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Crew is one of the largest expenses on a superyacht and critical to the owner’s enjoyment of their vessel. As the largest crew agency in the world, we know crew. Our cost calculator contains customized crew lists for yachts ranging from 80ft to 600ft with salary information based on our reference verified salary data.

Our users also have the ability to completely tailor the crew list to the specific needs, schedule and requirements of their vessel. Each yacht is unique and may have specific owner requests in addition to the yacht’s safe manning requirements.

Management of the supplemental crew costs and strategic budgeting can help avoid significant overspend on categories such as food and uniform. This tool contains default values based on our industry expertise and recommended budget for an efficiently and safely run superyacht.

To learn more about each crew position in detail, including salary ranges, please visit our yacht department directory .

Drag the sliders to modify your results. These are not linear scales and we expect most yachts to operate within the 20-80% window. Above 80% and below 20% costs increase or decrease at exaggerated levels and we only see numbers in these levels in very rare circumstances.

This sunburst diagram is interactive. You can click into each block to see the expense break down and mouse over each block for more details.

Our chart of accounts displays seven major categories, 20 sub-categories plus a further 80 detail categories for a total of 107.

Our yacht operating cost calculator is now on it’s third major revision. We start with actual yacht expense data from our yacht management accountants and then generate formulas to extrapolate out the budget for a wide range of yachts. We have been providing accounting services to large yachts for the past 18 years.

Our operating cost calculator is tuned for yachts from 80 to 600 feet. We find operating variables create the largest variances for yachts smaller than 100 feet and larger than 250 feet. We have tested the numbers the most in the range from 100 to 250 feet.

Our budget calculator factors in the fuel burn for a range of engine sizes typically seen installed on yachts by length. By dragging the green “fuel dockage” slider to the right you will increase the projected fuel burn rate and therefore the budget cost for fuel. Our default position would be for a typical displacement fuel burn. Position the slider in the 60-80% range for fuel projections for planning hulls.

Our default values produce a budget number that we believe is generous to run a yacht to a high standard. Perfect is a very expensive word to use in the yachting industry where standards are already high. Moving the crew and maintenance sliders to 80% will provide an “industry best” quality of crew and give them the maintenance budget to operate to a very high standard. If you need to go over the 80% area then you may have unusually labor intensive equipment on the yacht.

Yes, our yacht operating cost calculator can output a budget suitable for this situation. Adjust the owner use to 2 (minimum value), owner slider to 0, crew slider to 10%, Administration to 10%, Fuel and Dockage to 0, Maintenance to 10% and then Capital Repairs to 0. This will remove all of the large charges associated with owner use and vessel movement but leave the essential base maintenance and insurance in place.

Lift on and float in yacht transport is a popular way to transport yachts across large ocean passage. The yachts that this service certainly applies to are ones that may not have the motoring range or structural integrity for blue ocean cruising. The cost of transporting a yacht twice per year is put into our budget once the “Fuel Dockage” slider hits 75%. If your yacht has the range we recommend self-sufficient ocean passages whenever possible. Whilst the transport companies sell their services based upon reportedly well oiled operated schedules the reality is that your yacht may stay waiting for pickup for a week or more with no compensation due. When factoring in all secondary factors of self-sufficient passages (increased fuel, maintenance, potential storm damage, crew time off, extra delivery crew) compared with transporting your yacht (insurance, potential loading / unloading damage, loss of schedule control, no work whilst underway, crew flights, crew accommodation) we believe that there is a 100% premium associated with float in transport and a 75% premium with lift on transport compared with self-powered.

Abandoned yachts crash in value. We recommend that even if you are trying to sell your yacht that you use the yacht for a minimum of two weeks per year so that systems are tested and working every six months. There is nothing worse for a yacht than not being used. If you truly are not going to use the yacht then you should sell it immediately for the first genuine offer as every dollar you put into maintenance will not be recovered at the time of the sale.

We did not build this version with sailing yachts in mind. Early in our development of this version we decided to exclude sailing yachts as a few of the major cost drivers scale very differently for sailing yachts compared with motor yachts. For example: To calculate paint costs we reviewed the surface area of over 100 large yachts and created a formula for painted surface area to length. Sailing yachts just don’t scale in a consistent way. Similarly crew numbers don’t scale in the same manner that they do for motor yachts. If there is sufficient demand we may build a sailing selector switch into a future version of this tool.

We hate to hear when yacht owners were told by their broker to factor in 10% of the purchase price to operate the yacht. This over used saying is sadly right occasionally (particularly for newer yachts in the $20-30M range)… but just because a broken watch tells the right time twice a day you shouldn’t rely upon it to tell the time. As yachts get older their capital value decreases but their maintenance costs increase. There is no way that a fixed 10% of purchase cost rule can be true… if your broker told you this rule then you need a new yacht broker… we know some good ones. 😊

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Average Yacht Prices | 40, 50, 60, 70, 100 feet + Helpful Examples

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How much do yachts cost? Let’s look at yacht prices per size.

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Note: We will look at yachts that are a few years old. Very few people buy brand-new yachts as the price comes down a lot after only a few years.

How much is a small yacht? Let’s start at 40 feet length.

40 Foot Yacht Cost

A 40-foot yacht can be found used for around $200,000 and new models can cost as much as a million dollars. There are always lots of used yachts for sale around 40 feet in length, which makes them more attractive to first-time buyers.

Technically, a yacht begins at 23 feet. However, yachts that size will more often be referred to as boats.

A 40-foot yacht is a great option for looking for relative simplicity and plenty of comfort and capability. This size is great for day trips in the Caribbean dedicated to speed boating or simple cruising.

The size remains manageable, but the vessel can be updated with extra living spaces and amenities as desired, with a more affordable price than larger options.

The maintenance prices will remain lower as well.

Make sure you are considering the age of your yacht. Even if it is on the smaller end, it will be more expensive if it is new and custom-built to your wants.

Even if you think a 40-foot yacht is the cheapest option, these small factors make for a sliding price scale.

You might find that a smaller, new, custom yacht is more expensive than an older, simpler, larger yacht. One benefit of an older yacht is that it should have the improvements and equipment that make it comfortable to operate and will not have those additional costs.

For  sailboat prices specifically, check out this article .

Our Pick: Viking 42 Convertible: Cruise and Fish (2014)

Price: $895,000

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  • Cushioned seats
  • Underwater lights
  • Flybridge fiberglass hard-top
  • Recent engine and service
  • Joystick control
  • Cockpit shade with poles, freezer, and step-up box
  • Custom chairs
  • Coach roof overhang to provide shade
  • home theater setup
  • Freshwater wash area
  • Cockpit freezer and drink box
  • Forward-facing viewing windows in deckhouse

Here’s a great example of a yacht with differing ages and year models. It has twin diesel engines, 600 hp each, and cruise at 35 mph (pretty fast!).

Yacht Price Examples for Three Other 40-50 Foot

  • 42-foot Grand Banks 42 Classic; trawler-cruiser style yacht; twin diesel, 350 hp each, cruising speed is 13 mph. Price: $370,000 for 2004; $124,500 for 1986; older ones for less
  • 45-foot Sea Ray 450 Sundancer or Sedan Bridge; single or twin diesel, about 1,000 hp total; cruising speed about 26 mph Price: $472,000 for 2012 twin-engine
  • 41-foot Back Cove Downeast; single diesel 715 hp; cruising speed is 26 mph Price: $619,000 for 2016

50 Foot Yacht Cost

50-foot yachts are  normally owner-operated, so you wouldn’t need to pay for a crew. Now we are around the size of 2-bedroom yachts.

They can provide more living space giving the owner flexibility for more guests and making it a more permanent residential option. With more space comes the opportunity to install more amenities as well.

The biggest difference between the 40-foot vessel and the 50-foot is the accommodations.

Expect three-cabin layouts, which give plenty of space for rest. The opportunity to create guest rooms, owners’ suite, and entertainment spaces are better with these yachts.

Our Pick: Hatteras GT54 Convertible Sportfish

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The price for the 2017 model of this used yacht starts at $2,249,000. 

This yacht is 53′ 10″ long and weighs 75,000 pounds! It has twin diesel engines, 1,300 hp each, cruising speed of 35 mph.

It has a 1200-gallon fuel capacity with three staterooms. It sleeps up to 6 people, so it is perfect for entertaining without being so large to the point where maintenance becomes very difficult. It is known for its great propulsion rates and is very smooth and agile.

It specializes as a fishing boat but allows plenty of room for guests. In addition to the three staterooms, it has a large salon deck, a spacious galley, and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating.

Yacht Price Examples for Two Other 50 Foot

  • 51-foot Azimut Magellano 50; express cruiser; twin diesel engines, 425 hp each, cruising speed 16 mph Price: $670,760 for 2013
  • 52-foot Carver C52 Command Bridge; twin diesel engines, 600 hp each; cruising speed 18- 26 mph Price: $1,149,000 for 2017; $1,750,00 for 2021 with bow thrusters, gyro-stabilizer

How much is a large yacht? Let’s  step up to 60 foot.

60 Foot Yacht Cost

Now we’re looking at 2-bedroom yacht prices. A yacht in this range approaches the upper end of the owner/operator criteria.

This means that owners need to decide whether they can handle this size yacht on their own or if they need to hire outside help from a crew.

If you’re thinking of buying a boat this size, the cost may not be an issue, but understand that adding crew members adds substantial extra expenses! Crew salaries start at around $3K /mth for junior members and $10K for captains and experienced crew members.

This size is great for longer travels beyond day trips and adds more and more space for extra amenities. Hosting guests becomes easier.

Here are some examples:

Our Pick: Hatteras M60

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The average base price for this model is around $2,995,000.

The Hatteras M60 is great for someone who wants the luxury of a larger yacht but still wants to be an owner-operator. The deck’s layout below and above is spacious, with a large salon and a full master suite. It can be customized to order with hardwood floors or specific carpeting and amenities like TVs, a bar, a full kitchen, etc. It is a motor yacht, meant for pleasure cruising.

It has twin diesel engines, 1135 hp each; cruising speed is 28 mph.

Yacht Price Examples for Two Other 60 Foot

  • 64-foot Schaefer 640; express cruiser; twin diesel engines, 625 hp each; cruising speed 25 mph Price: $1,299,000 for 2017
  • 60-foot Sunreef 62 Sailing Catamaran; twin diesel engines 110 hp each; cruising speed 10 mph Price: $990,000 for 2009

70 Foot Yacht Cost

We’re now looking at 3-bedroom yachts. Once you reach this size yacht, it is almost guaranteed you will need a crew to help operate it. A crewed yacht is very different from an owner-operated yacht.

This is just shy of the superyacht category, so if you settle on this size, know you are almost there!

As previously mentioned, as the yacht size gets larger, so do the number of factors that make the purchase more layered and complex.

When yachts reach this size, the interior layout begins to change more drastically. They often have a spacious main deck perfect for dining and entertaining guests, whereas below, the yacht would likely have four or more cabins and crew quarters.

With more rooms comes more cost and more opportunity to customize the space to make it your own.

Here are some great options for this size:

Our Pick: Hatteras GT70 Convertible Sportfish

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The 2017 GT70 model runs around $4,500,000, but keep in mind the extra costs of maintenance, furnishing, and a cabin crew to help it run. It’s great for a long vacation and far-away destinations.

The GT70 convertible sportfish is known for its speed and agility, and high propulsion power. It has twin diesel engines, 1900 hp each; cruising speed over 30 mph.

It is 70′ 6″ with 2,140-gallon fuel capacity. The inside is lavish, with a galley, a huge salon, and five staterooms.

Yacht Price Examples for Two Other 70 Foot

  • 75-foot Hatteras Motor Yacht; sport cruiser; twin diesel, 1800 hp each; cruising speed 28 mph. Price: $4,375,000 for 2017
  • 74-foot Ocean Alexander Motoryacht; twin diesel, 1150 hp each; cruising speed 24 mph. Price: $1,895,000 for 2011

100 Foot Yacht Costs (and up):

You are officially in the superyacht range.

These yachts come in all styles and shapes, allowing for cruising along coastlines or focusing on watercraft and speed boating.

Since this is likely the peak size boat for practical use, you can expect a lot of additional costs for hiring a crew, maintenance, docking, as well as stocking your boat full of amenities. 

You’re likely to spend the bulk of your costs furnishing this size boat as bigger yachts typically are sold without furniture. The previous owner will want to hold on to designer furniture and other expensive interior.

Check out these great  examples of 100-foot yachts .

Our Pick: 143′ 04″ Virtus 44

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This model cost around $20,189,000.

This mega yacht is anyone’s dream.

It is home to a fully integrated beach club with room for a pool deck, floor-to-ceiling windows in the main salon, a hot tub on the top deck, five staterooms, an 8-person crew, and room to sleep ten guests.

It has room for water toys and other gadgets, with a layout that keeps them purposefully hidden from the outside world. It has a 12-knot cruising speed and 16-knot max speed,

Other 100+ Feet Yachts Price Examples

  • 98′ 5″ AB 100 Price: $8,843,260 for 2018
  • 161′ 04″ Acico Nassima Price: $17,933,000 for 2012

How Much is Yacht Insurance?

Insurance on a yacht is around 1% of the purchase price per year. It can go higher if you have lots of expensive designer furniture. This can add up over the years. It’s often cheaper to insure a sailing yacht but the price range is still within the 0.7-1.3%.

What Other Expenses Do Yacht Owners Face?

Harbor fees is another expense for yacht owners. It’s also a yearly fee that varies but as a rule of thumb, you can expect to pay around $100 per foot per year, depending on how popular the marina is. You will also have to be on a waitlist if you want a good location.

How Much Does a Luxury Yacht Cost?

A super yacht fall under the category of “luxury yachts” or “mega-yachts”.

The world’s largest private vessel belongs to the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s Azzam. It is 590 feet long and costs $600 million to build!

It is outliers like these that increase the price average for yacht owners, perhaps scaring potential owners when they start their research.

As a luxury yacht price guide, however, we need to look at averages.

Currently, the average superyacht costs $275 million. This does not even account for maintenance costs, either.

Superyachts are large and luxurious, needing a professional crew to help them run. They are designed to emphasize comfort, speed, and longer expeditions – depending on the yacht builders.

They might have:

  • swimming pools,
  • water toys,
  • diving and fishing poles,
  • fully furnished rooms,
  • helicopter landing pads,
  • and smaller support vessels

Just to name a few amenities. They are truly the epitome of the elite.

What Size Boat is Considered a Yacht?

The normal yacht length starts at around 23 feet, and can extend hundreds of feet.  If the boat meets 23 feet, it can be considered a yacht.

A boat does not need luxury features to be considered a yacht.

It can be minimal and stripped of the “extra” stuff to fall into the yacht category, so long as it meets the size and length criteria.

11 Things to Consider Before You Purchase

When making this purchase, the yacht size you buy needs to reflect what you hope to get out of the vessel.

Some important questions to ask yourself before you buy are:

  • What does your perfect day on the water look like?
  • How long will your average day on the water be?
  • Will it be more boating/watercraft focused or long cruise focused?
  • Will you use the yacht for fishing?
  • Will you be on the yacht every day of the week or just on weekends?
  • How many people do you hope to fit on the yacht?
  • Do you plan to stay on the yacht overnight?
  • Where will you dock the yacht?
  • How much boating experience do you have?
  • How fast do you want the yacht to go?
  • How important is it to have extra amenities like furnished rooms, water toys, electronics, etc.?

These questions will guide you to understand the size you really need and will be able to realistically maintain versus what your most ideal yacht would look like.

When Do You Need a Full-Time Crew?

At length over 50 or 60 feet, you may need a full-time captain or crew. 

A full-time crew person will be needed to keep all the varnished woodwork looking good and all the little things maintained.

Sometimes, you must be honest with yourself about what you want and what you actually need. Be self-aware about your abilities (or lack thereof) in taking care of a specific size yacht.

If you don’t know much about boats and navigation, you will need more help to use your vessel.

Hopefully, this comprehensive guide gives you a good starting point as you begin your yacht price research process.

Important Things to Consider As Well

Although there are many factors to consider when understanding a yacht’s prices, it is an exciting purchase nonetheless and should be enjoyed as much as possible.

At the end of your research, you’ll be the owner of a beautiful yacht you can use for leisure, cruising, sports craft, fishing, or all of the above.

Although this article is a good starting point, we would also recommend getting in touch with a  yacht broker who can help you find your best fit , model, year, and the price is given your personal budget. 

They are great sources of knowledge in addition to personal research.

Make sure you are as patient as possible in this process to make sure you are covering all your bases, but most importantly, enjoy the process!

Here’s How Much Yachts Cost on Average:

Yachts start around $300,000 for smaller 40-foot models and can go as high as several hundred million dollars for superyachts.

These are the main contributing factors to the price of a yacht:

  • The size of the yacht
  • The age of the yacht
  • The brand and  type of yacht

In general, the larger the yacht is, the more important the quality of the build becomes.

Also, potential owners need to understand the cruising speed and propulsion of different yachts.

The yacht type is also broken down into two categories:

  • Mediterranean Style Open style expresses yacht with maximum space for sun, little-to-no shade on the deck.
  • Hard-top express Semi-enclosed or fully-enclosed space on deck for the operator
  • Flybridge yachts

An express yacht is often referred to interchangeably as an  express cruiser  or  sports cruiser .

It has a single deck above the hull with a living space below.

They are much sleeker, too.

A flybridge yacht is often referred to as a sedan bridge or sport bridge, and it is typically used for fishing. It has additional space above the main deck.

Since the flybridge area has more space on the second deck, the main deck is normally made up of enclosed spaces and rooms.

It can have an open-air layout but can also have a hard-top.

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Oyster 745 Hero 2 D

A crewed 75 foot cruising yacht designed for very big adventures

DESIGNED FOR THE LONG HAUL

The Oyster 745 is a long range cruising yacht, designed to take you to the remotest corners of the world. She is a joy to sail yourself, with a small crew to assist and maintain her. This 75 foot sailboat is the smallest in the Oyster range with dedicated crew quarters. The internal layout offers a separate ensuite crew cabin and galley with discrete access, guaranteeing privacy for you, your family and friends. This versatile yacht offers huge scope for customisation, allowing you to add your personal touch to the spacious living accommodation. Well provisioned with generous cabins, capacious storage and tankage, she is as well-suited to long haul liveaboard adventures as she is local cruising and entertaining. The design and configuration of this offshore sailboat makes her the perfect model to offer for charter when you are not aboard enjoying her yourself.

EXCEPTIONAL PASSAGE-MAKING CAPABILITY

The Oyster 745 is a thrilling, large sailing yacht - her immense scale makes it an unforgettable experience. Her powerful, large volume hull form with twin rudders offers perfect stability and effortless finger-tip control on the helm. Visibility is excellent from both protected helm stations, making tricky manoeuvres simple and the smart sail plan makes her easy to handle, delivering consistently fast passage-making speeds. It all adds up to a beautifully balanced offshore sailboat. The large cockpit offers safety and comfort for family and friends; concealed lines, clutter-free decks with flush hatches and plenty of stowage for sails and kit make moving around safer under sail. Exceptionally large tankage and generous stowage below means you can make extended voyages without re-stocking. Wherever this Oyster 745 long-range cruising yacht takes you, you can be sure adventure comes as standard.

