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Fraser presents a selection of special yachts in search of new owners for 2020

Superyachts are floating mansions, giving owners the ability to instantly pull up anchor and motor off to any far-flung destination. In fact, according to The New York Times, the recent tax cuts have fueled demand for superyachts with a pickup in buying from the United States. Notably, this is despite recent softness in top-end sales of art, cars and real estate, amid broader fears of an economic slowdown.

Fraser is the #1 and longest-serving full-service brokerage house in the world today. More clients turn to Fraser to sell their yachts and more sales are conducted through Fraser worldwide than any other industry provider. With top-deck swimming pools, private screening rooms, state-of the art kitchens and saloons, extensive fitness equipment, saunas and steam rooms and on-board beach toys like jet skis and motorboats – every yacht is special. Regardless of the shipyard, year built or size, every vessel has its own unique set of features and highlights that reward their owners and guests. Here are six selections of some of the most unique yachts on the market in 2020:

  • AURORA BOREALIS  (67.6M/221’09”) Approx. $89,665,000

The brand-new AURORA BOREALIS is the first-ever Amels 220 superyacht. She offers an excellent layout and gives the perfect balance for “al fresco” living with contemporary, light and large volume interiors and exterior space. AURORA BOREALIS is a true example of the benefit of an experienced Owner, Captain and Engineer working together to create a masterpiece. The exterior was created by design legend Tim Heywood and her interior by award-winning Winch Design. Accommodating up to 14 guests, this yacht is nothing short of spectacular. She is a haven for entertaining with her beach club including a spa, fully equipped gym, swim platform and an array of water toys.

Photography – © Jeff Brown

  • MAG III (45M/147’08”) $12,500,000

Seriously stylish, MAG III is the best of the Benetti Vision series on the market. With the exterior designed by the brilliant Stefano Righini, she is the only yacht of this model with a central glass elevator. Delivered in 2009, and after refits in 2016 and 2019, she is in excellent condition with fresh new decor, complemented by Italian marble, stunning woodwork and fine silks. She accommodates 12 guests in five staterooms.

Photography – ©Jim Raycroft

  • VIRTUS 44 (44M/144’04”) Approx. $20,189,000

VIRTUS 44 is a standout yacht in her size category . She was designed with a contemporary and sophisticated approach and offers a spacious layout. Featuring mesmerizing floor to ceiling windows, VIRTUS 44 is the epitome of sophistication. Her toys are tucked out of sight to ensure a streamlined exterior which emphasizes her sleek look.

  • ENCORE (43.9M/144’00”) $22,000,000

ENCORE is a remarkably unique sailing yacht thanks to her as-new condition, readiness to go anywhere and her luxurious interior and exterior. Her modern design is eye-catching, and her Ralph Lauren inspired interiors comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests in four staterooms. She offers the opportunity to travel widely due to her optimized performance and sail plan and is one of the world’s finest sailing yachts.

  • LADY ELLA S (35.2M/115’06”) Approx. $12,407,000

LADY ELLA S is a pedigree Sunseeker 116 with very light Owners’ usage. Her main deck boasts full-height glass windows, ensures lots of natural light and perfectly complements the modern elegant feel of her interior. She has ample outdoor entertainment spaces with her popular beach club on the stern which includes an array of water toys, as well as a hot tub and a convertible projector screen.