We are pleased to notify the brokerage market of major price reductions to two outstanding yachts. These reductions will excite market interest, solicit offers and ultimately achieve a successful sale for both yachts.
The first is the 49.5m (162.4ft) SUSSURRO, whose asking price is immediately reduced by EUR 4,000,000 - almost 20 percent - to EUR 18,000,000.
This yacht combines luxury, volume and performance in a way the market has never seen before. Built in aluminium to ABS classification, she was delivered in 1998 by Feadship, De Vries to an interior and exterior design vision by Terence Disdale Design and with naval architecture by speed specialist Don Shead. Her maintenance schedule has been unstinting.
Powered by her twin 3,442hp Paxman diesel engines, she has a top speed of 15 knots. Fire up the two 4,250hp Textron Lycoming TF40 gas turbines as well and she cruises comfortably at a remarkable 30 knots and runs at 36 knots with the throttles fully open. This is genuinely remarkable performance. She welcomes 12 guests in five cabins and Quantum zero speed stabilisers keep them comfortable at anchor.
SUSSURRO is currently lying in Golfe-Juan in the south of France where inspection, either virtually or in person, can easily be arranged. Please contact your Burgess broker to make arrangements.
Our second incredible opportunity is the multi award-winning 42.6m (139.7ft) trimaran ADASTRA delivered in 2012. She is now asking USD 10,000,000 after her price was reduced by USD 2,000,000.
With exteriors and naval architecture by Shuttleworth Design and stripped back contemporary interiors by Jepsen Design, this yacht has genuine explorer capability as well as giving nine guests in three cabins the smoothest ride.
Aside from turning every head everywhere she goes with her futuristic design, her slender hull design cuts her hydrodynamic drag significantly, boosting her fuel efficiency. Combined with lightweight composite construction by specialists McConaghy, this means her single 1,136hp Caterpillar engine gives her a top speed of 22 knots an incredible transpacific range of 10,000nm at 10 knots. On arrival a draft of just 1.2m (3.9ft) opens up a world of secluded anchorages off limits to most yachts.
Her beam gives her phenomenal stability both underway and at anchor and she has glided through 50-knot storms during her 60,000nm logged, including both Atlantic and Pacific crossings. She is lying in Dubai until the end of November when she will sail for the Philippines so interested clients are urged to inspect before December. Please contact your Burgess broker to make arrangements.
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: London, Monaco, New York, Miami, Singapore or all other locations.