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A true long range cruising yacht

The Oyster 745 is well-provisioned for long haul bluewater cruising. The smallest boat in the Oyster fleet with dedicated crew quarters, you can enjoy time at the helm, or let the crew take over while you relax and enjoy the view with family and friends.

Choose from a variety of options to accommodate up to four crew, the standard layout offers a double bunk crew cabin forward, linear galley with a further double ensuite cabin which can be used for crew or guests. This yacht also has the option for a full width galley, offering two double bunk crew cabins in the bow, with two heads.

There are plenty of opportunities to add a personal touch to almost every aspect of the interior, from your choices of wood and fabric, to entertainment, connectivity and navigation equipment.

Engineering features are easily accessible, with a large engine room under the saloon sole with room for two generators. Services and systems are clearly labelled and easily accessed. Intelligent design makes use of every available space for storage and the optional extended transom opens up a larger, full width lazarette for all your bluewater cruising and water sports gear.

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True liveaboard luxury

As you would expect on an offshore sailboat, the Oyster 745 is luxurious and well-appointed, for weekend cruising or setting sail around the world. Below decks, the large hull volume offers versatile choices to customise the layout. The generous aft ensuite owner’s cabin is luxurious and light, with signature triple Seascape windows connecting you to spectacular views. A further three ensuite guest cabins let you make the most of the space. The forward-opening saloon windows and Seascapes flood the saloon with light, making it a delightful space in which to entertain or relax. Her saloon table can seat eight or more comfortably, or you can dine in the cockpit with up to 12 guests on the fold-out table with its integrated refrigerator. Mood lighting and air-conditioning come as standard, along with forced-air ventilation to keep the yacht dry and comfortable in any climate.

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THE LUXURY OF SPACE

This expansive 75 foot sailboat is designed for sailing and relaxing in style. The protected guest cockpit is incredibly comfortable, with 20% more space than our smaller models. Its smart layout and sprayhood make it a dry, safe and relaxing place to enjoy the views under sail. At anchor, she has all the amenities needed to spend quality time with friends and family. The clutter-free decks offer wide open spaces fore and aft for sunbathing. The extended transom option opens up more entertaining space aft and a larger, full width lazarette for all your bluewater cruising and water sports gear. The hydraulic swim deck is another perfect spot to enjoy a sundowner after a day under sail. Below, a dedicated chart table with the latest navigation equipment can also be personalised for homeworking.

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745 CENTREBOARD

SHALLOW DRAFT

The go-anywhere Oyster 745CB with retractable centreboard keel opens up a world of possibilities.

SPECIFICATION

LENGTH OVERALL INCLUDING STEMHEAD

22.74m / 74'7"

LENGTH OF HULL

21.93m / 71'11"

LENGTH OF WATERLINE

20.03m / 65'9"

5.91m / 19'5"

DRAFT - STANDARD KEEL

3.10m / 10'2"

DRAFT - CENTREBOARD UP

1.98m / 6’6"

DRAFT - CENTREBOARD DOWN

4.56m / 14’11"

DISPLACEMENT - STANDARD KEEL

53,957kg / 118,955lbs

TYPICAL ENGINE

Cummins Turbo-charged QSB6.7-250 184kW (247hp)

TANKS - FUEL

2,000 litres / 440 Imp Gallons (528 US gals)

TANKS - WATER

1,500 litres / 330 Imp Gallons (396 US gals)

SAIL AREA - INCLUDING 106% FORETRIANGLE (SLAB REEF)

279m2 / 3007ft2

SAIL AREA - INCLUDING 106% FORETRIANGLE (IMF)

269m2 / 2896ft2

AIR DRAFT APPROX, EXCLUDING ANTENNAE

32.49m / 106’ 7”

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  • Interior Layouts

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OYSTER 745 WATERLINE SAIL PLAN

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OYSTER 745 EXTENDED TRANSOM WATERLINE SAIL PLAN

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OYSTER 745 WATERLINE PLAN

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OYSTER 745 STANDARD KEEL CONFIGURATION

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OYSTER 745 DECK PLAN

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OYSTER 745 DECK PLAN WITH EXTENDED TRANSOM

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OYSTER 745 INTERIOR PLAN

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OYSTER 745 INTERIOR PLAN FULL WIDTH GALLEY

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With up to ten berths in five double cabins, all with ensuite bathrooms, the 745 offers ample space and privacy. From the generous and luxurious owners’ cabin aft to the crew quarters forward, there is room for everyone.

The forward twin bunk cabin with ensuite gives your crew room to relax and recharge, with a separate access hatch so they can operate the boat without disturbing you and your guests.

Hidden beneath the saloon sole, the fully sound insulated engine room contains an Onan MDKDV e-QD 230V AC generator to run all your amenities. Fitted with a sound shield it run silently when in use and has a remote start/stop.

Like all our new models, the 745’s hulls and deck mouldings are certified by Lloyd’s Register for build quality, strength and integrity. They also meet the stringent EU RCDII standards.

Every aspect of her design and equipment has been refined to create a beautiful and practical yacht. Featuring signature Seascape windows, it also boasts retractable hydraulic bow and stern thrusters as standard, air conditioning and a water maker.

Choose from a variety of interior layouts to suit your unique requirements. See interior plans for more options and talk to the sales team if you have alternative formats in mind.

Oyster’s craftspeople spend hundreds of hours creating the contemporary solid wood interiors with a stunning choice of unexpected woods including walnut, ash and cherry.

The fold down hydraulic transom bathing platform is perfect to pull up to in your tender or to dive in for a refreshing dip. Push-button controlled, it has teak plank decking, swim ladders and a pair of removable dinghy bumper bars.

The extended transom option opens up a full width lazarette for extra storage, ideal for all your water sports kit. It also provides extra entertaining space on the aft deck.

Step on and off your 745 in style with a retractable hydraulic passerelle, with remote control or operated from the cockpit or your smartphone. Extending 1.9m from inside the transom, it is finished in stylish teak decking with stainless-steel details.

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Join us as we go sailing on our spectacular 75-foot long range bluewater cruiser

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Handcrafted with pride

No two Oysters are the same. Each of our yachts is designed and handcrafted using time-honoured skills, insights and learnings gained over 50 years from a loyal group of visionaries including owners, staff, sales team and project managers. Working with the finest materials and an obsessive attention to detail, our craftspeople know how to translate your vision into a yacht that is an Oyster through and through, while making her unique to you.

The Connected Yacht

Leading-edge technology is seamlessly woven into the Oyster 745 making it digitally-enabled, so you are always connected anywhere in the world. Every system is chosen for its ruggedness and fitness for purpose. Oyster’s proprietary digital switching system Oyster Command™, which now comes as standard on all our models, lets you monitor and control various systems over a digital network through the touchscreens at the navigation table and helm positions, or on your tablet device from anywhere on the boat. Specified systems are tested thoroughly at sea to give you complete peace of mind – we only specify safety and navigation technology that we know is reliable and trustworthy from first-hand experience.

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Oyster Command

Oyster Command™ is a digital switching system that controls everything from on board entertainment and lighting, to all your main systems, utilities, and security. It can be controlled from any multi-functional display you have installed on your yacht or mobile device. The system is accessed through a clear, intuitive and easy to use graphic interface. It is simple to navigate and operate from the screen at the navigation table, helm positions, or on any other multi-functional display you have on board.

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Internet and WiFi

All Oyster yachts are fully connected, featuring wifi throughout, accessed through the latest satellite technology. A 4/5G cellular antenna picks up signal when you are close to onshore radio masts.

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Audio-Visual Systems

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As a British boatbuilder, our heritage spans over 50 years in shipyards that have been in operation for over 100 years. Built with a meticulous attention to detail, every aspect of our yacht build undergoes exacting scrutiny. Every Oyster is specified well-beyond normal requirements so the single skin hulls are extremely robust, giving you peace of mind in any conditions – from extreme cold to tropical heat or heavy weather. To ensure strength and integrity, Lloyd’s Register certifies our hulls and decks which they inspect on a weekly basis throughout the moulding process. The combined skills of all experts involved contributes to your Oyster’s exceptional quality and finish. So when you take ownership of your Oyster 745, you know she has been built to last a lifetime.

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Used Yachts For Sale From 61 To 70 Feet

Listed below are used yachts for sale worldwide from 61 to 70 feet. Use the search tools to narrow your exploration. SYS Yacht Sales offers a wide range of used yachts for sale, including long range cruisers, motor yachts, trawlers, sportfish yachts, flybridge yachts, sailboats and everything in between. Search top brands like Azimut, Ferretti, Hatteras, Sunseeker, Princess, Sea Ray, Viking, Grand Banks, Riviera and much more. Need assistance? Contact our experienced yacht brokers. We look forward to helping you find the yacht that's right for you.

2011 70' Azimut-70' Miami, FL, US

Azimut 70 Sea Jet

Salt shaker.

2014 70' Azimut-Motor Yacht Fort Pierce, FL, US

Azimut Motor Yacht

2020 70' Princess-F70 Staten Island, NY, US

Princess F70

2022 70' Pershing-7X Newport, RI, US

Pershing 7X

2006 70' Sunseeker-Manhattan 66 Bal Harbour, FL, US

Sunseeker Manhattan 66

1994 70' Hatteras-70 Cockpit Motor Yacht Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

Hatteras 70 Cockpit Motor Yacht

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1989 70' Custom-Holland Marine Motorsailer 70 Expedition Fairhaven, MA, US

Custom Holland Marine Motorsailer 70 Expedition

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1986 70' Hatteras-70' Cockpit Motor Yacht Marina Del Rey, CA, US

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2012 70' Viking-70 Enclosed Bridge San Diego, CA, US

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1984 70' Infinity-Express Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

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1990 70' Versilcraft-70 Motor Yacht Challenger Fort Pierce, FL, US

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1988 70' Cheoy Lee-Sportfish Oxnard, CA, US

Cheoy Lee Sportfish

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2016 70' Pershing-70 Miami, FL, US

Pershing 70

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1996 70' Johnson-Euro 70 Marina Del Rey, CA, US

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How Much Does a Yacht Cost: A Comprehensive Breakdown for Buyers

Yachts embody luxury, status, and freedom, leading many to wonder about the costs associated with such an extravagant purchase.

Buying a yacht is a significant investment that involves not only the initial price but also ongoing expenses such as maintenance, fuel, insurance, and crew costs.

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The price of a yacht varies greatly depending on factors such as size, brand, age, and features. Understanding these factors will help potential buyers make informed decisions.

Smaller yachts often start at a few hundred thousand dollars , while larger or more luxurious models may cost millions. Meanwhile, superyachts and mega yachts can carry price tags in the tens or hundreds of millions of dollars.

It is important to remember that additional ownership costs, like annual operating expenses , must be considered when calculating the true cost of yacht ownership.

Key Takeaways

  • Yacht costs vary greatly based on size, brand, age, and features
  • Additional expenses such as maintenance, insurance, and crew should be factored in
  • Assessing all costs involved helps gain a clearer picture of the true cost of yacht ownership

Types and Sizes of Yachts

When considering the cost of a yacht, it's important to understand the various types and sizes available in the market.

In this section, we will explore some of the main categories of yachts, including sailing yachts vs. motor yachts and the range of sizes from small to superyachts.

Sailing Yacht Vs. Motor Yacht

There are two main types of yachts: sailing yachts and motor yachts.

Sailing yachts rely on wind power and sails for propulsion, making them more eco-friendly and fuel-efficient. They come in a variety of sizes and styles, with smaller sailboats starting around 23 feet in length. Some popular designs include sloops, cutters, and ketches.

Meanwhile, motor yachts use engines for propulsion, offering more speed, power, and maneuverability. These yachts typically range from around 30 to 100 feet, although larger motor yachts can also be classified as superyachts. Motor yachts are often equipped with a luxurious interior, offering the utmost comfort and entertainment for guests.

Small Yachts to Superyachts

Small Yachts (10,000-$100,000):

Small yachts generally range from 23 to 40 feet in length. These yachts are more affordable and easier to maintain, making them attractive to first-time buyers. They can be both sailing yachts and small motor yachts. Examples of small yachts include sportfishing boats, family cruisers, and day sailers.

Midsize Yachts ($100,000-$1,000,000):

Midsize yachts typically range from 40 to 60 feet in length. The price of a midsize yacht can vary greatly, with used models going around $200,000 while new ones can go up to a million dollars. They offer more space, better amenities, and improved performance compared to small yachts. Midsize yachts can also be classified as sailing yachts or motor yachts.

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Large Yachts ($1,000,000 and up):

Large yachts typically range from 60 to 100 feet in length. These luxurious vessels come with a higher price tag, often costing multiple millions of dollars. Large yachts offer plenty of space for entertaining, as well as state-of-the-art technology and amenities. They come in both sailing and motor yacht varieties.

Superyachts ($10,000,000 and up):

Superyachts are the pinnacle of luxury and sophistication, typically measuring over 100 feet in length. They feature extravagant amenities, such as helipads, swimming pools, and even movie theaters. The price of a superyacht can be astronomical, at times exceeding $10 million or more.

Cost Factors for New and Used Yachts

When determining the cost of a yacht, whether new or used, several factors come into play. These include the age and condition , size and style, brand and model, and location and availability of the yacht.

Each of these factors plays a significant role in the overall cost, so understanding them can help buyers make an informed decision.

Age and Condition

The age of a yacht naturally impacts its price. A brand-new yacht typically commands a higher price than a used one. However, the condition of a used yacht can also greatly influence its value. A well-maintained, used yacht in excellent condition may be more expensive than a newer model with issues or wear and tear.

Size and Style

The size and style of the yacht also play a crucial role in determining the cost.

Generally, larger yachts come with a higher price tag. For example, the average price of a yacht in the United States for vessels 46 to 55 feet was $467,899, while the average price for yachts in the 56 to 79 foot category was $1.18 million.

The style of the yacht, such as a sailboat, power catamaran, or luxury yacht, can have a significant effect on the price as well.

Brand and Model

The yacht's brand and model also contribute to its price. Some yacht brands are known for their luxury, craftsmanship, and performance, which can lead to a higher cost.

On the other hand, more affordable brands may offer similar amenities and functionality at a more budget-friendly price.

It's essential to research different yacht brands and models to find the one that best suits your preferences and budget.

Location and Availability

The location of the yacht, along with its availability in the market, can influence the overall cost.

In some regions, yacht prices may be higher due to factors such as demand, local taxes, or shipping costs. Additionally, if a specific model is in high demand or limited supply, its price may be elevated due to scarcity.

Initial Purchase Price

Buying New Vs. Pre-Owned

When considering the initial purchase price of a yacht, one of the first decisions a buyer faces is whether to buy a new or pre-owned yacht.

New yachts typically come with the latest technology, design, and customization options, but they also come at a higher price.

On the other hand, pre-owned yachts can be significantly more budget-friendly, but may require more maintenance and lack the latest features.

The average price of a yacht in the United States for vessels 46 to 55 feet was $467,899, while the average price for yachts in the 56 to 79-foot category was $1.18 million. These prices can vary depending on whether the yacht is new or used.

The Buying Process

The process of buying a yacht typically involves researching the market, selecting the right size and type of yacht, identifying suitable yachts, negotiating the price, and completing the purchase.

Working with a professional yacht broker can be beneficial in streamlining this process for the buyer as they can provide expert guidance in selecting the right yacht to fit the buyer's needs and budget.

Costs to Consider

In addition to the initial purchase price, there are various other costs that should be taken into account when buying a yacht. These include:

  • Insurance : Buyers should consider the cost of insuring the yacht. Insurance fees, among other factors, are influenced by the size and value of the yacht.
  • Marina fees : Docking the yacht at a marina will incur fees, which can range from a few thousand dollars for smaller yachts to tens of thousands for larger ones.
  • Maintenance : Maintenance costs can make up around 10% of the initial purchase price. For used yachts, be prepared to spend on essential repairs and upgrades as needed.
  • Fuel : The cost of fuel is influenced by the yacht's size, engine type, and cruising frequency.

Operational and Maintenance Costs

Crew Expenses

One of the significant expenses associated with owning a yacht is paying the crew salaries .

The number of crew members and their respective positions will vary depending on the size and complexity of the yacht. For example, a 180-foot superyacht may have an annual crew expense of around $1.4 million.

It is essential to account for additional crew-related costs such as insurance, training, and uniforms.

Fuel and Propulsion

Another considerable aspect of yacht ownership is fuel costs. The amount of fuel consumption will largely depend on the yacht's size, propulsion system, and usage patterns.

For instance, a larger yacht may incur around $400,000 for fuel annually.

It is also worth considering the potential expenses for any necessary upgrades or maintenance of the propulsion systems to ensure optimal performance and efficiency.

Repairs and Upkeep

Maintaining the yacht's appearance and condition requires regular maintenance and repairs . These expenses can quickly add up. Annual maintenance costs for a superyacht could reach up to $1 million.

This includes expenses for cleaning, teak oils, wax, and polish to keep the yacht looking immaculate. It is often recommended to allocate around 10% of the yacht's value to cover annual maintenance costs.

Dockage and Storage

Mooring fees, marina fees, and storage are additional factors to consider when estimating the operational costs of a yacht. Dockage costs typically depend on the yacht’s size and the chosen location.

On average, a superyacht may have an annual dockage expense of around $350,000 .

Additional Ownership Costs

Yacht insurance is a significant cost that should be factored into your decision to buy a yacht. The cost of insurance can vary based on the size, type, and value of the yacht.

For example, a 180-foot superyacht may have insurance costs upwards of $240,000 per year .

Obtaining quotes from various providers is essential. Remember that rates can fluctuate based on factors such as the yacht's condition and the owner's boating experience.

Taxes and Registration

Owning a yacht also comes with local and federal taxes and registration fees. Tax rates can vary depending on the state or country where the boat is registered.

In the United States, some states have a sales tax for yacht purchase, while others have an annual personal property tax. Make sure to research the applicable taxes and registration fees in your area to include them in the overall cost of ownership.

Depreciation

Another factor to consider when purchasing a yacht is depreciation. Over time, the value of most yachts will decrease, much like automobiles.

The rate of depreciation may differ based on the yacht's make, model, and age. To account for this potential decrease in value, make sure to have a proper maintenance plan in place and be prepared for the potential resale-value drop.

Extra Amenities and Upgrades

Finally, extra amenities and upgrades can significantly impact the cost of owning a yacht. Additional features such as upgraded electronics, specialized navigation systems, enhanced entertainment systems, or custom interior finishes can add considerably to the base cost of ownership.

Also, consider ongoing costs associated with these amenities, such as maintenance, repairs, and replacements. Budgeting for these additional expenses is critical to ensure your enjoyment of the yacht without financial strain.

