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12 yachts for sale at the 2022 Palm Beach International Boat Show

18 March 2022• Written by Tom McGhie

SUPERYACHT DIRECTORY

Motor Yacht

THUNDER

Oceanfast ·  49.83 m ·  1998
Motor Yacht

MIZU

Oceanfast ·  53 m ·  2004

As the 2022 Palm Beach International Boat Show gets ready to return to the sunshine state from 24 - 27 March, we take a look at this year's line up of brokerage boats on display...

Vianne

Asking €7,900,000 with Burgess

The 52 metre motor yacht Vianne was constructed in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Benetti. Designed by Stefano Nattuci with a Terence Disdale interior, the yacht was delivered in 1995 and completely rebuilt in 2002. Accommodation for 12 guests in five cabins, comprising a main deck master suite, VIP suite, double and twin plus two Pullman berths, all en-suite. Stand out features include her helipad, as well as the ability to host cocktail parties for up to 100 guests aboard. Vianne is even accepting offers in cryptocurrency. 

Odyssea

Asking $26,500,000 with Denison Yachting

Heesen’s 46.75 metre motor yacht Odyssea was delivered in 2012 under the name Lady Petra for the yard’s founder, Frans Heesen and his wife Petra. Sporting the exterior stylings of Omega Architects, the “balanced” tri-deck yacht features a vertical wheelhouse windscreen alongside several windows and elliptical ports. Her Bannenberg & Rowell-styled interiors offer accommodation for up to 12 guests in six cabins, including a main deck master’s suite, a VIP suite, two doubles and two singles with Pullman berths.

11.11

Asking €59,500,000 with Y.CO and Burgess

The award-winning 63 metre superyacht 11.11 was launched in 2015 by Italian yard Benetti. Designed in-house, the yacht sports a vertical plumb bow and sleek lines and benefits from a multi-million euro refit and five-year survey completed this year. Highlights include a sky lounge cocktail bar, as well as a “sprawling sundeck” complete with a bejewelled mosaic  Jacuzzi. Accommodation is for a total of 14 guests across six cabins including a lavish master suite on the upper deck.

Thunder

Asking $8,800,000 with IYC

The 50 metre Thunder was constructed in GRP by Australian yard and features an eye-catching exterior courtesy of the late Jon Bannenberg. Designed with speed in mind, the yacht’s lightweight materials feature alongside twin 2,950hp MTU V16 diesel engines, powering her to speeds of 40 knots and above. Just for good measure, the owner added a 4,600hp Textron gas turbine, gifting Thunder a total power of 10,500hp, equivalent to seven Bugatti Chiron supercars.

Mizu

Asking $9,900,000 with Merle Wood & Associates

Penned by Sam Sorgiovanni, the 53 metre Oceanfast was constructed in aluminium and delivered in 2004 with an extensive refit in 2016. Her luxurious interiors host a cosy saloon with multiple armchairs and sofas, while accommodation comes for up to 10 guests in five cabins including a master suite on the bridge deck with a media room and private dining area. Elsewhere, a VIP suite, a double and two twins round off the guest accommodation.

Daybreak

Asking $12,900,000 with Yachtzoo

The 46.7 metre Feadship motor yacht Daybreak was delivered by the Dutch yard in 1997 and has been dedicatedly maintained ever since, with refits in 2016 and 2018. Up to 12 guests find comfortable accommodation in six cabins, all of which come with flatscreen televisions and marble en suite bathrooms. During the day, guests can enjoy a dip in the sun deck Jacuzzi tub or while away the starry nights in the company of friends on the foredeck.

She’s a 10

Asking $8,495,000 with Worth Avenue Yachts

The 49.5 metre motor yacht She’s a 10 sports a classic exterior by Jon Bannenberg and was delivered in 1989 by Australian shipyard Oceanfast. Her six cabins are all en suite, configured as a bridge deck master suite and four doubles while the media room serves as a sixth cabin. Elsewhere, the large main deck saloon offers a games table, white carpeting and comfortable seating with a recently installed full-service bar.

Dorothea III

Asking $14,950,000 with by Denison Yachting with Merle Wood & Associates

Constructed by Chinese yard Cheoy Lee and delivered in 2007 Dorothea III was designed by Ron Holland with adventure in mind. She successfully cruised over 170,000 miles in the past eight years and scooped up the Voyagers Award at the 2020 World Superyacht Awards following a 20-month circumnavigation. Accommodation comes for up to 10 guests in five cabins, comprising a bridge deck master suite, a VIP suite, a double, a twin and a gym that easily converts into a cabin. The current owner is now accepting bitcoin as payment, as well partial trade of a smaller yacht, aircraft or real estate.

Venera

Asking €9,850,000 with Eastwind Yachts

The third hull in Van der Valk's explorer series, Venera was launched in autumn 2020 and was delivered to her owners the following summer. Stand out features include a superyacht-styled sundeck entirely dedicated to leisure, without a flybridge helm station intruding on the al fresco entertainment. Accommodation sleeps up to ten guests in five staterooms, including a main deck owner’s suite, two VIP doubles and two twin cabins. Crew quarters are found aft.

Lady L

Asking €16,900,000 with FGI Yacht Group

The aluminium-built Heesen motor yacht Lady L sports an exterior by Omega Architects and was delivered in 2012 as part of Heesen’s 4400 series. Amenities abound on board the 44 metre motor yacht, including al fresco dining on her sky lounge deck, and a Jacuzzi surrounded by sun pads on the sundeck. Elsewhere, 10 guests can find accommodation in five cabins, comprising a nine metre full-beam master suite, two VIP suites and two twin rooms.

Q

Asking $21,500,000 with Yachting Partners International

Sold as recently as October 2021, the 47.5 metre Sunseeker motor yacht Princess AVK is back on the market, renamed Q and listed for sale by Yachting Partners International. She was built by Sunseeker and delivered in 2016 as a Sunseeker 155 model. The accommodation features six guest cabins and space for 11 crew with the master and two VIP suites on the main deck and three further guest cabins on the lower deck.

tintin

Asking $17,500,000 with Fraser

tintin is the newest Westport 112 available for sale and offers prospective owners a brand new boat with a custom interior without the wait times associated with a new build. tintin's bright and colourful interior was conceived by Westport's in-house design team and can accommodate up to eight guests in four cabins with a crew of five. Up top, the yacht's flybridge can be fully-enclosed and air-conditioned as needed and comes complete with a teak deck, bar and whirlpool Jacuzzi. 

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