C.A. change
October 21, 2016
Mylo listed for sale
7 500 000 €
Benetti | 36.6 m | 2007
C.A. change
October 17, 2016
Agency change on Aquarius
4 750 000 $
CBI Navi | 35 m | 1995
14% reduction
October 17, 2016
Price reduction on Frivolous
4 950 000 €
Sunseeker | 33.91 m | 2009
New to market
October 15, 2016
Kimochiii listed for sale
5 950 000 €
Overmarine | 33.48 m | 2013
New to market
October 15, 2016
Secret Love listed for sale
3 500 000 €
Amels | 36.5 m | 1990
New to market
October 9, 2016
16 800 000 €
Moonen | 36.3 m | 2018
October 9, 2016
Twilight sold
7 250 000 £
Oyster Yachts | 38.14 m | 2013
11% reduction
October 7, 2016
Price reduction on Chimera
6 250 000 £
Sunseeker | 34.5 m | 2013
7% reduction
5 390 000 €
Sunseeker | 34 m | 2011
October 3, 2016
Celandine sold
1 790 000 €
Jongert | 30 m | 1993
New to market
October 3, 2016
Amali listed for sale
950 000 €
Riva | 20.75 m | 2006
New to market
October 3, 2016
Enki listed for sale
4 500 000 €
Cantieri Di Pisa | 37.43 m | 2001
8% reduction
September 29, 2016
Price reduction on Paolyre
3 990 000 €
Ocea | 32.7 m | 2008
23% reduction
September 29, 2016
Price reduction on Clarity
12 900 000 $
Bilgin | 48.7 m | 2015
10% reduction
September 29, 2016
Price reduction on Capri
24 950 000 €
Lurssen | 58.6 m | 2003
10% reduction
September 27, 2016
Price reduction on Sejaa
895 000 $
JFA | 25.13 m | 2002
17% reduction
8 950 000 €
Vitters | 39 m | 2009
15% reduction
September 27, 2016
Price reduction on Kiss
29 500 000 €
Feadship | 46.6 m | 2015
5% reduction
September 26, 2016
Price reduction on Cacos V
13 800 000 €
Admiral | 36.9 m | 2013
3% reduction
September 26, 2016
Price reduction on Silver Seas
5 950 000 $
Burger | 32.61 m | 1998
20% reduction
September 26, 2016
Price reduction on Star
11 350 000 $
Kingship Marine | 42 m | 2012
September 24, 2016
Lady Arraya sold
2 495 000 $
Oceanfast | 40.23 m | 1990
New to market
September 22, 2016
Pokrov II listed for sale
2 100 000 €
Heesen | 30.7 m | 2000
2% reduction
September 22, 2016
Price reduction on Soy Amor
18 400 000 €
Benetti | 41.93 m | 2014