Real Cost of Yacht Ownership

Owning a yacht is a luxury many people dream of, but it comes with significant costs. This section will discuss the real cost of yacht ownership , looking at the rule of thumb for annual costs and investment considerations.

Rule of Thumb for Annual Costs

When estimating the cost of owning a yacht, a general rule of thumb is that annual costs will be around 10% of the initial purchase price. This includes expenses such as maintenance, fuel, insurance, and crew salaries.

For example, a 180-foot superyacht could have an annual budget of $1 million for maintenance, $400,000 for fuel, $240,000 for insurance, and $1.4 million for the crew.

Another example is a 50-foot yacht , which may have ongoing costs between $35,000 and $85,000 per year.

  • Maintenance and Repairs: The cost of maintaining a yacht can range from $1,000 to over $1 million per year, depending on the size and complexity of the vessel.
  • Dockage: Yacht owners should budget around $350,000 annually for marina fees.
  • Fuel: Depending on the size and type of yacht, fuel expenses can be substantial, averaging around $400,000 per year for a large vessel.
  • Insurance: Insurance premiums for yachts can range from a few thousand dollars to upwards of $240,000 per year.
  • Crew Salaries: Crew salaries can account for the largest portion of yacht ownership costs. A large yacht may require a crew with an annual budget of $1.4 million.

Investment Considerations

When thinking of purchasing a yacht as an investment, potential owners should consider several factors.

Yachts depreciate in value over time, making them a less attractive investment compared to traditional assets such as stocks and real estate.

Additionally, the high cost of ownership may make yacht investment less viable for some individuals.

Keep in mind that while some owners charter their yachts to offset costs, this strategy may not fully cover annual expenses. Moreover, chartering exposes the yacht to additional wear and tear, which can result in higher maintenance costs.

Life on Board

Amenities and Comfort

Life on a yacht offers a unique blend of luxury and comfort. Yachts often come equipped with a variety of amenities to make living on board as enjoyable as possible.

One common feature is the cabin , which provides comfortable sleeping quarters and private spaces for relaxation. Some yacht cabins even have their own ensuite bathrooms for added convenience.

A well-designed galley is essential on a yacht, providing the space and facilities needed to prepare meals and store provisions.

Modern yacht galleys often come equipped with high-quality appliances and ample storage space to ensure a pleasant dining experience.

On larger yachts, additional amenities may include swimming pools , outdoor lounges, and spacious deck areas for sunbathing and relaxation. Some superyachts also feature helipads , allowing for easy access to transport and travel to and from the yacht.

Entertaining and Lifestyle

A yacht is not just a floating home, but also a platform for entertaining and socializing. The deck space on a yacht offers a fantastic setting for outdoor gatherings, while a well-appointed cabin cruiser can serve as an ideal venue for more intimate events.

Entertaining on a yacht often involves a range of activities, from casual get-togethers to formal dinners with friends, family, or business associates.

A key factor in this lifestyle is the yacht's finish – the quality of the materials, furnishings, and décor that contribute to an atmosphere of luxury and sophistication.

With such an array of amenities and entertainment options, life on a yacht combines the best aspects of comfort, luxury, and a captivating lifestyle.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for a small yacht?

Small yachts can cost anywhere from $100,000 to several hundred thousand dollars, depending on factors such as size, brand, age, and amenities.

On average, a new, small yacht may cost around $200,000, but prices can vary significantly based on the specific yacht .

What are typical rental costs for yachts of various sizes?

Rental costs for yachts can vary greatly depending on factors like size, type, and location.

Typically, smaller yachts can be rented for a few thousand dollars per day, while larger, luxury yachts may command tens of thousands of dollars per day.

Some yachts may also require a minimum rental period and may charge additional fees for things like fuel and crew.

What is the purchasing price for a luxury yacht?

Luxury yachts generally fall within the multi-million-dollar price range, with some costing tens of millions or even hundreds of millions of dollars.

The exact price of a luxury yacht depends on several factors, such as the yacht's features, size, customizations, and brand.

What is the cost associated with owning a 50-foot yacht?

The cost of owning a 50-foot yacht includes the purchase price, maintenance, insurance, docking fees, and fuel costs.

While the purchase price can vary greatly, annual costs can be estimated at approximately 10% of the yacht's value, which may include maintenance, repairs, insurance, docking fees, and other related expenses.

What are the expenses involved in buying a 100-foot yacht?

In addition to the purchase price, which can range from a few million to tens of millions of dollars, owning a 100-foot yacht incurs several ongoing costs.

These expenses include insurance, crew salaries, maintenance, docking fees, fuel, and provisions. It is important to budget for these costs, as they can add up to a significant amount each year.

What can one expect to pay for a 70-foot yacht?

The purchase price of a 70-foot yacht can range from several million dollars to well over $10 million, depending on factors such as age, brand, and features.

In addition to the initial purchase price, there will be ongoing costs such as insurance, maintenance, crew salaries, docking fees, and fuel, which need to be considered when budgeting for yacht ownership.

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Principal Characteristics & Technical Specifications

23.06 M 75'8"
5.38 M 17'8"
1.87 M 6'2"
46,900 KG 103,396 LB
800 L 176 IMP. GAL. / 211 US GAL.
200 L 44 IMP. GAL. / 53 US GAL.
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The next generation of Sport Yacht has arrived. Striking exterior features, modular furniture configurations and a contemporary interior finish deliver an exciting yacht reaching speeds of up to 40 knots with twin MAN V12-1550 or 1900 engines. 

A design concept that balances beautiful architecture with functionality is central to Sunseeker's 75 Sport Yacht. The symmetry of the stern is a feature in itself. Dual steps lead from the bathing platform to the aft cockpit, with a tender garage capable of housing a Williams 395.

The yacht profile turns heads with stainless steel air intake cowlings and exterior handrails, contributing to the high-quality finish.The aft cockpit benefits from a classic seating arrangement whilst the aft sunpad is an ideal sunbathing space, with a large storage compartment concealed underneath.  A traditional second helm is accessible on the spacious flybridge via a stairway. Adjacent companion seating on the starboard side, adjoined by a chaise-longue sunpad, offers an uncompromised view of the water. Meanwhile, up front there is a spacious foredeck with seating and a table for six. 

The design extends throughout the interior. Exquisite woods, contrasting fabrics and rich lacquers, paired with indirect and dimmable lighting, create a sophisticated and striking ambience. Bold features include carbon fibre trims, sharp accent designs, reflective surfaces and stainless-steel cabinet detailing. A double-piece windscreen improves visibility and invites light into the main deck. The main deck seating centres around a fold-out table on the starboard side and a large television unit to port, all flooded by natural light thanks to the full height glazing. The comprehensively equipped helm station is forward of the U-shaped sofa, maintaining a typical Sunseeker layout.

The lower deck arrangement offers spacious accommodation for up to eight guests and two crew. A full-beam master cabin with dressing table fitted with storage, a chaise longue and plenty of additional wardrobe space. All three guest suites come with an en suite, and access to a shared day head is available from the lower hallway. The fully-fitted lower galley and dining space offer a social zone for intimate entertaining. Given the breadth of entertainment spaces on offer, spacious cabins and powerful sea-keeping, the 75 Sport Yacht promises to deliver an exceptional owner experience.

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INTRODUCTION

The 70-80 foot market continues to be a strong market with several recent sales. Here’s a breakdown of a few of the top yachts to consider between 70 and 80 feet in length that are attracting buyers to the table.

Ocean Alexander 78 Yacht

The 2012 Ocean Alexander 78 ALEXANDRA represents one of the finest motor yachts in her class with less than 400 original hours, Zero Speed Trac stabilizers finished off with a stunning Destry Darr Interior. Powered by twin Caterpillar C18 ACERT engines (Approx. 397 hrs), she carries a three-stateroom layout plus crew quarters, making for an ideal cruising yacht, whether for an owner operator or crewed yacht. The previous owners transitioned from a a 62’ Ocean Alexander, falling in love with the spacious layout in the bigger 78′ model that could accommodate cruising requirements in Southern waters like Florida and on Lake Michigan in Chicago. This motoryacht offers more substance and more room, guaranteeing guest comfort in all cruising locations. _________________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Review Ocean Alexander Reviews & Articles

2008 75′ Azimut Yacht

The 74-78 range is a strong market with continued demand and the Azimut 75 is a boat worth considering whether you’re moving up into a larger yacht or just getting started in the boating world. Although a different breed than the Ocean Alexander showing modern lines and euro interior she’s a sporty yacht that’s perfect for cruising up the coast or a trip to the Bahamas. This particular Azimut 75 is a great example of a well maintained boat cared for by professionals. A crew of two have been aboard full time since first delivery and it shows. Dark stained wood and cream leather highlight the modern and spacious interior. She’s an example of a yacht that is just as stylish in Monaco as it is in Miami. The best priced Azimut 75 on the market priced for a quick sale. ________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Review Azimut Yachts Reviews & Articles

2005 80’ Mangusta Express Yacht

This 2005 Mangusta 80 is a real screamer, cruising at 37 knots she tops out at 44 knots. Imagine running from Miami to Bimmini or Cannes to Monaco for lunch with plenty of space for entertaining. This Mangusta’s beautifully crafted interior features highgloss teak woodwork and teak and holly soles. She has been very well maintained and represents one of the best values on the used yacht market. _________________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Mangusta Reviews & Articles

2007 Horizon 76

With a gorgeous hard-top flybridge from which to engage cruise speeds reaching 25 knots, buyers will fall in love with custom semi-gloss cherry saloon interiors and built-in cream leather curved sofas (plus a loveseat). Featuring a 18’6″ beam and 5’8″ draft, she is the perfect cruising vessel, comfortably accommodating guests with a generous layout that includes 3 staterooms, 2 heads and 2 crew berths. The aft deck showcases built-in bench seating aft w/cushions, teak table and 3 rattan chairs. ________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Review Horizon Yachts Reviews & Articles

2006 80 Hatteras Enclosed Bridge Motor Yacht

Boarding this Hatteras 80 one is immediately aware that she is the American heavy weight of this class. Her light Anigre woodwork really brightens the salon and formal dinning area. Head up the stairs to the fully enclosed bridge and one will find a full office. The full beam master features his and her heads and plenty of cedar lined storage. The Hatteras 80 is offered in both an open flybridge as well as a fully enclosed sky lounge if you’re heading north. If she is too large checkout the 72 Hatteras Motor Yacht featured below. _________________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Hatteras Reviews & Articles

2007 78 Hargrave Motor Yacht

The 2008 Horizon 77 represents one of the most well equipped yachts in this class. Her maindeck areas feature high gloss cherry and below-decks have maple wood work. She features both bow and stern thrusters, Caterpillar C32’s (400 hours), two 27kw generators and top of the line electronics. This Horizon Yacht’s hideway lower helm station and breakfast nook gives the owner the best of both worlds. The Taiwanese built Horizon Yachts offers a name brand yacht with great resale value. The balance between a well designed interior with an open flybridge is noticed in this Horizon 77 listed for sale now lying in Fort Lauderdale, FL. ________________________________________________________________________ Review Hargrave Yachts Reviews & Articles

2006 84’ Choey Lee Motor Yacht

This 84′ raised pilothouse features a number of key selling features including rich mahogany paneling in the salon and a circular staircase that winds up to the flybridge and down to the staterooms. Buyers will note Wolf stainless steel oven units in the galley, while the master stateroom holds a King’s berth with storage drawers and walk-in closets. This motoryacht is generously powered by twin Caterpillar C-30 (1,550 HP each) diesel engines,fresh water cooled with an electronic injection/governor. The yacht is currently located in Peurto Rico and priced to sell.

________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Cheoy Lee Reviews & Articles

2010 Hatteras 72′ Motor Yacht

This 72’ Hatteras is the only Hatteras 72 on the market with an enclosed bridge. This 400k option allows the flybridge to become part of the living space. Her African Mahogany and gorgeous stone counter tops are really set off by her stainless appliances. Down below one will find four luxurious staterooms with additional crew quarters aft. If this Hatteras 72 is too small, check out the Hatteras 80 Motor Yacht featured further up the page. _________________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Hatteras Reviews & Articles

2004 Sunseeker 75 Manhattan Yacht

The 75 Sunseeker Manhattan continues to be one of the best selling yachts on the market today. They all feature four generous staterroms as well as pleasant woodwork and leather interiors. They are known to be great running sea boats and their MAN engines are very reliable. There are currently two of these Sunseeker 75s available today in the US market. _________________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Sunseeker Reviews & Articles

2008 Vicem 72 Classic Yacht

Built in Turkey of cold molded mahogany, this Vicem Yacht represents the gentleman’s cruiser on this list. Her downeast syling will turn heads in Nantucket as well as the Dalmation Coast. Once aboard it seems as if her entire interior is covered by rich mahogany. Her three staterooms are whisper quiet underway, a result of her cold molded construction. This Vicem 72 is powered by 1550 MANs and will reach a cruise speed of 26 knots. _________________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Vicem Reviews & Articles

2011 Marlow 78 Motor Yacht

This nearly new yacht is the long range cruiser of the bunch. An enclosed pilothouse and 3500 gallons of fuel makes this Marlow Explorer the expedition leader. Grab handles on the ceiling will allow her adventurous owner to move freely no matter the sea state. Berth space for ten guests in four staterooms insures no one will be left behind. _________________________________________________________________________________ Marlow Reviews & Articles

Lazzara 75 LSX Sport Yacht

One of five 75 Lazzaras currently on the market, this 2007 model is the nicest available. New paint in 2010 and fresh varnish on her aft cap rails really set her apart from her competition. The galley down arrangement is very unique in that it gets natural light from the windshield. Her quad Volvo IPS 600s power this Lazzara 75 to 27 knot cruise speed. Tip: We recently listed a 116′ Lazzara for sale that will appeal to buyers who wish to move up to higher length ranges in the future. In 2014, the owners spent over $250,000 to keep her in ‘mint’ condition. _________________________________________________________________________________ More research: Review Similar Yachts | Lazarra Reviews & Articles

FURTHER INSIGHT…

While the 70-80 foot motoryacht range is a natural sweet spot for international buyers also consider these two standout yachts in the 60-70 range and 80-90 foot range respectively. We consider them uniquely suited to the market, displaying a level of design and performance maturity that will appeal to luxury-minded American families.

BELOW 70 FEET: DYNA 60

The Dyna 60 makes its international debut at the 2014 Fort Lauderdale Boat show, issuing a strong challenge to rivals in the Sunseeker and Azimut class range. Dyna 60

ABOVE 80 FEET: HORIZON E88

The Horizon E88 remains one of our standout choices in the 80-90 ft. range, featuring a number of sophisticated design, performance and layout features that continue to grow its international reputation. E88

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Mikelson 75

Luxury sportfisher.

The Mikelson 75 Sportfisher is a true game-changer in the world of luxury yachting. With a price point significantly lower than competitors in its class, this vessel offers a level of value that is truly unmatched. The C-32 CAT powered vessel boasts an impressive list of features, including an enormous split-level salon with 360-degree windows, providing breathtaking views at all times.

With the option of either 3 or 4 staterooms, the full-beam mid-ship master stateroom offers unmatched comfort and luxury. And, with the addition of aft crew quarters, the Mikelson 75 truly has everything you need to live life to the fullest. The stand-up engine room and the optional fully enclosed wheelhouse make this vessel a true marvel of engineering, while the large split-level cockpit with molded in-transom bait tanks and optional cockpit day head with shower ensure that you have everything you need for a memorable day on the water.

