YATCO Headlines: Top 5 Weekly Market Facts, December 13 – 19, 2021

BLISS Heesen Yachts, YATCO Headlines: Top 5 Weekly Market Facts

The following facts were gathered from YATCO BOSS to bring you highlights from the previous week. Enjoy, and please feel free to share with colleagues and clients alike.

Image caption: Motor Yacht BLISS, built by Heesen Yachts in 2007

The largest yacht to be added to the for-sale market last week was the 144′ 4″ (43.99m) motor yacht BLISS, build by HEESEN Yachts in 2007, listed at $16,297,995 USD EST (€14,500,000 EUR) with Kit Denison at Denison Yacht Sales.

With history and pedigree, the 114’10” 1952 classic sailing yacht ARIES, previously known as WHITE HEATHER is coming up for online auction. Offers can be made from February 2nd, 2022, starting at $112,824 USD EST (€100,000 EUR), listed with De Valk Yacht Brokers.

Following two extensive refits, the first in 2018 and straight out of the second one in December 2021, LAMADINE, the 1967 CAMPER & NICHOLSONS cruising ketch is coming out restored to her former glory and beyond. She is the largest and the most expensive sailing yacht to be added to the market during the previous week. The 97’2″ yacht is listed for sale at $2,011,959 USD EST (€1,790,000 EUR) with Adam Papadakis at MORAVIA YACHTING SAM.

The most expensive vessel sold last week was the stunning 48.79m (160′ 1″) motor yacht CHASSEUR. Built in 2017 by CHRISTENSEN, she was listed on YATCO BOSS with Wes Sanford and Sean Doyle at Northrop & Johnson.

The 43.6m (143′ 1″) motor yacht ALEGRIA, built in 2010 by Benetti was reported sold last week. She was listed on YATCO BOSS with April Clemmons and David Frazer from Blue Oceans Yachting.

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