Sailing Yachts For Sale 61-99 Feet


98ft   Hodgdon 98' Pilothouse Ketch  2006
$5,450,000 Location: Palm Beach, FL, USA

Launched in 2006 by Fontaine Design Group and Hodgdon Yachts of East Boothbay, Maine, WINDCREST is a classically inspired ketch that epitomizes the combined talents of designer and builder. Her clean sheer lines and graceful overhang are topped off by a beautifully proportioned and powerful ketch rig. Her spacious and comfortable interior offers a luxurious home away from home, suitable for families or formal entertaining. Proving to be well-equipped and adept at both coastal cruising and offshore endeavors, WINDCREST has spent summers cruising New England, and winters in the Caribbean.


95ft   Cookson Performance Sailboat  1998
$4,100,000 Location: Newport, RI, USA

SORCERER II was conceived by an experienced yachtsman who wanted not just a world cruising yacht, but one capable of handling extremes of latitude, from equatorial heat and humidity to latitudes between 60 and 70 degrees. SORCERER II's construction is light for performance, but very strong, with Kevlar and -glass laminates, epoxy bonding and carefully chosen core materials.


92ft   Hood Fontaine  2004
$2,300,000 Location: Bahamas

Price Further Reduced Designed for global adventuring, CABOCHON is unique. She has a raised pilothouse with inside steering station, shoal draft and a foil-shaped centerboard for upwind performance under sail. Construction is fiberglass with laminates of Kevlar for strength and rigidity. With her Hood/Fontaine low-wetted surface hull form, there is unparalleled volume below decks.


92ft   Palmer Johnson  1985
$1,395,000 Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

Priced to Sell! SUNDAY MORNING is a well-proven world cruiser from the design board of John G. Alden Naval Architects and the respected pedigree of the renowned Palmer Johnson Yard. She offers everything a bluewater sailor would need: protected helm station, long range, shallow draft, spacious five-stateroom layout, modern sail handling equipment and above-average sailing performance. Following a very extensive refit completed in 2013, SUNDAY MORNING is now one of the most complete and up-to-date yachts of her size one will find anywhere.


90ft   Gunboat  2010
$0 Location: Cruising Caribbean

The GUNBOAT 90 SUNSHINE has set the bar for luxury sailing at race-boat speeds. Without a doubt, SUNSHINE is one of the fastest-sailing superyachts on the water.

In 8 knots true wind, SUNSHINE can go 12 knots upwind. In trade conditions, upwind speeds of 15-17 knots are easily achieved, and off-wind sailing can be in the high 20’s. Her draft offers a minimum of 4’-7” with board up and a maximum of 10’-8” with board down.


90ft   Truly Classic 90 Hoek Design  2009
€3,600,000 Location: Palma, Spain

ATALANTE was the second TC (Truly Classic) 90 built by Claasen Jachtbouw in the Netherlands. Launched in 2009, she is the ultimate family cruiser where both comfort and sailing performance are achieved. Her interior layout makes for the perfect family cruising yacht and she has also proven to be a very attractive and successful charter yacht.


83ft   Camper and Nicholsons  1987
$795,000 Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA

Recognized in many different ports around the world, MUSTANG has a fame all her own. She was originally built for an experienced American yachtsman. The hull is the well-known, fast hull of Doug Peterson’s Ocean 80 series built at Southern Ocean Shipyard. To incorporate a large lazarette, the boat was extended three feet, then taken for fitting out to world-class Camper & Nicholsons Shipyard.


82ft   Alia Yachts Custom Warwick Sloop  2011
$3,495,000 Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL

The second in the 82LK Series by Warwick Yacht Design, launched in late 2011. Raised pilothouse and extremely versatile cabin layout for day/night configuration. Built to very high specifications with carbon rig and in-boom furling. Her hydraulically controlled lifting keel allows her to cruise in shallow waters. With keel down, she is a powerful competitive racer. Ready for world cruising. She gives comparably-sized yachts a good run for their money.


80ft   Kanter 80' Chuck Paine Design S/Y  2001
€995,000 Location: Spain

At the time of construction, FRUITION ranked as the largest and fastest of Chuck Paine’s Bermuda series. She was designed and built for the present owner as a replacement for his previous 67 ft. aluminum ketch, which he had personally sailed in a circumnavigation. Ketch rig was still his choice and the new yacht had to be fast, so weight-saving was an important consideration. Thus FRUITION has a long 73 ft. waterline, which increases by about 4 ft. as soon as she moves. The only teak laid area on deck is the cockpit.


