2010 asking $14,95m, she underwent a series of price reduction and an agency change in 2016 leading to her current asking price.




Length: 39m (130ft)

First listed: €12,500,000 (2009)

Now asking: €6,700,000

The #8 hull in Overmarine's popular Mangusta 130 series, Aset can reach a top speed of 32 knots propelled by two MTU engines of 3,645hp each. Having first entered the brokerage market in October 2009, she switched central agencies in 2011 and got a near 50% price reduction as recently as July 2016. 




Length: 38m (125ft)

First listed: $7,900,000 (2010)

Now asking: $2,899,000

Christened VW2 when launched by Norship in 1994 with her Mulder-designed exterior, the GRP-built yacht is capable of reaching 32 knots. Listed in March 2010 asking $7,9m, her engines and generators were rebuilt later that year during a refit. Four price reductions and an agency change later, she is asking just $2,899,000.




Length: 37.3m (122ft)

First listed: €10,950,000 (2013)

Now asking: €6,950,000

Built in 2006 as part of Heesen's popular 3700 series, G-Force can accommodate 12 guests in 5 cabins and reach a maximum speed of 31 knots. First listed for sale at €10,95m by Burgess in 2013, her asking price was then reduced in 2015 down to €9,95m before being slashed to just €6,950,000 in 2016.




Length: 36m (120ft)

First listed: €9,900,000 (2011)

Now asking: €5,500,000

Hull #6 of Palmer Johnson's popular 120 series designed by Nuvolari & Lenard, Izumi was launched in May 2008. Listed for sale in 2011, she went through a series of price reductions leading up to her current asking price of €6,5m.




Length: 34m (110ft)

First listed: €8,400,000 (2011)

Now asking: €3,950,000

Built in the Netherlands in 2011, Annagine allies performance with comfort. Accommodating up to 8 guests in 4 cabins, the aluminium sloop has a cruising speed of 11 knots. Listed for €8,4m in 2011, her price was reduced several times down to the €3,95m she is asking today. A Red Bull team member once base jumped from her mast.




Length: 28m (93ft)

First listed: €8,000,000 (2011)

Now asking: €1,950,000

The #25 hull in Overmarine's popular Mangusta 92 series, Geni has had one owner since delivered in 2008, is in turn key condition and VAT paid. Listed for sale asking €8m in October 2011, she is now asking just a fraction of her original asking price.

