Price reduction on ARTISAN

Published 03 April 2024

*Updated asking price: with the yacht having just completed her five-year survey, the seller has instructed a significant EUR 5,250,000 price reduction to attract offers and see the yacht sold before the summer season. ARTISAN is now asking EUR 59,750,000. 

The 63m (206.7ft) motor yacht ARTISAN has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure built to Lloyd’s classification and MCA compliance, and delivered by Benetti in 2019. With exteriors by Giorgio Cassetta and 1,245GT interiors by Bannenberg & Rowell, she won two awards including Displacement Motor Yacht 1000-1499GT at the World Superyacht Awards 2020. Last refitted late in 2022 and currently a sought-after Burgess charter yacht, she presents in as-new condition.

The sun deck's gym and yoga studio

She ticks every box in terms of in-demand contemporary design features. On the sun deck there is a climate-controlled gym and yoga studio with elevated views with an intimate observation lounge forward and balcony aft.

The 30-degree offset transforms the beach club experience

The beach club, complete with sea-level lounge, bar and dayhead, opens on three sides and uniquely, like the main saloon and sky lounge, is set at a 30-degree angle to the centreline, presenting two sea views in a single glance.

The owner's suite has private access to the lounge and helipad

A vast 160sqm (1,720sqft) upper deck owner’s suite has wraparound views in the bedroom suite. Views forward look across a private lounge, to which the owners have direct access, and the touch-and-go helipad forward. This also serves as an adaptable sun lounge, games deck or entertainment space.

The owner's private lounge

Aft of the bedroom suite there are separate his-and-hers bathrooms, one with bathtub and the other with a steam shower, and both have their own walk-in wardrobes. Further aft still is a generously sized private lounge.

An elevator serves lower to bridge decks

A spiral staircase winds around a glass elevator that services lower to bridge decks. Either of these takes you down to the main deck lobby. A door forward to starboard opens into a children’s playroom and forward of that is a convertible en suite cabin that serves as a children’s cabin.

The nanny's suite, which doubles as a massage room, has a fold-down balcony

To port of this is a nanny’s cabin, finished to guest standards and also en suite, complete with a fold-down balcony. Though the nanny cabin also serves as a massage suite, the two cabins could be reconfigured to serve as a full-beam VIP suite with its own lounge, balcony and two en suites. Four double cabins on the lower deck, two of which have additional berths, complete accommodation for upto 16 guests in seven cabins.

Looking aft in the main saloon

The main saloon has formal dining forward with wine cellars either side. Aft of that is the 30-degree offset main saloon, with backgammon table and slide-out 65in TV.

Lounging on the main deck aft

Sliding glass doors open onto the main deck aft that has a U-shaped sofas and armchairs around a coffee table and internal steps lead down to the beach club. To starboard a walkway leads to the foredeck lounge and helipad.

The sky lounge, with bar and piano, joins with the outside dining to create a large entertainment space

The offset sky lounge has U-shaped sofas facing a carved white marble bar, fully equipped and including a humidor. A baby grand piano, games table and cinema sound system present all sorts of options as an entertainment space.

An openm-air dining space that can be used comfortably in cold weather thanks to built-in heating

Outside is open-air dining shaded by the overhang and two L-shaped sun lounges aft. Ceramic heaters built into the deckhead allow for comfortable al fresco dining even in cold weather.

Bar, dining, sun lounge and jacuzzi on the bridge deck aft

Up on the bridge deck is a second open-air dining option, shaded by the overhang and set to starboard, opposite a fully equipped bar and a Teppanyaki grill for the full chef’s table experience. Aft there is more lounge seating and two sunpads either side of a raised jacuzzi.

A large swim platform and inflatable terraces create a large watersports space

The tender and toy garage is behind shell doors forward on the main deck, storing two tenders and an extensive collection of toys including a huge inflatable pool, dock and water park.

ARTISAN has a range of 5,000nm and zero speed stabilisers

Twin 1,810hp MTU diesel engines give her a top speed of 16 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,000nm at her passage speed of 12 knots. Stabilisers ensure comfort underway and at anchor.

We are delighted to present ARTISAN for sale with an asking price of EUR 59,750,000 following a major EUR 5,250,000 price reduction. The yacht is cruising in the South of France, fulfilling her charter commitments with rates from EUR 645,000 per week, but is available for inspection in Monaco with some notice. Please contact a Burgess broker to find out more.

To find out more about Burgess’ yachts for sale and yachts for charter, please contact a Burgess broker. Alternatively, get in touch with one of our offices directly: LondonMonacoNew YorkMiamiSingapore or all other locations.

Yachts, prices and availability are correct at the time of publication.

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