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BURGESS AT THE FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW 3 – 7 NOVEMBER 2016

Continuing on from the momentum of last month’s Monaco Yacht Show, Burgess will be showcasing a wide selection of yachts for sale at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. With a vast three million square feet of exhibition space spread across seven locations, FLIBS is the most significant yachting exhibition in the Americas.

The Burgess team of experienced brokers will be on hand throughout the show and will be welcoming clients on the Hall of Fame Face Dock at booth F624 for viewings of the following Central Agency fleet of yachts on display.


KISSES

LOA: 175.2ft (53.4m)

Builder: Feadship De Vries, The Netherlands, 2000

For sale: USD 24,900,000

Meticulously maintained since new by one owner, this custom built Feadship has only ever been privately used and benefits from a refit carried out in 2014. KISSES boasts sleek, cool lines with a minimalist Art Deco interior inspired by the late designer and ironsmith Edgar Brandt. KISSES displays stunning application of design materials, ranging from precious woods such as Karelian burl and carbon ebony to stainless steel and glass doors, granite floors and woven natural leather on walls and deck heads. Large windows in her living areas result in spectacular 180º views and accommodation is for 11 guests in five spacious cabins. KISSES also features an impressive split-level sun deck.

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PASSION

LOA: 172.9ft (52.7m)

Builder: Swedeship, Sweden, 1986

For sale: USD 11,950,000

Also for charter: from USD 195,000 per week

Refitted in 2015, PASSION has been maintained to the highest standards since her 2003 rebuild. Dvorine Associates designed a casual, yet sophisticated interior with richly grained mahogany panelling complemented by warm-hued furniture. A grand circular staircase connects the main saloon to the upper deck, which was designed for entertainment with a games table, full service bar, video arcade games, air hockey table, karaoke machine, and a state-of-the-art home movie theatre. PASSION accommodates 12 guests in six cabins including a full beam owner’s suite with private study on the main deck, adjacent to one of the yacht’s two VIP cabins. The remaining guest cabins can be found on the lower deck and consist of a full beam VIP cabin, a double and two twins. Completing the lower level facilities is a spacious gym and adjoining steam room that converts to a staff cabin with a pullman berth and en suite bathroom.

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WABI SABI

LOA: 164.1ft (50m)

Builder: Westport Shipyard, USA, 2011

For sale: USD 27,900,000

Built on the successful Westport 50m platform, WABI SABI was conceived to enable journeys to the world’s remotest destinations. She is capable of sprinting to 24 knots effortlessly and her stability, coupled with a range of 4,000 nautical miles, makes her well suited for ocean passage making. WABI SABI’s interior décor blends the contemporary with the traditional and she comes equipped with a unique, adaptable eight-cabin layout that accommodates 18 guests and is ideal for large gatherings of family or friends. The yacht is in turn-key condition after a shipyard period in 2016 that included a full paint job and completion of her five-year class survey.

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MIA ELISE

LOA: 164.1ft (50m)

Builder: Trinity Yachts, USA, 2010

For sale: USD 22,900,000

Built to rigorous standards by Trinity Yachts, and with an urban chic interior by the award-winning Patrick Knowles, the magnificent MIA ELISE is an inspired combination of elegant styling and ocean-going performance. The yacht provides the ultimate home away from home and is exquisitely crafted both inside and on deck. She features six elegant cabins for up to 12 guests, a spectacular sky lounge and expansive al fresco spaces. Her 12-person jacuzzi gives the illusion of an infinity pool when enjoying a cocktail from beneath the shade of the sun deck’s wet bar. Following a significant USD 3,000,000 refit in 2016, MIA ELISE is now ready to impress her next owner.

