ARETI - MY GYMCheck out the wellness facilities on board the 85m Lurssen
An inside-outside fully equipped gym with day head and shower is located on the Bridge Deck which also includes a 12-person hot tub aft.
The professional spa is located on the Lower Deck with direct access to the Beach Club. Facilities include a Hamman steam room, sauna, hot tub, 2.5m deep cold plunge pool, two showers and an aromatherapy machine. Opposite is a glass enclosed bicycle and Segway storage room, and to starboard a hair salon and wet and dry massage room as well as a day bathroom.
The beach club is aft with easy access out to the swim platform equipped with hydraulic staircase and outside shower. There is ample storage for scuba diving equipment. The heli landing deck, equipped with a jacuzzi, can double as a basket ball court or games area. Click on the link below and take a quick tour.
Areti is the only Passenger Yacht Code compliant yacht on the market today. Asking price Euro 175 million. Areti is not for sale to US residents while in US waters.
Columbo BreezePrice reduction and sale under interest-free lease/purchase agreement
Columbo Breeze combines good looks and proven performance under sail and power normally associated with much larger yachts.
She has always benefited from excellent maintenance and the asking price has been reduced to USD 795,000 making her the most attractive sailing yacht on the market in her category. In addition, Columbo Breeze is offered on a lease/purchase basis from a charitable institution. General terms envisage a 35% deposit, 36% in 36 equal interest-free monthly installments and a 29% balloon at completion of lease for title to transfer into buyers name. She is US duty paid.
Click on the video link for an overview of key features. For more information contact Stuart at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 954 328 6553.
Hakvoort Shipyard launches 63m flagship superyacht SCOUTDutch shipbuilder Hakvoort Shipyard successfully launched the yard’s largest project to date
Measuring 63.72-metres with a beam of 11.6 metres and a draft of 3.25 metres, SCOUT emerged from the Hakvoort shed in Monnickendam in North Holland on 1st December before being towed to Amsterdam for final completion. Amongst the works that will be completed in the Dutch capital is the installation of her mast, crow’s nest, radars, stabilizers and propellers.
Though construction of YN249 originally started under a different name, a change of ownership early on in the build process saw a complete change in direction for the steel and aluminum explorer yacht. Hakvoort can now reveal that SCOUT features both interior and exterior design by Jonny Horsfield and his talented team at H2 Yacht Design, who worked closely with the owner to ensure the realization of a Dutch-quality new-build project that perfectly fits her owner’s taste and requirements. Diana Yacht Design is responsible for her naval architecture.
Speaking of some of the standout features on board, Jonny Horsfield says: “SCOUT has been an exciting project for the H2 Yacht Design and Hakvoort teams. The owner’s brief called for a rugged explorer style yacht intended to look like a conversion from a commercial vessel. We gave her crisp, distinctive lines and integrated forward sloping windows. We placed the tenders on the bow, leaving them exposed to add to the utilitarian aesthetic.
“There is a helideck and a forward observation lounge in addition to an expansive sun deck,” Horsfield continues. “It allows unobstructed views fore and aft which will be one of the focal points of living onboard. The whole design process was centered around a romantic idea of original ocean exploration and SCOUT’s design - inside and out - really reflects that. She’s a fantastically unique vessel.”
Powered by twin CATERPILLAR 3512C diesel engines, SCOUT is designed to cruise at 12.5 knots and will be able to reach a top speed of 14.8 knots. Combined with easy technical accessibility and minimum maintenance requirements, an autonomous range of 4,800 nm at 12 knots ensures that she will live up to her ocean-going credentials. Her Lloyds ice classed hull adds to her serious exploration attributes as a go anywhere world cruising yacht.
On board, she accommodates eight guests across four generous staterooms on the main deck, in addition to an impressive owner’s suite that is located on the dedicated owner’s deck above. The lower deck features the crew accommodations consisting two staff cabins and nine crew cabins. Her captain's cabin is situated on the bridge deck.
Hakvoort Shipyard was introduced to the owners by Stuart Larsen and Josh Gulbranson of FRASER YACHTS who also organized the owners project team.
The successful launch of SCOUT marks a significant milestone for Hakvoort Shipyard. SCOUT will be the largest vessel in Hakvoort’s fleet upon delivery in a few months’ time, taking the title from the 61-metre motor yacht JUST J’S delivered in 2016.
Further details regarding YN249’s interior design will be revealed at a later date.
ARETI - MY OFFICEWork and play on the 85m Lurssen
Check out episode 1 of My World, My Way showcasing Areti special features and unique design.
For more information contact Stuart at +1 954 463 0600 or Stuart.Larsen@fraseryachts.com .
Areti is asking Euro 175 million. She is not for sale to US residents while in US waters.
