A further €3,900,000 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 €11,500,000 in the past months and offers "unparalleled value for a vessel of this size, volume and pedigree".
Built in 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 in an edgeless, rounded style that Fraser described 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 through 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 €22,000,000 and lying in Imperia, Italy.