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5 things you need to know about the superyacht market in June

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The brokerage market for sailing superyachts is bouncing back

2015 was widely regarded to be a bad year for sailing yacht sales, with 32 sales, down from 45 in 2014, but the market is showing promising signs of recovery.

So far this year there have been 11 sales of sailing yachts, the same number as in the equivalent period last year, but the average asking price of €8,440,000 is well above the €2,910,000 figure from the first five months of 2015 and indicates there could be a busy summer ahead for brokers specialising in sailing superyachts.

Notable sailing superyachts to change hands so far this year include the 57.5 metre Royal Huisman yacht Twizzle (pictured above) and 51.8 metre Alloy yachtMondango 2.

And looking forward there are several notable new listings to feed the demand, including 25.6 metre Cookson sailing yacht My Song and 34.14 metre Sangermani yacht Seljm.

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