Power Yachts For Sale 100+ Feet

DESTINATION FOX HARB'R TOO

161ft   Trinity  2008
$17,900,000 Location: Halifax, NS, CANADA

DESTINATION FOX HARB'R TOO stands out from the ten close sisterships delivered by Trinity Yachts over a five-year period. Award winning yacht designer, Patrick Knowles, created a warm, contemporary interior for her experienced yachtsman owner that features an abundance of natural light, which accents the stunning woodwork, natural stone and gorgeous fabrics, culminating in a casual and friendly environment throughout the yacht.

ASTERIA

161ft   Anastasiadis Shipyards  1970
$14,995,000 Location: Imperia, ITALY

ASTERIA is the ideal combination of a go-anywhere, rugged expedition yacht with the interior, services and staff of a world-class super yacht. With a range of 6,000 + nautical miles and vast storage capacity, she can take you to the remotest corners of the world in comfort and unique style. Originally an ocean going salvage tug, she was converted in New Zealand in 2002 and has been continuously upgraded ever since.

DIONE SKY

151ft   Palmer Johnson  1996
$15,000,000 Location: Barcelona, SPAIN

DIONE SKY, the iconic expedition yacht designed by Vripack and built by Palmer Johnson, is ready to go absolutely anywhere in comfort and safety. Luxurious accommodations for ten, with robust equipment and many recent upgrades. She has an impressive history of expedition cruising, including the honor of being the first motor yacht to circumnavigate the North American Continent unaided, with a successful transit of the North West Passage.

SIRENUSE

126ft   Feadship  1978
$4,950,000 Location: Blue Hill, ME, USA

SIRENUSE is a true classic Feadship with a range of 4,500 nautical miles. Now offered for sale for the first time since a major 2004 year-long refit brought her back to her former glory. Unusual in the Feadship fleet, the current owners used the boat extensively for marine research. With four young children on board, their teacher, and many visiting marine biologists, they studied the whales in the Bay of Fundy, sharks in the Pacific Ocean, and the waters of the Galapagos.

ZEEPAARD

122ft   JFA Expedition  2003
€10,950,000 Location: New York, NY, USA

ZEEPAARD is one of the most well-traveled expedition yachts on the planet. She was designed with the intention of circumnavigating the globe, which is exactly what her owner has done, exploring 39 countries over 50,000 miles in three adventurous years. Her full displacement hull and extremely well-engineered mechanical systems are designed with built-in redundancy. A flared, bulbous bow enhances her performance, while active stabilizers provide excellent heavy-weather capability and seakindly motion.

GRAND CRU III

118ft   Benetti Sail Division  2009
€5,500,000 Location: Nice, FRANCE

Built in 2008 by the renowned Benetti Sail Division shipyard in Italy to the superb designs of P.B. Behage, GRAND CRU III was constructed in steel for strength and safety combined with a hull designed for efficient fuel economy and maximum comfort when underway. With three levels of spacious accommodation, the elegant lounging and salon areas offer a sumptuous experience. GRAND CRU III boasts 7-1/2’ of headroom in every guest area and on all decks. Her impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make her the ideal charter yacht for socializing and entertaining with family and friends.

INDIGO

105ft   CBI Navi  1998
$4,495,000 Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA

INDIGO is a very well-proven global cruiser, having recently completed a world circumnavigation, including circling North and South America. Her full-displacement steel hull offers comfort and safety at sea. The fact that INDIGO has circumnavigated the globe with her owners onboard, including during ocean crossings, is a true testament to her real capabilities. With a 4,000 nm range, her fuel and water capacities allow for extended periods of cruising and extra-long passages.

WISTING

103ft   Voldnes Explorer  2007
€2,300,000 Location: SPAIN

WISTING was originally commissioned by the Norwegian Navy as HM5. She was built in Norway with Ice Class (expired) as one of six Wisting Class naval supply vessels. The conversion of WISTING fulfilled the current owner's ambition to create a sturdy and versatile yacht with innovative engineering features, capable and equipped for world cruising and accordant to MCA and Lloyds Class. The conversion included replacement of the superstructure and of all mechanical and electrical systems apart from the rudder and steering gear.