SYCARA V en route to Antigua ETA December 10
Sycara V is one of the most exceptional yachts on the market today. Beautifully built, impeccably maintained with outstanding technical performance, Sycara V was created by her experienced Owner in tandem with the German-based Nobiskrug shipyard.
Nobiskrug combined world class expertise and precision with innovative ideas and advanced technology. The construction is extremely detailed - from the sporty yet elegant exterior design to the aluminium and die-cast fiberglass super-structure, to the custom-made hot tub and machinery replacement logistics. Ease of operations and maintenance are key to Sycara V’s success, underpinning her durability over time and her present impeccable condition.
In 2011 she won the prestigious World Superyacht Award for Best Displacement Motor Yacht in the 60m-84m range.
Sycara V has an extremely versatile, well-thought through layout which includes different sun-bathing and relaxation options, a number of al fresco dining options, and stateroom configurations. An elevator serves every deck level from Lower Deck to Sun Deck. She accommodates up to 20 guests in 7 staterooms plus two staff cabins.
Sycara V is asking € 59,500,000. Please note she is not for sale to US residents while in US waters.
For more information contact Stuart.Larsen@Fraseryachts.com
SAINT NICOLAS SOLD1,938 GT, six decks and in mint condition - the ultimate Lurssen classic
With impressive head-room throughout and massive volume, Saint Nicolas accommodates up to 16 guests in 7 staterooms, including a VIP suite on the Bridge Deck. The Owner's full beam staterooms are on the main deck forward and include an observation lounge which can double as a massage area and a private study.
Maintained to the very highest standards by an experienced Captain of nine years standing and his highly skilled crew, Saint Nicolas recently had an entirely new paint job, a technical overhaul and her 10 year Lloyd’s Class survey was completed 2018. Saint Nicolas is MCA compliant although she has only been used privately and will continue that way.
Saint Nicolas was asking Eur 46.700,000.
UNITY SOLDCustom-built for family cruising
She is spacious for her size with a versatile layout. Her interior, designed by A La Mer, is bright and airy and decorated in light wood throughout. She accommodates 12 guests in five staterooms including a full beam VIP or second Owner’s stateroom on deck and a full-beam Owner’s suite with his and her bathrooms on the lower deck. A study on the main deck can double as a children’s playroom. Special features include a well laid out sundeck with a hot tub and very safe access to the water ideal for small children. She has a hydraulic folding mast to ensure she could fit in the undercover storage sheds at the Fort Lauderdale Boat House.
Unity was asking USD 6,900.000.
PODIUM SOLDOne of the first yachts created by the now legendary Oieno/Lurssen collaboration
Winner of the 2007 Showboats Design Award, Podium is a modern classic with sleek sporty lines, a well-thought out GA and versatile deck space. Built for long range cruising in all climates, she has spacious accommodations for up to 12 guests in six staterooms with the Owner’s suite, including a large study, and his and her dressing and separate bathrooms.
Maintained to exacting standards by the same Owner and Captain for the past 7 years, Podium underwent a multi-million euro refit at Feadship in Makkum in 2015. Matthew Trustam oversaw the interior refit to refresh the original Zuretti decor. Although Podium is built to Lloyds and MCA, she never chartered.
Podium was asking USD 42.500.000.
MAG III AT THE FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOWEasily the most elegantly appointed Benetti Vision available for sale
Delivered in 2009, built and maintained to ABS Class, MAG III is MCA compliant and accommodates up to 12 guests in five staterooms. The forward-looking master suite on the Main Deck has panoramic windows and opens up onto a private deck with sun pads and a seating area.
A lift serves three decks, from the Lower Deck to the Bridge. MAG III’s Sun Deck is equipped with a large hot tub and is split into three separate areas for sunbathing, dining and conversation.
MAG III is asking USD 14,250,000 and is viewable in the Purple Zone, Face Dock 20. For an appointment contact Stuart Larsen at email@example.com or +1 954 328 6553. For more information check http://stuartlarsen.com/en/yacht-detail/02-yacht-for-sale/271-mag-iii.cfm
ARETI AT THE FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOWBerthed at Pier 66, Dock A
Areti can accommodate 18 to 22 guests in 9 staterooms and the Master Stateroom leads out to a private deck. Equipped with state-of-the-art spa with sauna and steam room, she also features a gym and 12-person hot tub on the Bridge Deck and a sports room and a beauty salon adjacent the Beach Club. An elevator services the Lower to Bridge decks and Areti is helicopter capable and has a cruising range of 7,500nm.
Areti is available for inspection in the 2018 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (31 October-04 November) at Pier 66, Dock A. For an appointment please contact Stuart Larsen by phone +1 954 328 6553 or at Stuart.Larsen@FraserYachts.com .
