FLIBS 2017Turquoise and Scout in the Show
New Central Agency - Saint Nicolas 72m Lurssen delivered in 2007
Saint Nicolas was custom built in 2007 by Lurssen Yachts in Rendsburg. With an interior designed by Zuretti, and exterior by Espen Oino, Saint Nicolas is in perfect condition. One owner since delivery and the same captain for the past eight years. She is built to comply with Lloyds and MCA. Saint Nicolas is based in Palma, Spain.
The asking price is Euro 65,000,000.
New Central Agency - Turquoise The 2011 55m Turquoise by Proteksan-Turquoise
She can be viewed during FLIBS from the 1st to the 5th November 2017.
The asking price is USD 22,500,000.
New Central Agency - Unity40m Palmer Johnson built in 2003
Unity can be viewed in Fort Lauderdale.
The asking price is USD 8,500,000.
Stuart sells Wildflour 47.5m Motor Yacht built by Delta Marine
Delta developed a hybrid hull design that produces less drag at lower speeds and still allows the yacht to perform well. Wildflour has the range (3,500 nautical miles) and capability for long ocean passages with cruising speed of 10 to 12 knots and top speed of 16.5 knots.
Wildflour was delivered in 2008, refitted in 2016 and features a light elegant interior by Tom Stringer with walnut, teak and anigre woods. She accommodates up to 12 guests in five staterooms.
Wildflour will be renamed Paladin.
Ulysses SoldAll weather, all seasons Exploration Yacht with global capability
Her interior is by H2 Design and accommodates 30 guests in 15 staterooms, including an entire deck for owner’s use. Ulysses carries 42 crew in 22 cabins. Other features include a heated 11m x 5m swimming pool, a beach club, a gym, a massage room, spa and beauty room, as well as a range of large tenders, sailing yachts and toys.
The asking price was USD 195 million.
C2 Mazarin Sold German-built customized Mazarin 78’ in GRP
C2 has four beautifully fitted out staterooms and is in perfect condition.
ICON Sold The 67m first yacht ever built by Icon Yachts
Designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon to blend performance with comfort and luxury, ICON is still a pioneering benchmark in superyacht design. Fully refitted in 2014 she was extended to accommodate a five meter infinity pool, a new beach club and wellness area with a Hammam and a sauna.
The Studio Linse designed interior is contemporary and elegant providing a peaceful and inviting environment for relaxed ocean living.
The asking price was € 48.500.000.
Monaco Yacht Show 2017 Lumiere and Scout on display
Winner of a Judge’s Commendation at the 2012 World Superyacht Awards and also “Best Poweryacht Refit Over 100 Feet” at the 2017 Refit Excellence Awards, Scout is listed at $17.5 million.
The equally attractive and new to the market 49.99m l 163’ motor yacht 'Lumiere' is also on display. The most successful of the Golden Bay Series, Lumiere was built in 1999 by Benetti and last refitted in 2014. Stefano Natucci is responsible for her beautiful exterior and interior design. Lumiere is listed at €12.5 million.
ANTARCTICA - New CA73m I 240 Admiral Yachts I 2018
ANTARCTICA’s exterior is by the multi award-winning designer Tim Heywood who has produced some of the finest and largest yachts on the water. Her interior is designed by the London based Tino Zervudachi, of Mlinaric, Henry and Zervudachi. Great effort has been taken to create natural-looking spaces with stylistic flair that do not feel over-designed and are both elegant and intimate, ideal for all kinds of cruising venues and climates. The interior is built by the German contractor Fitz to highly detailed specifications.
At 2,100 GT and with a 6,000nm range, ANTARCTICA complies with Lloyd’s ice-class regulations and is equipped with a commercially approved helicopter landing deck and garage for an Augusta Grande or similar large helicopter. Large tenders and toys along with dynamic positioning and zero speed stabilizers complement her world-wide capabilities. With excellent deck space and a spacious interior, she has eight staterooms with two master staterooms on the Owner’s Deck.
A yacht for all seasons, ANTARCTICA features an enclosed observation lounge on the upper deck and a cinema on the Owner’s deck with independent access as well as a water level spa area. The formal dining area has floor-to-ceiling glass on three sides which slides back in warm weather for an intimate inside or outside arrangement.
ANTARCTICA is asking €85 million.
TALON sold27.41M (89’92”) I Cheoy Lee I 2006
Designed by Tom Fexas with Argonautica Yacht Interiors, Talon was delivered by Cheoy Lee in 2006. An extremely versatile motor yacht with a well thought-out layout, she can sleep up to ten in five cabins all with en-suite bathrooms. Talon can accommodate 2 crew.
She has speed, elegance, a large fly bridge, aft deck, salon and other entertaining areas. The flybridge, equipped with a removable hard top for passing under low bridges, has an outdoor entertainment area and sunbeds. She carries a Novurania tender and two Bombardier Sea Doos.
Talon has been well-maintained and upgrades include underwater lights and a Crestron audio video system. She is powered by Caterpillar C30 engines and can reach a top speed of 27 knots and cruise comfortably at 22 knots.
CIAO GIANNI - New CA18.30m I 60’ Multiplast I 2009/2017
Based on a Jack Setton concept, CIAO GIANNI is a combination of power, efficiency, acceleration and simplicity. Frers designed a light, super-fast, high performance yet easily handled sloop. She has long waterline length powerful lines, high speed, tight windward performance and finger touch maneuverability.
CIAO GIANNI features a Hall Spars mast, beautiful lightweight Knoll bench seating to port and starboard, a synthetic teak sole, two large wheels, carbon spars and high-aspect-ratio rig. Her most striking feature is a reverse bow which makes for an immediately recognizable silhouette, lightens her extremities and reduces spray.
CIAO GIANNI is listed for sale at €790.000