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Superyachts for sale with short delivery times

As a hugely complex project, today’s superyacht takes years to plan and build, involving a number of specialist disciplines. But there is one way to avoid the usual three-year wait to delivery for a custom yacht, and that is to buy a partiallyly constructed yacht, halving the build time. Here we present four part-built superyachts for sale currently on the market.

Fraser Yachts have joined forces with Burgess to jointly list for sale 77m motor yacht known as project U77. The build was commisioned at the Chilean yard Marco in 2006 and she was launched in 2011 but has never been registered. Built to Lloyds class and MCA coded to LY2, she is presently laid out as a 10 stateroom yacht for 20 guests. The master suite is on the bridge deck with access to its own private aft deck while the VIP stateroom and four guest suites are located on the main deck. The the lower deck hosts a further four guest staterooms and all have en suite facilities.

The upper deck has an observation lounge forward, a formal dining room and a bar while on the sundeck a Jacuzzi with sun pads either side is forward with staircase access down through the funnel to the bridge deck. This sun deck could be extended aft for a heli pad. The build is approximately 50 per cent finished with most equipment purchased so could be completed in 12 to 18 months depending on the buyer’s choice of eventual layout.

Awaiting completion in Whangarei, New Zealand, project U77 is asking $24.9 million. See full details, specs and a photo gallery of superyacht U77 for sale.

Denison Yacht Sales has a 54m Mondo Marine M54 new construction project for sale. Developed by the Italian yard, she has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure and is an 800 GRT full displacement yacht that can be completed in 16 months. The hull, superstructure, and engine room are already completed but the yard is waiting for a buyer to commit before moving forward with the next build phase.

Features include six guest cabins including a full beam on-deck master suite, a large tender garage aft, an expansive sundeck similar in size to those normally found on 60m+ yachts and a unique lounge area & pool located towards the bow.

The project is currently located at the Mondo Marine Shipyard in Savona, Italy and is asking €28 million. See full details, specs and a photo gallery of superyacht Mondo 54 for sale.

Bluewater is offering for sale the part-built 42.1m motor yacht VK_1. Construction started on her at Spain’s Vulkan yard and, Germanischer Lloyd classed and MCA compliant, the hull and superstructure are 75 percent complete while her engines, generators and gearboxes are already installed. Quantum zero speed stabilisers and other equipment have been purchased and the high-volume interior can be configured to the buyer’s requirements. Twin 2400hp MTU engines will give VK_1 a range of 4,000 nautical miles. She can be either completed on site by the buyer’s preferred team or removed to any other yard of choice.

VK_1 is asking €4.15 million. See full details, specs and a photo gallery of superyacht VK_1 for sale.

A new build 32m sailing yacht is currently for sale Ocean Independence. She is being built at the Dutch yard Jongert to RINA class and MCA LY3 coded, and the hull is 45 per cent complete. Code named the Jongert 3200P, naval architecture is by Dick Mulder and exterior and interior design by Rhoades Young. The Jongert 3200P is the first in the Jongert Performance Line and has very sleek lines, designed to comfortably cruise the globe.

The Jongert 3200P will be managed by a crew of four and offers accommodation for six or eight guests depending on the cabin configuration chosen and is being built in Alustar with a carbon mast and rigging. There are no fewer than four main deck layout options available. The main deck saloon will offer 360 degree panoramic views and a patented Jongert folding keel will reduce her draft from six metres to just 3.7 metres, allowing access to shallow waters.

Delivery would be 18 months from contract signature and the asking price is €10.9 million. See full details, specs and a photo gallery of superyacht Jongert 3200P for sale.

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