80ft   Kelly Archer Cruising Ketch  2003
$1,450,000 Location: West Palm Beach, FL, USA

LEONORE is a totally custom yacht designed by Chuck Paine and built by Kelly Archer of New Zealand, one of the best builders in the world for this type of yacht. Every detail of LEONORE was coordinated with the owner's vast experience while he lived full time in New Zealand during her construction. The honey teak interior has a large owner's cabin aft, with ensuite and deck access. The galley and companionway lead to a cathedral saloon and pilothouse. Forward is a crew cabin and double guest cabin, both with ensuites. The aluminum ketch has a beam of 20 ft.


77ft   Jongert 20T  1994
$1,850,000 Location: Valencia, Spain

The latter of this very successful Jongert 20T range. Excellent condition with well-proven layout. Owner’s cabin, two guest cabins, plus one crew cabin. Recent refit and entire vessel painted. BALTIC DREAM is lying in Valencia, Spain, ready for her next adventure.


77ft   Nautor's Swan  1992
$1,200,000 Location: St. Maarten, Caribbean

Price Further Reduced This Frers-designed Swan 77 deftly combines superb sailing performance with a luxurious and versatile five stateroom layout typically found on much larger yachts. In the past six years LA FORZA DEL DESTINO has benefited greatly from an extensive list of upgrades including new engine (2016), hull paint, new teak decks, all new mast, boom, rigging, sails and canvas; generator, electrical components, engine


76ft   Franchini Yachts Nauta  2001
$1,650,000 Location: San Diego, CA, USA

ZULU was custom designed through a collaboration of Doug Peterson Naval Architects and Nauta Yachts and built at the Franchini Shipyard. A bluewater fast cruising sloop with classic lines and traditional deck house for oceangoing safety and comfort, her interior is dominated by a salon which is divided into two areas. One area is raised and includes the panoramic dinette, while the lower includes the galley and navigation areas. The continuity between the cockpit and the salon creates a large, light space. The owner and guest accommodations are aft and forward.


76ft   Baltic Custom 76 Cutter  1986
$995,000 Location: Stonington, CT, USA

Designed by Pieter Beeldsnijder, TABASCO is an exceptional performance cruising yacht intended for short-handed sailing and with shoal draft capabilities, so you'll never be limited by lack of crew or depth. TABASCO has been maintained professionally in top condition since new; she recently spent the winter at Front Street Shipyard in Maine to get a new generator, A/C units, bottom paint with epoxy barrier coat, and much more. TABASCO has been actively cruised, proving her abilities to cross oceans and function as a self-sustained cruising home in many of the most exotic places in the world.


75ft   Little Harbor Pilothouse  1982
$750,000 Location: Dania, FL, USA

Price Further Reduced KAHUNA is an outstanding example of the Ted Hood-designed Little Harbor 75. Her many appealing features include twin steering stations, pilothouse, large cockpit for entertaining, side walk-throughs for easy access to main deck, private owner’s cockpit aft, three large owner/guest cabins, spacious crew cabin forward and immaculate walk-in engine room.


74ft   Oyster 72  2009
$2,395,000 Location: Antigua & Barbuda

MAGRATHEA is absolutely stunning inside and out, with black carbon rig and fully-battened mainsail for fast passage making and fun around the buoys too. Privately owned and always captain-maintained, this 72 has an enviable charter record. Three cabins aft, with large VIP suite forward.


73ft   Royal Huisman Custom Henry Scheel  1991
$1,100,000 Location: Phuket, Thailand

CORO CORO was built by Royal Huisman, leaders in custom sailing yachts. Renowned naval architect Henry Scheel designed CORO CORO, which was named for the tropical Scarlet Ibis. This exceptional blue-water cruiser has crossed the Pacific Ocean three times under her own keel.

CORO CORO offers an exceptionally comfortable ride. She is easily sailed in all types of weather conditions and also can be sailed shorthanded. CORO CORO has been meticulously upgraded and maintained throughout her life. She recently received a full rig overhaul.


73ft   Ron Holland Opus 73  1998
$1,900,000 Location: Rhode Island, USA

After a two year refit at Lyman-Morse, VOLARE is better than new. Every system has been replaced, refurbished or reconditioned. The engine room was made bare, redesigned for greater ease of servicing and refitted with all new mechanicals, engines and systems. Every section of this boat has been reviewed by the Lyman Morse staff of naval architects, master electricians, plumbers and mechanics. With new decks, paint and more, VOLARE will shine in any harbor. Coupled with her classic lines, VOLARE is a stunning example of timeless beauty. Let her show you the world.