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Technical Specifications

Weight105,000 lbs
Beam19′ 07″
Draft5′ 11″
LengthLOA: 77′ 00″ (includes swimstep & bow pulpit)
LOD: 74′ 09″
FuelFuel: 2,600+ gal
WaterWater: 350 gal
EnginesTwin Caterpillar 1825HP C32 ACERT electronic, Turbo Diesel Engines. (Optional packages available)
  • Unidirectional high strength fiberglass material
  • Dininycell & CoreCell closed cell core material
  • Longitudinal over-sized fiberglass stringers
  • Transverse marine-ply bulkheads
  • Cast marine bronze thruhulls
  • Cast marine bronze cutlass bearing
  • Stainless steel struts
  • Stainless steel rudders
  • Protective bonding system
  • Exterior polished gelcoat finish, std color off-white
  • Linear polyurethane painted accent/boot stripes
  • Linear polyurethane painted salon window stripe
  • Nonskid molded fiberglass foredeck and sidedecks
  • Salon frameless windows
  • Stainless steel opening portholes in hull
  • Stainless steel deck hardware and railing
  • Non-integral fiberglass molded tanks w/Epiglass epoxy
  • Hull bottom epoxy barrier paint
  • Hull bottom antifouling paint
  • 120/240VAC and 24VDC electrical panels w/volt & amp meters
  • Individual protective circuit breakers
  • 12VDC house battery bank with 80 amp 12VDC automatic converter/charger
  • (4-200amp 12VDC batteries in fiberglass boxes)
  • 24VDC engine starting bank
  • Engine driven 24V 60A alternators
  • Insulated, color coded and numbered wiring
  • PVC rectangular electrical wiring conduit
  • Flybidge electric sub-panels for electronics
  • LED 12V polished brass or chrome overhead light fixtures
  • Electrochrome 12VDC marine blowers
  • Guest battery select vapor-proof switches
  • (5) Rule bilge pumps w/highwater alarm
  • (2) Marinco 220V/50amp electrical inlets (1 port/1 starboard cockpit)
  • (1) Marinco 50′ 240V 50amp shore power cord
  • Marinco telephone/TV cable inlet
  • Navigation Lights
  • Twin Caterpillar 1825HP C32 ACERT electronic, Turbo Diesel Engines (optional MTU, MAN or Detroit Diesels engine packages available)
  • Fresh water heat exchangers
  • Clamshell underwater exhaust w/idle bypass
  • Fiberglass exhaust silencing muffler system for bypass
  • ZF or Twin Disc transmissions
  • Anti-vibration engine mounting system
  • Aquamet 22 H.S. Alloy Stainless stell shafts, 3.5″ (approx.)
  • Nibral propellers (4 bladed)
  • Twin Onan or No. Lites 21.5kw generators in soundshields
  • Halon fire protection w/automatic engine/shut downsystem
  • Racor dual 1000 fuel filter/separators
  • Groco marine bronze raw water intake strainers
  • CAT electronic engine gauge panel
  • Tachometers, Oil pressure, Water temperature, Volt meter, Hour meters and Transmission oil pressure.
  • Audio engine temperature/oil pressure alarm system
  • CAT flybridge ignition switches
  • CAT momentary STOP electrical switches
  • Bennet hydraulic flybridge controlled trim tabs
  • Glendinning electronic throttles and shifts
  • Hynautic hydraulic steering system
  • Fuel manifold w/transfer system
  • Engine room blowers
  • 2600 gallon fuel tank capacity (approximate)
  • 350 gallon water tank capacity (approximate)
  • Hart Tank Tender fuel and water tank gauge
  • Kohler bathroom fixtures
  • Jabsco Quietflush large bowl head systems w/70 gal holding
  • Tank and Y-valves for discharge
  • (1) Flojet fresh water pumps w/cartridge filter
  • Groco fresh water expansion tank
  • 2 each 20 gallon hot water heaters
  • Head shower catch sumps w/auto pumpout
  • Jabsco waste discharge pump
  • Deck fitting for waste pumpout
  • Copper plumbing runs throughout
  • Per arrangement selection by buyer
  • Teak or cherry paneled bulkheads
  • Varnished teak and holly sole in galley & heads
  • Granite or Surell Countertops w/searails
  • GE 4-burner electric stove/oven
  • Electric 12V exhaust fan in stove vicinity
  • GE 120V full size refrigerator/freezer
  • GE microwave
  • Trash compactor
  • Double sink w/pull-out faucet
  • Ample drawers and storage cabinets
  • Below countertop storage in counter corners
  • Teak or cherry pantry locker w/shelving
  • Duplex 120V electrical outlets
  • Combination 120V clothing washer/dryer unit
  • Decor selection throughout for carpeting, countertops, headliner, etc… are covered by “special decor allowace.”
  • Hand-rubbed effect and varnished teak or cherry bulkheads
  • Deluxe vinyl headliner
  • Queen/King sized berth w/underneath drawer storage
  • Fitted Mattresses
  • Overhead 12V light fixtures
  • Indirect back-lighting
  • Full length decorative mirror
  • Nightstand w/drawers
  • Abundant drawers for clothing storage
  • Auto-lighted hanging locker
  • Stereo speakers
  • Built-in 32” Blu-Ray Flat Screen
  • Telephone outlet
  • CruiseAir air-conditioning w/reverse cycle heat
  • Teak or Cherry entrance door w/Baldwin laches
  • (4) opening portholes
  • Decor selection throughout for carpeting, countertops, headliner, etc… are covered by “special decor allowance.”
  • Berth configuration per arrangement
  • Hand-rubbed effect varnished teak or cherry bulkheads
  • Fitted mattress
  • Built-in 20” TV Flat Screen
  • Teak or Cherry entrance door w/Baldwin latches
  • (2) opening portholes
  • Decor selection through-out for carpeting, countertops
  • Headliners, valances, drapes, etc..are covered by “special decor allowance”.
  • Hard anodized entrance door w/security lock
  • Hand-rubbed and varnished American Cherry paneled bulkheads
  • Creme color or light grey deluxe vinyl headliner
  • Teak or cherry varnished decorative overhead handrails
  • Ship’s alarm status panel w/highwater & fire alarm
  • Wet bar with ULine refrigerator/icemaker
  • Built-in teak bottle storage rack
  • Barrel or bar chairs per selection (2)
  • L-lounge settee w/pullout double bed
  • Coffee table
  • Indirect back-lighting at valances and sole
  • 12V and 120 V overhead light fixtures
  • Entertainment center with AM/FM stereo receiver, CD player, 32” color LED TV and Blu-Ray w/boosted omnidirectional antenna
  • CruiserAir air-conditioning w/reverse cycle heat
  • Tinted safety glass windows that open w/screens
  • Polished gelcoat finished bulkheads
  • Molded fiberglass sinks w/Kohler faucets
  • Varnished teak and holly sole
  • Enclosed showers w/12V exhaust fans or deck hatch
  • Jabsco Quietflush large bowl electric head system
  • Medicine cabinet w/mirror
  • Linen storage w/towel bar
  • Decorative toilet paper holder
  • Overhead 12V lights
  • Duplex 120V electrical outlet
  • Teak or Cherry outer/Formica inner entrance door w/Baldwin latches
  • Nonskid molded fiberglass or teak strip deck
  • Scuppered cockpit and hatches
  • Lanai deck day head w/Par electric toilet (optional)
  • Lanai deck seating across aft section
  • S/S seat back with 10 rocket launchers
  • Dual molded fiberglass bait-tank system
  • Storage lockers port and starboard
  • Access hatch to lazarette storage area
  • Engine room access hatch
  • Hot/cold fresh water recessed hand held shower
  • Stainless steel ladder to flybridge w/teak steps
  • Fishing tackle center
  • 8 scoop (4 ea.) double bait tank in transom
  • (6) flush mounted stainless rod holders
  • (2) cockpit flush fish & storage boxes
  • Duplex 120V exterior covered outlet
  • Fiberglass gelcoat or teak strip transom cap
  • Molded fiberglass transom door w/stainless steel hinges
  • Molded fiberglass swimstep w/swim ladder
  • One set of exterior stereo speakers (from salon)
  • Perko 12V courtesy lights throughout
  • Fresh water washdown
  • 2 each / Crew staterooms at aft of engine room
  • Molded fiberglass bridge w/gelcoat finish
  • Fiberglass molded reinforced hardtop
  • Settee and table to seat 6 people
  • Wrap around console for electronics installation
  • Storage under control console and settee
  • Stainless steel handrails
  • Tinted framed acrylic windshield venturi
  • Side by side Murray Bros. or equivalent cushioned helm chair
  • CAT electronic engine instrumentation w/lights and hour meters
  • Glendinning electronic throttles and shifts (2 stations – Fwd/Aft)
  • Hynautic hydraulic steering
  • Stainless steel steering wheel
  • Full aft tournament control station w/chair
  • Ritchie or Danforth 5” lighted compass
  • Molded fiberglass radar arch w/wireways
  • Bridge seating with vinyl covered cushions
  • Norcold DE351 AC/DC refrigerator
  • Quartz halogen 120V flood lights-LED
  • 12V stereo w/exterior speakers (separate unit)
  • Indoor/outdoor carpeting on deck
  • Marlin tower available (optional)
  • Enclosed flybridge available (optional)
  • Grover dual trumpet flybridge horns
  • Par 12V halogen foredeck flood light
  • Aqua Signal navigation lights and anchor light
  • Fiberglass deck hatch over anchor system
  • Anchor chock w/chain roller and anchor pin
  • Stainless steel #316 deck hardware
  • Bow, stern and midship cleats w/chocks
  • Stainless steel stanchions and railing
  • (3) Lewmar opening tinted aluminum deck hatches
  • Horizontal 3000 lb. capacity anchor windlass
  • Anchor fresh water washdown with drainage
  • Stainless steel deck fils for fuel
  • Fiberglass bow pulpit w/anchor chain rollers
  • Claw 110 lb. anchor and shackle
  • 250’ x 3/8” Hi-test anchor chain
  • 8” chrome fog bell
  • Life ring with S/S bracket
  • Life jackets (8)
  • Fire extinguishers as required by USCG
  • First aid kit
  • Olin flare kit as required by USCG
  • (6) Mooring lines (3/4” x 30” colored)
  • Taylor fenders (4-24”)
  • Stainless steel emergency tiller

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Mikelson specialists.

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Livable Yacht

Luxury living, seamless spaces.

Live in comfort and luxury in total autonomy, and enjoy life between the sea, the sky, and the city. Dock in a metropolitan marina or anchor in a tranquil bay. There’s just something about living on the water, coming home to the light shimmering on the surface after a long day in the city. It’s an experience you’ll never forget.

Total living space : 4,350 sqft Indoor living space : 2,700 sqft Bedrooms : 4 Bathrooms : 4.5

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The 456 sqft retractable terrace adds plenty of outdoor space and is surrounded by shock resistant glass railings.

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The sun deck located at the stern can be immersed, turning into a sea pool.

Avant-Garde Engineering

Technical features.

ARKUP livable yachts combine the best attributes of yachts, floating houses, and waterfront villas, with the added benefits of being self-sufficient, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. The ARKUP livable yacht was conceived to be “future-proof”, from its ability to withstand or avoid extreme weather events to its self-contained systems that allow fully off-the-grid living.

Length : 75 ft Beam : 32 ft Air draft: 34 ft Draft : 5 ft

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Off-the-grid Living

The 2,300 sqft roof collects the rainwater and is covered with 36 kW solar electric panels which generate sufficient green energy to live off-the-grid. Live ecologically while being self-sufficient with water and electricity. Enjoy living off the grid and feel the satisfaction of minimizing your carbon footprint.

Solar power : 36kW Battery capacity : 182kWh Water purification Water tanks : 2x 4,000 GAL

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The 2,300 sqft roof is covered with 36 kW solar electric panels which generate sufficient green energy to live off-the-grid.

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Rainwater is collected from the roof, then stored in the hull and purified to ensure fresh water full-autonomy.

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Silent Cruising

Electric propulsion.

You are free to move your home as you want. Two noise-free electric thrusters of 136 hp each rotate 180° for the best maneuverability to propel the yacht up to 5 knots.  Thanks to the solar power and water harvesting, you can cruise silently in waterways, bays, or lakes to find the perfect spot you want to stay in for your weekend or vacation. 

Propulsion : Electric Thrusters : 2x 100 kW Cruising speed : 3 kts Max speed : 5 kts

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Two noise-free electric thrusters of 136 hp each rotate 180° for the best maneuverability to propel the yacht up to 5 knots.

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The helm station allows to easily navigate and manage the jack-up operating system, ballasts, battery, and tanks capacities.

Comfort & Safety

Self-lifting system.

The four 40ft long hydraulic legs allow to anchor in up to 20ft water depths and lift the livable yacht above the sea-level, avoiding any seasickness. No matter the weather conditions and high winds, surge and floods are no longer an issue thanks to this self-lifting system making you feel 100% safe and protected

Hull material : steel Hull config. : 25 compartments Spuds : 4x 40 ft  Lifting capacity : 360 Tons

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The four 40ft long hydraulic legs allow to anchor in up to 20ft water depths and lift the livable yacht above the sea level.

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The hull accommodates separate technical rooms for hydraulic, electrical, and water-related equipment, and storage room.

Main Specifications

  • Overall length (excl. boat lift) 75 ft (23m)
  • Overall beam (excl. sliding deck) 32 ft (10m)
  • 5 ft draft (1.4m)
  • 34 ft air draft (11 m)
  • 268 Tons displacement (full load)
  • 4x 40 ft-long steel spuds (customizable on demand)
  • Semi-automated self-elevating operating system
  • 2,400 sq ft solar panels (223 m²)
  • 4,350 sq ft total space (404 m²)
  • 2,700 sq ft total indoor space (251 m²)
  • 1,650 sq ft total outdoor space (153 m²)
  • 2 decks | 5 terraces
  • 4 en-suite bedrooms (8 people)
  • Waterstudio.NL | Dutch architectural design
  • US Coast Guards safety and construction standards
  • ABYC recreational vessel standards design
  • 270 deg. panoramic views
  • Bureau Veritas certified hull
  • High-grade insulation
  • AC healthy and soothing indoor climate
  • Energy Recovery Ventilation
  • 6 independent reverse AC zones
  • Floor to ceiling impact resistant bay windows
  • Smart house automation
  • Off-grid with green energy generation
  • LED lighting system indoor & outdoor
  • Hurricane cat. 4 winds resistant design (155 mph)
  • Deck and terraces with Esthec finishing
  • 2x 100kW azimuth electric thrusters (272 hp)
  • Cruising Speed 2-3 knots
  • Max speed 5 knots
  • Daily Range 4 to 10h / 8 up to 20 nautical miles (37 km)
  • Navigation and anchor lights
  • NAVIO control and display system
  • Depth finder
  • VHF marine radio and horn
  • 8mm steel modular pontoons
  • 4 ballasts (4,5 m³ each)
  • 3 technical rooms 355 sq ft (33 m³)
  • 7 storage rooms 590 sq ft (55 m³)
  • 4,000 GAL freshwater tank (15 m³)
  • 4,000 GAL black/gray water tank (15 m³)
  • Rainwater purification system
  • Desalination unit (optional)
  • Water heater
  • Marine Sewage Device (optional)
  • Lithium-Ion battery up to 1,000 kWh
  • DNV-GL approved Orca Energy Storage System
  • Electric and hydraulic power units
  • Central vacuum cleaning unit
  • Underwater lighting (optional)
  • 50 sq ft retractable access platform (4,6 m²)
  • Double front door with a spacious foyer
  • 775 sq ft living room (72 m²)
  • Open concept Miele fully equipped kitchen
  • Office or crew cabin with 2 berths
  • Sliding wall integrating living area & office
  • 9.5 ft ceiling height (2,9 m)
  • 1 powder room
  • Laundry with washing machine and dryer
  • Trashroom with trash compactor
  • 720 sq ft fixed terrace with outdoor kitchen (67 m²)
  • Helm station (cover included)
  • 455 sq ft sliding deck (42 m²)
  • 125 sq ft sun deck with lifting platform (12 m²)
  • All-around glass railing
  • Boat lift (30 feet | 5 Tons max)
  • Storage space
  • Hidden hull accesses
  • Compressed air supply in storage/trash room
  • Freshwater fill cap
  • Shore power plugin
  • Waste pump-out deck outlet
  • Boat cleats
  • Direct access with stairs from the foyer
  • 8.5 ft ceiling height (2,6 m)
  • 1 en-suite master bedroom with walk-in closet,
  • balcony, and free-standing bath
  • 1 en-suite VIP guest bedroom with balcony
  • 1 en-suite guest bedroom
  • Master and VIP rooms equipped with king-size beds
  • Automatic electric shades hidden in recessed pockets
  • 2,400 sq ft solar panels | 36 kW
  • Communications system
  • Rainwater harvesting system
  • Lightning protection system
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Smoke detectors
  • Water leak detectors
  • Video-surveillance system
  • Real-time systems monitoring
  • Bilge pumps
  • Fenders (x4)
  • 60 kW backup generator (optional)
  • Backup/emergency inverter
  • Emergency anchor
  • Safety pool net Stern

WHAT IS THE TYPICAL USE FOR ARKUP LIVABLE YACHTS? Owners can use the livable yacht as a recreational vessel that can provide the feel and comfort of home. For investors, the vessels represent an unparalleled opportunity as seasonal or event rentals (in compliance with local regulations depending on the jurisdiction).

LIVING ON THE WATER: WHAT ARE THE WORLD TRENDS OF THIS NEW LIFESTYLE? Although Arkup’s livable yachts are vessels, they can be used as floating houses, which have become popular as housing in some parts of the world (for example, in the Netherlands, the American West Coast, and in Southeast Asia). Arkup livable yachts are “future-proof” dwellings, whose mobility and flexibility make them resilient to floods, storm surge, and sea-level rise. Used as overwater villas, they also offer a key solution to urban growth and space scarcity.

WHAT IS THE RESALE VALUE OF A LIVABLE YACHT OVER TIME? A simple, practical concept — modular, adaptable, and built to last — the Arkup livable yacht will hold its value over time.  Compared with those of a traditional yacht, the vessel’s operational expenses are limited, and its features are designed to withstand extreme weather events and changes in water level, making it the ideal home of the future.

WHAT IS THE PRICE RANGE OF AN ARKUP LIVABLE YACHT? The price of the 75-foot Arkup livable yacht starts at $3.5 M, up to $5.5 M. The vessel can be customized to the needs and taste of each client.

IS THE INTERIOR DESIGN CUSTOMIZABLE? The Arkup livable yacht can be delivered in a stripped-down version — decorator ready — or fully furnished and ready to move in. Bespoke projects can be developed to suit each client’s needs and tastes.

HOW MUCH TIME BETWEEN ORDER AND DELIVERY OF THE LIVABLE YACHT? Standard delivery time is 14 to 18 months after order confirmation and plans approval, depending on desired technology and customization.

WHERE CAN THE VESSELS BE DELIVERED? Manufactured in Miami, Arkup livable yachts are delivered via waterways to coastal areas, accessible interior lakes, and large rivers around the world (cost of delivery provided on request).

WHAT IS THE USUAL MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST? Maintenance is limited: changing filters, lubricating the hydraulic pilings, cleaning the hull, pumping out the wastewater tank, inspecting and testing safety-features inspections, washing the solar roof.

CAN ARKUP LIVABLE YACHTS BE USED AS SEASONAL RENTALS?

Arkup livable yachts can be chartered to carry as many as 12 passengers with or without a crew, operating as an Uninspected Passenger Vessel over 100 gross tons or as a Recreational Vessel — a bareboat charter — according to the U.S. Coast Guards’ safety standards and regulations.

IS THERE ANY TAX INCENTIVE FOR BUYING AN ARKUP LIVABLE YACHT? The maximum taxes levied on the sale of a vessel in the State of Florida are $18,000, including both sales and use tax and discretionary sales surtax. Although there is no direct tax incentive for purchasing a 100-percent solar-electric vessel, you will have no utility bills because the Arkup Livable Yacht generates its own power and water, and it can operate off-the-grid. The property tax does not apply to recreational vessels. The annual registration fee for an Arkup Livable Yacht is approximately $150.

WHERE CAN I LIVE WITH SUCH A VESSEL? The same kind of areas where large yachts dock: marina slips, private docks, waterfront properties, privately-owned submerged lands, or regulated anchorage.

IS IT A HOUSE OR A VESSEL IN VIEW OF LAWS AND REGULATIONS? It is a recreational vessel that must be registered and titled.

WHAT ARE THE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS FOR OPERATING AN ARKUP LIVABLE YACHT? Laws prohibit anchoring in protected areas in an effort to preserve the waters and sea bottoms. Black- and gray-water discharge must be conducted in compliance with the regulations of individual local jurisdictions.

HOW IS SAFETY ADDRESSED IN OPERATIONS? Safe operating procedures (navigation, boat lift, sliding terrace, and hydraulic pilings) are detailed in the operational manual and will be addressed during owner training. 

WHAT ARE ONBOARD SAFETY DEVICES? Glass railings and handrails, life vests, smoke detectors, sprinklers and fire extinguishers, alarms (smoke, bilge water, intrusion) and automated bilge pumps, lightning protection, CCTV cameras, and VHF are included. All alarms are connected and monitored in real-time.

WHAT TYPE OF WARRANTY DOES ARKUP OFFER? ARKUP offers 3 years on hull and superstructure, 2 years on power, jack-up, and propulsion systems, and 1 year on all items manufactured by Arkup. Accessories and components made by third parties installed by Arkup are covered by direct warranties of their own with a 12-month minimum coverage (i.e. electronic instruments, controls, accessories, air conditioning systems, appliances, windows, etc.)

WHAT ARE THE OPERATIONAL LIMITS OF THE VESSEL? The vessel is designed and engineered according to U.S. Coast Guard standards for recreational vessels in partially protected waters. The maximum anchoring depth is 25 feet (7.5 meters). The vessel is also compliant with the MCA LY3 Short Range Yacht stability criterion (waves < 1.83m/6 ft ; wind < 16kts).

WHAT DOES “HURRICANE-PROOF” MEAN? The Arkup livable yacht structure and anchoring system are designed to resist high winds of as much as 156 miles per hour, or 250 kilometers per hour — equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane. The vessel can be completely lifted out of the water to safeguard from storm surge. Hurricanes are predictable storm events, allowing enough time for owners to sail to a safe harbor or a protected area. The livable yachts are not made to stay in deep waters and exposed areas.

