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Built to an exacting standard by German yard Abeking & Rasmussen, 82.5m superyacht Secret has seen a significant price reduction announced today. Dropping 4,500,000 EUR to a new asking price of 94,500,000 EUR, the pedigree megayacht is listed for sale with Burgess.
Burgess has announced the sale of 50m Heesen superyacht INCEPTION. The Dutch yacht was listed at an asking price of $25,000,000. Crispin Baynes of Burgess represented the seller, with the buyer introduced by Derk Jan Rolff of Holland Yacht Connection.
Renowned brokerage house Burgess is offering clients the chance to offset the environmental impact of their yachting activities by donating a Marine Conservation Fee. The Marine Conservation Programme, launched by Burgess in association with UK Charity Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE), gives clients the chance to donate to ongoing conservation projects in key yachting areas.
A fine example of Italian pedigree, 60m CRN-built BLUE EYES OF LONDON has been sold with SuperyachtsMonaco acting on behalf of the buyer. The megayacht had been listed for sale with Burgess Yachts at an asking price of EUR 26,500,000.
Amels and Damen Yachting have announced a new full custom expedition vessel project will be built under the Damen Yachting brand. The 72m superyacht will be delivered in 2024 and is set to feature a hybrid propulsion platform for zero-emission cruising in some of the world’s wildest and most remote cruising grounds.
As the year draws to a close, we pause to reflect on the last year in large yacht sales. Despite a transformed show landscape, including the postponement of the Monaco Yacht Show, 2020 has certainly not disappointed on the large yacht sales front. We took a look at the largest yacht sales of the year, both in new build and brokerage...
Heading into a new year, it will be interesting to see how the superyacht brokerage market responds to the disruptive year that was 2020. Burgess CEO Jonathan Beckett said earlier in 2020 that he expected high-quality superyachts to enter onto the brokerage market as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The world-leading brokerage firm has a number of renowned Top100 superyachts in its superyacht fleet, and here we take a look at a few of the largest superyachts which could find new owners in 2021…
Burgess has launched the superyacht industry’s answer to a winter sale, and it is quite the temptation for those looking to their next dream-like escape. A far cry from the shopping mall warzones of Black Friday, Burgess is offering the “Most Luxurious Sale Ever” with a discount of 25% on a selection of high-quality charter yachts.
Raw power meets sophisticated elegance onboard 68.2m Ragnar. A remarkable conversion project launched in 2020 by Icon Yachts, Ragnar is a breath-taking Arctic explorer with ice-breaker capabilities and world-class levels of luxury. Available for charter through Burgess, Ragnar is a superyacht primed for thrilling expeditions to the most remote areas of the world.
The latest jewel in the Burgess sales fleet crown is the 91.5m Oceanco-built Tranquility. Delivered in 2014, the Dutch flagship accommodates up to 22 guests and comes lavishly equipped with a spacious beach club, beauty salon, massage room, hammam and plunge pool - and has been listed at an asking price of EUR 149,900,000.