Just under a month ago, Yacht Harbour has released Timeline, a new platform that allows subscribers to find the full story behind any yacht. A core part of the system is however also its built-in brokerage market search, allowing users to not only find any yacht for sale but also quickly locate the best deals, a few of which are on this list.




Length: 35m (114 ft)

Yard: Danish Yachts (2006)

Price: $2,500,000

Launched by Denmark-based, Danish Yachts as hull 104 in 2006, Moon Goddess boasts an exterior by Espen Oeino and an interior by Zuretti. Reaching a top speed of 43 knots, she was first listed for sale in February 2009 asking $11 million before coming on the market again in February 2015 asking $6,15m, shortly before the Miami Boat Show. Following two price reductions, she is now on the market for $2,5 million, a 78% discount on her 2009 asking price.




Length: 44m (144 ft)

Yard: Heesen (1988)

Price: $4,995,000

Built for veteran yacht owner, John Staluppi in 1988 as the fastest yacht in the water, Octopussy changed hands several times in the 1990s until it ended up in the hands of Hans Behr. Refitted in 2008, Octopussy was put on the market in March 2011 asking $5,900,000 and sold just a few months after without any price reduction.

In 2015, Octopussy received a new interior by Jeff Lincoln of New York during a refit, which also saw her sundeck being updated and the addition of a Jacuzzi. The yacht then came back on the market in October 2016 asking $9,25 million, followed by an appearance at the boat show in Fort Lauderdale. Following two price reductions in 2017, the yacht is now asking $4,995,000.




Length: 
27.4m (90 ft)

Yard: Pershing (2008)

Price: $2,990,000

Delivered by Pershing, part of Ferretti Group, in 2008 and christened as Frailech, the Pershing 90 was sold just over a year after in December 2009 at an asking price of $10,235,000 in the US market. In 2013, she came back on the market at an asking price of $4,95 million and is now asking $2,99 million following two price reductions in the past two years.




Length: 38m (125 ft)

Yard: Norship (1994)

Price: $2,189,000

Launched as hull 228 by Norship and christened VW2, the 38-meter yacht once commandeered charter prices of $85,000 per week in 2009. In March 2010, she was put on the market asking $7,900,000 and later refitted that same year with a rebuilt of her main engines, new generator and a new paint. Several price reductions and an agency change later, she is now asking just $2,189,000.




Length: 33m (110 ft)

Yard: Overmarine (2006)

Price: €2,500,000

The 22nd hull in Overmarine's highly successful Mangusta 108 line, Lady J was delivered in 2006 by the Italian shipyard. Put on the market in 2009, she was asking over $8 million, before undergoing several price reductions and seeing her sell in October 2010 at an asking price of $5,9 million. In 2012, Lady J came back on the market asking $6,2 million and underwent several agency changes and price reductions until her current asking price of just €2,5 million.

Over 3,000 more deals like these ones on Yacht Harbour's new Timeline platform.