For more information check http://stuartlarsen.com/en/yacht-detail/02-yacht-for-sale/253-areti.cfm .
Not for sale to US residents while in US waters.
PRICE REDUCTION ON S/Y GEORGIANow asking USD 12,950,000
Georgia has a beautiful cherry wood interior designed by Glade Johnson Design and is the only yacht of her size on the market with a full-beam Master Suite and a sixth stateroom or gym.
Georgia is currently in Newport RI and is not offered for sale to US residents while in US waters. She will be in the Caribbean this winter. For more information check out http://stuartlarsen.com/en/yacht-detail/02-yacht-for-sale/235-georgia.cfm .
For an appointment to see Georgia please contact Stuart Larsen by phone +1 954 328 6553 or at Stuart.Larsen@FraserYachts.com .
PLANET NINE @ YACHTS by NEPTUNEA Gentleman Adventurer for the 21st Century
The owner of Planet Nine had toyed with the idea of building a global exploration yacht for over ten years. A knowledgeable yachtsman, he anticipated the current interest in adventure and off-the beaten track cruising well ahead of the market. Launched in May 2018, Planet Nine has appeared just at the right time and with inimitable style.
Indeed, to call her an exploration yacht is slightly misleading. Planet Nine isn’t a conversion or a work-boat. Her streamlined profile, from the pen of the talented Tim Heywood, is reminiscent of a beefy military vessel with the same air of capability, solidity and power.
The owner, who was very much involved in the design and construction, focused as much on long-term voyages in extreme conditions as on traditional summer cruising. Serious, go-anywhere sea keeping characteristics were essential. Planet Nine can deal with sea ice up to 15 centimetres thick thanks to her thick-plated and densely ribbed hull. The hull and superstructure were built by the commercial shipyard Cantieri San Marco in La Spezia. She was then towed down the coast to The Italian Sea Group’s yard in Marina di Carrara for completion to luxury yacht standards. Planet Nine is the largest yacht the yard has built. “The result is excellent,” says The Italian Sea Group’s vice-president Giuseppe Taranto: “the specification was very tough and the client demanding but we are confident Planet Nine will be a benchmark for future projects”.
Planet Nine took over 30 months to finish and incorporates some very unique features. Ice classed 1D by Lloyd’s, her seawater intakes are protected from ice and low temperatures. She is equipped with dynamic positioning, essential for global cruising in sensitive areas, and zero speed stabilizers for comfort at anchor.
She has a commercially approved helideck designed with a lifting platform and an enclosed below-deck hangar suitable for an Augusta Grand or similarly dimensioned helicopter up to 8 tons in weight. The heli hangar includes a refuelling facility with storage for 9000 liters of fuel.
This means Planet Nine can handle two aircraft at the same time. One on deck and another stowed in the hangar which enables the yacht to operate a heliport and handle incoming flights even when the owner is on board.
“She is unusually versatile and can handle even the most complex logistic operations,” says Stuart Larsen from Fraser Yachts who represents Planet Nine for sale. “The layout has been well-thought out and is functional both in hot and cold weather conditions”.
The interior layout is as purposeful as the exterior. Although the superstructure is relatively small relative to her 2100 gross tons and 13m beam, the layout makes use of every inch of space.
Five of the eight guest staterooms are located on the Lower Deck, under the helideck. The engine room and the technical areas have been moved below the waterline to the what is usually known as the Tank Deck. Noise levels have also benefited from this arrangement.
The interior was designed by Tino Zervudachi of the London-based studio Mlinaric, Henry and Zervudachi. The design and decoration are as much a response to the context as to the way the owner wishes to live life on board. Particular emphasis was placed on the use of colour and comfort. The yacht is elegant with stylistic flair yet has a cosy quality and does not feel over-designed.
Since she was built for extreme, long-distance cruising – she can cruise for 6,000 miles at 14 knots and a staggering 10,000 miles at 10 knots – business requirements have not been overlooked. A large meeting room/library with adjoining lounge is located on the Main Deck and there is a smaller private study on the Upper Deck.
The Upper Deck houses the main indoor living area. There is a stunning Inside-Outside salon, an Observation Lounge forward and a super-surround cinema with lounge beds.
Guest accommodation is spacious (sleeping 16 max) and well lit. In addition to the five guest staterooms on the Lower Deck with direct access to the Beach Club, two staterooms are located on the Main Deck, the full-beam Owner’s suite and a VIP, while another VIP, with a private outside area, is on the Bridge Deck. An elevator serves all decks from the Lower to the Sun Deck. There is also a dedicated crew elevator. Planet Nine can carry 20 crew.