There’s something awe-inspiring about these yachts shows in recent years, as the yachts and superyachts just seem to get even better each season. With the 2016 shows proving that this industry is as strong as ever, LuxeGetaways took a look back at some of these beautiful options that were represented this year by Burgess, which also proved to be several of the most luxurious yachts seen at the show this year. With the Palm Beach Yacht Show featuring more than $1.2 Billion worth of yachts, boats and accessories this year, this show has become a popular destination for the superyacht owner, buyers and charterers.



77m (252.6ft), SILVERYACHTS, Australia, 2015

Asking Price: EUR 79,500,000

With a stunning Espen Øino profile, the sleek and streamlined SILVER FAST is one of the most eye-catching yachts on the water. The fourth in the multiaward-winning SILVERYACHTS series, she is both blisteringly fast, achieving top speeds close to 29 knots, and extremely fuel efficient. With a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 18 knots, or 6,000 nautical miles at 14 knots, SILVER FAST is capable of crossing the Atlantic at a cruising speed in the region of 22 knots. With a touch-and-go helipad, beach club with spa, and contemporary accommodation for up to 18 guests, this innovative, ground-breaking yacht is a real head turner.


60m (197ft), Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany, 2009

Asking price: EUR 52,500,000

Never previously offered for sale and brand new to the market, the award-winning ELANDESS is an outstanding example of Northern European shipbuilding at its finest. The yacht has been meticulously maintained by her original owner since build and only used privately. Her distinctive Bannenberg & Rowell designed interior is a fusion of functionality and edgy contemporary design, resulting in a highly original and supremely comfortable living environment. Versatile accommodation for up to 12 guests, well-conceived guest areas for relaxation, dining and entertaining both indoors and on deck, coupled with a wonderful open-plan sun deck and a large tender garage are just a few of the many attributes of this world-class yacht.


55.7m (182.7ft), Feadship, C Van Lent & Zonen, The Netherlands, 1983

Asking Price: US$ 12,950,000

ILLUSION bears all the hallmarks of the revered Feadship pedigree and provides great volume, a vast sun deck along with a modern interior. Twelve guests are accommodated in six cabins with a full beam master suite on the main deck while the lower deck houses the full beam VIP cabin, two doubles and two twins. ILLUSION’s abundant entertaining spaces are spread across several decks from bow to stern. The sun deck is exceptionally large, with a jacuzzi, dining area and sun lounging space. A further dining area is available on the main deck and a secluded sun pad lies forward on the bridge deck while the interior is home to an inviting saloon and home cinema.

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54.7m (179.5ft), Proteksan Turquoise, Turkey, 2009

Asking Price: US$ 25,950,000

Launched in 2009 by Proteksan Turquoise (now Turquoise Yachts), SEQUEL P has just come onto the sales market for the first time. The yacht’s design is versatile, capable, and proven, with a flexible six guest cabin configuration, massive sun deck, and gorgeous interior by H2, London. SEQUEL P has been well maintained, upgraded, and her excellent charter track record is capable of immediately generating returns for her next owner. Also available for charter through Burgess as Central Agents.


55m (180.4ft), Benetti, Italy, 2003

Asking Price: US$ 19,500,000

The 55m Benetti CAKEWALK boasts impressive volume and expansive exterior spaces. Her superb, multipurpose sun deck boasts a large jacuzzi, plenty of lounging space and an enclosed gym. A comprehensive refit in March 2015 included a review of all technical systems, new upholstery, loose furniture, a new dining table and carpets. With a split-level master suite and five further cabins, CAKEWALK also has a highly successful charter track record.

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50.3m (165ft), Feadship, C Van Lent & Zonen, The Netherlands, 2000

Asking Price: US$ 17,900,000

DÉJÀ VU’s original build specification called for a seaworthy yacht with worldwide cruising capabilities. The result is a vessel well suited to extended ocean passages and her shallow draft allows her access to shoal waters. With exterior and interior design by Donald Starkey, this high volume yacht accommodates 12 guests in six cabins, with the full beam master cabin lying forward on the main deck. Four versatile guest cabins are located on the lower deck and an additional guest cabin can be used for staff.

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49.9m (163.8ft), Trinity Yachts, USA, 2010

Asking Price: US$ 24,900,000

MIA ELISE is the newest 50m Trinity on the sales market and is in turn-key condition following the completion of an extensive refit earlier this year that included a full exterior paint job. Her beautiful Patrick Knowles interior provides luxurious accommodation for up to 12 guests in six cabins and her well planned layout coupled with zero speed stabilizers ensures ultimate comfort whether cruising or sitting at anchor. The yacht provides an ideal charter yacht platform making her highly desirable for the commercially minded owner.


45.8m (150.1ft), Azimut Benetti, Italy, 1989

Asking Price: US$ 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 US$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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41.8m (137ft), Feadship, De Vries, The Netherlands, 1982

Asking Price: US$ 7,400,000

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 VIP, a double and two twin cabins.

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40.9m (134.2ft), Lürssen-Werft, Germany, 1995

Asking Price: US$ 3,995,000

With her shallow draft and semi-displacement hull, BLIND DATE can easily slip into smaller, more remote coves and bays as she showcases both grace and speed. A well thought out interior by award-winning designer Patrick Knowles creates a serene and relaxing atmosphere from the inviting main saloon to the intimate sky lounge. Her stunning forward facing main deck VIP suite, full beam master suite with lounge and two further cabins provide stylish and comfortable accommodation for 8 guests.


46.9m (153.9ft), Feadship, De Vries, The Netherlands, 1990

Asking Price: US$ 13,990,000

Built by the renowned De Vries yard at Feadship, BG has recently completed an impressive refit and now presents an updated interior reminiscent of a Hampton’s beach house. This turnkey yacht is ready for immediate cruising and offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in six finely appointed cabins. BG’s exterior decks offer plenty of space for entertaining whether for dining al fresco on the bridge deck aft or taking in the panoramic views from the sun deck. Also available for charter through Burgess as Central Agents.

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Delivered in 2016, 41.4m (135.9ft) motor yacht RUYA is brand new to the charter market. Her head turning exterior coupled with a thoroughly original and truly inspired interior saw her win two awards at the 2016 ShowBoat Design Awards.

Built for al fresco living, she boasts a huge 93m2 sun deck complete with bar, barbeque, 10-man jacuzzi and gym equipment. Inside, her Australian outback-inspired interior makes use of indigenous material like bamboo and Australian silky oak to create an opulent yet extremely welcoming environment. Designer Australian Sam Sorgiovanni has really captured the brief of a casual, family-orientated yacht offering five spacious cabins that exudes new world sophistication. For family fun, an exciting water toy box filled with Sea-Doos, SeaBobs, wakeboards and so much more will ensure a truly memorable Mediterranean charter.

Source & Photos Courtesy Burgess