FLIBS 2019: The Top Yachts For Sale at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2019 | Boat International
27 The Top Yachts For Sale at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2019
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Here Comes the Sun
Asking €155,000,000 with Fraser

Take a look at top yachts for sale that will be on display at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2019 later this month.

1. Here Comes the Sun

Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Amels to a design by Tim Heywood, the 83 metre motor yacht Here Comes the Sun was delivered in 2017 as the first in the yard’s Limited Editions 272 series. An interior by Winch Design in intricately carved walnut panelling accommodates up to 18 guests in nine cabins. Master and VIP suites are found on the upper deck, as well as two VIP suites which can partition to become four staterooms. Three further guests' cabins are located on the main deck.

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Solo
Asking €71,500,000 with IYC and Northrop & Johnson

Designed by Francesco Paszkowski, the 72 metre motor yacht Solo was built in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Tankoa Yachts to RINA and Lloyds class with delivery in 2018. A luxurious interior by Margherita Casprini that is both modern and masculine accommodates 12 guests in six cabins comprising a master suite with a private terrace, a VIP suite, two doubles and two twins.

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Sycara V
Asking €59,500,000 with Fraser

Built in steel and aluminium by German superyacht yard Nobiskrug, the 68.15 metre motor yacht Sycara V was delivered to her owners in 2010, becoming a subsequent winner at the 2011 World Superyacht Awards. With exterior styling and interior design by Craig Beale of Pure Detail, the interior of Sycara V is dedicated to spacious living, as can be seen in the main deck saloon, which offers an open space of more than 25 metres from the dining room to the library, providing the feeling of living in a penthouse.

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Lady Sheridan
Asking $39,950,000 with Burgess and Merle Wood & Associates

Built in steel and aluminium by German superyacht yard Abeking & Rasmussen to Lloyds class, the 57.9 metre motor yacht Lady Sheridan was launched in 2007. She features exterior and interior design by Donald Starkey and accommodates 12 guests in six cabins. The full beam master suite is located on the main deck and boasts a study and walk-in dressing room, while the VIP suite is on the bridge deck. Four additional cabins are below deck and consist of three doubles and a twin.

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Book Ends
Asking €29,900,000 with Ocean Independence

Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Heesen Yachts to a design by Omega Architects, the 47 metre motor yacht Book Ends was delivered in 2017. An interior by Bannenberg & Rowell featuring sporty, high-tech finishes accommodates 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite, double and two twins.

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

The 50 metre motor yacht 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.

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Cynthia
Asking $29,500,000 with Merle Wood & Associates

Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to a design by De Voogt Naval Architects and Lloyd's classed, the 55.5 metre motor yacht Cynthia was delivered in 2005 with her most recent refit in 2018, which saw her original RWD interior replaced by a new Claudette Bonville décor. Accommodation is for up to ten guests in five cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite situated forward on the main deck with panoramic views, along with two doubles and two twins below, all with individual décor and full en-suite facilities.

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Sirona III
Asking $27,950,000 with Merle Wood & Associates

Built in steel and GRP by Australian yard Oceanfast to a design by the legendary Jon Bannenberg, the 56.39 metre motor yacht Sirona III was delivered in 2004 and has never been chartered. Lloyds classed and MCA compliant, a contemporary interior by Craig Beale accommodates up to 16 guests in six cabins consisting of a master suite on the upper deck and four doubles plus a twin with Pullman berths.

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Sovereign
Asking $24,950,000 with Worth Avenue Yachts

The 54.9 metre motor yacht Sovereign became the flagship of Newcastle Marine when she was launched in 2011, both the largest ship the American yard had ever built and the first hull of the Newcastle 5500 series. Built in steel and aluminium she has been upgraded continuously since her launch under the supervision of Patton Marine Surveyors and a hull respray has heightened the powerful exterior styling by Murray & Associates.

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Broadwater
Asking $22,900,000 with Worth Avenue Yachts

With an interior and exterior design by Donald Starkey, and built in aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to Lloyd's class and MCA compliancy, with delivery in 2002, the 50.3 metre motor yacht Broadwater has been carefully maintained to the highest standards and underwent a full exterior repaint along with interior upgrades in 2013. Her original build specification called for a seaworthy yacht capable of cruising anywhere in the world including the shallow waters of the Bahamas.

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