Business bi-weekly report: insight into the post-Monaco Yacht Show marketplace

Written by Alexander Griffiths

During the aftermath of the Monaco Yacht Show 20 new and used yachts in the above 30-metre category have been sold. Out of these 20, were two sailing yachts: Alloy Yachts’ award-winning 32.92-metre Marae and Nautor’s Swan 35.2-metre Highland Fling XV. Marae yacht cruisingPhoto: Jeff Brown / Jeff Brown / Breed MediaHighland Fling XV yacht cruisingPhoto: Superyacht Sales & CharterMotor yachts took the lion share of sales these past two weeks with 18 signed and sealed deals. The largest sale concerned a newbuild – Amels’ fifth hull of its Limited Edition Design 60-metre Amels 60. The largest used yacht sold during this period was the 49.9-metre Codecasa Gazzella II (since renamed Kadimo’s), which had a last known asking price of €29,000,000 including VAT. For this bi-weekly period, most sales were concluded in the United States, and the rest were spread across Europe and Turkey. 

Amels 6005 yacht exterior designGazzella II yacht cruisingPhoto: TWW YachtsTo break these figures down even further, we can see the average size, year built, final asking price, and days on the market for this collection of new and used sold yachts:

  • Size: 41.3-metre
  • Year built: 2008
  • Final asking price: €13,358,000. 
  • Days on the market: 730

The marketplace swelled by 24 yachts since the 25th of September. Once again motor yachts dominate the scene as only one sailing yacht has entered the market. The most recently built from these newcomers are the 2020 80-metre Bilgin Yachts' Tatiana and Pendennisin-build 34.86-metre Project Fox which is set to be delivered in 2023. Tatiana yacht anchored in Antibes Photo: Julien HubertAgain, we can break these figures down further for a list of averages:

  • Size: 42.1-metre
  • Year built: 2006
  • Asking price: €9,980,000.

Project Fox yacht renderThere were two momentous launches as well during this period. Feadship launched its 54.9-metre explorer yacht Shinkai – a yacht that seemingly knows no limits when it comes to adventure. The other celebration also took place in the Netherlands, but this time at Alblasserdam with Oceanco launching the largest Dutch-built yacht to date: the 117-metre Oceanco Y719.Shinkai yacht launchPhoto: FeadshipOceanco Y719 launch in AlblasserdamPhoto: Tom van OossanenMore details of the superyacht industry can be found at SuperYacht Times iQ.

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