After only 20 days on the market, the 72.6-metre Turquoise Yachts superyacht Honor (ex: Vicky), listed for sale by Burgess has been sold to a new owner, with the buyer introduced by Peter Thompson at Thompson Westwood White Yachts. Delivered by the Turkish yard in 2012, both her interiors and exteriors were designed by the London-based studio H2 Yacht Design. Photo: BurgessHonor boasts an array of amenities spread across three decks, including a luxurious beach club with a steam room, a full-beam spa, a Jacuzzi, a massage room and a gym with a starboard shell door that opens out onto the water. Her spacious sun deck features a five-metre contraflow swimming pool forward of the yacht and a helipad is located on the foredeck. Photo: BurgessPhoto: YPIPhoto: BurgessThe main saloon on board Honor sports a double-height atrium and floor-to-ceiling windows that follow throughout the yacht to create a bright and open ambience. Honor can accommodate up to 14 private or charter guests across seven staterooms configured as six doubles and one twin, all of which are located on the main deck, as well as a crew of 19. An elevator from the bridge deck to the lower deck spa ensures she is highly accessible. Photo: BurgessPhoto: BurgessPhoto: BurgessEquipped with twin Caterpillar 2447 hp diesel engines, yacht Honor reaches a top speed of 17 knots and cruises at 15 knots. At 12 knots, she has a transatlantic range of 7000 nautical miles. At the time of sale, Honor had a final asking price of €48,500,000. Photo: Burgess
Market statistics courtesy of SuperYacht Times iQ
- In 2018, Turkish-built yachts were sold at an average asking price of €11.78m, equivalent to €23,090 per GT.
- Last year, Turquoise-built yachts were sold at an average asking price of €22.89m or €23,630 per GT.
- During the year 2018, yachts built between 2010 and 2014 were sold at an average asking price of €16m, equivalent to €30,770 per GT.
- In 2018, yachts in the 70-74-metre size range were sold at an average asking price of €53.39m or €39,450 per GT.
Comparable sales courtesy of SuperYacht Times iQ
- Lürssen Saint Nicolas had a last asking price of €46.7m equivalent to €24,097 per GT
- Perini Navi Nautilus had a last asking price of €78,5m equivalent to €41,844 per GT
- Amels Lady E had a last asking price of €59m equivalent to €38,138 per GT
Similar yachts for sale on SuperYacht Times
At the moment there are 18 motor yachts for sale in the 65-75m size range. All combined these yachts have an average asking price of €50.95 million equivalent to €34,000 per GT. Out of these 18 motor yachts currently for sale, the 73m Feadship yacht Hasna is the most expensive one with an asking €97 million or €62,000 per GT. The most recent superyacht between 65-75m which has been listed for sale is the 67m Amels yacht Aurora Borealis with an asking price of €83.5 million or €52,000 per GT.
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