Finding the perfect yacht can be a daunting undertaking for potential owners. Of the vast fleet of yachts for sale, IYC offers a diverse selection of luxury yachts, some of which have already proven their success on the charter market. Owning a successful charter yacht not only reduces the costs of ownership, but also guarantees that the yacht will be properly maintained by a full-time crew and ready to cruise at all times. Together with the global brokerage company, SuperYacht Times presents a selection of six charter yachts for sale that you might want to keep an eye out for ahead of the summer season.
Photo: BlueiprodSolo - 72m, Tankoa
Starting with one of the newest yachts for sale in the 70+-metre range, the 72-metre yacht Solo, which was completed by the Genoa-based yard Tankoa in 2018, exudes Italian excellence with sleek Francesco Paszkowski-designed exteriors and elegant Margherita Casprini interiors. The tri-deck yacht from the Tankoa S65 range, which is based on platform S701, significantly stands out for her efficiency-optimised systems that provide a range of 9,000nm and has Solo emit fewer emissions and consume less fuel. Photo: BlueiprodAlready during the early stages of her inception, Solo’s design was reconciled to host large charter groups with ease and accommodates up to twelve guests in six opulent staterooms. Aside from the touch-and-go helipad, 6-metre outdoor infinity pool and two Jacuzzis on the private owner’s deck, Solo offers a lavish onboard experience with a water-level beach club that boasts a sauna and hammam, a large toy collection, glass-walled gym and lounging area with a sea-view. Since starting her charter season earlier this year, Solo has been in high demand and looks ahead to the future of successful charter life.
Also a lady in high-demand is the 49-metre Trinity yacht La Dea II. With accommodation for up to 12 guests across five Sylvie Charest-designed luxury staterooms, including a full-beam master suite on the main deck, La Dea II is a proven and versatile world cruiser that is able to take all those on board across the seven seas with ease.Photo: IYC YachtsPhoto: IYCHer array of amenities such as the panoramic sky lounge, vast sundeck, fully-stocked toy store and huge swimming platform make a stay on La Dea II something special. For sale after a life of success on the charter market that saw her travel all around the world, the all-aluminium superyacht La Dea II received a fresh lick of paint in 2019.
A multi-award-winning yacht and also one of the most successful charter yachts for sale with IYC, the 61.8-metre Sealyon by the Italian yard VSY was a collaboration project with the famed Monacan designer Espen Øino. With exquisite interior design by the London studio Candy & Candy, the voluminous 1,056 GT Sealyon is a blend of tradition and modernity, elegance and simplicity.
Photo: Y.CO Photo: Y.CO Her main-deck master suite which is raised half a level boasts panoramic views, a walk-in dressing area and a lavishly appointed Grigio Carnico marble bathroom with a spa bath and shower that feature integrated television screens. Five further staterooms comprising a VIP cabin with all necessary amenities and four lower-deck guest cabins are all styled in the yacht’s sophisticated palette. Thanks to a rigorous maintenance programme and recent rebuilding of her generators and engine, the 2009-built Sealyon is for sale in an outstanding condition and has recently completed her ten-year survey.
Another Italian-built majesty, the 37.44-metre semi-displacement yacht Awol, is built to the design of one of Sanlorenzo’s most popular models: the SD122. Completed in 2009 and now listed for sale, the all-GRP yacht has been well sought-after on the Western Mediterranean charter market during the summer months. With her 10-year survey completed, Awol received a complete paint job and a rebuild of her engine and generators to include with zero speed stabilisers in 2018.
Photo: IYC YachtsPhoto: IYC YachtsPraised for her generous guest spaces that sleep up to 12 in five cabins, the Francesco Paskowski-designed yacht Awol is built for unlimited blue water cruising. Guests can enjoy a relaxed onboard lifestyle across her three decks with plentiful sun lounging space, alfresco dining areas, a flybridge with Jacuzzi and a sky lounge.
The 34.13-metre Ferretti yacht, Tacos of the Seas, from the Custom Line 112 range has had a prosperous charter season based out of Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean. As a two-time award winner of the Mediterranean Yacht Show, the 268 GT yacht is built with a GRP hull and superstructure and can travel at up to 25 knots.Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCBuilt in 2003, Tacos of the Seas underwent a refit in 2018 and has been kept in pristine condition by her professional crew of seven. Able to host 12 guests in five contemporary-style cabins equipped with ensuite facilities, she features generous communal areas completed with a fresh and elegant design with American walnut.
Finally, we have Blade 6, the 28.05-metre Sunseeker built in 2009 to the specifications of the Predator 92S model. With a lightweight GRP hull and superstructure, the 81 GT Blade 6 is capable of reaching 33 knots and has been a popular charter yacht. Her Sunseeker-designed interiors showcase an array of fine materials and a mesh of woods and leathers.Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCEight guests can be accommodated onboard in four cabins, with the owner benefitting from a particularly spacious suite with a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite facilities. Outdoors, Blade 6 features a fly deck, alfresco dining areas, sun lounging pads and a forward seating area.
For more information on the above-mentioned yachts, please contact IYC and the appropriate broker directly using the details provided below.
34 Alimou Ave
174 55, Athens
Solo, La Dea II, Awol, Sealyon
T: +33 616 39 19 59
E: [email protected]
Blade 6, Tacos of the Seas
T: +30 210 428 2406
E: [email protected]