A further €4,000,000 price drop has been announced on the 48-metre Admiral motor yacht Crocus, listed for sale with Anton Farber of Fraser. The broker pointed out that she has had a combined decrease in price of €7,600,000 in the past months and "offers the best value for her age and size in the market".
Built of aluminium in 2021, Crocus is the largest yacht in Admiral's Atos series. She is RINA-classed and in turn-key condition, having only been privately used for one season. Gian Marco Campanino is responsible for her exterior, characterised by a sky-blue hull and defined architectural lines.
Accommodation is for up to 10 guests across five cabins, including a main deck owner's cabin. There is further space for a crew of 10. Gian Marco Campanino also designed the yacht's interiors, an edgeless, rounded style that Fraser describes as "child-friendly".
Floor-to-ceiling windows allow for airy, bright living areas, which are furnished with fine materials such as tropical ebony wood, statuario marble and smooth alcantara. With a focus on privacy, Crocus has also been designed with separate spaces and routes for crew and guests, including a dual galley.
Crocus benefits from ample lounge areas across three decks. The 100-square-metre sundeck features a dry bar with a built-in television screen, armchairs and fixed sunpads aft that, combined with glass railings, allow for far-flung views off Crocus' stern. The upper deck's al fresco dining and cocktail area leads directly to the skylounge via a set of sliding glass doors, creating easy circulation and an indoor-outdoor communal space.
Another highlight is the yacht's spacious beach platform, arranged with sunloungers, a Bimini shade and a built-in, extendable ladder for direct water access. This 499GT yacht for sale also has a garage that can store toys and tenders up to seven metres.
Powered by twin CAT C32 ACERT engines, Crocus can reach a maximum speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Crocus is now asking €25,900,000 and lying in Imperia, Italy.