ARE ARKUP LIVABLE YACHTS CUSTOMIZABLE? The vessels are fully customizable on-demand and can incorporate anything the customer would like to include.

IS THERE A THERMIC ENGINE BACKUP FOR THE 100-PERCENT ELECTRIC MODEL? A diesel generator can be added upon request to increase range, but existing electric engines provide enough power to propel the vessel and navigate safely.

CAN YOU BOOST THE POWER OF THE ELECTRIC THRUSTERS? Yes. The two 136-horsepower thrusters can be upgraded. We can also boost electric-energy production and storage depending on the client’s needs.

WHAT HOME-AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES ARE INCORPORATED INTO THE ARKUP LIVABLE YACHTS? An Arkup livable yacht features state-of-the-art smart technologies and offers maximum living comfort by enabling the control of temperature, lights, electric shades, sound system, video surveillance, etc., remotely and monitored in real-time, providing the user with information on battery life and water-tank capacity, as well as overall energy generation-consumption ratios.

HOW DOES ARKUP LIVABLE YACHT FLOAT AND NAVIGATE? Flotation is ensured by Archimedes. Our livable yacht is equipped with two 136-horsepower (100-kilowatt) electric thrusters that rotate 180 degrees, allowing smooth navigation and maneuverability.

WHAT ABOUT COMMUNICATIONS AND ACCESS TO NETWORKS? Arkup livable yachts are equipped with long-range, high-speed internet and VHF. Satellite television and navigation systems are optional.

WHAT ARE THE MAIN ADVANTAGES OF THE ELECTRIC THRUSTERS? Cruising is silent and does not pollute the water; electric propulsion does not generate noise, smoke, or fumes and reduces vibrations disturbing marine life.

WHAT ARE THE MAIN SPECIFICATIONS OF THE VESSEL? 300 tons weight, 75×32 feet, 5-foot draft, 34-foot air draft, average speed 3knots with a max of 5-knot. The 8-millimeter steel hull is composed of 28 watertight compartments.

WHAT ARE THE SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES INCLUDED ONBOARD? Arkup livable yachts offer Low-e consumption design and materials as well as equipment for solar-energy generation and battery storage. Also included, are the systems for rainwater harvesting, water purification and storage, wastewater management, energy recovery, and ventilation.

WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM POWER GENERATION AND STORAGE CAPACITY? 36 kW of power generation from the solar roof and as much as one megawatt-hour of power storage ensure more than enough energy to operate the boat engines and livable features. The vessel can cruise 4 to 10h / 8 up to 20 NM, depending on the sun and time in the day.

ARE THE BUILDING MATERIALS ECO-SOURCED? Conception and design are eco-friendly. Sustainable and green materials are incorporated into the design as much as possible.

IS THE VESSEL 100-PERCENT SELF-SUSTAINING? Yes, it is. The vessel is zero-emission, carbon-neutral, energy-positive and collects rainwater, and treats it for onboard use.

WHY OFFER SUSTAINABLE OFF-GRID LIVABLE YACHTS? We strive to offer an alternative lifestyle to preserve the environment by avoiding fossil fuels. Our vessels and housing solutions are resistant to storm surges and hurricanes.

WHAT ARE THE HYDRAULIC PILINGS USED FOR? The automated hydraulic system ensures that the vessel is anchored and leveled in waters as deep as 20 feet (6 meters) and also enable lifting the vessel entirely out of the water for comfort and safety.

WHAT ABOUT MOTION SICKNESS ONBOARD? The stability provided by the hydraulic anchoring system is designed to avoid the movement that can cause motion sickness: This makes the Arkup overwater villas as comfortable as a house on the land.

CAN I GO FROM MIAMI TO KEY WEST, TAMPA, OR EVEN NEW YORK? Yes you can, depending on weather, which determines the daily range capacity (up to 8 hours / 20 NM).

ARE THERE ANY SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS TO OPERATE THE FULLY-ELECTRIC POWERED VESSEL? It requires the same boating experience as any other similar-sized recreational vessel. Thorough training and an extensive manual are provided to all customers. The owner can also hire our certified captains.

HOW MANY GUESTS AND CREW CAN STAY ON THE BOAT WHEN CRUISING OR AT ANCHOR? The Arkup livable yacht can accommodate six to eight people comfortably overnight. The livable yacht can operate as a recreational vessel with a limit of55 passengers (life vests required) or as charter vessels carrying as many as 12 passengers, according to the U.S. Coast Guard’s safety standards and regulations.

CAN I USE AN ARKUP LIVABLE YACHT AS A MOBILE BEACH HOUSE IN THE BAHAMAS OR SOMEWHERE ELSE? Yes, owners of foreign-registered boats (including the U.S.) may keep their vessels in the Bahamas (for instance) for one year without paying duty and may extend the one-year stay for two years by paying a fee of $500. The initial entry fee is $300 to clear Bahamas Customs and Immigration and to obtain a cruising permit. After two years, the vessel would have to depart the Bahamas for one month before applying for a new cruising permit.

HOW TO RECEIVE MAILS, PARCELS OR DELIVERIES? Marinas can provide concierge services or a mailbox or rent a slot at a local Post Office.

DOES THE VESSEL NEED A CAPTAIN TO OPERATE? With adequate boating experience, operating an Arkup Livable Yacht is relatively easy with the training provided by Arkup. A license and safety certification may be required locally.

WHAT KIND OF LICENSE AND INSURANCE ARE NEEDED? Arkup livable yachts are registered and insured as pleasure boats. To operate them, most U.S. states require a driver’s license and boating safety certification for recreational use. For other countries, Arkup can assist you.

CAN WATER SLIDES AND OTHER TOYS BE ADDED? Arkup livable yachts provide plenty of storage space for toys and recreational items. Make the ocean your playground!

HOW IS DISPOSAL OF SEWAGE AND WASTEWATER MANAGED ONBOARD ARKUP LIVABLE YACHTS? Vessel operators are required to retain their sewage discharges on-board for disposal at sea (beyond three miles from shore) or onshore at a pump-out facility. Black and gray waters are stored in a 3,700-gallon (14-cubic-meter) holding tank before being pumped out at either a marina or by a vessel designed to pump out waste. There are other options, such as using an approved U.S. Coast Guard Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) and then discharging within 3 miles offshore according to Clean Water Act regulations.

HOW LONG CAN THE LIVABLE YACHT REMAIN OFF-THE-GRID (WITHOUT POWER AND WATER)? Arkup livable yachts can remain off-the-grid all year long depending on the weather (sun exposure/rainfall) in tropical regions. Without any sun to charge the batteries, a full charge can provide electricity for all household needs for two to three days (without navigation).

The 4,000-gallon fresh-water tank ensures two weeks of self-sufficiency for six people without harvesting any rainwater. If needed, the vessel can connect to shore power to refill the freshwater tank (or add an optional water-maker).

IF I CHOOSE TO LIVE OFF-THE-GRID ON AN ARKUP LIVABLE YACHT, HOW DO I GET TO SHORE? There are many easy options. You can use a tender boat to get to shore via authorized public or private docks, or by renting a slip in a marina where you can dock while you’re on land. There are also many types of amphibious vehicles now available, making it possible to access land through a public boat ramp. Local companies offer water taxi services. Arkup also partners with ILandMiami (www.ilandmiami.com) to provide access by seaplane or helicopter.

WHAT IS THE APPROXIMATE OPERATING COST OF AN ARKUP LIVABLE YACHT?

The cost is much less than a yacht of equivalent size (the annual operating costs of a yacht are typically 10 percent of its value). Compared with a traditional house, the maintenance is roughly equivalent — there is no garden or swimming pool to maintain, but the livable yacht must be cleaned regularly. If the livable yacht is docked in a marina, the slip rental costs will generally be considerably lower than the property taxes on similar waterfront property. The hull can be easily inspected, washed, and maintained when the livable yacht is lifted above the waterline.

HOW ARE TRASH AND GARBAGE HANDLED ONBOARD?

Arkup livable yachts have a dedicated trash room equipped with a trash compactor and recycling bins. The compacted trash is disposed of ashore at public garbage facilities or marinas (a composter for organic waste is optional).

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How Much Does it (Really) Cost to Own a Yacht?

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The true cost to own a yacht is an area of concern for many prospects of yacht ownership. And it should be.

Maintenance costs, exploitation costs, total cost compared to yacht charter, we detail in this article the expenses (especially the hidden ones) you have to consider before buying your first yacht !

We also provide you several solutions to lighten your investment and reduce the cost to own your yacht. 

If you are looking for the price of a yacht charter (rental), please read this article instead .

How much is a yacht?

Before diving into the expenses that comes monthly, yearly or every decades once you own a yacht, let’s answer the elephant in the room: How much is a yacht (alone) in the first place? The short answer is… it depends, of course. But in most cases, the longer the yacht, the higher is her selling price.

Generally speaking, you can expect to find yachts for sale in the following price ranges:

  • Below 50ft (15m): between 500K – 2,500,000 € / USD
  • Between 50-70ft (15-21m): between 2 millions and 6 millions € / USD ( See our 9 catamarans for sale under 6 millions here )
  • Between 70-100ft (20-30m): between 6 millions and 20 millions € / USD
  • Superyachts over 100ft (30m): minimum 10 millions € / USD

You can always find exceptions to the rule and find cheaper or more expensive yachts for sale outside of these price brackets.

A lot of factors come into the selling price of a yacht: supply and demand, brand / model reputation, age and condition of the vessel, urgency or lack of for the sale and so on.

What are the main hidden costs that come with yacht ownership?

You probably already guessed it, the cost of owning a yacht doesn’t stop at its purchase price . In some cases, the price you bought your yacht at can seem like a bargain, but it really isn’t once you start adding all the hidden costs, and many of them come yearly.

Here are the main ones you should be wary of.

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Yacht exploitation and running costs : always calculate them carefully before buying your yacht

It always cost you money to exploit your yacht.

When you are chartering a yacht, a part of these operation costs is included in your APA (Advanced Provisionning Allowance) .

When you own a yacht, these costs still apply , but you will have to pay directly for them.

Among the main operation costs, the most important are usually the following:

  • The fuel: its cost will depend on the type of boat, her fuel consumption, the region, and the distances traveled;
  • The mooring fees which depends on the area but also on the boat size;
  • The crew, if you need it. The cost will depend on the frequency and the crew’s size;
  • The communication fees;
  • The food and beverages supplies;
  • All the expenses related to your leisure activities.

Yachts maintenance: a cost that you should definitely not overlook

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Even outside of its operating period, it still costs you money to own your yacht!

Maintenance of your boat isn’t an option and must be done on an ongoing basis. The price vary depending on the type of yacht you are owning (motor, sail, etc…), the size of the vessel, but also how old she is.

The maintenance costs include :

  • The regular maintenance of certain equipment, like engines, thrusters, sails, rigging, safety equipment, hull(s) (fairing)…;
  • The occasional maintenance operations in case of breakdown or damage;
  • The painting;
  • The cleaning and the specialized maintenance products (for teak, leather, …). 

The costs of maintenance and upkeep will obviously not be the same if you do it yourself or if you call in specialists. But regardless, you should have a budget buffer dedicated to maintenance costs when you plan on buying a yacht, especially if she already had a long sailing life.

The taxes and insurance premiums of a yacht: a cost that most forget

Consider the different taxes (at the purchase and annual) and the yearly yacht insurance that you have to pay. A specialized insurance policy is generally estimated at between 0.8% and 1.2% of the boat’s purchase price per year.

Must Read : Yacht Insurance : The Definitive Owner’s Guide

Yearly harbor fees : a very important hidden cost of yacht ownership

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The port and/or winterization fees are also a big part of yacht ownership costs that you should carefuly estimate.

Depending on your region, you may need to consider “dry-docking” your boat, which involves handling, transport, and storage which can be really expensive. 

If you can leave your yacht in the water all year round, you will need to go for a harbor ring concession.

Depending on the marina and its infrastructure, the region, and your boat’s size, the costs may considerably vary from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars a month . However, it is easy to obtain this information from marinas once you have chosen which yacht to purchase.

The depreciation’s price of a yacht

A yacht, like a car, will depreciate . It is difficult to estimate the depreciation, as it depends on economic conditions, exchange rates, price inflation when new, the type of boat, and the shipyard. 

However, it is reasonable to estimate a minimum depreciation of 10% in the first year, then 7% in the following years. From the fifth year on, the depreciation tends to slow down. On the other hand, the operating costs increase.

Summary of the main operating and maintenance costs of owning a yacht

So, to sum up, how much does it cost to own a yacht? It largely depends on your type of yacht and your location.

But in general, owning a yacht will cost you between 10-25% of its value annualy . The longer the yacht, the likelier you are to be at the end of the spectrum.

Here are the reasonable costs you could consider:

  • 10% of its value annually for a 60ft (18m) / 1 million USD yacht and below (=max 100K / year)
  • 20% of its value annually for a 100ft (30m) / 10 millions USD yacht and above (=min 2 millions / year)

These brackets of total costs include everything: usual yacht maintenance, upkeep and operating costs that will be distribued as follow:

  • Communication
  • Maintenance
  • Insurance premiums
  • Harbour fees
  • Cost of depreciation

Are you worried? Do not. Luckily, there are numerous ways to decrease the overall cost of yacht ownership and still enjoy yachting as it should be. Read the next paragraphs to know these valuable tricks.

If you liked this article you will also like : HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO CHARTER A YACHT?

How to reduce the cost of yacht ownership?

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A yacht keeps on costing money even when not in use, so the best way to make it a more profitable investment is to increase its exploitation.

Renting your own yacht : a good way to reduce the costs of owning a boat

When you are not using the boat, you can earn income by renting it out. The rental price depends on the type and size of the boat, but also its location. While making money from renting is possible, don’t expect to pay back all your expenses. Nevertheless, it will help you in avoiding your yacht becoming a financial burden. 

The easiest way to do this is to hire a professional charter company to help you. If you go for a reputable and experienced company, you will benefit from their expertise and contacts. It will also save you from legal, insurance, and withdrawal issues and avoid red tape.

On the topic : Yacht to Charter : Can It Be Profitable?

Fractional yacht ownership: share the cost of owning a yacht with co-owners

Another solution to own a yacht at lower cost is fractional ownership of a boat , which means that you own a fraction of it. It can be half, a quarter, or even less. For a long time, boaters have been opting for this option of partial ownership with friends or family. These days some companies create formalized fractional ownership arrangements for more guarantees. 

For example, in partnership with the Windward Islands, SAILING RESORT proposes fractional boat ownership on the fabulous trimaran, the LEEN 72’. So you can become a co-owner of the new hybrid-powered multihull which can accommodate up to 10 passengers and 4 crew members. You will enjoy private use of the trimaran (depending on the period) from 6 to 12 weeks during the first 5 years.

This program proposes a profitable commercial operation with 24/7 premium service. It is a tailor-made solution for all those who want to feel like owners of a prestigious yacht for a few days a year while limiting their investment and responsibilities. WI manages the operation of the yacht for you out of your personal use, like the charter’s organization, maintenance, insurance, annual mooring, and all other administrative tasks.

Once you have weighed the pros and cons and have the means to finance both the purchase and the annual costs (maintenance, operation, …) of your yacht, you should go for it! Indeed, if you can evaluate the hidden costs and expenses of owning a boat, the freedom and unforgettable memories are priceless. 

Yacht Charter remains a cheaper alternative than yacht ownership in many cases

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If you can’t enjoy your yacht frequently or are still unsure about whether it’s worth the cost or not to own a yacht, you might consider chartering instead. This will allow you to try out different models , from various shipyards, and see which ones you prefer.

Therefore, the cost of renting a yacht will save you from having to worry about all those hidden costs of owning one. All you have to do is pay for your charter, your cancellation insurance and set your APA during your stay. This way, you only pay money, time, and effort when you use the boat.

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Frequently asked question

For a 60-foot or million-dollar yacht, the cost per year will be about 10% of its value or $100,000 per year.

You should expect to pay about 20% or more of the original price of your boat to run it annually. So, for a $10 million yacht, the cost to operate will be about $2 million per year, including fuel, insurance, dock fees, maintenance and repairs, crew, etc.

A 180-foot superyacht and/or mega yacht costs a minimum of $4.75 million per year to operate and maintain. Kitty McGowan of the US Superyacht Association estimates an annual budget of $1 million for maintenance and repairs, $350,000 for dockage, $240,000 for insurance, $400,000 for fuel, and $1.4 million for the crew. Add another 15-25% of the vessel’s value for V.A.T.

Once you have weighed the pro and cons, if you can afford the purchase and all the hidden annual expenses, have found your dreamed yacht, and have time to enjoy it, you should go for yacht ownership!

It is not the best way to make money, but you can minimize your annual expenses by renting it or opting for fractional boat ownership.

It’s hard to tell. As long as you have the money and enough time to enjoy it, it is worth owning a yacht! Everything cannot be estimated. For example, it will bring you invaluable freedom and happiness.

One of the easiest way to reduce the maintenance cost of a yacht is to fractional yacht ownership. That way, the maintenance expenses are spread among co-owners according to their shares.

It varies greatly depending on the size of the yacht. For a yacht of 60ft (18m), you will likely spend around 10% of its purchase value each year in maintenance and exploitation costs.

Luxury yachts have maintenance and operation costs that are around 10% of their value yearly. So if a yacht value is 2 millions USD, its maintenance and operations costs should be around 200K / year.

Operating a sailboat is usually 20-40% cheaper than the same size motoryacht. Motoryachts tend to be more expensive to operate than sailboats as the fuel consumption can become an important expenditure fast.

A small yacht below 50ft is usually for sale between 500K and 2,5 millions USD / €. A mid-size yacht between 50ft and 100ft is usually for sale between 2-15 millions USD / €. Above 100ft, the selling price is rarely below 10 millions USD / €.

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Mickelson 75

  • By Chris Caswell
  • Updated: October 4, 2007

Most production yachts are designed and built to satisfy a certain niche in the market, while a few are developed to help expand an existing product line. In the case of the Mikelson 75, the design, which is atypical of the company, simply walked in the back door.

Mikelson Yachts’ co-owner Dick Peterson explained: “We’ve had a long and very successful relationship with yacht designer Tom Fexas, and while working on a custom yacht for a client, he called to see if we might be interested in building it, since our yard is very flexible. It wasn’t a design style that we’d ever considered, and though we bid for the job, we were more interested in sportfishing designs.”

Peterson grinned at the memory. “But the more we looked at the design, he said, “the more it grew on us. Before long, we were making molds and adding it to our line.” Just 16 months after they signed the contract, the first Mikelson 75 Motoryacht was delivered.

Before introducing the 75, Mikelson Yachts built its reputation on a growing range of Fexas-designed sportfishermen between 43 and 70 feet, which were popular first on the West Coast and in Mexico, then in Florida and on the East Coast. These designs were distinct for their low centers of gravity and pure dedication to sportfishing.

The new 75 has a more familiar, classic profile. Though the company calls her a motoryacht, and her cockpit wasn’t fitted with certain fishing accouterments (such as a transom bait well), Mikelson is a fish-crazy builder, making the 75 a sort-of “yachtfisherman.

