As mentioned in our previous article, 2017 was an excellent year for the years not only in terms of luxury launches but also global financial performance. Over 369 yachts were sold this past year, improving nearly 5% of sales from 2016. Today, we are going to explore the 8 largest yachts sold in 2017.
With an asking price of $195 M, The 107-meter Ulysses yacht was build in 2016 and delivered by the renowned Norwegian shipyard, Kleven. It is regarded as the clearest definition of an explorer yacht so far and features plenty of generous areas incorporated with swimming pools, spas and a series of tends.
First launched in 2013, Solandge measures about 88.5-meters and has the most luxurious interior settings one could possibly imagine, designed by Aileen Rodriguez. This luxury superyacht has a total six decks in white and blue tones. The yacht is composed of a helipad, a cinema theatre, a swimming pool, a dining hall, a bar with a piano, a sauna, a gym, and it even has an elevator. It is priced at €155 million.
#3 Northern Star
This 75-meter vessel was built by Lurssen in 2009 and features interior design by Pauline Nunns and exterior styling by Espen Oeino. Its interiors follow a country house theme and can sleep up to twelves guests. She has numerous luxury amenities, including a gym, a helipad, a tender garage, a jacuzzi, and much more. Her asking price is €83 million.
This iconic superyacht was built by Blohm+Voss and set a commotion when it was first launched in 1991. Featuring an Art Deco interior, the 74.5m vessel was refitted in 2009 and in 2014 by the Barclay Brothers which then sold the yacht and after the yacht’s sale, she was renamed, Zeus.
#5 Flying Fox
The beautiful 73.5-meter Flying Fox yacht was designed by Reymond Langton Design studio. International acclaimed designer, Mark Berryman was responsible for her contemporary interior. Among many of her thrilling features, the luxury beach club and a fully equipped private indoor cinema clearly stand out.
Sold last October, the 67.5m Icon is the first hull-built yacht by the leading Dutch shipyard, Icon Yachts. She was designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon and features plenty of mouth-watering highlights, including a large glass-bottomed spa pool, a generous beach club and a sauna. Icon is powered by twin MTU engines of 2,480hp, allowing her to reach a full speed of 16 knots.
Formerly known as Dilbar, this massive superyacht was delivered by Oceanco and measure 66m. She was the first yacht to be owned by the Russian billionaire, Alisher Usmanov. Natita has a current asking price of $39,9 million.
Royal Denship’s 64-meter Turmoil was launched in 2006. This magnificent yacht is powered by twin CAT engines of 2,260hp each which allows the yacht to reach top speeds at 12 knots. Turmoil’s interior is characterized by a cherry wood interior and accommodates up to 16 guests. After being sold, the yacht has been renamed Albula.
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