The superyachts for sale at the Miami Yacht Show 2019

Rogue

Asking $1,595,000 with Denison Yachting

Built in aluminium by US yard Poole Boat Company to a design by Todd Chaffee and delivered in 1984, Rogue had an extensive refit between 1998 and 2000. The refit included a new bow design, new superstructure and a transom extension allowing for a tender elevator. Further work included upgrades to the electronic and mechanical systems and new engines.

Length: 32 metres
Builder: Poole Boat Company
Designer: Todd Chaffee
Broker: Denison Yachting

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Poole   32 m •   1983

Alaina

Asking $1,750,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship

The 24.99 metre motor yacht Alaina was built in GRP by Sunseeker and delivered in 2003. Eight guests can be accommodated on board this yacht for sale with modest quarters allowing for a crew of one. Twin Caterpillar 1550.0hp diesel engines allow for a top speed of 32 knots with a range of 300nm at a cruising speed of 25 knots.

Length: 24.99 metres
Builder: Sunseeker
Designer: Sunseeker
Broker: Moran Yacht & Ship

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Sunseeker   25.15 m •   2003

Miller Time

Asking $4,395,000 with RJC Yacht Sales

Built in GRP by US yard Hatteras, Miller Time was delivered in 2012 as an 80’ enclosed flybridge model. The interior features high gloss African mahogany joinery, granite counter tops, custom furniture, designer fabrics and rich leathers. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a full beam master suite with a king sized bed and three doubles with queen sized beds. All guest cabins have entertainment centres, Samsung television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities while the crew quarters sleep three staff.

Length: 24.3 metres
Builder: Hatteras
Design: In-house
Broker: RJC Yachts Sales

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Hatteras   24.32 m •   2012

Kemosabe

Asking $11,500,000 at RJC Yacht Sales

Built in GRP by US yard Westport to a design by Jack Sarin, Kemosabe was delivered in 2008 as a Westport 130’ model and had a complete interior refit in 2015. Her Robin Rose interior has raised panel mahogany with burl inlays throughout and she accommodates 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a full beam master suite on the main deck, two mirror image VIP suites below amidships to port and starboard, and two twins, all with HD television screens, WiFi internet access and en suite bathroom facilities.

Length: 39.62 metres
Builder: Westport
Designer: Jack Sarin
Broker: RJC Yacht Sales

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Westport   39.62 m •   2007

Tremenda

Asking $13,250,000 with IYC

Built in aluminium by The Italian Sea Group, Tremenda was delivered in June 2016 as one of the yard’s Admiral Impero models. Exterior styling by Luca Dini gives her a modern-looking military appearance that follows the styling of the rest of the Impero range. The interior design by Gian Marco Campanino and Admiral Centro Stile features dark joinery throughout, which contrasts with the rare marble panels and natural leather surfaces.

Length: 37.5 metres
Builder: The Italian Sea Group
Designer: Luca Dini
Broker: IYC

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Lazy Z

Asking $16,900,000 with Burgess

Built in steel and aluminium by the Dutch superyacht yard Oceanco to a design by The A Group with delivery in 1997 and most recently refitted in 2015, Lazy Z has benefitted from the care and attention of a highly experienced captain and crew. An earlier 2012 $4 million refit included exterior paint and teak deck work, interior decor, installation of Quantum zero speed stabilisers, 15-year Lloyd's Class inspections and survey, and a complete service of all mechanical, plumbing and piping systems.

Length: 51.8 metres
Builder: Oceanco
Designer: The A Group
Broker: Burgess

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Oceanco   51.8 m •   1997

Minderella

Asking $16,900,000 with Y.CO and Merle Wood & Associates

Minderella was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship with naval architecture by De Voogt and interior design by Terence Disdale with delivery in 1986 and refits in 2003 and 2016. The $20 million 2016 refit, carried out at the Derecktor Shipyard in Florida, saw her receive new paint, entertainment systems, audio/visual equipment and soft furnishings. She went on to become a finalist at the 2017 World Superyacht Awards in the Best Refit category.

Length: 57.3 metres
Builder: Feadship
Designer: De Voogt
Broker: Y.CO and Merle Wood & Associates

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Feadship   57.3 m •   1986

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Feadship   57.3 m •  10 guests •  $17,900,000

Kinta

Asking €18,900,000 with IYC

Designed by Paolo Caliari, Kinta was built in steel and aluminium by Turkish yard Turquoise Yachts to ABS class and MCA coded with delivery in 2008. A full interior refit in 2012 supervised by Jean-Guy Verges saw her receive new dark wenge wood flooring, new soft goods and ceilings refreshed in a light camel colour.

Length: 54.9 metres
Builder: Turquoise Yachts
Designer: Paolo Caliari
Broker: IYC

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Turquoise Yachts   53.2 m •   2008

Silver Lining

Asking $34,000,000 with IYC and Peter Kehoe & Associates

Silver Lining was built in GRP by US yard Christensen to ABS class and delivered in 2016 as the first superyacht from the yard since its buyout in 2015. Interior designer Kimberly Graham took full advantage of the massive interior spaces to create six cabins for 12 guests decorated in silk-finished black American walnut panelling. The cabin layout comprises a main-deck master suite, two VIP suites, a double and two twins, all with entertainment centres, satellite television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities. There is further accommodation for up to ten crewmembers in five cabins.

Length: 50 metres
Builder: Christensen
Designer: In-house
Broker: IYC and Peter Kehoe & Associates

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Christensen   50 m •   2017

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Christensen   49.99 m •   12 guests • Price from $265,000 p/w

Excellence V

Asking €69,5000,000 with Burgess and Merle Wood & Associates

With exterior styling and interior design by Reymond Langton, Excellence V was built in steel and aluminium by German yard Abeking and Rasmussen to Lloyd's class and delivered in 2012. She has since been carefully maintained with regular upgrades and presents immaculately. In 2017 this included a superstructure repaint, full main engine service and a rebuild of the generators.

Length: 60.9 metres
Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
Designer: Reymond Langton
Broker: Burgess and Merle Wood & Associates

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Abeking & Rasmussen   60 m •   2012

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