Length: 120 metres
Codenamed Y910, this 120 metre yacht could soon be the biggest yacht ever sold at auction when bids open in December 2021. Lying in Trieste at Fincantieri shipyard, the yacht is one of the largest conversion projects to date. The new owner will be able to customise the yacht according to their wishes, tailoring the completed hull and superstructure into an explorer, research vessel or floating holiday home.
Listed for auction with no reserve with Concierge Auctions and Boathouse Auctions.
Length: 108 metres
One of the most expensive yachts for sale today in the world, the 108 metre motor yacht Ije was delivered in 2019 and is also the longest yacht ever delivered by the Benetti yard. Accommodation on board is for a total of 22 guests in 11 suites, including a private owner's deck. Elsewhere, the yacht is equipped with standout superyacht amenities including stowage for two 12 metre tenders, a cinema, a nightclub and a spacious swimming pool on the main deck aft.
Ije is asking €175,000,000 with Burgess.
Length: 107.6 metres
Previously named Zoza, Luminosity was the second of three 100m+ superyachts delivered by Benetti (alongside IJE and Lana). First delivered in 2020, Luminosity has been described as a "glass palace" thanks to the vast exterior windows that flood the interiors with light. The project was a collaboration of design, with Zaniz Jakubowski, Azure Yacht Design & Naval Architecture, Reymond Langton and Giorgio Cassetta all lending a hand. Designed for multi-generational use, Luminosity features a number of contrasting space son board, from traditional fireplaces to video walls. Accommodation is for a total of 27 guests in 12 cabins, including a huge owner's cabin.
Originally delivered to owner Heidi Horten, the widow of department store owner Helmut Horten, Carinthia VII was the seventh yacht launched in a series of yachts named Carinthia. This iconic superyacht was designed inside and out by Tim Heywood and features a total of six decks with a 3,643GT interior with accommodation for 14 guests in eight cabins. Elsewhere, Carinthia VII features a lower deck spa with a gym, sauna, steam room and plunge pool.
Carinthia VII is listed for sale with Burgess with the price on application.
Length: 92.38 metres
First delivered in 2000, the 92.38 metre Nobiskrug superyacht Tatoosh is equipped for global cruising, with two helicopter pads and on board large tenders. Tatoosh is also decked out for luxury cruising, with a swimming pool, beach club, elevator and swimming pool. Accommodation on board is for a total of 19 guests in 11 cabins, with the owner's suite spread across two levels. Designed for total privacy, the full-beam suite is found on the main deck and includes two dressing rooms and an en suite bathroom. After completing an 11-month refit in March 2021, Tatoosh was listed for sale in February 2021.
Built by Chinese yard Pride Mega Yachts and first delivered in 2004, the 88.15 metre Asean Lady was listed for sale with Raffles Yacht Group earlier this year. Inspired by the design of a Proa – a bamboo outrigger canoe known for stability and long-range – the yacht features accommodation for 18 guests in eight cabins, including a 160 square metre master cabin with a private balcony and office.
Asean Lady is listed with Raffles Yacht Group with an asking price of €30,500,000.
Length: 85.65 metres
With one owner since new, C2 was first delivered in 2009 and was listed for sale fresh from an extensive refit in 2019, which added two new cabins, a new pool, beach club and tender garage. Built by German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen, the 85.65 metre yacht accommodates a total of 31 guests in 15 cabins, as well as accommodation for 27 crew. The owner's suite meanwhile is accessed via a private corridor and sits at the front of the main deck.
The 85 metre Lürssen superyacht Valerie, first delivered in 2011 with a refit in 2019, was designed by legendary superyacht design Espen Øino with a 2,755GT interior penned by Reymond Langton. Accommodation is for a total of 17 guests in nine cabins with a master cabin forward on the main deck. Other features include a helicopter deck, huge sundeck with a six-metre pool and extensive spa facilities with a beauty salon and gym.
Length: 85 metres
Instantly recognisable for the curves that sleep down the exterior, the 85 metre superyacht Ace was first delivered in 2012 German yard Lurssen and designed inside and out by Winch Design. With a most recent refit in 2019, the yacht features a beam of 13.8 metres, a four metre draught and accommodates a total of 10 guests inside opulent interiors.
Length: 85 metres
Listed for sale in September 2021, the 85 metre explorer Victorious finally hit the water at AK Yachts in April 2021. The long-running project first began life as a 77 metre explorer before it was reimagined by Michael Leach Design. Following the laying of the keel in 2006, the project stalled and did not resurface until a new owner was found in 2016. Customisations were made - including a six metre extension to the stern - before the yacht finally launched. Now, Victorious is fitted out for luxury cruising, with key features including an observation saloon complete with a grand piano and a wine and cigar "clubroom" with a working fireplace.
Victorious is asking €125,000,000 with Burgess.
Length: 84.73 metres
Listed for sale in July 2021, the 84.73 metre superyacht O’Ptasia was first delivered by Greek yard Golden Yachts in 2018. With an interior volume of 2,350GT, O'Ptasia was the largest boat produced by the Greek yard at the time and was designed inside and out by Studio Vafiadis. Key features include a 95 square metre owner's suite on the upper deck, a touch-and-go helipad and a cinema room. Total accommodation on board is for a total of 23 guests in 10 cabins while power comes from twin 3,386hp Caterpillar diesel engines for a top speed of 18 knots and a range of 6,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 17 knots.
O’Ptasia is asking €89,999,000 with Burgess.