Echo Yachts reveals 50m Project Echo catamaran design
Echo Yachts reveals 50m Project Echo catamaran design. This is the latest design collaboration between Bannenberg & Rowell Design in London, their Australian custom superyacht build team at Echo Yachts in Perth and Incat Crowther in Sydney.The aluminium catamaran is described as “similar” in design to the FRP composite catamaran Charley, delivered by the yard in 2017.New Yacht Support Vessel can accommodate up to 20 guests and 17 crew, also it has entertainment areas and a selection of tenders and toys including specialist scuba diving facilities and dive store, onboard hyperbaric chamber and a helicopter pad.According to company's sales and marketing manager, Chris Blackwell, “Added to the excitement of this new vessel we are really pleased it fits in nicely with Echo’s ongoing commitment to creating world-class ‘eco-efficient’ vessels here in Western Australia. No matter where in the world our clients may be, they are able to easily see and engage in the design and build of their new vessel using the same online video meetings, CCTV video feeds, plus photo and video reports we have been providing our clients with since 2015."
The first Riva 88 Folgore launched
The new Riva 88 yacht is the first model to be launched by the Shipyard in 2020. The yacht was launched on Monday, 25th May in La Spezia, where the production facility dedicated to the 76-to-110-foot models is based.The Riva 88’ Folgore is the result of the collaboration between Officina Italiana Design, the studio founded by Mauro Micheli along with Sergio Beretta, the Product Strategy Committee headed by Engineer Piero Ferrari, and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department.According to Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group "Riva 88’ Folgore looks like a vessel just back from a journey into the future: she is a dazzling flash of style, she is strong, she is performing, she is innovation. The launch of the first new model in 2020 represents a new Renaissance for the Ferretti Group, which restarts from Riva, brand becoming more and more a contemporary myth, the essence of Made in Italy and a tangible sign of a Country that starts again."The lines and elements inspired by the automotive world. The yacht use of innovative materials like carbon with traditional stylistic elements such as mahogany inlays and steel decorations.Riva 88’ Folgore offers the owner stern concept, with the garage door that swings open and can be positioned in two ways. The cockpit is a large space of 22 m² that features a huge sofa area with a table and also a bar unit with an electrically opening marble top.Also, the yacht has the glass hardtop located on the superstructure, which opens up and can be tilted toward both the stern and bow, to let in fresh air during navigation or when at anchor. The interiors were renewed in using precious materials such as wood, steel, marble and glass.
Ulstein has delivered two Ulstein px121 for COSL
On 8 May 2020 Ulstein has delivered the first two platform supply vessels of the Ulstein px121 design built at SWS, China, the 'Guo Hai Min Xing' and the 'Guo Hai Min Sheng'. They are operating for COSL – China Oilfield Services Limited, for whom they have a long-term charter.Two more vessels of the same design at SWS (Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.), have completed their sea trial and will also be delivered to COSL shortly, according to schedule. Owner of all four vessels is Sinoocean.Guo Hai Min Xing (originally Crest Andromeda 2), a Ulstein px121 design. A FireFighting Offshore Support Vessel.Guo Hai Min Sheng (originally Crest Andromeda 1), Ulstein px121 designed offshore supply ship. Meets clients’ operational expectations in terms of deck space, capacities, speed, position holding capabilities and fuel efficiency.The Ulstein px121 is a flexible platform supply vessel design featuring the X-BOW hull line design for smoother motions in head seas. A platform supply vessel of this design has a competitive combination of fuel-efficiency and cargo capacities/deadweight. This translates to a performance level that is usually expected from larger PSVs, but at a medium-sized PSV cost - delivering excellent value-for-money for the owner and operator.
Ferretti Yachts 500 showcases new design solutions and two interior moods
Ferretti Yachts 500 is the result of the collaboration between the Product Strategy Committee headed by Ing. Piero Ferrari, the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, architect Filippo Salvetti for the exteriors and design studio Ideaeitalia for the new interior design concept.The exteriors have the aerodynamic design and the sleek, streamlined shapes. The stern features a soft and sporty design, with new solutions and generous spaces, while the profile of the hull proposes an enhancement of the windows, characterised by wide, modern shapes.According to Filippo Salvetti, the exterior design architect, “The design of the new Ferretti Yachts 500 highlights an overall dynamism thanks to new and innovative stylistic features of the superstructure. A natural heir to the Ferretti Yachts 720, it reinterprets the new styles of the range in a very personal way. It proposes a layout based on a design centred on people and their life on board, a typical approach of the Ferretti DNA. The two different moods of decor by Ideaeitalia studio perfectly reflect the Just Like Home philosophy and are able to satisfy the tastes of every customer”.Ferretti Yachts 500 reveals two types of the interior: Classic, with its warm tones and Contemporary, inspired by Mediterranean colours.The Classic mood is dominated by dark oak, combined with glossy and matte lacquers in shades of black and white. The main deck features a spacious lounge area, with two large sofas and a coffee table that can be transformed into a dining table.Key features of the yacht is the stern swimming platform. When the platform is submerged, steps are revealed for totally safe access to the sea, and the convenience of the latest-generation optional lift system makes it suitable for the whole family. Ferretti Yachts 500 installs twin Cummins QSB 6.7 engines delivering 550 mhp, for a top speed of 30 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots (preliminary data). The new yacht will also be equipped with optional gyroscopic stabilisation to guarantee the maximum stability at anchor and during navigation.
Ulstein Verft delivered 88m Explorer Olivia O by Espen Øino
Ulstein Verft delivered 88.5-metre Espen Øino-designed explorer yacht Olivia O after reconstruction. Planning and engineering work began on the boat in November 2016. Photo Credit: @boatfromtheworld / Carlo DemicheliThe project’s hull and superstructure were constructed in Croatia by the Brodosplit.Though Oliva O is Ulstein’s first private superyacht project, well-known superyacht designer Espen Oeino brings valuable experience.Photo Credit: @boatfromtheworld / Carlo DemicheliDesigned and built by Ulstein Verft - a yard better known for commercial vessels, ferries and workboats, Olivia O is characterised by a striking reverse bow and explorer profile.Photo Credit: @boatfromtheworld / Carlo DemicheliOlivia O can sleep up to 20 in eight cabins, including Pullman bunks while crew accommodation is for 30 people.

New listings

December Six
Motor yacht
€ 9,700,000
Ferretti | 33 m | 2018
Sailing yacht
€ 10,200,000
Baltic Yachts | 35.77 m | 2011
Sailing yacht
€ 4,150,000
CNB | 30.48 m | 2009
Motor yacht
$ 6,985,000
IAG | 38 m | 2014
Motor yacht
€ 465,000
Technohull | 12.99 m | 2018