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LADY JOY

LOA: 156.9ft (47.8m)

Builder: Christensen Shipyards, USA, 2007

For sale: USD 22,000,000

Also for charter: from USD 225,000 per week

Built by the respected Christensen Shipyard in the USA, LADY JOY boasts a classically elegant interior by Carol Williamson and features state-of-theart touches including an elevator service to all three of her large decks. Indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces are plentiful with a spacious main saloon and formal dining room located on the main deck. Her bridge deck offers a pilothouse dinette, Portuguese walk-around with large dining table and awning, a drop down bar, cocktail/games table, and conversation area. Al fresco dining for 12 is located on the bridge deck aft and her sun deck boasts a jacuzzi, BBQ grill, sun loungers, and a shaded dining and bar area. LADY JOY accommodates14 guests in six luxurious cabins.

aerial shots of Lady Joy, Bahamas
aerial shots of Lady Joy, Bahamas

SYCARA IV

LOA: 151.3ft (46.1m)

Builder: Burger, USA, 2009

For sale: USD 27,500,000

This modern classic combines the highest levels of quality and technology with the timeless elegance and charm of the 1920s. She was designed and built by Burger Boat Company with associated naval architecture by Bruce King, a collaboration that won SYCARA IV the 2010 ShowBoats Design Award for Best Naval Architecture. Inside she is a Ken Freivokh masterpiece. His use of Madrone Burl wall panels enhanced with inlaid Macassar Ebony creates a warm and inviting ambience throughout the main saloon, dining room, and guest cabins. SYCARA IV accommodates up to nine guests in four cabins.


FRANCINE

LOA: 150.1ft (45.8m)

Builder: Azimut Benetti, 1989

For sale: USD 4,950,000

A classic yacht which has enjoyed the care of extended private ownership, FRANCINE presents immaculately and underwent meticulous refit work from 2011 to 2014. Over USD 10 million has been invested in the yacht for various works which include an exterior repaint, extensive deck upgrades and numerous interior improvements. FRANCINE offers well-proportioned spaces, elegant dining areas, spacious exterior decks and can accommodate 10 guests in five cabins.


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PENNY MAE

LOA: 138.1ft (42.1m)

Builder: Richmond Custom Yacht Builder, Canada, 2004

For sale: USD 10,500,000

This tri-deck motor yacht completed a refit in 2014, leaving her in top condition. Designer Liz Dalton created a timeless and sophisticated interior with light, airy entertainment spaces including a spacious main deck saloon, formal dining room, and extraordinary sky lounge. Her sun deck is equally impressive with its outdoor cinema, jacuzzi, and bar area. PENNY MAE offers accommodation for 12 guests across six cabins with a configuration of four doubles and two twins, each with en suite bathrooms.

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CENTINELA IV

LOA: 137ft (41.8m)

Builder: Feadship De Vries, The Netherlands, 1982

For sale: USD 5,900,000

CENTINELA IV boasts Feadship’s renowned trademark craftsmanship and engineering. Her classic elegance has been preserved throughout a history of upgrades and annual enhancements, leaving her original design and configuration untouched. The main deck aft can be fully enclosed to provide heating and air-conditioning options, while the enormous bridge deck aft offers shaded al fresco dining and seating. Accommodation is provided for 10 guests in five cabins, consisting of a master, a full-beam VIP, a double and two twin cabins.

Motor Yacht Centinela IV. Centinela IV (formerly Halcyon) is a 41.80m (137'1"ft) motor yacht, custom built in 1982 by Feadship in Aalsmeer (Netherlands). This luxury vessel's sophisticated exterior design and engineering are the work of De Voogt Naval Architects. The yacht's interior has been designed by Pierre Tanter and has exterior styling by De Voogt Naval Architects. Bob Grieser/OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM Outside Images Photo Agency
Motor Yacht Centinela IV. Centinela IV (formerly Halcyon) is a 41.80m (137’1″ft) motor yacht, custom built in 1982 by Feadship in Aalsmeer (Netherlands). This luxury vessel’s sophisticated exterior design and engineering are the work of De Voogt Naval Architects. The yacht’s interior has been designed by Pierre Tanter and has exterior styling by De Voogt Naval Architects.
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