Several superyachts changed hands over the holidays. The first to sell was the 43 metre superyacht Espresso III, built by Trinity Yachts in 2004. She has been elegantly styled and designed to sleep 10 guests in five cabins and offer a range of entertainment options across her panoramic sky lounge and sun deck.
Built in 2004 by American shipyard Trinity, the 43 meter features lavish interiors of marble and rich wood by Mimi Fritz and Dee Robinson. She is powered by two original Caterpillar 3512B engines that allow her to reach a top speed of 19 knots and cruise comfortably at 15 knots. Espresso III was sold by Worth Avenue Yachts, and the new owners were represented by International Yacht Collection.
Superyacht Aghassi was sold by Mark Elliot of International Yacht Collection. The new owners were represented by Tom George Yacht Group. Aghassi is a luxurious tri-deck motor yacht with notable cruising abilities. She is a tribute to the Christensen legacy. Her 5 lavish staterooms accommodate 10 guests and crew. She is fully MCA compliant and a meticulously maintained yacht.
At Last was built in 1990 at Heesen Yachts in Holland as l’Aquasition. Since then she’s had several different owners, and has now been sold again by Thom Conboy of Burger Yacht Sales. Thom represented both the seller and the buyers. Her previous owner completely refitted the engine room and interior over a period of two years making At Last a virtually new yacht with state of the art equipment and an amazing array of toys. She accommodates 10 in 5 luxurious double staterooms with ensuite facilities.
Burger Yacht Sales and Compass International sold superyacht Fleurtje, to a client of Fraser Yachts. At 57 metres, Fleurtje has extremely elegant lines. The long overhangs at bow and stern, the rich Awlgrip blue hull and 3 Douglas Fir masts with stay sail plan, combine into a handsome profile. Her steel hull and aluminium superstructure are in splendid condition having been recently faired and repainted. The acclaimed Naval Architect Gerald Dijkstra was brought in to optimize sailing performance, thus resulting in considerable speed and handling improvements.
Camper & Nicholsons International together with Burgess sold the 41.65m (137’9) Il Cigno to a client of Mortola Yacht & Ship. This classic gentleman’s motoryacht was completely rebuilt from her hull in 2002 and refitted again by her current owner in 2006. The yacht is in immaculate condition with a full technical and mechanical work list completed in winter 2010/11, and boasting accommodation for ten guests and eight crew.
This week, Moran Yacht & Ship announced the sale of Lady Soul. The sale of the 30.9 metre Custom Line, Lady Soul marks the 6th sale for Moran Yacht & Ship in the past 3 months.