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For sale: Five yachts for sale under €5 million

13 January 2022• Written by Olivia Michel


Motor Yacht


Svendborg Skibs ·  25.64 m ·  1973
Sail Yacht


Wally ·  28.54 m ·  2003

Looking to buy a new superyacht for a modest price tag? 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.


Delivered in 1988 but refitted in 2020, the 43.6 metre Van Mill Starship offers impressive volumes for her size. The aluminium superyacht was penned by Pieter Beeldsijder and features a clipper bow and a shallow draft for cruising the Bahamas. Her interiors, styled by Bonville Associates with marble and mahogany finishes, can accommodate up to 12 guests across five ensuite cabins. A highlight is the sundeck, which offers al fresco dining for 10 guests, as well as a Jacuzzi, sunpads and storage for Jet Skis. A proven charter yacht, Starship is well-travelled and has already made five transatlantic crossings.

Starship is asking $5,950,000 with Worth Avenue Yachts.

Magic Blue

Wally's Magic Blue is a 28.54 metre performance-cruiser designed by German Frers with regatta racing in mind. She was delivered in 2003 as a Wally 94 model with carbon-fibre hull and Southern Spars rigging and flies 405 square metres of sail. Magic Blue has a lifting keel for greater balance and agility around the race course, as well as a twin helm and open transom. When cruising, she can sleep up to six guests split between three cabins, comprised of a master suite, double cabin and a twin.

Magic Blue is asking €3,400,000 with Superyacht Partners.

Sunliner X

Defined by sweeping open decks and a cool, casual interior in light hues, Sunliner X is the perfect party yacht for quayside events. Whether you’re attending the Cannes Film Festival or watching the Monaco Grand Prix, the 36 metre superyacht can host as many as 70 guests for a soiree and even has a tent that can be set up on the flybridge for additional shade. There is plenty space for sunbathing above deck, while indoors she can accommodate up to eight guests across four cabins.  Built in GRP by Italian yard Siar-Moschini to a design by Andrea Bacigalupo, Sunliner X was delivered in 1990 but underwent a full refit in 2019.

Sunliner X is asking €2,400,000 with CSO Yachts.

Spirit of Romo

Originally launched in 1973 as a coastal cutter for the Danish Navy, the 25.46 motor yacht Spirit of Romo was converted into a luxury explorer yacht in 2018 by Dutch shipyard Talsma. Today the superyacht is well equipped for adventures in far-flung destinations, with a swimming platform, al fresco dining and a hydraulic crane for launching tenders. Within her classic yet sturdy exterior, Spirit of Romo can accommodate up to eight guests in four cabins together with four members of crew.

Spirit of Romo is asking €1,950,000 with Yachting Partners International.

Sea Lady II

Launched in 1986 by British yard W.A Souter & Son but most recently refitted in 2016, Sea Lady II was designed by Don Shead. The 41.46 can accommodate up to 10 guests in five staterooms, looked after by 8 members of crew. Her clean, contemporary interiors are complemented by a vast sundeck which offers sunbathing spaces and al fresco dining. A 3,000 nautical mile cruising range and Bureau Veritas classification make her ideal for extended, expedition-type cruising.

Sea Lady II is asking €2,750,000 with Fraser.

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