The 50 most expensive yachts for sale now

How much does a superyacht cost? The answer is not so simple. Much like a luxury watch or car, the asking price depends on a variety of factors such as age, pedigree and finish, with the largest and newest vessels peaking into the hundreds of millions. To give you a better idea, BOAT International rounds up the 50 most expensive yachts currently listed for sale, starting with the 105.3-metre H3...


Asking €295,000,000 with Edmiston

Builder: Oceanco
Length: 105.3m
Designers: Reymond Langton Design, Lateral Naval Architects

The most expensive superyacht for sale is H3. What began as a refit project escalated into a three-year rebuild that completely transformed the 95-metre Indian Empress. Twenty two years after her initial delivery, she was relaunched as the 105.3-metre H3, with virtually nothing left from her original design except the hull (which had also been extended a further 10 metres). This "rebirth" won her international acclaim and a World Superyacht Award. Her amenities are too numerous to mention but some standouts include a large pool with a waterfall feature, a huge spa and wellness area with a hairdresser and nail salon, a gymnasium and a climate-controlled winter garden in the owner's suite.

Read More/For sale: Inside 105m Oceanco H3 and her epic rebuild

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Oceanco   105.26 m •   2000

Lady Lara

Asking €230,000,000 with Merle Wood & Associates and Y.CO

Builder: Lürssen
Length: 91m
Designers: Reymond Langton Design

Lady Lara joined the market in September 2023, marking the first time she had been available for sale since her delivery in 2015. She boasts a range of entertainment amenities, including two swimming pools – the largest of which can be transformed into a dancefloor – and a custom surround sound set-up. The second pool is found on the sundeck with a swim-up bar, with a large daybed and sunlounger also on this level. Accommodation is for a total of 16 guests across eight cabins and the master suite is positioned on a dedicated owner's deck. It includes a private exterior terrace accessible from the cabin, a library, his and hers bathrooms and dressing rooms.

Read More/Lady Lara: On board the 91m Lürssen modern-day icon

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Lurssen   91 m •   2015

Yachts for sale

Lurssen   91 m •  16 guests •  €230,000,000

Here Comes the Sun

Asking €199,000,000 with Burgess

Builder: Amels
Length: 89m
Designers: Tim Heywood, Azure Yacht Design and Naval Architecture, Winch Design

Here Comes the Sun was delivered in 2017 as the flagship of the Amels fleet, a title that she has held for the past six years. She was commissioned by a repeat client with a penchant for The Beatles and has an exterior and interior from the boards of design royalty: Tim Heywood and Andrew Winch. Her outdoor spaces are certain to impress, housing a two-metre-deep swimming pool with contraflow jets and a beach club and bar that leads into a wellness centre with its own sauna, massage room and beauty salon. A full rebuild in 2021 won her a Neptune at the World Superyacht Awards.

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Amels   89 m •   2016


Asking €208,000,000 with Large Yacht Corp

Builder: Oceanco
Length: 90m
Designers: Luiz De Basto, Azure Yacht Design and Naval Architecture, Nuvolari Lenard

DAR was delivered in 2018 and won Motor Yacht of the Year "by a good margin" at the World Superyacht Awards the following year. Standout features include an owner's deck – complete with private saloon and Jacuzzi – as well as a wellness area, with Hammam, sauna and massage and beauty room. The upper deck sports a fresh water pool with counter current and the yacht also has a gymnasium with floor-to-ceiling windows. A six-person elevator serves all guest decks, with an owner's party of up to 14.

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Oceanco   90 m •   2018

Yachts for sale

Oceanco   90 m •  14 guests •  €208,000,000

Yachts for charter

Oceanco   90 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,200,000 p/w


Asking €185,000,000 with Burgess

Builder: Lürssen
Length: 114.5m
Designers: Tim Heywood, Terence Disdale

Pelorus was delivered in 2003 as the 11th largest superyacht in the world and easily the largest yacht to be built by Lürssen at the time. She was commissioned by a Saudi businessman who enjoyed a single cruise aboard his new vessel before a new buyer made an offer too good to refuse. Exterior designer Tim Heywood stocked the yacht with a top deck lido featuring two swimming pools, two helicopter pads and a vast sea-level platform that is revealed by opening the transom. The immense task of designing the interior was carried out by Terence Disdale, who opted to use natural materials wherever possible to maintain a "casual" atmosphere to offset the yacht’s imposing frame. Pelorus can welcome 18 guests with room for an additional 46 crew members.

