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Boat International's Top 100 superyachts

As I was browsing through the February issue of Boat International, which is a veritable feast of superyachts with the annual Top 100, it struck me that there are currently seven opportunities to buy into this $10 billion list with some notable entries, namely Alexander (no. 12), Tatoosh (no. 35), Alfa Nero (no. 58), Nero (no. 59), Princess Mariana (no. 68), Mirabella V (no. 83) and Siren (no. 92), all listed for sale on boatinternational.com.

Where better to start your background checks than in the context of their peers in this detailed snapshot of the largest yachts in the world?

Also featured in this issue and also for sale is Valquest, a one-of-a-kind high performance sloop that needs a new owner to take her on her first long-range cruise. It’s a good read that will give you a first taste of a yacht that is all about performance and parties with her Dubois credentials and versatile entertainment spaces. Valquest is on the market with Yachting Partners International at an asking price of €17,500,000.

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