5 Brokerage Yachts to Watch for Burgess in Monaco

At the Monaco Yacht Show, the Burgess offerings will include 122- to 270-foot yachts.

September 17, 2019
Heesen Inception Yacht
Inception,164-foot Heesen, is on the market for $29.5 million. Courtesy Burgess Yachts

Burgess has announced the first five yachts that it plans to display for sale at the Monaco Yacht Show in late September.

The largest is the 270-foot Abeking & Rasmussen Secret, a 2013 build with an asking price of about $130 million. She has a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles.

Also expected to be on display is the 238-foot Turquoise Honor, a 2012 build with an asking price of about $53 million; the 170-foot Oceanco Lazy Z, a 1997 build listed at $15.9 million; the 164-foot Heesen Inception, a 2008 build being offered at $29.5 million; and the 122-foot Vitters Ghost, a 2005 build whose asking price is about $8.7 million.

Vitters Ghost Sailing Yacht
The 122-foot Ghost is on the market for $8.75 million. Courtesy Burgess Yachts
Turquoise Honor Yacht
The 238-foot Turquoise-built Honor is for sale. Asking price: $53 million. Courtesy Burgess Yachts
Oceanco Lazy Yacht
Lazy, 170-foot Oceanco, is listed at $15.9 million. Courtesy Burgess Yachts

Where will the Burgess stand be at the Monaco Yacht Show? QH17, Quai de l’Hirondelle

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