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Lurssen   114.5 m •   2003

Yachts for sale

Lurssen   114.5 m •  18 guests •  €185,000,000


Asking €140,000,000 with Edmiston

Builder: Feadship
Length: 83.5m
Designers: Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects, Cristina Gherardi Design

Savannah's boundary-pushing design landed her the Motor Yacht of the Year Award at the World Superyacht Awards in 2016. She was the first superyacht to receive a completely metallic paint job and was equipped with a first-of-its-kind hybrid power plant, making Savannah one of the first truly "eco-conscious" members of the international fleet – though she's more popularly known for her Nemo Lounge. Another first, the lounge is designed with a semi-submerged sheet of glazing that provides an incredible view beneath the waterline. The glass wall is also fitted with a drop-down screen for impromptu cinema nights. 

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Feadship   83.5 m •   2015

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Feadship   83.5 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,000,000 p/w


Asking €135,000,000 with Bluewater Yachting Dubai

Builder: Benetti
Length: 107.6m
Designers: Reymond Langton Design, Giorgio M. Cassetta, Zaniz

With rotating seating areas, an interactive, 18-metre-high forest wall and 800 square metres of windows, Luminosity set a new standard for yacht design when she was delivered in 2022. Accommodation is across an impressive 11 cabins, not including the dedicated owner's deck with its own helicopter pad.  Meanwhile, her counter-flow swimming pool is the exterior centrepiece, kitted out with underwater speakers, an adjustable bottom and a custom chandelier inspired by a diamond. An accompanying four-degree plunge pool is decorated with on-theme visual cues such as mirror-backed acrylic "ice-cubes".

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Benetti   107.6 m •   2020

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Benetti   107.6 m •  27 guests •  €135,000,000


Asking €130,000,000 with Bluewater Yachting

Builder: Lürssen
Length: 74m
Designers: Winch Design

Constructed to Lloyd’s classification, Aurora's key figures include an impressive volume of 2,113GT (split across four decks) and a beam of 13.2 metres, while a crew of 22 waits on an owner’s every need. 1920s Art Deco-inspired interiors house up to 16 guests in eight stately cabins. Among these is the private owner’s suite which features wraparound views and access to a private lounge foredeck. She also features an intimate top deck observation lounge with a daybed and a lounge with three bar stools forward, while a gym and Jacuzzi are found aft.

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Lurssen   74 m •   2017

Yachts for sale

Lurssen   74 m •  14 guests •  €130,000,000

Phoenix 2

Asking €124,950,000 with Burgess and Cecil Wright & Partners

Builder: Lürssen
Length: 90m
Designers: Winch Design

Phoenix 2 takes a page (or two) from Art Deco styling with her cherry velvet flooring and gilded details. The owner commissioned Winch Design to create her intricate cityscape-inspired design concept, including a 5.7-metre phoenix figurehead modelled after the Chrysler building's mounted eagles. Roaring highlights include a sommelier room, multiple swimming pools, a plush cinema room and a custom Steinway for some musical accompaniment at mealtimes. Accommodation is for up to 14 guests in seven cabins, including a full-beam owner's cabin accessible via a glass spiral staircase.

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Lurssen   90.01 m •   2010

Yachts for sale

Lurssen   90.1 m •  12 guests •  €124,950,000

Yachts for charter

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


POA with Barnes Yachting

Builder: AKYACHT
Length: 85m
Designers: Michael Leach Design, Marco Yachts, H2 Yacht Design

After beginning life as a 77-metre explorer 14 years ago, the completion of Victorious was long-awaited. Key features include an indoor pool in the beach club, cocktail lounge, observation saloon and a wine and cigar “clubroom” which features its own fireplace. Accommodation is for 24 guests in 12 cabins, with further quarters for a crew of 22. The owner's suite is located up on the bridge deck and benefits from direct access to the Jacuzzi and sunpads aft. On the foredeck is a "touch-and-go" helipad that can also be used as an entertainment space.

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AKYACHT   85 m •   2021

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