72ft   Southern Wind Shipyards  1993
$595,000 Location: RI, USA

Fast, comfortable, with twin cockpits and spacious, open and bright raised salon. Her three ensuite owner/guest cabins sleep six. The private owner’s cabin has a centerline king berth aft. Separate crew quarters forward. CAMPAI is well-suited for either family world cruising or to continue her extremely successful career in the charter trade. Her design brings together a perfect balance of performance under sail, comfortable accommodations and entertaining areas on deck and below and seawise attributes that simply make her an ideal home on the water, in port or far out to sea.


72ft   Dixon 72  2003
€999,000 Location: Israel

GRAY LADY is a custom-made, thoroughly modern sailing yacht with timeless styling. An exceptional cruising vessel - powerful, but easy to manage shorthanded. Her interior is comfortable and welcoming, with three guest cabins and one extremely spacious cabin for up to four crew. Designed by the reknowned Bill Dixon and beautifully built in New Zealand by Vaudrey Miller. Constructed in epoxy composites with a layer of Kevlar reinforcement below the waterline.
GRAY LADY had a complete new paint job recently.


70ft   Hoek Design Semi-classic Sloop  2003
€1,385,000 Location: Denia, Spain

JAN DE VRIES is a 70ft Hoek Design semi-classic sloop built by Holland Jachtbouw in 2003, refitted in 2006. She was designed for a discerning yachtsman who wanted to cruise the world in complete comfort, but if necessary, short-handed and without crew. She is built for long ocean crossings and expeditions. Her three separate cabins and two large saloons ensure that the owner and guests have all the space and comfort they need. She has a low coach roof, which provides extra head room in the superstructure.


70ft   Hylas 70  2010
$1,490,000 Location: St. Maarten, Caribbean

VOO DOO is a fine example of the Frers-designed Hylas 70, current flagship of the popular and highly respected Hylas Yacht Series, built on a semi-custom basis to the highest standards. Fully automated push-button sail handling systems allow for easy shorthanded sailing, and her long list of additional options includes air, generator, bow thruster, water maker and an extensive package of navigation and entertainment electronics.

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70ft   Hinckley Sou'wester 70  2003
$1,995,000 Location: Southwest Harbor, ME, USA

Price Reduced BLUE MUSE is the absolute best and most recent of her kind afloat. Hull Number Five of (5) hulls in the Sou’wester series, BLUE MUSE performs better than all other SW70s. Unlike her sister hulls with in-mast furling systems, she boasts hydraulic furling carbon booms, which provide for more sail area and better sail shape, and a tall main mast that stands 93’ over the water. She draws 8’ with her centerboard up and 18’ with board down.


69ft   Stephens Waring and White Cruiser/Racer Sloop  2011
$1,700,000 Location: Camden, ME, USA

Designed by Stephens Waring and White, and built by Brooklin Boat Yard in Brooklin, Maine, ISOBEL has exceeded expectations. Visually, she is a unique blend of traditional and contemporary design, which is functionally complemented with outstanding performance and exceptional comfort. Her split-level cockpit affords plenty of room to sail the boat well, without interfering with the lower forward cockpit with its comfortable seating and drop-leaf table.


65ft   Oyster 655  2008
$1,900,000 Location: Newport, RI, USA

Tastefully appointed and well maintained. Her modern performance design of narrow entry forward and wide sections aft make her a powerful, stable and quick-cruising platform, capable of taking passengers and payload anywhere in style, speed, comfort and safety. MATAWAI can be sailed by two, but also has room for crew. On-deck a large lazarette and forward sail locker provide ample room for all the cruising toys, such as scuba gear, inflatable SUPs, compressors, downwind sails, spare anchors and fenders.


65ft   Custom Wylie/Nish Pilothouse Cutter  1984
$425,000 Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

SEQUOIA is a beautiful, built-for-voyaging sailing vessel. Designed and engineered to cruise in style, comfort and safety, she is easily handled by a small crew. Her mainsail has in-boom furling and her headsails are roller furling. Her high-spec steel hull and protected cockpit/pilothouse offer rugged security rarely matched in a sailboat of her genre. Add SEQUOIA’s shoal draft, keel-centerboard underbody and upwind sailing performance, and you have what in total is a remarkable vessel.


