Royal Huisman's 58 metre Ngoni and Perini Navi's 50 metre Enterprise are among the largest sailing yachts listed for sale this year. BOAT rounds up the 10 biggest yachts listed for sale that joined the market this year.
At 58 metres, Ngoni tops the list of the largest sailing yachts listed for sale in 2021. The yacht joined the market in May 2021 with Carrswood Yachts and Fraser. The Royal Huisman sailing yacht was constructed in aluminium and delivered in 2017. Dubbed “the Beast” by its owner, the yacht is characterised by a striking dark blue hull and was the last superyacht to be penned by the late designer Ed Dubois.
Ngoni is asking €45,000,000
The 56.4 metre Mondango 3 re-entered the market in November 2021, listed for sale by Burgess. The yacht was constructed by New Zealand yard Alloy Yachts and delivered in 2014, before receiving a full refit and hull repaint in 2019. The Reymond Langton interiors provide accommodation for up to 11 guests in five staterooms.
Mondango 3 is asking €35,000,000
The 50 metre Miti K was listed for sale in February 2021 by Yacht & Villa. The sailing yacht is currently being constructed in steel by Turkish yard Bodrum Oguz Marin, with a delivery date slated for 2022.
Miti K is asking €11,900,000
The 50 metre Enterprise was listed for sale in November 2021 by Edmiston & Company. Constructed in aluminium by sailing yacht specialists Perini Navi with naval architecture from Ron Holland, Enterprise was delivered in 2012. An interior by Edge Design Institute sleeps nine guests in five cabins, all en suite.
Enterprise is asking €19,900,000
The 48.4 metre Nativa was listed for sale in February 2021 by IYC. The yacht was constructed in aluminium by Arzana Navito a design by Bill Tripp. Key features include the large, glazed superstructure which houses a saloon with ample seating and accommodation for up to 10 guests in five cabins. An intense blue covers the exterior, making the yacht blend seamlessly with its surroundings.
Nativa is asking €8,000,000 with VAT paid
The 48.16 metre Corelia was first listed for sale in February 2021 by IYC, before seeing a price drop of €500,000 in May. The sailing yacht was built in steel and aluminium by Perini Navi and delivered in 1993. Meanwhile, accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins, including a full-beam master suite.
Corelia is asking $8,500,000 with VAT paid
The 44 metre Imagine D was listed for sale in September 2021 by Burgess and Edminston & Company. The yacht was delivered in 2010, built in aluminium by Alloy Yachts to a design by Dubois Naval Architects. Imagine D makes full use of a 9.4 metre beam and sleeps up to eight guests in four cabins.
Imagine D is asking €19,450,000
The 43 metre Columbia was listed for sale in July this year by Fraser. The replica sailing yacht was constructed in steel by US yard Eastern Shipbuilding and delivered in 2014 as a replica of the 1923 delivered schooner Columbia designed by W Starling Burgess. Accommodation is for 12 guests in four cabins.
Columbia is asking $11,950,000
The 40 metre Anakena was listed for sale by Northrop & Johnson in May 2021. Sporting a design by Ted Fontaine, the sailing yacht was constructed in aluminium by Dutch yard Royal Huisman and first delivered in 1996. The interior, a classic-style John Munford design, sleeps six guests in three staterooms, made up of a master suite and two VIP suites.
Anakena is asking €5,900,000
Ocean Pure 2
The 41 metre Ocean Pure 2 was listed for sale by John Taylor Yachting in September 2021. Delivered in 1992 by Thailand yard Concorde, the yacht was constructed in GRP while sporting a design by Farr Yacht Design. Meanwhile, Derek Frost oversaw the interior design which sleeps up to 10 guests in five cabins. The yacht underwent a major refit at the yard between 2019 and 2020.
Ocean Pure 2 is asking €5,900,000 with VAT paid