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MDL Marinas to Host Two Boat Shows in 2022
MDL Marinas is hosting two boat shows in two of its waterside locations in 2022. The South Coast Boat Show in Southampton and the Green Tech Boat Show in Plymouth.South Coast Boat Show at Ocean Village Marina 1 South Coast Boat ShowThe popular South Coast Boat Show (6–8 May 2022) will return to MDL’s flagship Ocean Village Marina for the third time. Featuring the marine industry’s most exciting and innovative global power and sail brands, the South Coast Boat Show will also showcase an extensive range of ancillary services such as associated gear, finance and insurance. “Owing to its carefully curated selection of boats ready to go, this show is an absolute must for serious buyers who are looking to purchase a brand-new vessel immediately to get out on the water this coming season, or within the next 6-18 months. Understanding the value of a show focused on generating strong leads and direct sales, we’ve got many exhibitors from last year returning in 2022, as well as some new faces, both on and off the water,” says Tim Mayer, MDL’s sales and marketing director.On the water, brands that have confirmed their attendance include: Arcona, Axopar, Beneteau Power and Sail, Broadblue Catamarans, Dehler, Dufour Yachts, Fjord, Fountaine Pajot, Galeon Yachts, Grand Soleil, Hanse, Hylas, J/Boats, Jeanneau, Lagoon Catamarans, Moody, Nautitech, Princess, Saxdor, Sealine, Seaward, Solaris, Viko and X-Yachts.Set in the heart of Southampton, Ocean Village Marina, with its state-of-the-art facilities, transport links and numerous restaurants and bars, is an ideal venue for a boat show.Green Tech Boat ShowFollowing the success of MDL’s first Green Tech Boat Show last year, the show will take place again this year at its Queen Anne’s Battery marina, Plymouth, 16–18 June 2022.South Coast Boat Show at Ocean Village Marina 2 Owing to collaboration between MDL and Maritime UK South West, the first day of this year’s show will feature the Clean Marine Innovation Showcase, a unique forum for government, researchers and businesses working towards a cleaner marine environment to come together to exchange ideas, highlight new innovations and network with like minded organizations.The showcase will be invitation only and hosted at Plymouth University’s Marine Station which is adjacent to the marina.The next two days of the Green Tech Boat Show will be open to the public, with a focus on helping boat owners and perspective boat owners understand what is available to them when it comes to making the switch to greener options.To address the complexities of green marine technologies, in addition to an extensive range of eco-focused exhibitors, the Friday and Saturday of the show will incorporate an Innovation Hub sponsored by the University of Plymouth, which is among the UK’s leading proponents of clean maritime research and innovation.The research will be presented in a user-friendly format, and businesses and organizations at the cutting edge of clean marine technological innovation will be on hand to demonstrate how their products contribute to combating climate change, while still enabling people to enjoy time out on the water and the benefits that brings.With more landside stands and on water exhibits this year, the show is building in size and importance from a marine industry perspective, both locally and nationally. Exhibitors confirmed so far include: Marine Energy Systems, Maritime UK South West, North Devon Marine, Pixii Electric Boats, RS Electric Boats, University of Plymouth and Vita Yachts.MDL Marinas Group is the UK’s leading marina and water-based leisure provider and one of Europe’s largest marina groups, offering members over 120 destinations to cruise to in the UK, France and Spain. Currently MDL Marinas manages 18 UK marinas and one in Spain.Credits: MDL Marinas Group Ltd
New Appointments: Thomas O'Nial Joins Camper and Nicholsons as Sales Manager UK
Camper and Nicholsons has announced the appointment of Thomas O'Nial as sales manager UK. He will be based in our Mayfair office.Thomas O'NialThomas joins our brokerage department after 10 years in the yachting industry, most recently as Commercial Director for Boatsters Black in Palma de Mallorca. A French and Australian national, Thomas has spent the last ten years in the yachting industry, and has worked all over the world: from Greece to Indonesia, London to Italy. He has had major sales roles with some of the world's leading superyacht shipyards, including Sanlorenzo. As a sales manager, he was responsible for commercial activities for yachts over 40m, and built relationships with clients, brokers, and dealers that often resulted in repeat business.He is highly skilled in sales and negotiation, marketing and digital strategies, and possesses in-depth knowledge of the superyacht industry thanks to his family's yachting business, and his own independent professional experiences.Credits: Camper and Nicholsons
65m Project YN254 Sold by Royal Hakvoort Shipyard
Project YN254 is the largest yacht built by Royal Hakvoort Shipyard. Her naval architecture was developed by Diana Yacht Design, while her exterior and interior was made by Sinot Yacht Design. The 65m cruising displacement superyacht has an impressive interior volume of 1,435 GT and can accommodate 14 guests across six staterooms. Two VIP's located on the main deck, the master suite situated on the owner's deck. Royal Hakvoort facilityShe also features a library, a large beach club, a massage room, a gym, a hot tub on the sundeck and a swimming pool on the main deck. Project YN254 was sold with Jan Jaap Minnema from Fraser representing the buyer and scheduled for delivery in 2025. Royal Hakvoort is a family-owned shipyard. She was founded by Albert Kizn Hakvoort in 1919. The yard is based in the historic Dutch village of Monnickendam. The shipyard is able to guarantee best in class quality for custom built motor yachts and sailing yachts up to 65m in length.Credits: Open sources
71m Juice Launched by Feadship in Amsterdam
Feadship has launched the 71m Juice from the shipyard's giant construction hall in the Dutch capital. The new timeless superyacht blend of polished stainless steel, glass and teak offer a classic feel while the exterior lines showcase a sleek and captivatingly contemporary elegance.The owner of Juice, a repeat client for Feadship, has worked tirelessly with the designers at RWD to ensure a refined exterior flow with soft lines and distinctive creases. All unnecessary elements have been removed to generate an elegant yet masculine look. The walk-around superstructure along with a striking coherence between the decks on a superyacht.From the pillars and the stairs to the base of the large eight-meter pool on the main deck, all structural parts of the exterior have been finished in polished stainless steel. Transparent features are made of glass, including the railings and the sides of the pool, and large flat and curved glazed panels ensure unrestricted views.Beneath the flush foredeck are housed three custom tenders – a ten-meter limo, eight-meter guest RIB and a rescue boat – that are launched via the gullwing doors in the hull.The interior was drawn by Peter Marino in close cooperation with the client. Juice has a complete owner’s deck between the bridge and main decks, an unusual acquisition for a yacht of this size. Juice also features four impressive guest suites on the main deck, a large beach club, a lower deck cinema, and a gymnasium on the sun deck.The name reflects the fact that the owner is a keen collector of modern art and the 3D logo of the name on the funnel is inspired by an eponymous 1967 work by American artist Ed Ruscha. Auction connoisseurs will recognise the nod to ‘juice on top’, an expression from that world with a similar meaning to ‘icing on the cake’. Feadship was formed as a group in 1949 as a marketing partnership between six Dutch shipyards, de Vries Lentch, Van de Stadt, Witsen & Vis, Akerboom, De Vries Scheepsbouw and Van Lent Shipyard, and De Voogt Naval Architects. Feadship is well-known as one of the Netherlands’ most elite yacht builders and delivers superyachts from 50–100+ meters in length.Credits: Feadship
Video: Journey of the 80m Galactica
After four years of construction, the 80m all-aluminum Galactica left the facility in Oss and went to her maiden voyage through the Dutch canals and rivers. “We have been touched by the number of people who gathered on the riverbanks, on the bridges applauding when she passed by, and the crowd that gathered to welcome her in Harlingen,” mentioned Heesen at the shipyard’s Facebook.The voyage from Oss to the North Sea as usual took 3–4 month of preparation, with many permits and certificates required.The 80 meter superyacht with a gross tonnage of 1,700GT and a top speed of almost 30 knots, became the biggest and fastest all-aluminium yacht ever built. Her exterior was made by the renowned British studio of Winch Design. Clean lines, a sporty silhouette and the extensive use of glass create a timeless, dynamic profile, which will look as good in twenty years as it does today at launch. Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design penned her light and soothing interior. Now Galactica starts her sea trials. Heesen Yachts is a Dutch ship building company that specializes in custom-built superyachts in aluminium and steel from 30m to 70m in size. Founded in 1978, it has launched more than 170 yachts since its inception.Credits: Heesen Facebook