With the Mediterranean cruising season just around the corner, prospective buyers hoping to spend the summer on board their own superyacht will need to start looking as soon as possible. To kickstart the search, Moravia Yachting has reviewed the market and curated a selection of superyachts currently for sale and in turnkey condition – ready to take a new owner cruising this summer.
73m Admiral expedition yacht Planet Nine
Asking price: €85,000,000
Delivered in 2018, Planet Nine features a rugged and utilitarian exterior design by Tim Heywood. Built for off-the-beaten-track cruising, the yacht is Lloyd’s Register Ice Class 1D, equipped with dynamic positioning and zero speed stabilisers for comfort at anchor and features a commercially approved helideck with enclosed, below-deck hangar and refuelling facility. The interior, designed by Tino Zervudachi, provides accommodation for 16 guests in eight staterooms.
70m Benetti motoryacht Alfa
Asking price: €72,000,000
Delivered in 2020, Alfa features exterior design by Benetti and interior design by Laura Pomponi. With accommodation for 12 guests in six double cabins across six decks, one of the yacht’s key features is an entire deck dedicated to the owner with outdoor access and an interior stairway. She won Best Displacement Motor Yacht Between 1,000gt and 1,599gt at the 2021 World Superyacht Awards.
33m Benetti motoryacht Odyssey III
Asking price: £6,250,000
There are few yachts that can truly claim the title of ’timeless classic’ but the 33m Odyssey III is one of them. Built by Benetti in 1967 and almost completely rebuilt at Pendennis Shipyard in a two-year long refit, Odyssey III now bears all the charm of her pedigree heritage with the benefit of all-modern systems and superyacht lifestyle luxuries. The yacht is MCA compliant for charter and available for viewing in Palma.