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.

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New Gladiator 493 Grand Ready for Sea Trial
Roman Shipyard Canados announced that the new Gladiator 493 Grand is getting ready for testing. She is expected to reach a top speed of more than 50 knots. The Gladiator 493 Grand’s design offers a modern classic appeal and comfortable interiors. She comes with a deep swimming platform which, as an option, can be converted into hydraulic swimming or boarding stairs. The aft deck sun pad is generous, and hides a garage and the helm station is protected by a laminated glass windshield. The fore deck offers the exact same setup as the 431 WA with its gigantic sun pad and chaise lounge.The interior comes with two cabins and two baths. Located in Ostia, just 7 km from Rome Airport, the iconic Rome based Canados shipyard was founded in 1946 and has successfully delivered over 850 yachts in sizes up to 43 meters. Canados produces 3 product lines, Canados, Gladiator and Oceanic. Canados 80,000 sq. m waterfront facility is located at the mouth of the River, 500 meter from the sea. Credits: Canados
22 Grande 26M Units Sold by Azimut
Azimut has sold 22 units of its new Azimut Grande 26M series since August, when the first hull was launched at its Viareggio facilities. The yacht debuted at the 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival.Her exterior was made by Alberto Mancini, while the interiors were made by Achille Salvagni. Grande 26M's key feature is the ‘Deck2Deck’, a design element that sees the transom raise flush with the aft edge of the main deck. This creates an extendable deck that can be utilized as a lounge area or dining space, with convertible furniture on hand to help owners customize it to their needs.The first hull was launched at August The yacht has a fluid layout that prioritizes independence between crew and guest areas. Designed for a “contemporary owner”, the yacht is home to a main deck owner’s suite with full-height windows that let in plenty of light. She can accommodate 10 guests in five cabins. Grande 26M is one of Azimut’s new generation of low-emission yachts and is the “first in its category fitted with the new 4600 Pod propulsion system developed by ZF.”Azimut reports that the combination of high-efficiency propulsion systems and a lightweight carbon fiber superstructure translates into a 20 per cent reduction in fuel consumption compared with boats the same size.Azimut Yachts is an Azimut Benetti Group brand. With its Atlantis, Magellano Flybridge, S, Verve and Grande collections, Azimut offers the widest range of 10 to 40 meters.Credits: Azimut Yachts
Antarctica’s Wildlife on Board of Tranquility
Camper & Nicholsons offers to explore the wonders of the world’s southernmost continent on board of Tranquility. The 91.5 meter yacht will be available for charter from December 2023 until February 2024. Tranquility joins a growing number of superyachts journeying to the far reaches of the planet to satisfy an increasing appetite for adventurous cruising. “We are all seeing a desire from clients to venture to these distant “untouched” parts of the world. Charter has evolved,” explains Nicole Terry, charter manager. “Guests want to explore and have these once-in-a-lifetime experiences in parts of the world that only a superyacht can take you, and of course Tranquility is more than happy to oblige!”Launched in 2014 by Oceanco, Tranquility is well equipped for the harsh conditions of the Southern Ocean. It has a cruising range of 5,000 nautical miles, is certified to Lloyd’s Ice Class E, and has state-of-the-art navigational equipment with sonars for detecting uncharted rocks and ice growlers. From The Northwest Passage and Greenland to the snow-topped fjords of northern Norway, Tranquility has had ample experience in cold weather cruising and is helmed by Finnish Captains, for whom ice water cruising is almost second nature.Clients can expect to be awed by “the majestic untouched nature, the solitude, the silence, and the feeling of entering another world,” explains Tranquility’s Captain Jan Rautawaara, who is no stranger to these waters. “Being able to visit remote, desolate places, and to see some extraordinary wildlife is a true adventure,” he adds, hoping that bringing guests on an Antarctic expedition will “broaden our own understanding of nature and make us realize how important it is to preserve this fragile life around us.”Tranquility’s exterior and interior designed by Andrew Winch. She features two luxurious salons onboard, and a generous wellness area with fitness center, experiential showers, a massage and treatment room, hair and beauty salon, Hammam steam room, and a Finnish sauna. Tranquility can accommodate 18 guests across nine staterooms, and up to 22 with the use of two convertible cabins. <iframe width=560 height=315 src=https://www.youtube.com/embed/HmY1bk5oLZo title=YouTube video player frameborder=0 allow=accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture allowfullscreen></iframe>The yacht will be available for winter charter season in Antarctica’s frozen beauty USD1,600,000 per week. Credits: Camper & Nicholsons
31m Cantiere delle Marche Archipelago Sold
The 31m Archipelago was sold by Northrop & Johnson’s broker Ed Dickinson representing the buyer. Archipelago was delivered as a highly customized Darwin 102 by Cantiere delle Marche in 2019. She is a full displacement motor yacht with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. She was built to RINA classification and in compliance with commercial code LY3. The yacht can comfortably accommodate 10 guests across five cabins, including a full-beam master and two double and two twin staterooms. Her interior, designed by Francesco Guida, has a minimum floor-to-ceiling height of 2.1m, making her feel much more voluminous than other yachts of a similar size.Her exterior spaces were designed to be flexible; the main deck cockpit can be totally enclosed and air conditioned. A second, more formal dining area on the upper deck seats up to 10. Sunbathing spaces can be found on both the foredeck and sundeck alongside a custom built pool with a bar and an open galley with BBQ.Archipelago has a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 10 knots, cruising comfortably at 11 and with a maximum speed of 13. She is equipped with zero speed stabilizers to ensure comfort and stability, and with a hull thickness of 12mm to allow for global exploration.CDM's story begins in 2010. The facilities cover an overall surface of 16˙000 square meters, including 7˙000 sq. m of workshops and 1˙000 sq. m of docks. Since 2015, the shipyard has been the world’s leading builder of explorer yachts. Based in Ancona, Cantiere delle Marche builds yachts from 26m to 43m in length.Credits: CdM
50m Mangusta AAA Listed for Sale
Camper & Nicholsons is appointed joint Central Agent for the sale of AAA. This 49.9m motor yacht is the most recent Mangusta 165 to have been delivered by the Overmarine shipyard in 2021. She is offered for sale with low engine hours.The main deck has three distinct areas for relaxation and socializing. AAA’s saloon features two enormous sofas both port and starboard, a statement bar counter with stools, and an interior dining table. The aft deck is accessed through glass sliding doors and features a huge square table where meals can be enjoyed al fresco beneath the shade and of the sun deck’s overhang. Further aft, cushioned sun pads face a television screen that rises from a concealed unit to create an on-deck cinema. Other features of AAA include a massage room and two hot tubs – one on the sun deck, where there’s also a bar, sun beds, and a casual dining area, and one on the bow.The yacht is made for 12 guests throughout: the seating and dining area is arranged for 12. There’s accommodation aboard AAA for 12 guests in six ensuite cabins. All are located on the lower deck and the master suite boasts a Hammam spa. The guest cabins comprise a VIP double, three further doubles and one twin. AAA’s asking price is EUR 25,900,000.Overmarine Group was founded in 1985 by the Balducci family. The shipyard builds open and displacement power superyachts under the Mangusta and Mangusta Oceanco brand names. Credits: Overmarine Group