Lisa Peck at YCO sends in the news that the central agency fleet of yachts for sale has been expanded with the addition of three megayachts. Firstly, there's Blink, a 41m Akhir launched by Cantieri di Pisa in July 2009 and one of the largest flybridge superyachts available on the market today.
Still under yard warranties, Lisa says that Blink has had an excellent first season and comments that her large flybridge offers a dining area aft for up to 12 guests. She sleeps 11 guests in a master, double, twin and two singles plus three Pullman berths. She's also wheelchair friendly, including a single cabin on the main deck accessible by wheelchair and a lift up to the flybridge. Available to view at the Cannes and Monaco Yacht Shows, her asking price is €18.75 million.
Then there's Falcon Ferra, a 27m Falcon 90 from 2006 offering accommodation for eight guests in two doubles and two twins and capable of speeds up to 28 knots. Her fully equipped flybridge has flexible arrangements for a relaxed entertaining area or formal dining room. Asking €2.5 million,Falcon Ferra is available to view at the Cannes Boat Show.
Finally, there's Kiluanje, a high-performance 27m Leopard built in 2005 by Italy's Arno yard. She sleeps six guests in two doubles and a twin and has ample sunbathing areas along with alfresco dining under a retractable top. Currently priced at €3.5 million, she's lying in the South of France.