Owning a luxury yacht doesn't have to cost you hundreds of millions. We shine a light on five standout superyachts currently listed for sale for less than €5 million to show you how much boat you can buy for just seven figures...
The seriously quick 31 metre Italcraft motor yacht Ale.Mia was delivered in 2008 to a design by Gianluca Caputi. One of the yard’s Maxi Drogo 105 models, she sleeps up to 10 guests in five cabins. The large foredeck features a large sunpad forward with an al fresco dining area aft, while the luxurious main saloon is well-lit with a formal dining area forward. MTU diesel engines provide a zippy top speed of 39.5 knots.
The 40 metre Whispers was constructed in triple-planked mahogany by Italian yard Cantieri di Pisa to a design by Pier-Luigi Spadolini in 1985. Delivered as an Akhir model, she was fully refitted in 2015 and now features a sparkling interior capable of sleeping eight guests in four cabins. The yacht’s outdoor spaces have been designed to offer an array of al fresco dining and socialising areas, with a sundeck boasting a Jacuzzi and open-air barbecue.
The 35 metre Guadeamas was delivered in 1996 by Singapore yard Greenbay. She’s now very much an old-head on young shoulders, having enjoyed a full refit in 2019. This yacht for sale includes accommodation for up to 10 guests in five cabins, with space for five crew members. Highlights include a sundeck with an al fresco dining area and a built-in Jacuzzi.
Built in 1993 by Greek shipyard Kanelos, the 38 metre Althea was refitted extensively in 2020 and accommodates 12 guests in five stately cabins. The sailing yacht is a modern twin mast schooner motor sailor and features a modern interior decoration courtesy of Andrew Winch’s design. Her ample deck space hosts several opportunities for al fresco dining area, while panoramic views of the ocean readily abound.
Pearl of London
Penned by Don Shead, Pearl of London was built in GRP by British yard Sunseeker International as a Sunseeker 94 model. She is RINA classed and was delivered in 2005, with a full refit in 2014 carried out by designer Alexander Kovatchev. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins comprising a master suite, a VIP cabin and two twins, all of which feature an en-suite bathroom and an entertainment centre.
Pearl of London is asking €1,995,000 with Bristow-Holmes.