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The 10 biggest yachts currently listed for sale

13 January 2023 • Written by Brooke Murphy


Motor Yacht
Lurssen ·  95.2 m ·  2014
Motor Yacht
Lurssen ·  155 m ·  2008

Want to know how much boat you can buy for your buck? Discover the 10 biggest yachts currently listed for sale...

Al Said | 155m

Al Said
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In 2022, the 155 metre Lürssen joined the market for the first time since her delivery 14 years ago in 2008. She was built for the Sultan of Oman and was the second-largest yacht in the world at the time (she has since slipped down the order to number six). Built under the codename Project Sunflower, she features design by Espen Øino with an interior by Jonathan Quinn Barnett and has been used as a venue for hosting international royalty and world leaders. Accommodation is offered for as many as 65 guests and is complete with epic entertainment facilities in the form of an onboard concert hall with room for a 50-piece orchestra. 

Al Said is currently listed as POA with Blackorange Yachts.

Kismet | 95.2m

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Kismet is easily one of the most recognisable vessels on the water thanks to her champagne and caviar exterior by Espen Øino. Stainless steel grilles and a sharp bowsprit catch the eye and on game days – the owner also owns a major NFL team – a four-metre silver jaguar graces the bow, its paw resting on a football helmet. Reymond Langton handled the interior, which is dripping in bronze, gold, silver and precious stones. Highlights include a grand Art Deco atrium with a curved staircase, a two-storey video wall and a custom piano. She can host up to 270 people.

Kismet is asking €169,000,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship.

Tranquility | 91.5m

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The 91.5 metre motor yacht Tranquility was the first yacht built to the PYC standard when she was delivered in June 2014 by Oceanco. An interior by Britsh studio Winch Design takes inspiration from Asia with exotic materials like wenge, gold leaf, bamboo and marble featured throughout. Tranquility is commercially approved to sleep 26 guests, making her a desirable charter yacht. Standout features include a swimming pool, two Hodgson tenders, a spa and a master suite with wraparound windows. 

Tranquility is asking €149,900,000 with Burgess.

Dubawi | 91m

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The 91 metre Dubawi was originally delivered as a cruise ship by Cantieri Navale Ferrari in 1989 before Platinum Yachts transformed her into a private yacht in 2009. As a result of her cruising heritage, the yacht has an internal volume comparable to a yacht of 100 metres or more with space for a nightclub, a beach club, a private owner’s deck and hospital facilities. As many as 22 vibrant cabins can accommodate up to 44 guests waited on by up to 70 crew members.  

Dubawi is asking $28,000,000 with Worth Avenue Yachts.

Read More/Dubawi: A first look inside the 91m superyacht for sale

Ice | 90m


The 90 metre Ice is one of the newest additions to the brokerage market having been listed for sale in January 2023. Originally known as Air, she was one of the first vessels to be fitted with electrically-powered Azipod propellers, allowing her to venture further and reduce her environmental impact at the same time. Her five decks and 3,268GT offer accommodation for 14 guests and a crew of 27 with design legends Tim Heywood and Terence Disdale behind the exterior and interior. 

Ice is asking €120,000,000 with Blackorange Yachts.

Phoenix 2 | 90m

Phoenix II

Phoenix 2 feels like the floating version of Jay Gatsby’s mansion with cherry velvet floors and gilded details. The 90 metre Lürssen was completed in 2010 and the owner commissioned Winch Design to conjure up her intricate Art Deco meets the New York skyline design concept. A 5.7-metre phoenix figurehead rises up from the bow like the eagles mounted on the Chrysler building, while her bold interior is an entertainer's dream with a sommelier room, three pools, plush cinema room and custom Steinway providing musical accompaniment as guests dine.

Phoenix II is asking €129,000,000 (EU VAT paid) with Burgess.

Illusion Plus | 88.5m

Illusion Plus

At 88.5 metres in length, Illusion Plus is the largest yacht ever built in Asia. She left the Pride Mega Yachts shipyard in 2018 and is searching for an owner ready to make the most of her 5,000 nautical-mile range and luxury amenities. A spacious interior, granted by a 15-metre beam, is the work of Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design and houses a spa, a lower deck ocean lounge with a bar and an 80-square-metre full-beam master suite. Outside, Illusion Plus boasts two Jacuzzi tubs and a touch-and-go helipad for guests to come and go as they please.

Illusion Plus is asking $79,800,000 with Burgess and Fraser.

Asean Lady | 88.2m

Asean Lady

Asean Lady is an unconventional multihull inspired by the design of a Proa – a bamboo outrigger canoe used for centuries in the South Pacific – and has been turning heads with her distinctive design since she was first delivered in 2004. Her design enables easy berthing and stability on the water, as well as a vast interior with a 160-square-metre master cabin. 

Asean Lady is asking $27,000,000 with Raffles Yacht.

Chakra | 86m

Chakra superyacht for sale

First delivered in 1963 as a commercial vessel, the 86 metre Chakra was converted into a fully-fledged superyacht in 1998 by British yard Devonport Yachts. Accommodation is for a total of 42 guests in 21 cabins while the crew quarters allow for a staff of 43. Split across five decks, Chakra features a 12.5-metre beam and 2,083GT of space for guests to roam. Highlights include a dedicated yoga area and a spa pool on the bridge deck and range of 10,000 nautical miles and a top speed of 15 knots.

Price available on application with SSH Maritime and Merle Wood & Associates.

B2 | 85.7m


Abeking & Rasmussen's B2, formerly known as C2, was delivered in 2009 and is the third largest superyacht on the water to be built by the German shipyard. She has been meticulously maintained throughout her life and is offered for sale fresh from a four-million-euro refit with an interior facelift courtesy of Winch Design. B2 features a midnight-blue hull and yellow bootstripe, paired with an ice-white superstructure with clean lines courtesy of Reymond Langton Design. In 2020, she received a seven-metre extension of her hull, allowing for a vast beach club that opens on three sides and the addition of a glass-bottom swimming pool that sits laterally across the main deck.

B2 is asking €88,000,000 with Moravia Yachting.

Read More/€9M price drop on 86m Abeking & Rasmussen motor yacht B2

More about this yacht

Lurssen   95.2 m •  2014
Lurssen   155 m •  2008

Yachts for sale

Oceanco   91.5 m •  26 guests •  €149,900,000
Devonport   86 m •  42 guests •  POA

Yachts for charter

Lurssen   90.1 m •  12 guests • Price from €1,150,000 p/w

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