TOP 5 YACHTS AT FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW 2016

1
Dorothy Ann
Asking $5,750,000 at Moran Yacht & Ship
As the 2016 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show approaches, we round-up the best yachts for sale that will be at the show. Ordered by asking price, this brokerage preview is the ultimate bible for anyone shopping for a superyacht at FLIBS.

Launched in 2001 by Trinity Yachts, Dorothy Ann is a 38.4 metre superyacht that can sleep eight guests in comfort. Her interiors make good use of marble and glass, while the aft saloon features plentiful seating, including an L-shaped sofa, chairs and ottomans. Twin 1,400hp Caterpillar engines give Dorothy Ann a top speed of 17 knots, while the Koopnautic stabilisers add to the levels of comfort on board. Dorothy Ann is offered for sale through Moran Yacht & Ship.

Length: 38.4 metres
Builder: Trinity
Design: In-house
Broker: Moran Yacht & Ship4lIk2K8MTAmTdoQNkcee_Yacht for sale Dorothy Ann-1600x900

2
Namoh
Asking $6,950,000 with Denison Yacht Sales and Worth Ave Yachts
Namoh was built in GRP by Chinese superyacht yard Cheoy Lee and launched in 2003. Expansive interior accommodation sleeps up to 10 guests in five cabins including a full-beam main-deck master suite. Twin 2,250hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 3,000 nautical miles at 14 knots.

Length: 38.1 metres
Builder: Cheoy Lee
Designer: Mulder Design
Brokers: Denison Yacht Sales and Worth Ave Yachts 

3
No Buoys
Asking $7,900,000 at Luke Brown Yachts
Accommodation is for 11 guests in six cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite, two doubles and two twins, all with entertainment centres, television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities.No Buoys was built in aluminium by German yard Abeking & Rasmussen and delivered in 1985 with a thorough refit in 2009, reportedly costing in excess of $12 million.

Length: 42.37 metres
Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
Designer: Tom Fexas
Broker: Luke Brown YachtsroAAEZYTwuRJukoXyifw_no-bouys-listed-for-sale-1600x900

4
Kaleen IX
Asking $7,995,000 at RJC Yachts
Kaleen IX was built in GRP by US yard Westport and was delivered in 2004 as hull number eight in the Westport 130 series. A recent major refit saw her systems upgraded and a new custom hard top fitted. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five well appointed cabins consisting of a master suite, two VIP suites and a pair of port and starboard twins. Twin 2,735hp MTU diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 21 knots.

Length: 39.62 metres
Builder: Westport
Designer: Gregory C. Marshall
Broker: RJC YachtsNxQK7xyjQCuAkx37bZBP_Kaleen-IX-1-61253l-1280x720-1600x900

5
Octopussy
Asking $9,250,000 at Y.CO
Delivered in 1988, Octopussy reached speeds topping out at 53.17 knots, becoming the fastest superyacht in the world at the time. She was later refitted and lengthened with the extra weight seeing her drop out of the ranks of the fastest yachts although she retains her sleek good looks. A luxurious interior comfortably accommodates 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite, two doubles and a twin.

Length: 43.58 metres
Builder: Heesen Yachts
Designer: Gerhard Gilgenast
Broker: Y.COh8UhxPEJQRe6TyxhoWbO_Octopussy-super-yacht-1600x900

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