Even in the superyacht world, small can be beautiful. While the larger yachts steal the public’s attention, ‘pocket’ superyachts – those coming in under 30m LOA – offer far lower running costs. What’s more, as they are able to reach those small, isolated coves along the shoreline, they prove that size can be in inverse proportion to fun. Here we present a selection of five pocket superyachts on the market today.
Jon Ford at Dbeere Yachts has listed the 24.91m motor yacht Princess Lily for sale asking £3.6 million.
Built in 2010 by Princess Yachts, she was the flagship of the Princess fleet and was designed and built without compromise to deliver a contemporary and elegant yacht. With an abundant specification, and a rare five guest cabin layout, her features include: digital Trac stabilisers, the largest and most desirable 2,434hp MTU engines, two generators, hard top roof, satellite internet, hydraulic bathing platform, optional bar in in the cockpit, underfloor heating to all bathrooms and a Jacuzzi in the master suite.
The 24.4m Allora is an Azimut 80 built in 2007 and an extensive list of custom upgrades sets her apart from other yachts in this class. A fine cherrywood interior accommodates eight guests in four staterooms and she’s powered by twin 1,570hp Caterpillar engines.
Listed for sale by Oceanstyle by Burgess, Allora is asking $2,995,000.
A striking Sunseeker Predator 95, the 28.78m Timeless C was delivered in 2002 and accommodates eight guests in four staterooms while twin 2,000hp MTU engines give her a top speed of 35 knots.
Timeless C is offered for sale by Dbeere yachts priced at €1,250,000.
Dbeere Yachts recently signed the 26.87m motor yacht Annabel for sale at €3.35 million.
A Sunseeker 88 model, Annabel was delivered in 2010 and sports a chocolate-coloured hull and white superstructure. Accommodation is for eight guests in four well-appointed staterooms and twin 1,947hp MTU engines power her to a maximum speed of 30 knots.
Built in 2008 by the Azimut Shipyard, the 29m motor yacht Raasta II boasts all the aspects of a fine sport cruiser. She can comfortably reach speeds of up to 26 knots powered by twin CAT C-32 engines and shows beautifully. Large, sleek windows emphasize the elegant and sporty finish. She offers great exterior space – including a including a very spacious flybridge – as well as a very comfortable and bright interior.
Offered for sale by bluewater, Raasta II is asking €3.2 million.
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