Latest News

New interior details of the first high-tech Azimut superyacht Magellano 25 Metri
Italian builder Azimut Yachts has completed the Azimut Magellano 25 Metri and revealed first look images of the boat. She is their first 25.2-metre pocket superyacht, which was created in collaboration with interior designer and architect Vincenzo De Cotiis. Exterior designer Ken Freivokh was responcible for “chic and sophisticated” exterior lines.Built in GRP and carbon fibre, the pocket superyacht was created to "convey the feeling of a penthouse overlooking the sea" because of her fully glazed superstructure, the yard said.The vessel can accommodate up to 10 guests across five cabins including an owner’s suite, which features a walk-in wardrobe and polished brass details, two VIPs located on the lower deck, one double and one convertible twin cabin.There are other stylish highlight of the boat design such as “retro-style” windows in the hull and slatted teak panels either side of the aft deckhouse. There is a large lounge area and an ‘infinity terrace’ at the bow area, which is perfect for warm weather cruising with sofas, converting into sunbeds and a bar aft and an outside dining under a retractable sunroof. The boat features twin MAN engines with 1,400 hp each, a Humpree electric fin stabilisation system, and a V-Drive in-line transmission. She can reach a top speed 25 knots or cruise at 21 knots.
New delivery: CPN’s  37m explorer yacht K-584
Italian shipyard CPN is happy to announce the on-schedule delivery of the 36.6-metre explorer yacht K-584, which happened on 31st July.Cristiana Belardinelli, owner of CPN, commented:It has been an amazing and very challenging experience to go through the full design, development and building process, lived very directly also by the clients. Looking at this brilliant jewel like K-584 leaving our dock and taking the sea on August 1st made myself and our family so proud, a truly priceless moment.The project was overseen by Yachting Expertise who was involved since the project development stages K-584 features naval architecture by Yachting Expertise engineer Antonio Longobardi. Andrea Vallicelli and Alessandro Nazareth are responcible for her exterior design.Gianluca Fenucci from Yachting Expertise said:K-584 is a great and unique story of human relationship, ambition, professionalism, respect, intense teamwork and the love for the work we do since three decades, always with the same professionalism, passion and dedicationition, professionalism, respect, intense teamwork and the love for the work we do since three decades, always with the same professionalism, passion and dedication.Yachting Expertise had the responsibility to keep all these values well balanced and timely deliver a very innovative project that we trust will raise the bar to another level with her personality, elegance and amazing performance. She is a beauty, strong, very efficient and very easy to be operated. What else do you need to be happy and enjoy yachting? Today we are very satisfied to have been able to reach once again the difficult task to make “everybody happy”, including ourselves at YE, and to be back to the yachting arena with a project that is different from everything else and that will set a new standard.K-584 is powered with twin MAN D2868 LE 425 715hp engines which helps her to reach a top speed of 14.4 knots and an autonomous range of 6,000 nautical range at 10 knots.The motor boat features a 6-metre Tideman tender on her aft deck where a two-tonne HS-Marine crane takes care of launching and retrieving operations. There is a large swim platform with an adjacent fully-equipped diving area lower aft deck. The motor yacht can accommodate up to 10 peoplewith 5 crew members. The owner's stateroom with a private outdoor terrace is located on the upper deck. Guest can stay in two VIP and two additional guest staterooms. Pierluigi Floris, supported by Yachting Expertise partner Lorenzo Barbini and collaborating with the owners, created the design of all guest areas on board.The owner commented: For an owner’s perspective, the realisation of a project like K-584 starts with a dream that you try to transform into reality. You start by listening to your heart and after using your brain.Three intense years with all the parties involved are totally focused to reach the best results with regard to style, technical performance and seaworthiness. Almost three years that make the shipyard your second home, this is the feeling my wife and I had. Now that all personal, technical and comfort expectations have been exceeded, we have the privilege and great pleasure to enjoy this superb jewel. Viva CPN, viva K-584, we look forward to the next challenge.
Sold: matte black 34m Mangusta 108 superyacht Neoprene
It is impossible not to notice this eye-catching matte black 33.5-metre Mangusta 108 motor yacht Neoprene (ex: Naisca V), which has been recently sold. Dimitris Kyriazakos from Ekka Yachts was representing the buyer and Ed Dickinson and David Seal from Northrop & Johnson were representing the seller in the deal.Neoprene was built by Overmarine in Italy at their Viareggio shipyard in 2002. With a beam of 7.1 m and a draft of 1.2 m, she is powered by two MTU 12V 4000 M90 diesel engines, enabling her a maximum speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. She features an exterior design by Italian studio Stefano Righini Design, with naval architecture by Andrea Bacigalupo and Overmarine. Her light-warm and neutral timeless interior design was created by Barth Italy, which was renewed from the last refit in 2017, thanks to Monaco Marine.The motor yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests across four staterooms, comprising a master suite with king-sized bed and walk-in wardrobe, VIP stateroom with a double bed, another double bed stateroom and a quadruple stateroom with four bunk beds. A crew of 5 members will take care of guests.There are sun-pads located on the foredeck shaded by an optional canopy with an outdoor dining space aft.
CdM revealed interior of 31m yacht Archipelago
Let’s take a look inside the new 31.1-metre explorer yacht Archipelago, which is the fifth Darwin 102 to come from the Italian superyacht manufacturer Cantiere delle Marche.The boat has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure built to RINA Class standards. Her naval architecture and exterior styling comes from Hydro Tec.Francesco Guida is responsible for her interior design with a sea theme of white, blue and green. Archipelago offers accommodation for 10 guests across five en-suite cabins, including a large owner's suite on the main deck, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins and 1 twin cabin. The crew of 6 will provide luxury comfort for of guests. Vasco Buonpensiere, co-founder and Sales and Marketing Director of CdM, commented:We are very proud of launching the fifth Darwin Class 102' confirming that there is no other more successful explorer vessel’s model between 90 and 110 feet in the whole market.There is a large open-plan living room with dining area on the main deck. The upper deck has the storage for the yacht's Williams Dieseljet D565 tender and wheelhouse. Also here you can find the helm controls forward with the Captain's cabin immediately behind, followed by the cozy skylounge, which is ideal for close conversation.Archipelago is powered with twin Caterpillar Inc C18 Acert engines delivering 500kW each, which helps her to reach a top speed of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 11.5 knots. The yacht has an extensive cruising range of 4,700 nautical miles at 9.5 knots.
Grace, 52m Amels Limited Edition 171 yacht found a new owner
Grace is a 52.3 m luxury motor yacht. She was built as a Limited Edition 171 model by Amels and delivered in 2009. With Imperial Yachts representing the seller and Edmiston introducing the buyer, Grace has been recently sold. With a beam of 9.5 m and a draft of 3.3 m, she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 649 tons. She is powered by MTU engines of 1427 hp each giving her a maximum speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots. Grace's maximum range is estimated at 4500 nautical miles. The motor yacht can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins with an interior design by Nuvolari Lenard and an exterior design by Tim Heywood.Tim Heywood described:The larger the boat is, the easier it is to make it elegant. But then, I like the challenge of trying to apply the design formulas I’ve created to smaller boats. The Amels 171 as it was originally, now the 180, that to me features a lot of the details and design elements that I’ve created on the bigger boats.There are two jet skis, 6.5-metre tender, large swim platform, onboard crane, and the panoramic sundeck with its Jacuzzi and many other outstanding features.Greg Thomas, Imperial sales broker commented:Most of the Limited Editions superyachts have interiors by Laura Sessa, whereas Grace was created by Nuvolari Lenard Studio, so she has a special, unique touch and feel compared to other 171’s.The interior is decorated with leather, wenge wood, light white oak, Alcantara fabric and Capria leather. For the third third owner her last asking price was €23,000,000.