With exterior by Galeazzi Design, and interior design by Mark Berryman, this irresistible beauty has an appealing and versatile accommodation layout in six or seven staterooms that will ensure she is equally popular with charter clients or private guests alike. She offers a full beam master stateroom on the main deck with large sliding doors and bulwarks that fold down to create a balcony on each side with spectacular 180° views, a full beam VIP cabin, two double as well as two twin cabins. Futhermore, there is a space that can be converted into two separate double staterooms, each with additional Pullman berth. The interior of this magnificent vessel is made of limed teak, leather as well as marble.
This superyacht is driven by twin MTU 16V 4000 M93L diesel engines. She achieves a top speed of 24,5 knots and comfortably cruises at 22,5 knots. Project 12 has a beam of 8,74m (28’67”) and a maximum draft of 2,6m (8’53”).
Project 12 Yacht is for sale with Burgess with an asking price of €19.5 million ($26 million).
The twin suites include two Pullman berths and sport all sorts of amenities, from electronics to large separate shower areas
Project 12 also boasts a full beam sky lounge which paves the way towards a similarly stunning aft deck
The main dining area catches the eye through a wavy carpeting pattern and features a rectangular dining table which can accommodate up to 12 seats
he main saloon also includes two large red sofas and port
The master’s quarters include a set of large his and hers en suites, two large adjacent walk-in wardrobes and a lounge area
Yogi is newest Burgess superyacht which is now available for chartering. This 197.5ft (60.2m) yacht offers accommodation for 12 guests in 6 cabins (5 double, 1 twin), and features a large main deck master suite with lounge/day area, office area, dressing room and his/hers bathrooms en suite. There is a large Jacuzzi on the sun deck and a swimming pool below on the aft deck, two beach clubs, a massage room and a multimedia play lounge.
The Burgess superyacht charter has several dining options too. There is a Teppanyaki bar and a table on the forward deck. Additionally, there is a table that accommodates 14 for a more formal dining experience on the upper deck of the superyacht.
Yogi’s summer charter rates start at €357,000 per week in the low season, up to €378,000 per week during the high season.
Specification of the Yogi:
Length Overall: 62.20 m/204.07 ft
Length Waterline: 51.05 m/167.49 ft
Beam: 9.40 m/30.84 ft
Draught Max: 2.90 m/9.51 ft
Hull Material: Steel
Engines: 2 x Caterpillar Inc 3512B, 3,500 HP, 2,610 KW total
When she was delivered last year, the 281ft (85.6m) Cakewalk Superyacht captured the attention of the superyacht world when she was displayed at the Fort Lauderdale boat show. She is now offered for sale for the first time. Merle Wood and Burgess have been appointed co-central agents for the sale of Cakewalk. Cakewalk is making her debut in the Mediterranean this summer and will be anchored off Monaco for this weekend’s Grand Prix where she will be available for qualified client inspections.
This Cakewalk surpasses her four predecessors in size and is the largest yacht built in the USA since the 1930s, and the biggest ever built in the United States when measured by volume. Built by Derecktor in 2010 to a Tim Heywood design, her seamless interior is by Elizabeth Dalton.
Superyacht Ares (ex Z)James Packer’s 46-meter Z Superyacht is now on sale, just over a year after it was first moored in Rose Bay. Australian billionaire, gaming and media magnate James Packer selling one of a world’s largest yachts with a tip speed of 35 knots for a €15.9 million ($23 million), roughly the same amount Packer paid in January last year.
Z Sidney Superyacht is a an extraordinary sports yacht powered by three times 2,400hp MTU 16V 2000 M93 engines. The name of the yacht has been changed to Ares, as in the Greek god of war, to make it more appealing to European buyers and lessen the publicity of the sale. Launched last year, the Leopard 46 (Ares) accommodates 12 guests and eight crew in one master, two double and two twin rooms. The 165’s interior includes an expansive main salon with cocktail tables, a long bar, and a surfeit of seating. Two pop-up, back-to-back flat-screen televisions face the main salon and the adjacent dining room. The craft’s aft deck covers a garage that contains tenders and toys and opens hydraulically at the push of a button. The bikini-clad babes are extra.
Silver Zwei, the fastest long-range superyacht in the world is looking for a new owner!
The 240.5-ft. Silver Zwei, the world’s fastest long-range superyacht built by Hanseatic Marine for German eco-industrialist Guido Krass, has been listed for sale via Burgess for €59 million (about $85 million). Constructed entirely of aluminium, Silver Zwei was designed by leading superyacht designer Espen Oeino and custom built by Hanseatic Marine, Australia in 2009.
Silver Zwei is the fastest long distance cruising yacht in the world with trans-Atlantic range at 22 knots. She is also claimed to be the most fuel efficient, with a consumption of only 360 liters per hour at 18 knots, which extends her range to 4,500nm. In its light, airy interior the yacht has accommodations for 20 guests in nine cabins including a large owner’s suite with private lounge and veranda deck.