Burgess Bringing 5 Yachts to Cannes

The brokerage offerings range from a 121-foot Perini Navi to a Mangusta 165.

Burgess, Mangusta 165

Mangusta 165

Her top speed of 37 knots (with a 26-knot cruise speed) makes her one of the most head-turning mega-yachts in the world. She accommodates 10 guests with an interior décor by Stefano Righini. Year built: 2007. Asking price: about $15.7 million.Courtesy Burgess

Burgess Yachts will display 5 brokerage yachts at the Cannes Yachting Festival this September. Here's a look at each, with more information on the Burgess website (begins above):

Burgess, Va Bene

Va Bene

This 156-foot Kees Cornelissen had an extensive refit at Pendennis in 2007, plus an interior refresh in 2015. She has been a sought-after charter yacht at a weekly base rate of about $158,000. For private use, she can accommodate as many as 14 guests in her six staterooms. Year built: 1992. Asking price: $15.4 million.Courtesy Burgess
Burgess, Nameless

Nameless

This 134-foot Mondomarine has an interior décor by Luca Dini that includes white leather and marble. She accommodates 11 guests in five staterooms, and she has a cruising speed of 17 knots. She has been kept for private use since her launch, and now is being offered for charter as well, at a weekly base rate of about $150,500. Year built: 2013. Asking price: about $14.1 million.Courtesy Burgess
Burgess, Khaleesi

Khaleesi

A spring 2016 refit on this 121-foot Perini Navi ketch included a hull repaint, interior refresh and engine-room overhaul. She accommodates as many as seven guests in three staterooms, including a full-beam master with study. Year built: 1996. Asking price: about $5.6 million.Courtesy Burgess
Burgess, Crystal

Crystal

Bill Dixon designed this 121-foot Moonen trideck, which has a range of 2,200 nautical miles at her long-range speed of 11 knots. Her cruising speed is 16 knots, and she tops out at 22 knots. Accommodations are for 10 guests, and features include at-anchor stabilizers. Year built: 2014. Asking price: about $16.9 million.Courtesy Burgess