With no shortage of yachts available and plenty of buyers on the ground, MYS closed for another year with brokers awaiting the outcomes of contacts made, which will determine whether the show was a success. Laurent Perignon, COO of Camper & Nicholsons International commented that “the balance of demand and supply is evening out and the overall business situation is improving and increasing.” While Simon Turner of C&NI also felt there were plenty of owners and interest on the ground this year compared to the past.

Jonathan Beckett, CEO of Burgess shared that, “the show can be garnered a success if we get even one sale out of the contacts made. We’re not asking for a huge influx of owners, but even getting that one new client involved can be seen as an improvement year-on-year”.

The week running 23 - 29 September saw three sales completed, 18 new central agencies announced, and eight price reductions made.

Superyacht Sales

The largest sale completed this week was 37.9m Sidarta I, the 1987 built Haak. Listed jointly through Cape 4 Yachting and Van der Vliet, she was priced at €3,400,000 with Seahorse Yachtbrokers representing the buyer.

Sidarta I

Peter Bennett of Bluewater Yachting sold 2005 Kaiserwerft 31m Sea Breeze, priced at €2,900,000.

Simpson Marine has sold 2012 Azimut Yachts built 31.4m Escapade, listed at €5,800,000 with Fraser Yachts representing the buyer.

New Central Agencies

Central agencies boomed to 18 this week following last week’s five. The new listings had a total combined length of 792.08m, with their combined asking prices totalling €280,024,556 ($355,192,079).

The largest new CA announced this week was through Robert Shepherd of Edmiston with 2008 Lurssen built 79.84m TV, on the market for €130,000,000.


Camper & Nicholsons International have listed 2007 Sunseeker built 37m The Snapper, at £4,950,000.

Cornelius Gerling of Edmiston has listed 1981 Feadship built 37.95m Monaco for sale at €4,950,000.

Three new listings from Fraser Yachts this week: Jan Jaap Minnema has placed 2007 Sensation Yachts built 49.9m Sensation for €9,975,000; Stuart Larsen and Nissim Yachts have listed 1977 Benetti built 38.2m Intuition Lady for sale at €2,650,000; and David Legrand is the new agent for 2002 Benetti built 30.2m New Star, on the market for €3,950,000.

International Yacht Collection had three new listings this week: Kevin Bonnie and Steve Kidd have priced 2010 VSY built 62m Sealyon, for sale at €36,900,000; Frank Grzeszczak and Barbara Stork Landweer have listed 2000 Westport built 34.38m Milk Money for sale at $3,699,000; and Kevin Bonnie has priced 2006 Leopard Yachts 31.8m Skiant for sale at €4,190,000.

John Cohen of Merle Wood & Associates is the new CA for 1991 Oceanfast built 55.04m Obsession, on the market at €7,500,000.

Moran Yacht & Ship have listed 2011 Sanlorenzo built 46m Reve D’Or is for sale at €19,750,000.

Mortola Yacht & Ship Brokers have listed 1985 Nicolini built 41.65m Il Cigno for sale at €3,400,000.

Kevin Merrigan and Philip Bell at Northrop & Johnson have priced 1982 Picchiotti built 46m Golden Compass at $5,700,000.

Two new listings from Ocean Independence: Mario Velona is the new agent for 1993 Rossato built 40.27m Superfun, on the market at €5,975,000; and Gregory Gheraia has listed 1974 Benetti built 29.75m Pokrov, on the market at €1,300,000.

SuperYachtsMonaco have listed 2008 Heesen built 47m Mon Plaisir, for sale at €22,500,000.

Dave Bourbeau of United Yacht Sales has listed 1985 Royal Huisman built 37.5m Salt Dancer, for sale at $1,250,000.

The final new listing this week is from YachtZoo with 1998 Heesen Yachts built 47.6m Big Mak, priced at €12,250,000.

Price Reductions

Price reductions dropped following last week’s 11 to eight announced this week. The following yachts are still on the market and looking for a buyer:

The largest yacht to be reduced this week was through Burgess and Kevin Merrigan of Northrop & Johnson with 2010 Royal Huisman built 57.49m Twizzle, now priced at €48,750,000.


Edmiston has reduced 2000 Van der Graaf built 49.5m Eleonora, now on the market at €7,000,000.

Dennis Frederiksen of Fraser Yachts has reduced 2011 Peri Yachts built 37.75m Hakuna Matata, to €7,900,000.

Moran Yacht & Ship have reduced 2013 Hakvoort built 39.7m Apostrophe to €21,500,000.

Another reduction from Northrop & Johnson with Chris Chumley announcing the new price for 1978 Feadship Royal Van Lent built 38.4m Sirenuse, at $4,750,000.

Nicholas Dean and Marc Haendle of Ocean Independence have lowered the asking price of 2005 Holland Jachtbouw built 42.98m This Is Us, to €7,950,000.

Peter Thompson and Michael Mahan of Worth Avenue Yachts have reduced 1993 Oceanco built 49.8m Anedigmi to €8,500,000.

The final reduction this week is through Yachtzoo with Cantieri di Pisa build from 2009, 36.12m Nena I, to €5,900,000.

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