Burgess is looking forward to welcoming brokers and clients to The Superyacht Show where we have no fewer than nine yachts on display. These total over 500m in length with a collective asking price of over EUR 450,000,000.
Please contact your Burgess broker in advance to arrange a viewing of one or more of these yachts or visit the appointments desk at our stand, No.5, on the day.
Commissioned and owned by an experienced yacht owner, SECRET has consistently been operated and maintained to a very high standard. She can accommodate 12 guests in six cabins with an additional guest-finished cabin with accommodation for three children or staff. Among her other features, SECRET is equipped with a cinema, gym, elevator, massage room, and generous VIP cabin. Her vibrant interior is designed by Jim Harris and her striking exterior by Sam Sorgiovanni.
Length: 82.3m (270ft)
Build: 2013, Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany
Asking price: EUR 119,000,000
Designed inside and out by Reymond Langton Design, she has been used only privately since new when she was nominated as a finalist in the 2009 World Superyacht Awards. The owner's suite has panoramic views forward, a separate office, his and hers bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, and a private portuguese bridge with outside seating. She accommodates 14 further guests in two VIP cabins, three guest double cabins, one guest twin cabin, plus a guest/staff double cabin.
Length: 78.4m (257.2ft)
Build: 2008, Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany
Asking price: EUR 80,000,000
She has De Voogt naval architecture and interiors by UK studio Rodney Black Design. Her sundeck features a panoramic air-conditioned dining room, bar and lounge and a helideck. On the main deck aft is an 18,000-litre infinity pool and in the main saloon is a formal dining room to port and a fully-equipped bar to starboard with large folding balconies either side. The owner’s private deck has a gym and observation lounge and she welcomes eight further guests in four lower deck cabins.
Length: 68m (223.1ft)
Build: 2010, Feadship, Royal Van Lent, The Netherlands
Asking price: USD 69,000,000
Her minimalist interior by Newcruise Design flows seamlessly through to abundant outdoor spaces. With a large beach club, sundeck jacuzzi and extensively equipped garage including a dive room, two tenders and much more, she is equally at home in the Med or remote regions of the Pacific. Refitted in 2014, her owner has invested significantly in her maintenance, including a full repaint in 2016. She accommodates 12 guests in a full-beam master suite, three double cabins and a twin cabin.
Length: 68m (223.1ft)
Build: 2006 (refit 2014), Nobiskrug, Germany
Asking price: EUR 44,900,000 (EU VAT paid)
Michael Leach Design styled both her classic interior and sleek exterior. On deck, ANNA I offers a jacuzzi, al fresco dining and both sun and shaded areas. Her swim platform allows for easy access to the water, toys and tenders, and a helipad makes for swift private entry or exit. A double-height owner's suite has a private observation lounge, private foredeck seating and sunbathing areas, and she accommodates 15 further guests in four double cabins, two with a pullman berth, two twin cabins with pullman berths and one single cabin.
Length: 67m (219.8ft)
Build: 2007, Feadship, De Vries, The Netherlands
Asking price: EUR 59,000,000
With exteriors by Perini Navi and Ron Holland, and interiors by Christian Liaigre Design, this ketch won the Holistic Award at the Show Boats Design Awards 2014. She offers sun and shade, entertainment and relaxation on extensive flybridge and main decks, and Liaigre’s talents are showcased to great effect in the main saloon. She has a full-beam owner’s cabin that is convertible into a VIP cabin and a double cabin, and a further four double cabins complete accommodation for 10-12 guests in five or six cabins.
Length: 58.5m (192ft)
Build: 2013, Perini Navi, Italy
Asking price: EUR 32,000,000
Don't be deceived by her rakish good looks, this yacht is every inch the explorer. With a range of 9,000nm she has taken her ice-classed, hydrodynamically efficient hull everywhere from the wilds of Indonesia to the wastes of the Northwest Passage. With a comprehensive diving set-up and a 9.5m Zodiac Hurricane exploration RIB, she is ready to take 12 guests in five welcoming cabins around the world for what would be her third circumnavigation.
Length: 55.7m (182.7ft)
Build: 2011, Picchiotti - Perini Navi Group, Italy
Asking price: EUR 23,900,000 (EU VAT paid)
Frank Laupman’s Omega Architects worked with Heesen to design her throughout and the Manhattan loft-style result was nominated in the 2009 World Superyacht Awards. Outside space is abundant, including a huge sun deck with retractable roof, large jacuzzi and bar, a substantial foredeck terrace and a main deck aft with dining for 14. Her private bridge deck owner’s suite has a rotating circular king-size bed and a waterfall jacuzzi and she welcomes 12 more guests in five further suites including a full-beam master suite with a private balcony.
Length: 50m (164ft)
Build: 2008, Heesen, The Netherlands
Asking price: EUR 29,500,000
Designed by Richard Hein/The A Group, the current owner bought her in 2005 and carried out a major refit in 2007/2008 at Pendennis. H2's interior redesign has given the yacht a modern, stylishly neutral look that saw her nominated as a finalist in the Best Refitted Yacht award at the World Superyacht Awards 2009. A comprehensive maintenance programme, including a five-year Lloyd's survey in 2017-18 at Derektor in Florida, reflects continued investment as up to 14 guests in six cabins will soon discover.
Length: 47.5m (155.8ft)
Build: 1992, Kees Cornelissen, The Netherlands
Asking price: EUR 9,950,000