For some veteran yacht brokers, the rarified niche of 100-foot-plus sailing vessels has never been hotter.
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The go-anywhere ‘Ragnar’ has the most advanced ice-class hull in yachting, but with a stylized, wood interior that looks like a medieval castle.
‘Fair Lady’ has been meticulously restored to look like a 1920s Art Nouveau showpiece, but without sacrificing modern comforts.
Push a button and the turbine kicks in, which is yachting’s equivalent of light speed.
Besides an ice-class hull, “Olivia” has a “monkey island” that betrays traces of her Cold War past.
The agency selling “Hasna,” a 239-ft. Feadship priced at $100.6 million, sees it as a way for prospective buyers to cut to the chase. It also lets the rest of us see what the new owner is buying.
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While owners typically wait five years for their custom builds, the Benetti “Luminosity” was listed just weeks before her scheduled delivery to her owner.
Charter brokers are working with yacht owners and clients to reschedule charters for later in the season after the Covid-19 threat recedes.
The sleek vessel was previously owned by media giant Rupert Murdoch.