A number of high profile sailing yachts have changed hands during the first six months of 2016. Here we take a look at just some of the largest and most recent of those sales.
Q (ex. Mondango)
The 52 metre sailng yacht Mondango (now named Q) was announced sold in March this year. Stockbridge Yacht Brokers and joint central agents Burgess having represented the owner, and Camper & Nicholsons acting on behalf of the buyer. Originally built for an international businessman,Mondangowas designed by Dubois Naval Architects as a high performance aluminium ketch with luxury world cruising in mind. Mondangofeatures a modern and fresh interior, designed by Reymond Langton, which offers luxury accommodation for 10 guests.
Y.CO secured the sale of the 57.5 metre sailng yacht Twizzle at the start of the year. Built by Royal Huisman in 2010, the iconic Twizzle features naval architecture by Dubois Naval Architects, and interior design by Redman Whiteley Dixon in collaboration with Todhunter Earle. Will Christie ofY.COacted as Joint Central Agent in the sale with Burgess and Jim Wallace of Camper and Nicholsons International representing the buyer. At the time of sale she was listed at an asking price of €39,750,000.
Edmiston also announced in March the sale of the 36.58 metre sailing yachtShamrock V. Originally built in 1930 by Camper & Nicholsons Shipyard for Sir. Thomas Lipton - the founder of Lipton tea - she is the only wooden J-Class yacht ever built. Shamrock Vwas sold with Edmiston representing both the buyer and the seller in the deal. At the time of sale she was listed at an asking price of €6,000,000.
In February Perini Navi USA announced the sale of the 38 metre sloopP2. Built by Perini Navi in 2008, P2has an alloy hull and carbon superstructure and features naval architecture and exterior design by the renowned Philippe Briand. P2was listed for sale at Perini Navi USA, with Perini Navi’s Bruce Brakenhoff representing both the buyer and the seller in the deal. At the time of sale, she was listed at an asking price of $9,900,000.
Sailing yacht Yanneke Too, a sleek 36 metre sailing yacht delivered by Camper & Nicholsons in 1996, was sold in April this year after having been jointly listed for sale through Burgess and Yachtzoo with Ardell having introduced the buyer.Yanneke Toois designed by British designer Bill Dixon, and she was conceived for worldwide cruising. At the time of the sale her asking price was set at €1,800,000.
The 32.8 metre sailing yachtJazz Jr. was announced sold by Hoek Brokerage this week. built by Turquoise Yachts in 2009, the Hoek Designed yacht was on offer at an asking price of €3.800.000 at the time of the sale.
The 44m Dubois-designed KetchTimoneer, built by Vitters in 2001, found a new owner earlier this month. The sale was announced by President of Perini Navi USA, Bruce Brakenhoff, having represented the seller along with Burgess as co-central agent with Pam Barlow of Luke Brown Yachts acting on behalf of the buyer.Timoneer’sasking price at the time of the sale was $8,250,000.
One of the largest sailing catamarans in North America was recently sold by Denison Yacht Sales. Built by Blue Coast Yachts in France, the 95-foot Cartouche was offered at an asking price of €4,450,000.The seller was represented by CatherineRelandeau (Cath Yachts) andJean-Marie Cabri(Denison Yacht Sales) represented the buyer.