While 2020 certainly hasn't been the easiest of years, the brokerage market has been doing surprisingly well with a surge in summer sales. Camper & Nicholsons, in particular, has had a solid 2020 after being involved in deals with a combined asking price of over €118 millon, according to market intelligence platform BOAT Pro. Take a look at some of the biggest deals of the year from Camper & Nicholsons...
The 66.4 metre ISA motor yacht Okto was sold by Camper & Nicholsons in February 2020 with the buyer introduced by Eric Althaus of Althaus Luxury Yachting. She was asking €39,000,000.
The 50 metre Olokun was sold back in February 2020 and hit the water for the first time in September 2020. Olokun is the third hull in Tankoa’s 50 metre series following the deliveries of Bintador and Vertige. The asking price was withheld.
The 49.98 metre Wider motor yacht Cecilia was sold in September 2020 in an in-house deal. She was asking €29,500,000.
The 42.2 metre Sanlorenzo motor yacht enigmatically named X was sold in March 2020 with the buyer introduced by Alain Auvare of Onboard Yachting. She was asking €18,000,000.
The 45 metre Benetti motor yacht Moka, listed for sale by Gaston Lees-Buckley, was sold in January 2020 in-house with the buyer introduced by Andrew Lebuhn. She was asking €11,900,000 and has been renamed Hom.
The 37.04 metre Custom Line motor yacht Sonic was sold in March 2020 with the buyer introduced by Onur Erardag of Nautique Yachting. She was asking €10,750,000.
The 67.06 metre motor yacht Global was sold in February 2020 with the buyer introduced by Camper & Nicholsons International Asia. She was asking $6,990,000
The 25.5 metre Naumachos explorer yacht Indian was sold in September 2020 with the buyer introduced by Nelson Yacht Services. She was asking €2,850,000.
The 32 metre Baglietto motor yacht High Roller was sold in June 2020 with the buyer introduced by Russell Crump at Russell Crump & Associates. High Roller was asking €1,995,000.