The 49.1-metre yacht Lohengrin has been sold after four years on the market, thanks to Scott Jones and Kevin Bonnie from IYC Monaco introducing the buyer and Burgess representing the seller. The custom superyacht was delivered in 2006 by American shipyard Trinity and features an exterior styled by Geoff Van Aller and an interior by Scott Carpenter. Photo: Benoit DonneBuilt in aluminium, Lohengrin can accommodate up to 10 guests across five staterooms. Guests can choose from the owner’s suite, three double staterooms and one twin, and be tended to be a crew of 10. At full speed, Lohengrin can reach a maximum speed of 20 knots.Photo: Benoit Donne At the time of sale, Lohengrin had an asking price of $12,000,000. Photo: Benoit Donne
Market statistics courtesy of SuperYacht Times iQ
- In 2018 American built yachts sold at an average asking price of €4,971,533 - which is equivalent to €22.849 per GT
- Last year, Trinity built yachts sold at an average asking price of €15,211,111 or €31,074 per GT
- During 2018, yachts built between 2004 and 2008 sold at an average asking price of €6,841,286 equivalent to €23,802 per GT
- In 2018 yachts in the 47-51-metre range sold at an average asking price of €12.111.549 or 22.108 per GT
Specific statistics courtesy of SuperYacht Times iQ
- Yachts built circa 2009 in the United States sold at an average asking price of €8,141,547 or €27,803 per GT
Comparable sales courtesy of SuperYacht Times iQ
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