And the latest news from Mark Duncan at Yachting Partners International is that they'll be showcasing three impressive sailing yachts at the upcoming Mallorca Superyacht Days in Port Adriano from 3rd to 5th May.
Firstly, there's the 31.8m sailing yacht Ocean’s Seven 2.
Built in 1998 by the renowned French yard, Tréhard, with refits in 2004 and 2010, Ocean’s Seven 2 was designed with maximum comfort and ultimate performance in mind.
‘She was designed for the most discerning of guests and the most demanding of owners,’ says her broker William Bishop. ‘A sloop with vast, clean decks and offering plenty of space and comfort both inside and out, Ocean’s Seven 2 is exhilarating under sail, her fair lines and long waterline assuring excellent sailing performance.' *Ocean’s Seven 2 *is asking €3.25 million.
Then there's the 33.9m Annagine.
Delivered in March 2011, she was designed by Dykstra & Partners and built by Holland’s JOM yard to Lloyds class. She offers comfortable accommodation for eight in a master suite and two double cabins with two Pullman berths. Annagine is asking €6.5 million.
Last but by no means least is the 37m YII.
A fast cruising sloop, she was launched in 2006 by Holland Jachtbouw and is a true pedigree yacht with naval architecture by Dixon Yacht Design and interiors by John Munford.
The interior is both modern and warm with an intelligent use of pear and wenge woods to contrast against light white panels and woven leather inserts. YII sleeps up to 6 guests in 3 cabins located forward including a generous master suite. YII is asking €12.5 million.