SuperyachtNews weekly fleet summary
A succinct summary of new-build and brokerage market activity in the last week…
While a decline in brokerage sales seems to continue from last week with only five vessels sold, the estimated worth of these sales has increased. Last week's estimated total came to €21million, while this week's total is estimated at €43million. This increase is thanks to the selling of M/Y Cecilia by Wider, which, according to The Superyacht Agency, sold for approximately €25million.
New listings were up 47 per cent, with a total LOA of 118m now available to the market. This includes 48.8m M/Y Odessa by Christensen, 38.0m M/Y M by Maiora, and 30.8m M/Y La Dolce Vita by Hargrave.
Deliveries have also increased from last week which saw no yachts delivered. This week, 40.8m M/Y Rebeca by Benetti was delivered - the first unit in the Italian yard's Oasis40m line. Additionally, 62.5m M/Y Stardust by Amels was also delivered.
Tankoa Yachts launched 49.9m M/Y Olokun (pictured), the third hull in its 50m all-aluminium series. She has a semi-displacement hull combined with conventional diesel propulsion for a top speed of 17.5 knots, and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
“S501 hull no.3 was started on spec and the owner came into the project quite late during construction, but as a boutique shipyard we wanted to offer him maximum flexibility to tailor the yacht to his personal needs,” commented Vincenzo Poerio, CEO of Tankoa Yachts. The yacht systems will now be fully tested and the interior outfitting will be completed prior to sea trials and final delivery scheduled for the end of November.
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