Moreover, each 75 is semi-custom, which puts the company in a rare category. Most custom builders working in the 70- to 80-foot range have migrated toward larger yachts. That said, from her clipper bow to her soft chines to her slight prop pockets, she is clearly a Fexas design, slippery enough to earn good fuel-consumption numbers.

The 75’s cockpit adds considerable flexibility beyond fishing, and with the transom platform, boarding the tender should be easy. The motoryacht part of the 75 begins at the raised California teak deck, which has a comfortable settee and table for alfresco dining. Wing doors that slide neatly out of the way and a full overhang should make this area easy to enjoy in all weather conditions.

The saloon is finished in warm, matte cherry and has a pale-yellow leather couch and matching twin barrel chairs with ottomans that stow under the coffee table. The most striking design element of the area, aside from its considerable headroom, is the expanse of large windows. Shaded by overhangs above the side decks, the windows incorporate a clever frameless construction and, with the huge after sliding door, provide incredible light.

The galley is up two steps and separated from the saloon by only the granite counter and backsplash, allowing the chef to enjoy the view from the saloon and converse with guests. Two additional Sub-Zero drawer-style refrigerators are next to the three-burner cooktop and double oven, and a maple-and-cherry sole can be easily cleaned. To port, a U-shape dinette completes the open and airy galley.

Peterson and his partner, Pat Sullivan, have thousands of sea miles under their belts, and this experience is reflected in the pilothouse. With a sliding pocket door that closes off the saloon for night running or privacy, the pilothouse is self-contained, with an L-shape settee, stairs to the flying bridge and a wraparound instrument panel of cherry and black vinyl. The skipper has a good view of the navigation electronics and through the large windows. A chart table with full-size chart stowage is to port, and a desk is aft for the ship’s office. Twin watertight doors open to the raised foredeck with a Portuguese bridge and greenwater door.

This yacht was custom-designed to meet her owner’s requirements, so the layout, according to Peterson, will likely be different on future versions. For a new build, Mikelson is considering a traditional centerline master suite and a queen berth forward, plus a third guest cabin.

On hull number one, the master suite is reached through a sliding door from a wide foyer. The forward bulkhead is devoted to a wall of mirrored bookshelves, and the after bulkhead has a bureau and walk-in locker. The master head is notable for its marble counter and sole, as well as the custom Bollinger-designed shower with hidden drains.

The forward cabin has twin berths that are simple but do not make particularly good use of space, as well as an oversize marble-finished head and shower. The third cabin has a head with shower and a large sliding door that can be left open to the foyer. Its upper-and-lower berths convert to a settee (the upper hinges down and serves as a backrest).

The teak-deck flying bridge is spacious, with a framed bimini top that joins the electronics arch. A pair of Stidd helm chairs is behind the fiberglass instrument panel, and a wraparound settee ends with a console that conceals a refrigerator and sink. The boat deck is spacious enough for a 15-foot Edgewater tender and 1,500-pound crane.

Though the yacht is designed for owner operation, a very civilized crew cabin is abaft the engineroom and accessed from the cockpit. The space under the California deck also has a workshop with tool stowage and a stainless steel-topped workbench. The single crew bunk and head with shower is in a private cabin to port and finished in cherry.

Mikelson spends a great deal of time on seemingly small details. For example, it ensures the Muir windlass, tucked under a foredeck hatch, deposits the anchor chain properly in the chain locker so it doesn’t foul.

“Little things can make a big difference when you’re cruising”, Peterson said, “and that’s where we really excel.”

Wide side decks, protected from sun and rain by an overhang, have oversize oval rails atop the full bulwarks, and boarding doors are fitted aft and at the pilothouse. The full-headroom engineroom is another example of seamanlike systems, and there is plenty of room to work around the 1,400 hp Cats and the two Onan 27kW gensets.

A 15 hp Sidepower electric bowthruster provides plenty of power for getting her into or away from the pier. Under way, the 75 has a solid feel that goes beyond her 110,000-pound displacement.

Though her mission is long-range cruising, she still topped out at more than 25 knots. Even better, she was getting nearly 1 mile per gallon at a leisurely 10 knots, confirming she has the long legs needed for extended cruising.

Though the Mikelson 75 Motoryacht may have come as a surprise to her parents, she’s a worthy addition to the family. She’s sure to prove a delight to future parents, as well.

Contact: Mikelson Yachts, Inc., (619) 222-5007; [email protected] ; www.mikelsonyachts.com .

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How much does a yacht cost | ultimate breakdown guide.

 October 14, 2019

Complete guide to “How much does a yacht cost?” including superyachts and megayachts. Includes the cost of owning and operating a yacht. Yachts and superyachts are symbols of success. They appeal to wealthy individuals but are also extremely useful business assets. In this article, we’ll explore how much does a yacht cost. Also, we’ll answer how much does a superyacht cost and how much does a mega yacht cost. Then we’ll identify additional yacht costs such as fees and taxes. Next, we’ll give example breakdowns of the price of yacht and the price of a superyacht. Finally, we’ll explain how Assets America ® can help fund your transaction, and then answer frequently asked questions regarding the cost of yacht. Note that we’ll devote a separate article to yacht operation and maintenance costs. This article focuses on how much does it cost to buy a yacht.

How Much Does a Yacht Cost?

To know the context for how much does a yacht cost, we define some important terms.

Yacht Terms

  • Yacht: A sailing or powered watercraft between 39 and 78 feet in length, accommodating up to 6 guests.
  • Superyacht: A luxury yacht ranging in size from 78 to 200 feet in length, accommodating 6 to 12 guests.
  • Megayacht: A luxury yacht greater than 200 feet long holding more than a dozen guests.
  • Cabin Cruiser : A luxury powered boat between 23 and 38 feet in length.
  • Day Sailing Yacht: Small yachts, often with a retractable keel, daggerboard , or centerboard and no cabin.
  • Weekender Yacht: Medium-sized yachts, typically up to 31-feet long. Usually, they have lifting keels or twin keels allowing shallow-water operation for two-to-three-day journeys. Normally, weekender yachts have a simple cabin sleeping two to four passengers along with a small galley.
  • Cruising Yacht: The most common private yacht, with good handling, onboard comfort, sufficient interior space, and capable performance. Typically, they have a teardrop-planform hull with a deep single-fin keel.
  • Luxury Sailing Yacht: Larger yachts powered by wind and engines, with many luxury features.       Typically, yacht makers construct these boats with fiberglass hulls and plenty of automation, lighting, navigation aids, hot water, and more.
  • Racing Yachts: Yachts optimized for fast sailing, with heavy and deep bulb keels, tall masts, and large sails.

Average Cost of Yacht

New yachts over 100-feet long have an average price of a yacht equal to $1 million per 3.3 feet in length. In other words, a 100-foot yacht will, on average, cost more than $30 million. Older yachts below 85 feet are less expensive. For example, an 84-foot yacht originally built in 2002 and renovated in 2015 sold for $1.45 million.

The average price of a yacht that is preowned, entry-level, and in the 30 to 35 foot range, is about $100,000.

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How much does a superyacht cost.

Superyacht prices are high but variable. For example, the world’s most expensive superyacht (the History Supreme) has a price of $4.5 billion. And at only 100 feet, it is too small to qualify as a megayacht, even though it certainly has a mega-price! On the other hand, a world-famous golfer purchased a 155-foot superyacht for $20 million, a sweet deal. The average price of a superyacht is $275 million.

How Much Does a Megayacht Cost?

The most expensive megayacht, measuring in at 536 feet, cost $1.5 billion. A 1990, 344-foot megayacht can be yours for $210 million. So, the prices of megayachts can vary greatly. In other words, there is no clear answer to how much does a mega yacht cost.

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Additional Costs of a Yacht

A few states don’t have sales tax: Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, Oregon — and to some extent Alaska. If you buy a yacht in any other state, you’ll owe state sales tax. On a $1 billion yacht purchase, a state like Texas with 6.25% sales tax will collect $62.5 million. You can buy a yacht in a state without sales tax and use it in another state. However, you will eventually have to pay a use tax. Florida caps yacht sales tax at $18,000, but California has no cap.

Municipalities that charge local sales tax could add a percentage point or two to your tax bill.

Most states also assess property taxes on yachts. Marinas may assess a tax on boat slips. Some states will refund fuel taxes on yachts since they don’t use roads.

Yachts with bathroom, eating, and sleeping facilities qualify as second homes. You can deduct the interest on the yacht’s mortgage, but national tax law caps the deduction at $750,000.

A yacht purchased for business purposes is a capital asset that you can depreciate. This would apply to a charter, rental, or fishing yacht that you use to generate income. If you buy a used business yacht for $1 million or less, it might qualify as Section 179 property. If so, you can deduct the full price in the year of purchase.

There are some minor fees you may have to pay when you acquire a boat. For example, you may have to register your yacht with the International Registry, which has fees of $550 to $1,500. Also, you may pay an annual tonnage tax, a ship radio station license fee, and certificate of insurance. Other fees include those for :

  • An annual Maritime Security and Compliance fee
  • Private Yacht Limited Charter Compliance Certificate
  • Minimum Safe Manning Certificate
  • Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR) Document
  • Annual Yacht Service
  • Intended Registration and Vessel Under Construction Registration

Cost Breakdown

When you want to know how much does a yacht cost, you need to know the cost factors. A yacht’s price directly ties to its construction costs, which include:

  • Design: The design requires expertise in marine and mechanical engineering. For example, the designers must undertake many stability and hydrodynamic studies. Also, the design must be esthetically pleasing.
  • Construction: It can take many months to construct a large yacht. You must factor in materials, equipment, and labor. Luxury-yacht buyers may want expensive and/or rare materials. One yacht, the infamous History Supreme, contains dinosaur fossils and meteorite stone! But less outlandish materials, such as fine woods and precious metals, still contribute to high construction costs.
  • Engine: The number and power of yacht engines can greatly impact cost. Naturally, all things being equal, a sailing yacht should cost less than a comparable motor yacht. It requires huge power to propel a large megayacht, and an elaborate engine room to operate those engines.
  • Interiors: Large yachts have many rooms, including galleys, heads, bedrooms, meeting rooms and more. In addition, electronics are important cost items.

FAQs — How Much Does a Yacht Cost?

How much does a 50-foot yacht cost.

A 50-foot yacht is a good candidate for weekend duty. A 2014 convertible sportfish costs just under $2 million. An example price of yacht (51-foot 2013 Azium Magellano 50) is $670,760. A 52-foot 2017 Carver C52 Command Bridge sells for $1,149,000.

What is the cost to build a yacht?

Mid-level yachts cost about $25 to $35 per pound to build. Higher-level-yachts have average construction costs pf $45 to $65 per pound. The top vessels built with exotic materials and hi-tech systems can cost $80/pound to build.

How much does a 60-foot yacht cost?

A 60-foot yacht is about the largest size that an owner operates. A new Hatteras M60 can easily cost around $3 million. However, you can get a 2007 60-foot Sunreef 62 for $735,000.

How much does a 100-foot yacht cost?

Superyachts in this range contain many amenities. You can buy a new 100-foot AB 100 for just over $8.8 million. But let’s face it, you can spend hundreds of millions on big yachts. Your only limits are your imagination and most importantly, of course, your wallet!

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Yacht captains have many responsibilities when it comes to the management of their vessel. One of them is keeping track of expenses, which is why it is important to familiarize yourself with the vessel’s operational costs. Keeping a luxury superyacht afloat isn’t cheap, and many claim that the average annual cost ranks up to 10% of the vessel’s price.

From these expenses, a significant portion goes to fuel. Filling up the tank of your boat is quite pricey, which is why a growing number of boat owners want to know exactly how much they are looking to spend for their upcoming voyage. This is also important for people who want to charter a boat for their holiday.

If you’re wondering how to best estimate the costs involved, you’re in the right place. This article will help you calculate your vessel’s yacht fuel cost while giving an overview of all the criteria used as variables. To make the process even easier, we link to a yacht fuel cost calculator to help you get an indication of the expenses you’ll need to cover. Let’s delve in!

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How to estimate yacht fuel costs, how much fuel does a yacht use.

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Yacht fuel formula

The easiest way to calculate your fuel costs is by using a yacht fuel cost calculator. There is a great calculator available here in case you want to save time and get an approximate estimation.

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As you can see, the yacht fuel cost calculator has many variables which you need to be aware of before you set out to calculate the approximate price. This is what we will be dealing with in the next few chapters.

To help you get a better understanding of the calculation process we will do things manually while giving you the exact formulas used to calculate your vessel’s fuel needs. Therefore, make sure you keep on reading.

There are several things you need to keep in mind when you first set out to estimate the total fuel cost for your next voyage. These are summarised in the following points:

  • Distance of journey - The total amount of nautical miles (or km)
  • Cruising speed - The (average) speed of your vessel (in knots or km/hr)
  • Fuel consumption - Understanding how many gallons (or liters) of fuel are consumed per hour
  • Yacht fuel price - Understanding the average market price per gallon of fuel

The first two points depend solely on your needs and personal preference, which means that they are more flexible on a subjective basis. The latter two points may require a bit of research, especially if you’re not familiar with the engine of the vessel.

In the following sections, we will delve deeper into each of the points mentioned above, and offer the required formulas to help you calculate yacht fuel cost.

Calculating distance and speed

To understand the exact distance you are looking to cover in your next voyage, you can simply use Google Maps to plan your route. The following video explains the process in detail.

As soon as your route is planned out, you can measure the distance as well, selecting the preferred method of calculation. In our case, it is best to measure in nautical miles (1nm=1,85km), as this metric is more commonly used among sea men. The yacht fuel cost calculator above has an embedded map that helps you pinpoint the journey you want to make.

Next comes the cruising speed. The number is mostly calculated in knots (nautical miles/hr). The speed with which the vessel will cruise depends on the captain onboard, but is often influenced by the owner and guests onboard. You can make a rough estimation of this number based on previous trips.

Next, we need to calculate the amount of fuel that you will likely need. To do this we need to understand the engine type, its horsepower, and several other factors.

Let’s take a marine diesel engine for example. These engines are very common on motor yachts and consume approximately 0.4 pounds of fuel per hour for each unit of horsepower. You can find fuel consumption info for your specific engine by looking it up on the web or by calling the service number.

Once you know the fuel burn rate, it’s best to add a relative error margin of 10% based on minor factors. These include weather conditions, vessel size, and drag, all of which can increase the fuel burn.

How much fuel does a yacht use per hour?

Now that you know all the variables you can go ahead and calculate the amount of fuel that your yacht will need.

  • Start by calculating the fuel burn per hour based on the horsepower of the engine.
  • Add a multiplier based on the cruising speed of your vessel.

A vessel with a diesel engine of 300 horsepower will most likely burn 16-17 gallons per hour, which you can then use as a guideline when calculating the travel time based on the nautical miles you are looking to cover.

Superyachts are consuming much more fuel. An average 70-meter luxury yacht will burn around 130 gallons per hour with the engines running, while the amount increases significantly when the ship is moving. On average, you are looking at ±€2000 per hour (±1000 gallons) to achieve a speed of 20 knots. Of course, the higher the cruising speed, the more fuel you will be burning per hour, which in turn makes each hour at sea more expensive.

How much does boat fuel cost per gallon?

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The exact price you are looking to pay per gallon depends on the marina you find yourself in. By looking at several price points of marinas, we get the following:

  • Average diesel prices range from $3.2-$3.9 per gallon
  • Average petrol prices range from $7.2-$7.8 per gallon

Note that discounts usually apply whenever you choose to purchase large quantities of fuel.

Why is boat fuel so expensive?

Marine fuel pricing is heavily inflated due to low supply and high demand. In short, the limited number of fuel stations at marinas have to service all the yachts that dock, which leads to a no-choice monopoly.

That said, yacht owners are usually not that concerned about the small price spike that marinas charge as an extra. If anything, they are happy to pay due to the convenience of the service.

How much fuel does a yacht hold?

Once again, the answer to this question depends on the size of the vessel. Smaller yachts can hold around 1300 gallons of fuel, while the bigger vessels can store up to 100,000 gallons. The ship’s engineers should be able to provide this number for the vessel you command.

Now that we have a better understanding of all the variables that determine the cost of fuel, we can go ahead and take you through the calculation process step by step.

First, know the total duration of your cruise. To obtain this information, divide the number of nautical miles by the cruising speed of your vessel (knots). For example, if you want to make a journey that totals 150 nautical miles while traveling at 20 knots, the yacht fuel formula looks as follows:

Total duration = 150 nm / 20kn

Total duration = 7,5 hrs

Note that the amount of fuel consumption may end up higher than expected if:

  • Sea and weather conditions are not favourable
  • You plan to make short stops along the way while the engine keeps running

Next, what you want to do multiply the number of hours by the number of gallons that your engine burns on an hourly basis while moving at the speed you previously indicated. If we take, as an example, the superyacht mentioned in the previous examples, we would make the calculation as follows:

7,5 hrs x 1000 gph = 7500 gallons

Now assume that you will also make two stops along the way, an hour and a half each, in order to let the guests enjoy their time; maybe ride a jet ski.

You then multiply the added number of hours with the consumption rate of a running engine. In this case:

3 hrs x 130 gph = 390 gallons

All that is left to do now is add up the total amount of fuel needed and multiply the number with the price per gallon.

(7500+390) x $3,5 = $27615

In this example, the final cost of your will set you back a little bit more than 27 thousand dollars. Just to be safe, calculate the additional 10% (margin of error) to be prepared against unexpected mistakes. This added amount is not necessarily an ad-on when you consider chartering. Private yacht owners, however, should add the amount to their final cost.

And that's it! You should now have a better idea on the steps you need to follow to calculate the fuel costs for your yacht. While there is quite a bit of information you should keep in mind, it is best to plan out everything with detail to avoid unforeseen costs. If you enjoyed this article, check out our blog post on yacht electrical systems as well.

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The Bering 82 yacht incorporates high-quality naval engineering with superior build quality and design. Coming in at a volume of 174 GT, she is powered by twin Cummins QSM 11 350 HP marine diesel engines. The Bering 82 offers top speed of 11 knots and a cruising speed of 9 knots. She boasts an impressive autonomous range of more than 4.000 nautical miles at cruising speed.

For owners who wish to take the helm themselves, the Bering 82 is the ideal yacht with smooth handling and operations. The main deck provides full walk-around access – a significant advantage when performing docking or mooring duties with a limited crew

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What Size Yacht Requires a Crew? (For Different Lengths)

While smaller yachts can be operated by a single person, larger yachts require a trained crew to operate them safely. Different types of yachts also have different crew needs, which can depend on the yacht's size, features, and intended use. In this article, we'll let you know what size yacht requires a crew, and how many crew are needed for different types and lengths of yacht.

Yachts that are over 30 feet in length require a crew to operate them safely. A yacht that is 100 feet in length requires a crew of at least four to six people, including a captain, engineer, stewardess, and deckhand. Meanwhile, yachts that are under 30 feet in length can be operated by a single person.