65ft   Kanter 65 Pilothouse Bouganvillea  2005
$799,000 Location: Enroute from Grenada

Launched in summer 2005, TE MANA is a custom design based upon C. W. Paine's fast-sailing “Bouganvillea” series. When inspecting the boat, the main tenets in design become evident. Fast, easily sailed by two, incredible pilothouse views, quiet, bomb-proof commercial engine, walkability on decks and below, and easy deployment of an oversized tender. TE MANA is arguably the nicest boat that Kanter Yachts of Ontario, Canada has ever built. Her fit and finish exceed what had been demanded


64ft   Baltic 64 Centerboard  1990
€650,000 Location: Spain

The Baltic 64 TANASSA is a bluewater cruiser designed by Sparkman & Stephens, with eye-catching, classic lines and fully equipped to go anywhere, even with a small crew. TANASSA was built in 1990, and since 1996, cared for by her present meticulous owner. The yacht offers two cockpits with two companionways, with all lines and sheets leading to the aft cockpit. The rig is a Reckmann furling mast with hydraulic Reckmann genoa and staysail furlers. She is equipped with the very rare bronze centerboard keel, which allows one to reduce the draft hydraulically from 13’-8” to 6’.


63ft   Hylas 63  2014
$1,595,000 Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

BENE VIVERE represents the latest addition to the popular Hylas Yacht series, offering a proven Frers-designed hull and a powerful sail plan to ensure spirited performance and fast, comfortable offshore passagemaking. Her twin-helm cockpit design and push-button sail handling systems make for easy shorthanded sailing, with a spacious four-cabin interior layout ideal for family and friends. Ease of handling and life on board is further enhanced by twin bow and stern thrusters, air, generator and an extensive list of galley, navigational and entertainment equipment.


63ft   Dixon 63  2001
$650,000 Location: Palma, Spain

Amazing composite sailing yacht with high spec for serious cruising, DULCINEA is perfect for family sailing or with crew. Built by Vaudrey Miller to great designs from Bill Dixon, her first owner’s brief was to deliver a yacht that could be easily sailed by a crew of two, but one which would also have ample room for guests and good crew accommodations for either easy sailing or charter. She was built to comply with MCA Category 2. Under her current ownership she has been substantially improved and updated - she gleams.


63ft   Oyster 625 Deck Saloon  2011
$1,700,000 Location: Tortola, BVI

The Oyster 625 is part of Oyster Marine’s current model line, taking the place of the highly successful Oyster 62, of which 21 hulls were made. Perhaps the most notable feature of the 625 series are the vertical “sea-scape” hull port windows. A concept derived from much larger superyachts, this feature creates an amazing view to the outside world from down below. The new hull design has a narrow entry with beam carried aft making for a fast, comfortable ride at sea with the buoyancy needed for a long-distance cruising load carrier.


63ft   Oyster 63 Pilot Saloon  1998
$795,000 Location: Camden, Maine, USA

Price Reduced Imagine being completely at ease at 2 o’clock in the morning as you sail MORNING STAR across the Atlantic, heading for the Azores. This is precisely what she was built for.

With safety and comfort in mind, the owners of MORNING STAR worked with the team at Oyster Yachts to create the ideal vessel capable of taking them anywhere in the world. They outfitted her with robust and redundant equipment, from the dual Maxwell 3500 windlasses to the twin helms equipped with two Robertson auto-pilots.


62ft   Oyster 62 Deck Saloon  2009
$1,050,000 Location: Portsmouth, RI, USA

GRETEL is the most recent Oyster 62 built. She features the modern “curved” deck saloon window styling not found on older models. Her construction is of single skin, hand-laid fiberglass with epoxy-laid teak decks. The four-cabin interior is crown-cut oak joinery, which is both durable and bright. She had many upgrades in 2014 when she was purchased by her current owners.


62ft   Little Harbor 62  1981
$695,000 Location: Stuart, FL, USA

Price Reduced AURORA is a stunning example of the respected and well-proven Little Harbor 62 series. She is most certainly the best Little Harbor 62 available and likely the best floating. She shows like a new boat inside and out. Her current owner completed a full comprehensive year-long refit in 2012/2013, where no part of the boat was left untouched. A prior refit in 2006, included new engines, electronics and other equipment. AURORA has excellent potential as a charter yacht and will not disappoint upon inspection.


62ft   Oyster Marine  2001
$1,395,000 Location: Portsmouth, RI, USA

VENTURE was the dream yacht of a professional mariner and interior design couple. The boat was built as a retirement platform to spend time exploring with family and friends in comfort, safety and luxury.

Many details were incorporated, such as her performance carbon fiber mast, hydraulic headsails, extensive safety equipment, high-gloss interior teak finish, additional soundproofing in engine and machinery areas, gourmet galley, entertainment systems in all cabins, offshore communications, satellite TV and numerous cruising spares.