The biggest sailing yachts to join the market in 2020

Germania Nova

The 59.47 metre sailing yacht Germania Nova was jointly listed for sale by Bernard Gallay Yacht Brokerage with Black Orange Yachts. Built in steel by Spanish yard Factoria Naval de Marin to an original design by Max Oertz, Germania Nova was delivered in 2011 as a replica of the 1908 classic Germania, using the same hull lines, deck and sail plans.

Germania Nova is asking €4,950,000.


The 56 metre sailing yacht Zenji was listed for sale at Edmiston & Company. One of the newer breed of Perini Navi yachts, she was built in aluminium to a Ron Holland design and delivered in 2004 with a full upgrade and repaint in 2019.

Zenji is asking $18,900,000.


The 54.27 metre Alloy sailing yacht Tiara was listed for sale with Y.CO. Built in aluminium by New Zealand yard Alloy Yachts to a design by Dubois Naval Architects, Tiara was delivered in 2004 with a recent six million-euro refit, including brand new teak decks and a mechanical overhaul.

Tiara is asking €16,950,000.

Pink Gin VI

The 54 metre Baltic sailing yacht Pink Gin VI - the world's largest carbon fibre sloop - was listed for sale with Fraser. Built by Finnish yard Baltic Yachts, Pink Gin VI is a high-performance carbon fibre cruiser designed by Judel-Vrolijk and launched in 2017.

Pink Gin VI is asking €45,000,000.

Dona Francisca

The 52.55 metre sailing yacht Dona Francisca was listed for sale by Denison Yachting. Built in carbon fibre by Uruguayan yard Buquebus to a design by Javier Soto Acebal, Dona Francisca was delivered in 2014 as one of the largest yachts ever built in Latin America. She sports a carbon-fibre/epoxy-infusion hull, classic 'pilot' appearance with a plumb bow, deep cockpit with coamings, sweeping sheer line with low-rise bulwarks, a flush deck, and distinctive pilothouse. 

Dona Francisca is asking $25,000,000.

Borkumriff IV

The 50.57 metre sailing yacht Borkumriff IV was jointly listed for sale by Hoek Brokerage with Burgess. Built in aluminium by Dutch yard Royal Huisman to a design by John G Alden, she was delivered in 2002 and has had the same owners since new.

Borkumriff IV is asking €14,900,000.


The 50.16 metre sailing yacht Baracuda was listed for sale at  Parsifal Yachting. Designed by Ron Holland, she was built in aluminium to ABS class and MCA coding by Italian yard Perini Navi with delivery in 2008 as a minimalist yet refined cruising ketch.

Baracuda is asking €18,900,000.


The 48 metre motorsailer yacht Corsario was listed for sale by G-Yachts. Built in steel by Croatian yard Radez to an in-house design, she was delivered in 2019 aimed squarely at the charter market.

Corsario is asking €7,500,000


The 46.94 metre motorsailer Mikado was listed for sale by Burgess. Built in aluminium by Japanese yard Hitachi Zosento a design by William Garden, she was delivered in 1987 as a ketch-rigged yacht with annual refits since.

Mikado is asking $3,250,000.


The 42.8 metre classic sailing yacht Asgard was listed for sale by Camper & Nicholsons International. Built in cold moulded mahogany by German yard Abeking & Rasmussen to a design by Bruce King, she was delivered in 1993 as a classic ketch with a very shallow draft of 3.2 metres allowing extensive cruising capabilities.

The asking price of Asgard is available on application.

Christianne B

The 42 metre sailing yacht Christianne B was listed for sale at IYC. Built in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Perini Navito an in-house design, she was delivered in 1986 and most recently refitted in 2006.

Christianne B is asking €3,500,000.

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