Recreational yachts are typically smaller and used for leisure activities like fishing, cruising, and water sports. Since these yachts are usually 30 feet or smaller, they can be operated by a single person without a crew. Let's see how many crew members are needed for other types of yachts.

  • If the yacht is under 30 feet and is being used for recreational cruising, a crew of two is usually sufficient.
  • A 90-foot yacht with multiple decks and luxury amenities may require a crew of 8–12 people, including a captain, first mate, chef, stewardess, and deckhand.
  • For sailing yachts between 30 and 50 feet, a crew of four to six is typically required.
  • A small superyacht may have a crew of around 20 people, while a larger one may require a crew of 50 or more.
  • The cost of hiring a full-time yacht crew can range from $50,000 to $200,000 per crew member per year.

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Crew requirements for different yacht sizes, yacht types and their crew needs, the cost of hiring a yacht crew and the role of each member.

The size of the yacht is a key factor in determining whether you will need a crew and how many crew members you will require. Below is a table summarizing the crew size requirements for different yacht sizes:

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2-3
3-4
4-5
5-6
6-8
8-10
10-12
12-15
15-20
15-20
20-30
30+

Crew size for yachts under 30 feet

Yachts that are under 30 feet in length are generally small enough to be operated by a single person. However, you still need to have some experience and knowledge of boating to operate them safely. It is also recommended to have at least one additional person on board for safety reasons.

If the yacht is being used for recreational cruising, a crew of two is usually sufficient. You may also need to obtain a recreational boating license depending on your location.

Not sure how to get a boating license? Find which state you're in and get a boating license here.

Crew size for yachts between 30 and 75 feet

Yachts that are between 30 and 75 feet in length may require a crew. These yachts are designed to be operated by a small crew or a couple, with one person serving as captain and the other as crew.

If you have experience and the yacht has upgraded features like autopilot, you may be able to captain your own yacht without a crew. However, if you are new to yachting or the yacht has more advanced features, you may need to hire a crew.

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For recreational cruising, a crew of two to four people is usually sufficient . For larger yachts, there may be additional crew members such as a chef, stewardess, or engineer.

Crew size for yachts over 75 feet

Yachts that are over 75 feet in length generally require a crew to operate them safely. The exact number of crew members you will be based on the size and features of the yacht.

  • A 90-foot yacht with multiple decks and luxury amenities may require a crew of 8-12 people, including a captain, first mate, chef, stewardess, and deckhand.
  • A 100-foot yacht with advanced navigation and communication systems may require a crew of 10-15 people, including a captain, engineer, deckhand, chef, stewardess, and possibly a security officer.
  • A 120-foot yacht with a helicopter pad, swimming pool, and other high-end features may require a crew of 12-20 people, including a captain, engineer, deckhand, chef, stewardess, helicopter pilot, and other specialized staff as needed.

Crew size for yachts over 300 feet

Bigger yachts require more crew members because they tend to be more complex and have more systems and equipment that need to be maintained and operated. Additionally, larger yachts typically have more amenities and features that require specialized staff, such as spa therapists, dive instructors, and security personnel.

A yacht that is 300 feet or more in length may have multiple decks, a helipad, a swimming pool, a movie theater, a gym, and other luxurious amenities that require a larger crew to operate and maintain.

In addition, larger yachts may require more crew members to ensure the safety of the guests and the vessel, especially when navigating in challenging waters or during adverse weather conditions. Larger yachts also often provide a higher level of service, which requires more crew members to ensure that every guest's needs are met.

Different types of yachts have different crew needs, which can depend on the yacht's size, features, and intended use. Here's what you need to know about yacht types and their crew needs:

20-100 ft Personal use, weekend trips, fishing
30-200 ft Racing, cruising, adventure, exploration
100-500 ft Luxury, entertainment, social events
50-300 ft Charter, tourism, research
50-200 ft High-end amenities, personal service

Crew size for recreational yachts

Recreational yachts are typically smaller and used for leisure activities like fishing, cruising, and water sports. Yachts that are 30 feet or smaller can usually be operated by a single person without a crew.

However, larger recreational yachts, like those in the 50-100-foot range, may require a small crew for maintenance and management.

Crew size for sailing yachts

Sailboats are a popular type of yacht used for racing, cruising, and exploring. For sailing yachts between 30 and 50 feet, a crew of four to six is typically required. This crew would include a captain, a first mate, a cook, and one or two deckhands.

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For yachts over 50 feet, the crew size can range from six to 20 or more. This is because some yachts may also have additional staff, such as a chef, a stewardess, and a masseuse. These staff members are typically hired to provide luxury services to guests onboard.

One of the hidden costs of buying and owning a 50-foot yacht is the costs for staff and crew, which ranges around $50,000 - $150,000 per year.

Crew size for superyachts

Superyachts are the largest and most luxurious yachts on the market, typically measuring over 100 feet in length. A small superyacht may have a crew of around 20 people, while a larger one may require a crew of 50 or more.

Larger superyachts with more amenities and more guests on board will require a larger crew to ensure that all aspects of the vessel are properly maintained and operated. The team will typically include a captain, first mate, engineer, chef, stewardesses, deckhands, and other specialized roles depending on the yacht's amenities.

Some owners may prefer a smaller crew to maintain a more intimate and personalized experience, while others may opt for a larger crew to ensure that all tasks are handled efficiently and to the highest standard.

Crew size for commercial yachts

Commercial yachts are required to have a crew size that is appropriate for the size and type of the vessel, as well as the number of passengers on board. The crew size can vary greatly depending on the yacht's size, amenities, and intended use.

In general, larger yachts will have a larger crew, while smaller yachts may only require a few crew members. For example, a small yacht that is used for day trips or short-term charters may only require a captain and a mate. However, a larger yacht used for extended charters or as a luxury hotel at sea may need a larger crew.

The crew size for commercial yachts is regulated by various maritime authorities, such as the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the United States Coast Guard (USCG). These authorities have established minimum crew requirements based on the size and type of the yacht, as well as the number of passengers on board.

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Based on USCG requirements, a commercial yacht that is less than 100 gross tons and carries up to 12 passengers must have at least one licensed captain and one crew member. If the yacht carries between 13 and 36 passengers, it must have at least two licensed crew members. For yachts that are over 100 gross tons, the crew size requirements will be higher.

A captain license costs around $700 - $800 , but this may vary according to the country as well as potential extras you might need to purchase.

Crew size for luxury yachts

Luxury yachts are designed for comfort and style, typically featuring high-end amenities like spas, gourmet kitchens, and entertainment systems.

Luxury yachts require a larger crew because they are typically larger, more complex, and more luxurious than other types of boats. A larger crew is necessary to ensure that everything runs smoothly and that the guests have an enjoyable and comfortable experience on board.

Here are some of the reasons why luxury yachts require a crew of 10-30 persons:

Safety: A larger crew is necessary to ensure the safety of the guests and the yacht. The crew must be trained and experienced in handling emergency situations, such as fires, medical emergencies, and adverse weather conditions.

Navigation: Luxury yachts require a skilled crew to navigate the vessel safely and efficiently. The captain and crew must be familiar with the yacht's systems, equipment, local waterways, and navigation rules.

Maintenance: Luxury yachts require constant maintenance to keep them in top condition. A larger crew is necessary to perform routine maintenance tasks, such as cleaning, painting, and repairing the yacht's systems and equipment.

Service: Luxury yachts are known for their high level of service and hospitality. A larger crew is necessary to provide guests with personalized service, including gourmet meals, housekeeping, and other amenities.

Entertainment: Luxury yachts often have a variety of entertainment options, such as water sports equipment, movie theaters, and music systems. A larger crew is necessary to operate and maintain these amenities, as well as to provide instruction and assistance to the guests.

The cost of hiring a full-time yacht crew can range from $50,000 to $200,000 per crew member per year. This includes their salary, benefits, and any other expenses associated with their employment, such as training and uniforms.

Here's a breakdown of the average annual salaries for different yacht crew positions:

$80,000 - $300,000
$60,000 - $120,000
$50,000 - $120,000
$35,000 - $80,000
$60,000 - $150,000
$30,000 - $55,000

The roles and responsibilities of the captain

  • Responsible for the overall operation of the yacht including navigation, safety, and communication with other vessels
  • Must have extensive knowledge of waterways
  • Must make quick decisions in case of emergency
  • Must hold valid Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC) issued by USCG
  • For yachts over 100 gross tons, a captain must hold a USCG license for appropriate tonnage and route
  • May need to hold specific endorsements, such as a towing endorsement or a radar observer endorsement

The roles and responsibilities of the captain engineer

  • Responsible for mechanical systems on board the yacht such as engines, generators, and other equipment
  • Must have a good understanding of how systems work
  • Troubleshoots problems that arise
  • Works closely with the captain and other crew members
  • May be responsible for managing inventory and ordering spare parts and supplies

The roles and responsibilities of the stewardess

The stewardess is the first point of contact for guests and they are responsible for the following:

  • Greet guests warmly and show them to their cabins
  • Provide information about the yacht and its amenities, as well as local attractions and activities
  • Clean and maintain guests' cabins
  • Make beds and ensure fresh towels and linens
  • Responsible for serving meals and drinks, setting the table, and clearing dishes

The roles and responsibilities of the deckhand

The deckhand is an entry-level position on a yacht and they work under the supervision of the first mate. They are responsible for a variety of tasks such as:

  • Cleaning the yacht and handling lines and fenders
  • Assisting with navigation and docking
  • Maintaining the exterior of the yacht, such as washing and waxing the hull, cleaning the decks and windows, and maintaining the yacht's equipment and machinery

The roles and responsibilities of the chef

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  • Responsible for providing exceptional culinary experiences for guests
  • Plans menus, prepares meals and manages galley and kitchen area
  • Plans menus that meet the dietary preferences and restrictions of guests
  • Creates menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as snacks and appetizers
  • Responsible for provisioning the yacht with fresh ingredients and supplies
  • Prepares high-quality meals and presents them well
  • Manages galley and kitchen area, including cleaning and maintaining the kitchen, managing inventory and ordering supplies, and ensuring that all equipment is in good working order

The roles and responsibilities of the first mate

  • Considered as the second in command on a yacht
  • Works closely with the captain to ensure the safe operation and navigation of the boat
  • Responsible for managing crew and overseeing day-to-day activities on board
  • Assists captain with navigation and piloting of yacht
  • Monitors weather conditions, charts courses, and ensures the yacht is on track and avoiding potential hazards
  • Manages crew and delegates tasks as needed
  • May be responsible for scheduling and coordinating crew shifts, managing inventory and ordering supplies, and ensuring that the yacht is clean and well-maintained
  • May serve as liaison between guests and captain, ensuring that their needs are met and that they have an enjoyable experience on board

The roles and responsibilities of the second mate

  • Assists captain and first mate in navigation and operation of yacht
  • Maintains the yacht's navigational equipment, including GPS, radar, and other electronic devices
  • Ensures all charts and publications are up-to-date and that any necessary corrections or updates are made.

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Posted: 19 March 2024 | Last updated: 23 March 2024

<p>Ready to discover the ultimate in nautical eye candy?</p>  <p>With the largest-ever superyacht poised to grace the high seas – and several other spectacular launches on the horizon – 2024 is tipped to be a truly unforgettable year for fans of floating palaces.</p>  <p><strong>Jump aboard to discover the most hotly anticipated superyachts scheduled for delivery this year, from state-of-the-art explorers to a record-breaking model that's expected to cost a staggering $600 million (£470m). </strong>All dollar amounts in US dollars.</p>

Breathtaking dream boats launching this year

Ready to discover the ultimate in nautical eye candy?

With the largest-ever superyacht poised to grace the high seas – and several other spectacular launches on the horizon – 2024 is tipped to be a truly unforgettable year for fans of floating palaces.

Jump aboard to discover the most hotly anticipated superyachts scheduled for delivery this year, from state-of-the-art explorers to a record-breaking model that's expected to cost a staggering $600 million (£470m).  All dollar amounts in US dollars.

<p>Ushering in a new generation of high-end eco explorers, this expedition vessel from Damen Yachting in the Netherlands boasts a hybrid propulsion system for zero-emission cruising. For the uninitiated, a hybrid propulsion system uses two or more forms of propulsion, such as a biofuel or diesel engine combined with an electric machine.</p>  <p>As buyers become increasingly aware of environmental concerns, naval architects and yachtbuilders are devising green-leaning vessels that don't compromise on style, luxury, or performance. Damen is among the firms leading the way.</p>

Custom YS 75 Hybrid: Cost unknown

Ushering in a new generation of high-end eco explorers, this expedition vessel from Damen Yachting in the Netherlands boasts a hybrid propulsion system for zero-emission cruising. For the uninitiated, a hybrid propulsion system uses two or more forms of propulsion, such as a biofuel or diesel engine combined with an electric machine.

As buyers become increasingly aware of environmental concerns, naval architects and yachtbuilders are devising green-leaning vessels that don't compromise on style, luxury, or performance. Damen is among the firms leading the way.

<p>Designed by innovative London studio Michael Leach Design and engineered in-house, the 247-foot (75.2m)<em> Custom YS 75 Hybrid</em> has cutting-edge features, including a touch-and-go helipad and a crane for deploying tenders.</p>  <p>It can accommodate 24 crew members and up to 12 guests across six staterooms and boasts plush entertaining areas.</p>  <p>Due to launch early this year, the innovative vessel will also be the first private superyacht equipped with commercial-grade cultivation pods to grow vegetables, further adding to its eco credentials. As for the price tag? Damen is keeping it firmly under wraps...</p>

Designed by innovative London studio Michael Leach Design and engineered in-house, the 247-foot (75.2m) Custom YS 75 Hybrid has cutting-edge features, including a touch-and-go helipad and a crane for deploying tenders.

It can accommodate 24 crew members and up to 12 guests across six staterooms and boasts plush entertaining areas.

Due to launch early this year, the innovative vessel will also be the first private superyacht equipped with commercial-grade cultivation pods to grow vegetables, further adding to its eco credentials. As for the price tag? Damen is keeping it firmly under wraps...

<p>Admiral Yachts, owned by The Italian Sea Group, is delivering two sensational superyachts this year, according to <em>Boat International</em>: the 256-foot (78m)<em> Custom 78 a</em>nd 253-foot (77m) <em>Blue Marlin</em> (pictured).</p>  <p>Sleek and elegant,<em> Blue Marlin's </em>exterior and interior are both the handiwork of prestigious Dutch studio Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design.</p>  <p>The superyacht accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms and offers them a wealth of amenities, including a 19-foot (6m) swimming pool, a private spa, and a helipad. Its more sustainable credentials include a lower-emission diesel-electric propulsion system.</p>

Blue Marlin and Custom 78: Cost unknown

Admiral Yachts, owned by The Italian Sea Group, is delivering two sensational superyachts this year, according to Boat International : the 256-foot (78m) Custom 78 a nd 253-foot (77m)  Blue Marlin (pictured).

Sleek and elegant, Blue Marlin's exterior and interior are both the handiwork of prestigious Dutch studio Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design.

The superyacht accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms and offers them a wealth of amenities, including a 19-foot (6m) swimming pool, a private spa, and a helipad. Its more sustainable credentials include a lower-emission diesel-electric propulsion system.

<p>Precious little is known about Admiral's super-secretive <em>Custom 78</em> project, as noted by <em>Boat International</em>.</p>  <p>It's known that the superyacht's exterior has been designed by Igor Lobanov, the Barcelona-based Russian nautical designer who's renowned for his futuristic, mega-streamlined creations. (An example of his work is shown here.)</p>  <p>Admiral has yet to disclose the price of either <em>Custom 78 </em>or <em>Blue Marlin</em>.</p>

Precious little is known about Admiral's super-secretive Custom 78 project, as noted by Boat International .

It's known that the superyacht's exterior has been designed by Igor Lobanov, the Barcelona-based Russian nautical designer who's renowned for his futuristic, mega-streamlined creations. (An example of his work is shown here.)

Admiral has yet to disclose the price of either  Custom 78 or  Blue Marlin .

<p>Türkiye's Turquoise Yachts is getting ready to sign off the 259-foot (79m)<em> Project Toro</em>. It's actually running behind schedule and was supposed to be delivered last year.</p>  <p>With the exterior and interiors designed by British studio Harrison Eidsgaard – which is behind some of the world's most luxurious private jets, in addition to its portfolio of yachts – the end result will undoubtedly be a feast for the eyes.</p>

Project Toro: Cost unknown

Türkiye's Turquoise Yachts is getting ready to sign off the 259-foot (79m) Project Toro . It's actually running behind schedule and was supposed to be delivered last year.

With the exterior and interiors designed by British studio Harrison Eidsgaard – which is behind some of the world's most luxurious private jets, in addition to its portfolio of yachts – the end result will undoubtedly be a feast for the eyes.

<p><em>Project Toro's</em> neoclassical exterior is a real head-turner, while its interiors – which apparently include "a huge Neptune Lounge", to quote <em>Super Yacht Times</em> – have been described by the design team as "the definition of serenity and calm".</p>  <p>The fully customised beauty, which was sold in 2021 for an undisclosed sum, can comfortably fit 14 guests in its seven staterooms, as well as providing space for 21 crew members. Amenities onboard include a beauty salon, gym, and swimming pool.</p>

Project Toro's neoclassical exterior is a real head-turner, while its interiors – which apparently include "a huge Neptune Lounge", to quote Super Yacht Times – have been described by the design team as "the definition of serenity and calm".

The fully customised beauty, which was sold in 2021 for an undisclosed sum, can comfortably fit 14 guests in its seven staterooms, as well as providing space for 21 crew members. Amenities onboard include a beauty salon, gym, and swimming pool.

<p>Formally known as<em> Silence</em>, <em>Al Reem</em> is getting its finishing touches at the Bilgin shipyard in Türkiye's capital, Istanbul.</p>  <p>Spanning 263 feet (80m), the superyacht showcases Bilgin's signature style – think razor-sharp exterior lines and a super-slender profile – with naval architecture by Turkish studio Unique Yacht Design. It's the third unit of Bilgin's 263 Series and the most advanced of the trio.</p>

Al Reem: Cost unknown

Formally known as  Silence , Al Reem is getting its finishing touches at the Bilgin shipyard in Türkiye's capital, Istanbul.

Spanning 263 feet (80m), the superyacht showcases Bilgin's signature style – think razor-sharp exterior lines and a super-slender profile – with naval architecture by Turkish studio Unique Yacht Design. It's the third unit of Bilgin's 263 Series and the most advanced of the trio.

<p>Silent by name, silent by nature: the superyacht was sold to a mystery owner in 2022 and the selling price hasn't been revealed. But it won't have come cheap, that's for sure.</p>  <p>Dreamed up by London's H2 Yacht Design, the modern interiors of the boat whisper quiet luxury. The eight suites (including three VIP cabins) can collectively accommodate up to 12 guests, and there's space for 18 crew members. <em>Al Reem's</em> amenities are top-notch too, with the beach club, gym, and cinema just some of the standout features.</p>

Silent by name, silent by nature: the superyacht was sold to a mystery owner in 2022 and the selling price hasn't been revealed. But it won't have come cheap, that's for sure.

