We've selected over 80 of the best brokerage yachts in the next issue of SuperYacht World, which publishes tomorrow. In the meantime, here is a taster of five of the best superyachts for sale that you can buy today.

Inset Engelberg

Asking: €39,500,000
55.2m Amels 2013 14 guests 13+2 crew
Main-deck balconies make the most of the Enzo Enea Mediterranean-style interior. The most customised yacht in Amels’ hugely successful Limited Editions range.
What the broker says “Great features including an extended top deck with a custom-made windbreak door, and a beach club with steam room and sauna. She also has an elaborate security system.”
Contact Moran Yacht & Ship. For more, click here


Inset Messer

Asking: $4,500,000
40.0m Astilleros Armon 1980 12 guests 7 crew
Fully rebuilt in Viareggio in 2002, she has been well maintained and offers flexible accommodation options across six cabins.
What the broker says “This elegant canoe-stern steel yacht is a classic gentleman’s world cruiser, with an impressive 7,000-nautical-mile range.”
Contact Burgess, London. For more, click here


Inset Ulysses

Asking: €34,500,000
56.0m Benetti 2012 12 guests 13 crew
A distinctive yacht with a black hull and cream superstructure, and an interior that has the relaxing vibe of a gentleman’s club.
What the broker says “Designed by Benetti inside and out, this steel yacht is an impressive cruising beast.”
Contact Fraser Yachts. For more, click here


Inset Red dragon

Red Dragon
Asking: €21,000,000
51.7m Alloy Yachts 2008 8 guests 10 crew
Refits have kept the Dubois-designed Red Dragon in top shape.
What the broker says “Commissioned by an experienced and discerning yachtsman, she is a high-performance world cruiser.”
Contact Edmiston, Monaco. For more, click here


Inset Polar star

Polar Star
Asking €55,000,000
63.4m Lürssen 2008 12 guests 17 crew
An ice-capable yacht that will take you wherever you want to go.
What the broker says “She truly stands out from the crowd, boasting sumptuous living areas and proven world-cruising capabilities.”
Contact Camper & Nicholsons International. For more, click here