Fraser Team Up with Michaël Zingraf Real Estate Christie’s

By Paul Joseph

Luxury yachts and luxury homes go hand in hand, so it is no surprise to see two of the leading companies from either sector come together to build on this synergy.

In the year of their 70th anniversary, brokerage giants Fraser Yachts have teamed up with luxury real estate group Michaël Zingraf Real Estate Christie’s to offer their clients access to some of the world’s most sought-after properties.

Talking about the new partnership, Raphael Sauleau CEO of Fraser Yachts, said “We are delighted to announce our exclusive partnership with Michaël Zingraf Real Estate Christie’s, a company which shares our core values of trust, integrity, discretion and excellence.

“Leaders in our respective industries, our two brands are a natural fit and we are now able to offer our clients first-hand access to some of the world’s most exclusive properties, be it on the French Riviera or anywhere in the world. It is also a real pleasure for us to make our yachts available to a new and esteemed clientele.”

Established in 1977, Michaël Zingraf Real Estate Christie’s has 12 agencies located in the most iconic towns on the French Riviera and Provence area, and is a member of the Christie’s International Real Estate network.

Heathcliff Zingraf, CEO of Michaël Zingraf Real Estate Christie’s added: “We are pleased and proud of this exclusive partnership with Fraser. Having always been very attentive to our clients and willing to offer them the best service, this partnership with the leader of the yachting industry fits in this direction.

“Sharing similar values and a common desire to satisfy our clients, there is no doubt that the union of our two brands will be of great benefit to those wishing to purchase or charter a yacht.”

Part of the Azimut-Benetti Group, Fraser Yachts are the largest luxury yacht service provider in the world, with services including yacht sales, charter, yacht management, crew and construction, specialising in yachts over 30 metres. 

By Paul Joseph