DO THESE STARS LINE UP FOR YOU?
Broker Mark Osterhaven has signed the 130-foot Westport Constellation as a central listing on the brokerage market. She is a 2007, one-owner mega-yacht being offered at an asking price of $8,995,000. To read more about this incredible yacht, click here.
Hatteras Yachts wanted a larger, faster, smoother-riding yacht with equal parts style and substance. Its 80 Motor Yacht answered the call. To finish reading about the Hatteras 80 motoryacht, click here.
It’s been nearly 15 years since Bertram debuted its 670 Convertible at the 22nd annual Bertram-Hatteras Shootout, having announced the model less than a year earlier at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Following her launch, the angler-friendly 670 had an eight-year production run from 2001 until 2009. To finish reading about the Bertram 670 Convertible, click here.
ONE OWNER, ENGINE WARRANTY
Lenton Yachts has listed the 88-foot Cheoy Lee Foofaraw on the brokerage market. She’s a 2013 build with twin 1,900-bhp Caterpillar C-32 engines that show 600 hours and are covered under the Extended CAT Platinum warranty until March 2019 or 2,500 hours, whichever comes first.
Foofaraw is part of Cheoy Lee’s Bravo series. She has Naiad zero-speed stabilizers, an air-conditioned flybridge, an on-deck hot tub and a lower helm for steering in lousy weather. To continue reading about this beautiful yacht, click here.
STYLE FROM STRENGTH
Tiara Yachts was all ears when it developed the Sovran line, leveraging customer feedback into smart features while producing the 4500 from 2011 through 2015. To read more about the 4500 Sovran, click here.
GYRO STABILIZER INCLUDED
Broker Jana Pina at MarineMax just welcomed the 48-foot Azimut Flybridge El Marbele to the brokerage market at an asking price of $870,000.
El Marbele is a 2012 build with several noteworthy features. For starters, she has a Gyro Seakeeper stabilizer system to keep her nice and level at sea. Her current owner also equipped her with a Raymarine touchscreen navigation system at the helm, a Xenta joystick for easy maneuvering and a hydraulic platform for easy on-off at the stern. Click here to read more about this yacht.
OWN A CHARTER MACHINE
One of the most popular yachts on the charter market is now listed for sale with Worth Avenue Yachts in Fort Lauderdale.
The 130-foot Westport Arioso is a 2006 build that has had a full calendar of charter bookings for several years in a row with Churchill Yacht Partners. The yacht was refit in 2015 with interior and audiovisual upgrades, and is in solid condition to continue chartering if her new owner wants to keep up the program. Click here and finish reading about this amazing yacht.
Australian Builder Riviera Yachts launched the 40 Flybridge Convertible in 2000. Designed for the American market with equal emphasis on cruising and fishing, this midsize offering was a sleek-looking vessel intended to stand apart in the convertible market. To read more about this incredible yacht, click here…
ONE OWNER — WHO KNOWS BOATS
Brokers Michael Mahan and Peter Thompson at Worth Avenue Yachts have listed the 100-foot Ferretti Custom Line Skyler for sale at an asking price of $7.9 million.
Skyler is a 2012 build that has had one owner, who built her based on his years of cruising experience. To read more about this incredible yacht, click here…
THE SILVER BULLET
Sales broker Steve Moynihan at HMY Yachts has listed this 52-foot Riva Rivale for sale at an asking price of $1,699,000. She’s a “no-name,” but given her looks, we’ve taken to calling her the silver bullet—because we believe she’ll cure whatever ails you in a single shot. To finish reading about this yacht, click here…
Worth Avenue Yachts has listed the 127-foot Oceanline for sale at an asking price just shy of $7 million.
Blue Mamba is a 2008 build with design by Frank Mulder and interior décor by Art-line. The yacht accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms, and she satisfies the need for speed, with her MTU engines generating a top hop of 28 knots. For more information, click here.
TODAY, WE DREAM
HMY Yachts is offering the 94-foot Ferretti custom flybridge Tomorrow We Ride at an asking price of $3.3 million.
Tomorrow We Ride is a 2003 build that most recently was refit this year. The work included new upholstery, carpeting, electric blinds, drapes, furniture refinishing and more in the salon, adding to the modern audiovisual system that includes Sonos wireless stereo with Bluetooth as well as a Niles audio system. To finish reading about this yacht and to see a full gallery, click here…
CARPE DIEM, INDEED
Bradford Marine has just listed the 95-foot Intermarine Carpe Diem for sale. The asking price on the 2001 build is $2.65 million.
Carpe Diem just completed a shipyard period in July. She was hauled out for bottom work including full sanding, two coats of primer and two coats of paint. New zincs were installed on her engines, which also received servicing, and the air conditioning was updated with two new raw-water pumps and more. To finish reading about this great opportunity, click here!
$120,000 PRICE DROP
Bradford Marine in Fort Lauderdale has just announced a $120,000 price reduction on the 84-foot Cheoy Lee Liwan. The new asking price is $2,575,000.
Liwan is a one-owner yacht showing 850 hours on her twin 1,550 hp Caterpillar C-30 engines. Cruising speed is reportedly 22 knots with a top end of 26 knots. To finish reading about Liwan, click here…
YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO
MarineMax broker Mike Doyle in Fort Lauderdale has listed the 2011 Hatteras 77 Seas the Day for sale at an asking price of $4.95 million. To read more about this beast, click here…
CARE FOR A TOUR AT THE BOAT SHOW?
Show Management, which organizes the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, has listed the 216-foot Oceanco Natita among the brokerage yachts that will be on display at this November’s event.
Natita will be open for tours to qualified buyers through Worth Avenue Yachts, which has listed the yacht for sale at an asking price of €59.5 million (about $67.4 million). Read more about this amazing yacht.
SEDUCED AT SEA
I recall going to Pershing’s office in Fort Lauderdale around 2007 and seeing an array of aggressively styled vessels from 46 to 88 feet long. That quay was a powerful sight. There’s nothing understated about the serious performance cruisers for which Pershing is renowned.
Smack in the middle was the 62. Like many Pershing vessels of the period, she had a silver and white finish that shimmered in the sun, set off by a broad, black stripe that accentuated her pugnacious profile. A teak swim platform, cockpit and side decks provided a warm contrast. To read the rest of the column, click here…
Ocean Independence has dropped the price of the 75-foot Lovin’ Life from $1.79 million to $1.59 million USD. She can accommodate up to eight guests, has a beam of 18 feet and can hit a top hop of 30 knots. To read more about this brokerage boat, click here.