Check out some of the amazing yachts that have recently hit the brokerage market.
May 22, 2015
Burgess Yachts is now the central agent for sale of the 252-foot Silver Fast, marketed as the world’s largest, fastest aluminum motoryacht (top speed 27 knots) with conventional propulsion. To find out more about this yacht, click here.
Mark Elliott at International Yacht Collection and Peter Thompson at Worth Avenue Yachts have signed the 190-foot Trinity Skyfall as a co-central listing for sale, with a new asking price of $35 million (down from $36.5 million). To read more about this awesome yacht, click here.
Hargrave Yachts is holding its annual factory demo sale ahead of the fall boat show season. A 76 Wide-Body yacht that was displayed at last year’s boat shows is now available for sale — as what the builder calls “the best new bo“the best new boat deal on the market for this summer.” To find out more about this amazing deal, click here.
The 100-foot Sunseeker Predator Carnivore is for sale on the brokerage market at an asking price of $2,495,000. Built in 2003, Carnivore was outfitted with new MTU control computers and software in 2012. Other noteworthy features include a hydraulic swim platform, a retractable aft-deck shade and aft-deck dining that can seat 20 for dinner parties at the dock. (Given Carnivore’s name, we suggest an event featuring Brazilian meats shaved tableside.) For more information on this yacht, click here!
Owners of yachts built by Grand Banks are known for doing serious worldwide exploration, and a 59 Grand Banks Aleutian now on the brokerage market in Thailand offers the chance to cruise Southeast Asia before heading back home to the United States. The raised pilothouse model was built in 2007 with quite a few options and accessories, as well as owner customizations that removed the lower helm and replaced it with a family dining space. For more information on this yacht, click here!
Lon McCloskey of Worth Avenue Yachts is listing this 68-foot Viking for $1,775,000. The 2006/2014 build has the four-stateroom arrangement with queen berth forward.
Brokers Peter Thompson and Michael Mahan at Worth Avenue Yachts have just announced a price reduction on the 143-foot ISA Silver Wind. The current asking price is €18.9 million, about $2 million less than previously advertised. Silver Wind is a 2014 launch that has been heralded worldwide for her technological advancements. For instance, she is reportedly the first yacht to have a water-jet propulsion system coupled to hybrid diesel-electric power plants To see more images of this beautiful yacht, click here!
Trinity yacht Rockstar
The owner of the 161-foot Trinity Rockstar—which made headlines in December after a Florida bridge collapsed onto her superstructure—has reduced his asking price by $1 million, to $18.9 million. According to sales broker Mark Elliott at International Yacht Collection, the yacht has been fully repaired from the incident, with the work completed at Lauderdale Marine Center in Florida. Aluminum work was done to the radar arch, and fairing and painting were done in that part of the boat, as well as repairs to the teak decking. To read more on this amazing yacht, click here!
Checkmate is marketed as a 2013 build, although she entered the charter market in mid-2012 as part of the Northrop and Johnson fleet. Her key features include a main-deck master suite with 180-degree views, zero-speed stabilizers and VSAT-supported Internet service. Checkmate is noteworthy for being the first in the Benetti series to have large hull ports for better guests views along with a larger and redesigned sky lounge layout. Northrop & Johnson says the owner of the 145-foot Benetti Checkmate has dropped the yacht’s asking price from $24.5 million to $20.5 million. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.
Marlow Explorer 70E Pappy’s Toy
Broker Jay Rhoades at Denison Yacht Sales has just listed the 70-foot Marlow Pappy’s Toy, a 2008 build with an asking price of $1,995,000. “It’s the newest 70 on the market,” Rhoades says. “There are four or five of the 65s and 70s on the market now. The next-youngest 70 is about a 2005.” To read more about this awesome yacht, click here!
95-foot Lazzara LSY yacht Virgin
Lazzara Lenton has just listed the 95-foot Lazzara LSY Virgin for sale on the brokerage market. She is a 2014 build with an asking price of $8.95 million. Virgin can achieve 30 knots thanks to triple Volvo Penta IPS 1200 engines that show 650 hours and are still covered by a manufacturer’s warranty. “It’s the first triple IPS 1200 boat,” says sales broker Rich Lazzara. “It’s Hull No. 5, but it was the first new design where we used a lot of new technology throughout it. Most of it has to do with the interior. It utilized a lot of lightweight materials.” To read more about this awesome yacht, click here!
Meridian 441 yacht Lucky Me
Broker Gregg Kopp at MarineMax has just listed the Meridian 441 Lucky Me for sale at an asking price of $529,990. Lucky Me is a 2012 build with a pair of 480-horsepower Cummins Zeus CMD QSB diesels that show 220 hours. The boat has been professionally maintained, and she’s docked about a mile from the MarineMax Miami showroom for anyone interested in a walk-through or sea trial. To read more about this amazing yacht, click here!
Princess Yachts Friendship
Broker Yannis Zagorakis at Hargrave Custom Yachts has announced a price reduction on the 75-foot Princess Friendship. She’s now for sale at an asking price of $1.45 million, with showings available in South Florida. Friendship is a 2004 build that underwent a substantial refit in 2010 followed by another in 2014. The work in 2010 included new electronics, running gear, galley equipment and more. The more recent refit included new teak decks, trim tabs, antifouling paint and more. To read more on this amazing yacht, click here! Trades including larger yachts will be considered. More details are at www.hargrave.org.
Cheoy Lee motoryacht Namoh
Sales broker Mark Elliott at International Yacht Collection has just listed the 125-foot Cheoy Lee Namoh on the brokerage market at an asking price of $8,495,000. The yacht launched in 2003 with the name Janet, and her original owners kept her for private use. In August 2006, new owners changed her name to Namoh and put her onto the charter market, where within two years she was commanding a weekly base rate of $125,000 for 10 guests. Namoh is available for showings in Fort Lauderdale. Learn more about her at www.iyc.com. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here!
