The yacht market was one of the luxury industries that were affected badly. But yet there have been several deals with eye-popping figures. Here are the top three yachts that brokered the highest sales. Starting with the Superyacht Moonlight II (ex Alysia). Sold in June 2010 by joint central agents Edmiston & Company, Burgess, and Peter Insull Yacht with Edmiston’s marketing brains, this nautical engineering wonders is 85m long. Constructed by the Greece-based Neorion Shipyards Syros, the Moonlight II features Alpha Marine and Lally Poulias. The superyacht came with a massive price tag of $108,772,285.
Next up is the Superyacht Lauren L. built-in 2002 by Cassens-Werft, the 90m long superyacht was originally meant to be a 100-passenger cruise vessel, which saw a major revamp in 2008. Set at a sales price of $83,239,395, the yacht can accommodate as many as 40 guests onboard. The Lauren L can be chartered via Edmiston & Company.
And finally comes the Superyacht Natita (ex Ona). Designed by Alberto Pinto, the 66m long yacht was originally built by Germany-based Kusch Yachts in 2005; the yacht was revamped as Narita. Sold by Burgess, the superyacht earned a massive $76,694,275.