Dreamed up by London's H2 Yacht Design, the modern interiors of the boat whisper quiet luxury. The eight suites (including three VIP cabins) can collectively accommodate up to 12 guests, and there's space for 18 crew members. Al Reem's amenities are top-notch too, with the beach club, gym, and cinema just some of the standout features.

<p>Just weeks after <em>Project Toro</em> was sold in 2021, Turquoise Yachts found a buyer for <em>Project Vento</em>. As is the case with <em>Project Toro</em>, the identity of the owner and the price tag have not been divulged.</p>  <p>At 285 feet (87m) long, <em>Project Vento</em> is the largest superyacht ever built by Turquoise, with the company teaming up with long-time collaborator London's H2 Yacht Design to work on the boat's aesthetics. The result? A distinctive two-tone white and blue exterior with soft, flowing lines.</p>

Project Vento: Cost unknown

Just weeks after Project Toro was sold in 2021, Turquoise Yachts found a buyer for Project Vento . As is the case with Project Toro , the identity of the owner and the price tag have not been divulged.

At 285 feet (87m) long, Project Vento is the largest superyacht ever built by Turquoise, with the company teaming up with long-time collaborator London's H2 Yacht Design to work on the boat's aesthetics. The result? A distinctive two-tone white and blue exterior with soft, flowing lines.

<p>The interiors are just as eye-catching, with the superyacht boasting a wealth of features.</p>  <p>For the billionaire who has everything, there's a helipad that can also be used as an outdoor cinema and basketball court. But the <em>pièce de résistance</em> has to be the incredible 21-foot (6.5m) glass-sided swimming pool on the lowest deck.</p>

The interiors are just as eye-catching, with the superyacht boasting a wealth of features.

For the billionaire who has everything, there's a helipad that can also be used as an outdoor cinema and basketball court. But the pièce de résistance  has to be the incredible 21-foot (6.5m) glass-sided swimming pool on the lowest deck.

<p>With the venture cloaked in mystery, Feadship hasn't released any renders of <em>Project 1012</em> and has yet to disclose information about the team behind it.</p>  <p>Based on images of the vessel undergoing trials in December 2022, <em>Megayacht News</em> has speculated that it could be traditional in design and may feature a beach club. However, these details won't be confirmed until the superyacht is delivered sometime this year – so watch this space...</p>

Project 1012: Cost unknown

With the venture cloaked in mystery, Feadship hasn't released any renders of Project 1012 and has yet to disclose information about the team behind it.

Based on images of the vessel undergoing trials in December 2022, Megayacht News has speculated that it could be traditional in design and may feature a beach club. However, these details won't be confirmed until the superyacht is delivered sometime this year – so watch this space...

<p><em>Project 1012</em> is another Feadship superyacht that's slated for delivery in 2024.</p>  <p>The shipyard is being particularly secretive about the vessel, with details extremely sketchy. While we know that the superyacht is 300 feet (91.5m) long, further information about the vessel is next to non-existent.</p>

Project 1012 is another Feadship superyacht that's slated for delivery in 2024.

The shipyard is being particularly secretive about the vessel, with details extremely sketchy. While we know that the superyacht is 300 feet (91.5m) long, further information about the vessel is next to non-existent.

<p>Spanning 338 feet (103m), <em>Project JASSJ</em> is the third-largest of the show-stopping superyachts German shipbuilder Lürssen is delivering in 2024.</p>  <p>Sold in 2021 to an anonymous buyer for an undisclosed price, the superyacht features exterior and interior design by RWD Design. American firm Moran Yacht & Ship is overseeing the build.</p>

Project JASSJ: Cost unknown

Spanning 338 feet (103m), Project JASSJ  is the third-largest of the show-stopping superyachts German shipbuilder Lürssen is delivering in 2024.

Sold in 2021 to an anonymous buyer for an undisclosed price, the superyacht features exterior and interior design by RWD Design. American firm Moran Yacht & Ship is overseeing the build.

<p>Fantastically spacious,<em> Project JASSJ </em>can accommodate 22 guests in 11 staterooms.</p>  <p>Lürssen isn't holding back when it comes to amenities, promising an "industry-leading" beach club, as well as a swimming pool, deck Jacuzzi, top-end gym, and elevator, along with a state-of-the-art helipad and side-opening tender garage.</p>

Fantastically spacious, Project JASSJ can accommodate 22 guests in 11 staterooms.

Lürssen isn't holding back when it comes to amenities, promising an "industry-leading" beach club, as well as a swimming pool, deck Jacuzzi, top-end gym, and elevator, along with a state-of-the-art helipad and side-opening tender garage.

<p>Hot on the heels of delivering the 367-foot (112m) <em>Renaissance (NB-724)</em>, the largest ever yacht crafted in Spain (and shown here in all its glory), Freire's Galician shipyard is set to complete another whopper:<em> 105 Explorer (NB-729)</em>, which comes in at 344 feet (105m).</p>  <p><em>Renaissance</em> has been described by Burgess Yachts as a "temple of leisure" and "sanctum of tranquillity". But <em>105 Explorer (NB-729) </em>is more about adventure than relaxation...</p>

105 Explorer (NB-729): Cost unknown

Hot on the heels of delivering the 367-foot (112m) Renaissance (NB-724) , the largest ever yacht crafted in Spain (and shown here in all its glory), Freire's Galician shipyard is set to complete another whopper:  105 Explorer (NB-729) , which comes in at 344 feet (105m).

Renaissance  has been described by Burgess Yachts as a "temple of leisure" and "sanctum of tranquillity". But 105 Explorer (NB-729) is more about adventure than relaxation...

<p>The superyacht may be kitted out with all the classic creature comforts but, as a roving expedition vessel, the emphasis is on performance rather than amenities.</p>  <p>Reflecting other high-end shipbuilders, Freire has chosen to keep the price of the superyacht a secret in the interest of client confidentiality.</p>

The superyacht may be kitted out with all the classic creature comforts but, as a roving expedition vessel, the emphasis is on performance rather than amenities.

Reflecting other high-end shipbuilders, Freire has chosen to keep the price of the superyacht a secret in the interest of client confidentiality.

<p><em>Ace 21</em> is one of four show-stopping superyachts that Germany's Lürssen is delivering this year.</p>  <p>Extending over 256 feet (78m) end to end, the glamorous vessel spans five decks – the superyachts we've covered so far have just four – and has been designed to provide five-star relaxation in the world's most idyllic locations. It can accommodate up to 14 guests and a crew of 24.</p>  <p>Lürssen, which has taken care of the naval architecture, has reportedly designed the superyacht so it can cruise closer to shorelines and dock alongside paradise-style beaches and coves.</p>

Ace 21: Cost $150 million (£118m)

Ace 21 is one of four show-stopping superyachts that Germany's Lürssen is delivering this year.

Extending over 256 feet (78m) end to end, the glamorous vessel spans five decks – the superyachts we've covered so far have just four – and has been designed to provide five-star relaxation in the world's most idyllic locations. It can accommodate up to 14 guests and a crew of 24.

Lürssen, which has taken care of the naval architecture, has reportedly designed the superyacht so it can cruise closer to shorelines and dock alongside paradise-style beaches and coves.

<p><em>Ace 21</em> is all about relaxation – and its designated wellness zone, complete with an extensive spa, beach club, and deck Jacuzzi, combine to make it the perfect place to kick back, millionaire style.</p>  <p><em>SuperYachtFan</em> reports the vessel was ordered by an unnamed individual who's said to be a prominent figure in the yachting world. The site pegs <em>Ace 21</em>'s price tag at $150 million (£118m) and estimates annual running costs could stretch as high as $15 million (£12m).</p>

Ace 21 is all about relaxation – and its designated wellness zone, complete with an extensive spa, beach club, and deck Jacuzzi, combine to make it the perfect place to kick back, millionaire style.

SuperYachtFan reports the vessel was ordered by an unnamed individual who's said to be a prominent figure in the yachting world. The site pegs Ace 21 's price tag at $150 million (£118m) and estimates annual running costs could stretch as high as $15 million (£12m).

<p>On the other hand, the asking price for Feadship's <em>Project 825 </em><em>has</em> been revealed.</p>  <p>Due for delivery later in the year, the 249-foot (76m) superyacht is currently available for $186 million (£146m) via Burgess Yachts.</p>  <p>Newly-built vessels of this size and calibre are usually custom orders, so it's rare for one to come on the market. The yacht is likely to be snapped up by a member of the super-rich elite who doesn't have the patience to wait years for a bespoke job<strong>.</strong></p>

Project 825: Cost $186 million (£146m)

On the other hand, the asking price for Feadship's Project 825  has been revealed.

Due for delivery later in the year, the 249-foot (76m) superyacht is currently available for $186 million (£146m) via Burgess Yachts.

Newly-built vessels of this size and calibre are usually custom orders, so it's rare for one to come on the market. The yacht is likely to be snapped up by a member of the super-rich elite who doesn't have the patience to wait years for a bespoke job .

<p>The turnkey superyacht, which is getting its finishing touches at the Feadship Royal Van Lent shipyard in the Netherlands, has a slick two-tone exterior by Feadship's De Voogt Naval Architects. Its chic interiors are courtesy of Parisian design house Gilles & Boissier.</p>  <p><em>Project 825</em> has six staterooms with space for 12 guests, who'll have their every whim catered to by 17 crew members. Among its key selling points are an awesome glass-bottomed swimming pool and a private VIP terrace that boasts its own Jacuzzi.</p>  <p>There's also a sauna, deck gym, games room, and touch-and-go helipad, as well as an elevator. </p>

The turnkey superyacht, which is getting its finishing touches at the Feadship Royal Van Lent shipyard in the Netherlands, has a slick two-tone exterior by Feadship's De Voogt Naval Architects. Its chic interiors are courtesy of Parisian design house Gilles & Boissier.

Project 825 has six staterooms with space for 12 guests, who'll have their every whim catered to by 17 crew members. Among its key selling points are an awesome glass-bottomed swimming pool and a private VIP terrace that boasts its own Jacuzzi.

There's also a sauna, deck gym, games room, and touch-and-go helipad, as well as an elevator. 

<p>Feadship is practically churning out superyachts at the moment, with multiple deliveries scheduled this year. <em>Project 712 </em>is among them.</p>  <p>The 272-foot (83m) vessel features an exterior design by Feadship's De Voogt Naval Architects. Unlike the aforementioned<em> Project 825</em>, however, the interiors are the work of top Dutch firm Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, not French studio Gilles & Boissier.</p>

Project 712: Cost $200 million+ (£157m+)

Feadship is practically churning out superyachts at the moment, with multiple deliveries scheduled this year. Project 712 is among them.

The 272-foot (83m) vessel features an exterior design by Feadship's De Voogt Naval Architects. Unlike the aforementioned Project 825 , however, the interiors are the work of top Dutch firm Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, not French studio Gilles & Boissier.

<p>Because Feadship is selling <em>Project 825</em>, the price has been revealed – but<em> Project 712</em>'s cost is being kept firmly under wraps. Given its larger dimensions, it's likely to be even more expensive than its sister vessel.</p>  <p>The superyacht has space for up to 10 guests across its five cabins, according to <em>YachtCharterFleet,</em> and comes equipped with a wealth of billionaire-worthy amenities, including a beach club, a gym, and a deck Jacuzzi.</p>

Because Feadship is selling Project 825 , the price has been revealed – but Project 712 's cost is being kept firmly under wraps. Given its larger dimensions, it's likely to be even more expensive than its sister vessel.

The superyacht has space for up to 10 guests across its five cabins, according to YachtCharterFleet,  and comes equipped with a wealth of billionaire-worthy amenities, including a beach club, a gym, and a deck Jacuzzi.

<p>The biggest Feadship superyacht launching this year – not to mention the largest the Dutch company has ever built – is <em>Project 821</em>, which spans 390 feet (119m).</p>  <p>Feadship is being as secretive about this superyacht as it is with <em>Project 1012</em>, with very few details known about it. </p>

Project 821: Cost $200 million+ (£157m+)

The biggest Feadship superyacht launching this year – not to mention the largest the Dutch company has ever built – is  Project 821 , which spans 390 feet (119m).

Feadship is being as secretive about this superyacht as it is with Project 1012 , with very few details known about it. 

<p>The exterior design is characterised by soft lines, and there's a capacious beach club to the rear of the superyacht that leads down to a swimming platform... And that's all we know. </p>  <p>Both the buyer and the price of <em>Project 821</em> are being kept hush-hush, though the superyacht is likely to have cost considerably more than the smaller <em>Project 825</em>, which is on the market for $186 million (£146m).</p>

The exterior design is characterised by soft lines, and there's a capacious beach club to the rear of the superyacht that leads down to a swimming platform... And that's all we know. 

Both the buyer and the price of  Project 821 are being kept hush-hush, though the superyacht is likely to have cost considerably more than the smaller Project 825 , which is on the market for $186 million (£146m).

<p>The second-biggest of Lürssen's four superyachts expected to launch this year,<em> Project Deep Blue</em> may not be delivered to its owner until 2025, according to several expert forecasts.</p>  <p>Details about the project are scant. Even the final length of the superyacht is uncertain, but it's believed to measure at least 427 feet (130m).</p>

Project Deep Blue: Cost $450 million (£354m)

The second-biggest of Lürssen's four superyachts expected to launch this year, Project Deep Blue may not be delivered to its owner until 2025, according to several expert forecasts.

Details about the project are scant. Even the final length of the superyacht is uncertain, but it's believed to measure at least 427 feet (130m).

<p>No doubt the owner is delighted with the sophisticated exterior design, which bears similarities to Lürssen's <em>Ahpo</em> (now named<em> Lady Jorgia).</em> </p>  <p><em>SuperYachtFan </em>reports <em>Project Deep Blue</em> is expected to accommodate 24 guests and a crew of 45. It estimates the vessel would cost a staggering $450 million (£353m), with punishing yearly running costs of $45 million (£35m). The website has vaguely identified the owner as an Indian or Chinese billionaire.</p>

No doubt the owner is delighted with the sophisticated exterior design, which bears similarities to Lürssen's Ahpo (now named Lady Jorgia).  

SuperYachtFan reports Project Deep Blue is expected to accommodate 24 guests and a crew of 45. It estimates the vessel would cost a staggering $450 million (£353m), with punishing yearly running costs of $45 million (£35m). The website has vaguely identified the owner as an Indian or Chinese billionaire.

<p>The biggest of Lürssen's four show-stopping superyachts hitting the water in 2024, <em>Project Luminance</em> spans a whopping 475 feet (145m), making it almost as long as three Olympic-sized swimming pools.</p>  <p>The superyacht was originally slated for completion last year, but the delivery date has since been put back. A masterpiece of nautical design, <em>Project Luminance</em> wows thanks to its exterior by Monaco-based Espen Øino and equally elegant interiors by French studio Zuretti Interior Design.</p>

Project Luminance: Cost $500 million (£392m)

The biggest of Lürssen's four show-stopping superyachts hitting the water in 2024, Project Luminance spans a whopping 475 feet (145m), making it almost as long as three Olympic-sized swimming pools.

The superyacht was originally slated for completion last year, but the delivery date has since been put back. A masterpiece of nautical design, Project Luminance wows thanks to its exterior by Monaco-based Espen Øino and equally elegant interiors by French studio Zuretti Interior Design.

<p><em>Project Luminance</em> is estimated to accommodate as many as 24 guests across 12 opulent staterooms. Amenities are fantastically lavish, with the vessel reportedly boasting two helipads and a massive swimming pool, which comes complete with an adjacent dip pool.</p>  <p>Reported to cost in excess of $500 million (£392m),<em> Project Luminance</em> was commissioned by Rinat Akhmetov, the richest person in Ukraine.</p>  <p>A report in<em> The New York Times</em> in 2022 suggested Akhmetov was considering selling the vessel in light of Russia's invasion of his home country. Still, it appears the billionaire might have decided to keep it for now. And who can blame him?</p>

Project Luminance is estimated to accommodate as many as 24 guests across 12 opulent staterooms. Amenities are fantastically lavish, with the vessel reportedly boasting two helipads and a massive swimming pool, which comes complete with an adjacent dip pool.

Reported to cost in excess of $500 million (£392m), Project Luminance was commissioned by Rinat Akhmetov, the richest person in Ukraine.

A report in The New York Times in 2022 suggested Akhmetov was considering selling the vessel in light of Russia's invasion of his home country. Still, it appears the billionaire might have decided to keep it for now. And who can blame him?

<p>Putting this year's other launches firmly in the shade, <em>Somnio </em>spans a colossal 728 feet (222m), making it the largest superyacht ever built.</p>  <p>The world's first "yacht-liner", this $600 million (£470m) floating palace for the mega-rich is billed as "the most exclusive address in the world" and will cruise the planet's iconic yachting destinations, from Monaco to French Polynesia.</p>  <p><em>Somnio </em>features 39 luxe private residences and a wealth of "six-star" amenities, including an enormous resort-style swimming pool, premium spa, opulent cinema, gourmet restaurants, 10,000-bottle wine cellar, and a library.</p>

Somnio: Cost $600 million (£470m)

Putting this year's other launches firmly in the shade, Somnio spans a colossal 728 feet (222m), making it the largest superyacht ever built.

The world's first "yacht-liner", this $600 million (£470m) floating palace for the mega-rich is billed as "the most exclusive address in the world" and will cruise the planet's iconic yachting destinations, from Monaco to French Polynesia.

Somnio features 39 luxe private residences and a wealth of "six-star" amenities, including an enormous resort-style swimming pool, premium spa, opulent cinema, gourmet restaurants, 10,000-bottle wine cellar, and a library.

<p>Nearing completion at Norway's Vard shipyard, the six-deck nautical extravaganza is a collaboration between Somnio, Fincantieri, and Vard, while Tillberg Design of Sweden and the UK's Winch Design have looked after the interior design.</p>  <p>The potential occupants of the 39 apartments are being carefully hand-picked. On offer are units with two to four bedrooms, with the option to fully customise them with the likes of a gym, personal kitchen, library, and more.</p>  <p>Those lucky enough to get a <em>Somnio</em> invite can expect to pay from $22 million (£17m) to secure a cabin in the elite vessel, with service charges likely to be sky-high too.</p>  <p><strong>Liked this? Click on the Follow button above for more great stories from loveEXPLORING</strong></p>

Nearing completion at Norway's Vard shipyard, the six-deck nautical extravaganza is a collaboration between Somnio, Fincantieri, and Vard, while Tillberg Design of Sweden and the UK's Winch Design have looked after the interior design.

The potential occupants of the 39 apartments are being carefully hand-picked. On offer are units with two to four bedrooms, with the option to fully customise them with the likes of a gym, personal kitchen, library, and more.

Those lucky enough to get a Somnio invite can expect to pay from $22 million (£17m) to secure a cabin in the elite vessel, with service charges likely to be sky-high too.

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