Here we take a look at the What, Why, Where and Who of some of the best brokerage deals currently on the market. This week we explore two larger than life superyachts, 70.2-metre superyacht Saint Nicolas and the 52-metre superyacht Latitude, both currently available for sale with Fraser Yachts.
Saint NicolasPhoto: Fraser Yachts What is on offer?
Saint Nicolas was built in 2007 by the German yard Lürssen and has been constantly kept to the highest standards of maintenance. Between winter 2015/16 and 2016/17 she was completely repainted and passed her 10 years Lloyd’s class survey. With exteriors by renowned superyacht designer, Espen Øeino, her interior design comes from the drawing boards of Italian designer Francois Zuretti, who outfitted Saint Nicolas with only the finest of materials. Photo: Fraser Yachts Sand and taupe colours adorn nearly every surface aboard this superyacht, from the interior of her main saloon to her spacious sundecks.Photo: Fraser Yachts At 70.2 metres, Saint Nicolas is more than well equipped to entertain 12 guests in comfort across six double staterooms. She has a full beam owner’s suite which includes a private salon, a separate study, and expansive views over the main deck forward. Photo: Fraser Yachts An opulent ensuite bathroom features a jacuzzi tub and a steam shower fit for a royal. In addition, she also features an elevator providing convenient access to all decks.Photo: Fraser Yachts Powered by a double set of Caterpillar 3512B 1851 HP engines, Saint Nicolas can cruise at a speed of 12 knots and reaches a maximum speed of 15.5 knots. Photo: Fraser Yachts Why do we think this is such a good idea?
This Lürssen superyacht features strong lines typical of her designer Espen Øeino, expansive spaces, and glamour for days. Fit for both warm and cool climates, Saint Nicolas boasts ample exterior and interior living spaces for truly making the most of the superyacht lifestyle. Photo: Fraser Yachts Boasting all the amenities you would expect from a yacht of her size and build quality and more, on deck, her new owner will find a swimming pool with a swim-up bar, room for al fresco dining, and plenty of outside seating.Photo: Fraser Yachts For when you want to kick back and relax, the saloon houses a baby grand piano so that guests can enjoy live music while they enjoy that all Saint Nicolas has to offer. When dinner is finished, guest will surely sink into elegantly decorated sofas and gaze through large windows which overlook the expanse of the sea. With her impressive amenities, striking style, and awesome size, Saint Nicolas is the perfect yacht to take her new owner on around-the-world adventures in style and comfort, wherever they may want to take her.
Where is she right now?
Currently, Saint Nicolas is resting in sunny southern France awaiting her new owner.
Who to call?
Listed at Fraser Yachts, Saint Nicolas is currently available for viewings. For more information please contact either of her brokers, Antoine Larricq or Stuart Larsen at the contact details below.
LatitudePhoto: FraserWhat is on offer?
Built in 2008, this Benetti superyacht has since benefited from extensive refits in 2013 and 2018. Her naval architecture was designed in-house by the Italian yard and her exterior is from the drawing boards of Italian designer Stefano Natucci.Photo: Fraser Yachts On board, Latitude can host 12 guests across six guest staterooms, including her owner’s suite. The owner's suite comes complete with a 'his and hers' wardrobe, structural balconies and a study. Additionally, Latitude has two double staterooms and two twin staterooms and one VIP cabin on the bridge deck.
Crewed by 13 staff members, Latitude is ready to meet any and every request from her guests due to her well-designed crew spaces and thoughtfully placed circulatory spaces.Photo: Fraser Yachts Her voluminous steel displacement yacht of 812 gross tons comparable to yachts well over 55-metres is propelled through the water by a dual Caterpillar 3512B propulsion system which delivers 1851 hp effectively allowing her a cruising speed of 13 knots and a maximum speed of 14.5 knots. In addition, she also comes equipped with an all-decks elevator. Photo: Fraser Yachts Why do we think this is such a good idea?
Latitude is full of luxury, evidenced in part by her full beam sky lounge. Across all six of her guest rooms and all of her common spaces, guests will encounter materials such as mahogany, cherry-wood, Macassar, ebony, teak, unpolished-glass, galuchat, and leather manufactured and laid by the fitting-out company Artline. Photo: Fraser Yachts Her interior masterfully combines 1930s transatlantic art-deco style with contemporary design. This style is evident throughout Latitude both in her elegant furnishings, which reflect elements of the bygone era of luxury steam travel, and most particularly with her curved mahogany panelling which is evident throughout her interior.
Popular among repeat clients for her spaciousness and deifnitive style, Latitude is surely worthy of her prestigious “La Belle Classe” label which is awarded by the Monaco Yacht Club for yachts that embody classical maritime tradition and elegance. Photo: Fraser Yachts Already a popular and prestigious superyacht and now presented to the market in turnkey condition, Latitude is sure to impress her new owner whether it be through her sheer size or dazzling amenities. All in all, this 52-metre superyacht represents the epitome of luxury and is ready to take her new owner around the globe in style. Photo: Fraser Yachts Where is she right now?
Latitude is listed for sale with Fraser for €17,000,000. For more information and to make an appointment, contact her broker Antoine Larricq at +33 6 78 63 61 72 or call +377 93 100 462.
The SuperYacht Times iQ 2018 Report
Did you know that in 2017....
- 180 new yachts over 30 metres were sold
- 149 new yachts over 30 metres were completed
- 443 yachts over 30 metres were under construction
- 30% of the yachts under construction were available for sale
- 20% of the yachts were owned by clients from the USA