Cheoy Lee Bluewater Cat is for Sale
Broker Iain Lawrie at Bradford Marine Yacht Sales has just listed the 103-foot Cheoy Lee Bluewater Cat at an asking price of $6.19 million. That price, according to Lawrie, includes more than $700,000 worth of upgrades to the 2011 launch. Power is a pair of Caterpillar C-32 Acert engines with 730 hours that generate a cruising speed of 20 knots and a top speed of 26 knots. Bluewater Cat has four guest staterooms including a main-deck master with a king bed. As many as six crew are accommodated in three cabins. To arrange a tour of Bluewater Cat, head over to www.bradfordmarineyachtsales.com. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.
65-foot Marquis motoryacht The Zoomer
You have to have some serious muscle in the engine room to get away with a name like The Zoomer, and this 65-foot Marquis flybridge motoryacht makes good on the moniker with a pair of 1,652-horsepower Caterpillar C32s. The Zoomer is a 2007 launch with 6 feet 8 inches of headroom, cherry woodwork, LED lighting, a surround-sound audio system, a glass-tread staircase and quarters for two crew. She accommodates eight guests in four staterooms including a master with a California king bed and his-and-her bath. The Cats have 600 hours apiece on them and come with an extended warranty that’s good through 2016, according to Navarro. View the full listing for The Zoomer at www.bradfordmarineyachtsales.com. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.Courtesy Bradford Marine Yacht Sales
Hood 43 Freedog
The CW Hood 43 Freedog has twin Cummins diesels that push her to a cruising speed of 27 knots and a top speed of 38 knots. She’s currently located in Fort Lauderdale, where she’s available for inspections at an asking price of $699,000. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here. If you can’t make it to Florida, contact Chris Hood at www.cwhoodyachts.com for more information. Or check out this video, which shows Freedog underway and looking gorgeous along the coastline:
Princess 95 Alexandra V
Princess Yachts’ 95S Alexandra V‘s current owner bought her with the intention of making her the most high-value charter yacht in the midrange market. The €3.8 million (about $4.8 million) asking price includes not only recent upgrades, but also a marketing plan for potential charter business stretching well into 2017. To that end, he undertook a refit that gave her lots of big-boat features, including an extended flybridge with gym equipment, a 3-D movie screen, zero-speed stabilizers, a 36-foot Fjord limousine tender and fun toys like a Louis Vuitton beach setup with shower. More information is at www.neoyachting.com. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.Courtesy Neo Yachting
MarineMax has just listed the Azimut 68 Evolution King Me for sale at an asking price of $1.75 million. The 2009 launch has a pair of 1,360-horsepower MAN V12 engines with 570 hours apiece. Cruising speed is 32 mph and top speed is 34 mph, according to MarineMax. “This is the owner’s baby,” Pina says. “He treats it just like it.” Learn more at www.marinemax.com. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.
Vango, delivered in 2006, was Hull No. 1 of the Westport 164 model. She was built on spec and bought by the owner of a Westport 130 who wanted to move up in length overall. Donald Starkey collaborated with Westport on design, while William Garden handled naval architecture. Previously listed at an asking price of $24.5 million, the yacht is now being offered by Northrop and Johnson at $19.95 million. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.
Cape Horn trawler Cowboy
Originally, Cowboy was built as a 65-footer. The current owner added a fishing cockpit that extended her to 74 feet LOA, and he has been using her worldwide in fishing tournaments ever since. She’s a steel-hull, 74-foot Cape Horn Trawler built in 2002, and her owner just dropped her asking price by more than 10 percent, from $1.7 million to $1,495,000. “She is built to go where the fish are taking the seas, whether kindly or not,” Kirtland says. Learn more at www.bradfordmarineyachtsales.com. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.Courtesy Bradford Marine Yacht Sales
If you’ve ever thought of owning a luxury yacht built by a captain of industry, the 125-foot Taconite could be yours. William E. Boeing, the founder of Boeing Aircraft, commissioned this classic craft, which launched in 1930. Taconite stayed in the Boeing family for 47 years and has cruised around the Northwest for over 70 years. Emerald Pacific Yachts has Taconite listed for $2.5 million. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.
Tivoli launched in 2001 and was most recently refit in 2010. Her pale-yellow hull has seen quite a bit of nautical miles, having crossed both the Atlantic and the Pacific as part of the owner’s private cruising and public charter schedule. Fraser Yachts Worldwide has listed the 90-foot Doggersbank Tivoli for sale at an asking price of $2.9 million. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.
75-foot Riva Namedropper
The asking price on the 2011 75-foot Riva is $3.95 million. Namedropper has a top speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 27 knots, powered by a pair of 1,623-hp MTU 10V2000 M94s. Stabilization is by way of a Mitsubishi Anti Roll Gyro system, and Side-Power bow thrusters assist with close-quarters maneuvering. Communications and navigation equipment include Furuno NAVnet components, a KVH VSAT Tracphone and a Ritchie magnetic compass. See the full listing at www.bradfordmarineyachtsales.com. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.Courtesy Bradford Marine Yacht Sales
The 78-foot Hargrave Never Quit has a pair of 1,650-horsepower Caterpillar C-32 engines that give her a cruising speed of 20 knots and a top speed of 24 knots. Her interior accommodates eight guests in four en suite staterooms including a master with king-size bed. Never Quit is featured on the Hargrave Custom Yachts website, and her asking price is $2.67 million. To read more about this amazing yacht for sale, click here.