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The 12 most expensive sailing superyachts for sale

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Shenandoah of Sark

Asking €15M with Edmiston & Company

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one of the most expensive sailing yachts in the world

Words by Koray Gurur

The oldest yacht in our collection of the most expensive sailing superyachts for sale has an intriguing history. Launched in 1902, Shenandoah of Sark's century of life afloat has seen her confiscated by the British Navy during the First World War, bought by Italian prince Spado Veralli and renamed several times.

Refit in 1998, and again in 2009, the interior styling by Gae Aulenti and Bureau Veritas is a fine blend of traditional and contemporary design. She has accommodation for 10 guests in one master and three double cabins with two Pullman berths.

Shenandoah of Sark is for sale in immaculate condition and asking €15,000,000 with Edmiston & Company.

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Orion of the Seas

Asking €16.5M with Edmiston & Company

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one of the most expensive sailing yachts in the world

It's not just her fame that makes Orion of the Seas one of the most expensive sailing superyachts for sale right now. Previously owned by Charles Nicholson, she was launched in 1910 by the Camper & Nicholsons yard and went on to become one of the most iconic classic sailing superyachts of all time.

After being fully rebuilt in 2005, Orion of the Seas is once more guaranteed to be one of the most striking vessels in any port.

During the refit of this 49.29 metre sailing yacht, the hull planking was removed and the bare steel frames were re-galvanised and painted. The massive teak and iroco planks were then reattached and her interior was fully restored; with the original fittings and fixtures being retained wherever possible.

Orion of the Seas is asking for €16,500,000 with Edmiston & Company.

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Wave

Asking €16.6M with Northrop & Johnson and Camper & Nicholsons International

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one of the most expensive sailing yachts for sale

Not due for delivery until 2018, the new build Admiral Wave 38, currently for sale, is the second hull of the Italian Sea Group’s range of superyachts designed by Philippe Briand.

With a lightweight aluminium hull, carbon rig, lifting keel and a large sail area, this 38 metre sloop will be highly competitive on the superyacht regatta circuit. But with a beamy hull and a wider aft section, she has plenty of deck space and uncommon volumes inside, making her perfect for entertaining and hosting guests.

Her layout envisages a large master suite, two guest suites and a multifunction space that can be an office, a saloon or an extra cabin.

The Admiral Wave 38 is asking €16,600,000 with Camper & Nicholsons International and Northrop & Johnson.

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