With 2015 on the horizon, Conboy believes that “the Bahamas, Caribbean and south Florida will continue a very nice, steady growth, while Montenegro and Croatia continue in a steady and strong path, with the Western Med, and particularly Barcelona, becoming a dominant hub”.
The week running 28 October – 3 November saw four sales completed, 10 new central agencies announced, and six price reductions made.
The largest sale this week was through Moran Yacht & Ship with 2010 Westport built 50m Harmony, priced at $33,750,000 with Conboy bringing the buyer in the transaction.
Michael Rafferty and Andrew LeBuhn of Camper & Nicholsons International have sold 2010 Christensen built 49.3m Remember When, priced at $29,995,000 with HMY Yacht Sales introducing the buyer.
Antoine Larricq of Fraser Yachts has sold 2003 Benetti built 34.95m Latiko, on the market at €4,750,000 with Fraser Yachts and Benetti bringing the buyer.
Michael Mahan and Mark Osterhaven of Worth Avenue Yachts have sold 2008 Westport built 39.62m JW, at a price tag of $9,995,000 and Denison & Daves introducing the buyer.
New Central Agencies
Central agencies doubled with 10 announced again this week following on from last week’s five. The new listings had a total combined length of 395.7m, with their combined asking prices totalling €80,917,705 ($101,888,969), although one price has been withheld.
The largest new CA announced this week is 1998 Trinity built 47.55m Themis, on the market through Bob Cury of RJC Yacht Sales at $9,995,000.
Four new listings from Camper & Nicholsons International this week: Michael Rafferty has placed 2003 Westport built 39.62m Gusto, on the market at $8,950,000; Rytis Barbravicius has placed 2010 RossNavi built 38.3m Lara I on the market with the price available upon application; Simon Goldsworthy is the new agent for 2013 Oyster Marine built 38m Twilight, priced at €11,850,000; and Walter Sea has the new listing for 2002 Westport built 34.38m Lady Nan Ce’ on the market at $7,495,000.
Bob Crow at Denison Yacht Sales has placed 2011 Azimut built 35.5m Elba on the market for $9,000,000.
Two more new listings for Bob Cury at RJC Yacht Sales: 2014 Richmond built 45.72m Status Quo is on the market at $24,995,000; while 1994 Broward built 35.63m Mucho Mas is on the market at $2,995,000.
The final two listings this week is from Worth Avenue Yachts: Michael White and Michael Mahan have listed 2005 Christensen built 45.7m Ionian Princess, priced at $17,750,000; while Chris June and Mark Osterhaven have listed 2004 Azimut built 35.3m Happy Hour, at $5,695,000.
Price reductions were nearly halved to six this week following last week’s 11. The following yachts are still on the market and looking for a buyer:
The largest yacht to be reduced this week is from Marco Vandoni and Mario Velona at Ocean Independence with 2002 Benetti built 44.2m More, now priced at €9,400,000.
Two reductions from Burgess this week: Merle Wood & Associates have joined them in the reduction of 1995 Lurssen built 40.9m Blind Date, on the market at $4,995,000; while they’re joined by Northrop & Johnson in the new price for 2012 Newcastle built 39.3m Safira, at $19,950,000.
Charles Blickle of Denison Yacht Sales has reduced 1982 Anastassiades & Tsortanides built 40.2m Theodora, to $750,000 in an estate sale.
Stuart Larsen and Joshua Gulbranson of Fraser Yachts have reduced 2005 Danube Marine built 37m Charisma, to €3,150,000.
The final reduction this week is from David Wiest of RJC Yacht Sales with 2000 Christensen built 41.15m Atlantica, on the market now at $9,995,000.
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