Kicking off on Wednesday 1st November is the 58th edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. This year Edmiston will be present with one of its most impressive US line-ups yet with four impressive yachts on display.
Launched as Madsummer in 2008 by Lürssen, the 79-metre superyachtTV is one of the largest yachts available for charter and sale today. The yacht is designed by Espen Oeino with a luxurious interior by Alberto Pinto. Her exterior underwent a slight change in 2001 when her original light blue hull colour was replaced with the current light grey scheme we see today. Onboard, TV accommodates her 12 guests across eight spacious staterooms.TV runs at a top speed of 17 knots and comfortably cruises at 12 knots.Photo: Tom van Oossanen / SuperYacht Times
TV is offered for sale at €92,000,000. For more information contact Robert Sheperd.
Superyacht Helios was built by Oceanco in 2001 as Pegasus, to a design by The A Group. In 2007-2008 the yacht was refitted at Knight & Carver in San Diego, California. The refit included a complete overhaul of the saloon/cinema, master stateroom and 6 guest cabins, along with full remodelling of the sun deck, galley and lazarette, mechanical systems upgrades and a complete paint job. One of Helios Key Features is her huge sun deck, which runs nearly two-thirds of her length.
Helios is for sale through Edmiston at $29,950,000. For more information contact Robert Sheperd.
The 52-metre Rasselas was built by Feadship in 1994 and has been maintained in pristine condition over the years. Her pedigree build quality and meticulous design work mean she is looking just as good over two decades later. She is well appointed to house up to 12 guests on board.Photo: Merijn de Waard / SuperYacht Times
Rasselas is available at $17,500,000. For more information contact Jonathan Barbe.
Another Dutch addition to Edmiston’s FLIBS line up is the 46.2-metre Lady May. Launched by Feadship in 2014 as Como, she features naval architecture and exterior design by Dubois Naval Architects, whilst her interiors were undertaken by British design studio, Redman Whiteley Dixon. She accommodates up to 10 guests over five cabins, as well as a crew of up to eight. Powered by twin CAT C32 1,900 hp engines, she has a top speed of 19 knots, and a cruising speed of 14 knots. Just some of her notable characteristics are the pioneering use of glass on board following the client requests for exceptionally large windows in the hull as well as the considerable use of glass in the superstructure.Photo: Feadship
Lady May is listed for sale at €31,000,000. For more information contact Alex Koersvelt. https://www.edmiston.com/contact/montenegro/alex-koersvelt.htm