For sale: yachts with a proven charter record

If your next yacht has to pay its way, we have collated a shortlist of charter vessels with a successful track record that are currently for sale. These are turnkey opportunities with an established revenue stream which can continue to generate charter income. For owners who are considering placing their yacht on the charter market, this selection also serves to identify the winning credentials which appeal to charterers in today’s competitive marketplace.

BATON ROUGE >>
LOA: 62.5m (205.1ft)
Build: Icon Yachts, The Netherlands, 2010
Designer: Tim Heywood & Redman Whiteley Dixon
Asking price: EUR 59,950,000
Charter rate (per week): from EUR 420,000

ANDREAS L >>
LOA: 60.0m (196.9ft)
Build: Benetti, Italy, 2008
Designer: Stefano Natucci & Redman Whiteley Dixon
Asking price: EUR 32,000,000
Charter rate (per week): from EUR 315,000

CLOUD 9 >>
LOA: 60.0m (196.9ft)
Build: CMN, France, 2009
Designer: Andrew Winch Designs
Asking price: EUR 39,950,000
Charter rate (per week): from EUR 315,000

TWIZZLE >>
LOA: 57.5m (188.6ft)
Build: Royal Huisman Shipyard, Holland, 2010
Designer: Redman Whiteley Dixon & Todhunter Earle Interiors
Asking price: EUR 52,500,000
Charter rate (per week): from EUR 203,000

SILVER DREAM >>
LOA: 43.8m (143.7ft)
Build: Warren Yachts, Australia, 2001
Designer: Ed Dubois, Thomas Hamel & Sam Sorgiovanni
Asking price: EUR 10,900,000
Charter rate (per week): from EUR 126,000

EMOTION >>
LOA: 43.0m (141.0ft)
Build: CRN Ancona, Italy, 2007
Designer: Zuccon International and Laura Pomponi
Asking price: EUR 11,450,000
Charter rate (per week): from EUR 132,000

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