The brokerage market is the part of our industry that is naturally most reactive to world events but, despite the pandemic, has fared well during these unique times. As the year 2020 comes to an end, SuperYacht Times takes a look back at the most expensive used yacht sales from the last 365 days. These are the yacht sales that were made public knowledge this year:
Least expensive used yacht sale in 2020: RoninPhoto: Benoit DonneThe 58.8-metre Lürssen classic Ronin was built in 1993 and found her third owner at the beginning of 2020 after 453 days on the market. Her last asking price was $15,900,000 (€14,328,197).
IdyllicPhoto: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesKnown as Iman before changing hands, the 59.4-metre Benetti superyacht Idyllic had an asking price of €23,500,000 when she found a new owner in August 2020.
Perseus^3 Photo: H&HAfter 945 days on the market, the 60-metre Perini Navi sailing yacht Perseus^3 sold in November with a last known asking price of €25,995,000. Read more about the deal here.
SarahPhoto: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesThe 62-metre Amels superyacht Sarah was on the market for 320 days before she was sold in June 2020 for a last asking price of €28,000,000.
Kamalaya Photo: David ChurchillSold just in time for Christmas to her second owner was the 54.86-metre Amels superyacht Kamalaya. At the time of sale, she had a last asking price of €36,000,000.
Triple SevenPhoto: BurgessThis summer, the 68-metre Nobiskrug yacht Triple Seven was reported sold to her third owner in France. Her last-known asking price was €38,000,000.
Prediction Photo: Cecil Wright & Partners
Known as New Hampshire, the classic 62-metre Feadship yacht was sold recently and renamed Prediction. The deal concluded with a last known asking price of €38,950,000.
Photo: Camper & NicholsonsAs reported in February, the 66.4-metre ISA yacht Okto was sold after 1,637 days on the market with a last asking price of €39,000,000.
NeninkaPhoto: Jeff BrownAlso thanks to the efforts of Fraser and Burgess brokers, the sale of the 67.6-metre Amels superyacht Neninka was concluded in February 2020. Before changing hands, was known as Aurora Borealis. At the time of sale, she had an asking price of €79,500,000.
Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesThe 74-metre CRN yacht Lady Jorgia was known as Odyssey II until her sale this year – which was finalised thanks to Fraser and Burgess with a last known asking price of €84,000,000. Read more about it here.
Most expensive used yacht sale in 2020: LunaseaPhoto: Jim RaycroftPreviously known as Hasna, the 73-metre Feadship yacht Lunasea was sold with a last known asking price of €92,500,000 in the summer. More details of the deal can be found here.
The data used for this article was sourced from the SuperYacht Times iQ yachting intelligence system. You can enquire about becoming a user of iQ here, or, find more data on the market in the popular The State of Yachting 2020 market report here.