The 126 metre Lürssen Octopus takes the top spot in our round-up of the most expensive superyachts for sale. Delivered in 2003, Octopus remains one of the largest superyachts in the world. Ice-classed, she features exterior design by Espen Øino and interiors penned by Jonathan Quinn Barnett. Highlights include two helipads, a 10-person submarine and an underwater observation lounge. She can sleep 26 guests with a crew of 63.
Built in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Benetti to a design by Reymond Langton, the 107.6 metre motor yacht Luminosity is brand- new, offering a two-year builder’s warranty. A luxurious modern interior accommodates up to 27 guests in 12 cabins, comprising a master suite on the owner’s deck and 11 cabins below, including a four berth children’s/staff cabin.
Luminosity is asking €225,000,000 with Burgess and Fraser
Lürssen's 106 metre Amadea takes the penultimate spot. Designed by Espen Øino with interiors penned by Francois Zuretti, Amadea was delivered in 2017. Accommodation is for up to 16 guests in eight cabins, with a crew of 36. Standout features include a spa with a Moroccan-inspired lounge, a helipad, infinity pool, and a sunbathing area that can transform into a stage.
Price on application with Imperial Yachts.
With exterior styling and interior design by Sam Sorgiovanni, the 88.5 metre motor yacht Barbara was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Oceanco to Lloyds class and MCA coded with delivery in 2017. Luxurious accommodation is for 14 guests in seven cabins including a master suite on the upper deck with a private office and sea balconies on either side. Six further guest cabins are located on the main deck forward.
The price of Barbara is available on application with Fraser and Burgess.
Built in steel and aluminium and delivered in 2014 to a design by Espen Oeino, the 95.2 metre motor yacht Kismet has a breathtaking interior by Reymond Langton featuring only the finest of materials including rare woods, fabrics and marbles. Accommodation is for up to 16 guests across eight sumptuous staterooms including a master suite with a private deck complete with Jacuzzi and helipad access.
Kismet is asking €169,000,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship.
After being sold at auction following the yacht's seizure earlier in the year, the 91.5 metre motor yacht Tranquility (previously Equanimity) is back on the market. Tranquility was built by Oceanco in 2014 with interiors penned by Winch Design. She can sleep up to 26 guests in nine cabins, with further accommodation for up to 26 crew. In 2019, Tranquility was chartered by makeup mogul, and the world's youngest billionaire, Kylie Jenner.
Tranquility is asking €149,900,000 with Burgess.
Built in steel to Lloyds class by German yard Blohm + Voss with in-house naval architecture, the 105 metre motor yacht Lady Moura was delivered to a Saudi Arabian client in 1990 and has had the same owner ever since. Accommodation in a luxury interior designed by Luigi Sturchio is for as many as 27 guests in 13 cabins comprising a master suite, VIP suite and 11 further cabins. All guest cabins have state-of-the-art entertainment systems and en suite bathroom facilities.
Built in steel and aluminium by Lurssen and designed by Winch Designs both inside and out, the 85 metre motor yacht Ace has an unusual profile with large side arches surmounted by oval side balconies. Stairs contained within the arches give access to the first three aft decks. The bridge deck is almost completely enclosed, including the aft part, and there is a further sun deck above the upper deck.
Ace is asking €145,000,000 with Eastwind Yachts
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Oceanco with delivery in 2010 and a refit in 2018, sporting exterior styling by the late Björn Johansson and interior design by Terence Disdale, the 88.5 metre motor yacht Sunrays is a technologically advanced full displacement superyacht distinguished immediately by her unusual teal coloured hull. Accommodation is for 18 guests split between nine cabins including a master suite complete with its own private terrace and Jacuzzi and an adjoining VIP suite.
Sunrays is asking €129,000,000 with Edmiston & Company and Merle Wood & Associates.
Built in steel and aluminium by German yard Lurssen to a design by Espen Oeino and Lloyds classed, the 85 metre motor yacht Valerie was delivered in 2011 with her latest refit in 2019, and has had the same owner since new. Designers Reymond Langton have taken full advantage of her impressive volume of 2,755GT to create an expansive interior accommodating 12 guests in six cabins.
Valerie is asking €120,000,000 with Dynamiq Sales & Charter