There are scores of great brokerage yachts on show at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which starts next month.
Shown by Moran Yacht & Ship
Why is she so special? A 2009 Lürssen built for an experienced owner who wanted no-compromise global cruising. Espen Øino outside, Pauline Nunns interior.
Look out for The amazing outside guest spaces, including an observation deck. Extended exploration in comfort is possible, with the generous accommodation areas.
DATA LOA: 75.4m. Beam: 13.5m. Guests: 12. Crew: 22.
Asking price €99.95 million
See her at Sybass Slip 4
Shown by Merle Wood & Associates
Why is she so special? This 2002 Oceanco has exterior styling by the A Group. She was refitted in 2012.
Look out for The entire upper deck given over to the owner.
DATA LOA: 62.0m. Beam: 10.5m. Top speed: 15 knots. Guests: 10. Crew: 11.
Asking price On application
See her at HOF North 323, 325, 327, 329, 333, 351
Shown by Ocean Independence
Why is she so special? Launched in 2009 at Pendennis for an experienced owner. She’s Ice Class and ready for anything.
Look out for The Burness Corlett Partners interior, which is in polished Cuban mahogany and creates a luxuriously nautical atmosphere. There’s a set-piece dining room and a salon with fireplace and a drinks cabinet.
DATA LOA: 54.9m. Beam: 9.6m. Top speed: 15 knots. Guests: 12. Crew: 12.
Asking price €29.0 million
See her at FTL Hilton Slip 1-5
Shown by Northrop & Johnson
Why is she so special? A 1985 Feadship that was completely rebuilt in 2002 (over a metre was added to the LOA) in a project overseen by Feadship.
Look out for She may be a classic Feadship but her meticulous maintenance programme and an extensive garage of toys have ensured that in recent years her charter income has exceeded running costs.
DATA LOA: 46.6m. Beam: 8.6m. Cruising speed: 12 knots. Guests: 12. Crew: 9.
Asking price $13.9 million
See her at HOF FD 38-47, 40A, 44A
Shown by Edmiston
Why is she so special? A Perini Navi from 2001 that was extensively refitted in 2012 by Christian Liaigre.
Look out for Stellar showing at regattas will appeal to those seeking post-race bragging rights, but the wonderfully configured guest spaces inside and out mean that she’s a very handsome cruising proposition, too. The full-beam master converts to two staterooms.
DATA LOA: 49.8m. Beam: 10.3m. Guests: 12. Crew: 9.
Asking price €12.95 million
See her at Sails Marina Slip 2
Shown by Fraser Yachts
Why is she so special? A 2004 yacht from Amels’ Tigre d’Or series that benefits from a 2014 refit.
Look out for Movable main salon armchairs and a fireplace make the interior of Felix feel thoroughly homely. The Alberto Pinto styling inside has plenty of characterful moments.
DATA LOA: 52.0m. Beam: 9.1m. Cruising speed: 12 knots. Guests: 10. Crew: 13.
Asking price $24.9 million
See her at Face Dock 20, 20 A-E
Shown by Worth Avenue Yachts
Why is she so special? Launched in 2006 – at the time, the 16th hull in the popular Westport 130 series.
Look out for All the effortless volume you’d expect from this proven series.
DATA LOA: 39.6m. Beam: 7.9m. Guests: 10. Crew: 7.
Asking price $9.995 million
See her at TBC
• for more on the Fort Lauderdale show see our full preview in the next issue of SuperYacht World, which publishes on Monday