The biggest for sale at the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

The world’s largest in-water yacht show returns to the sun at the end of the month (October 26-30) with a stellar range of new and pre-owned yachts for sale. We take a look at the biggest brokerage boats on display at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show…


Length: 64m
Builder: VSY

Built by Viareggio Superyachts, Atomic was delivered in 2020 to a design by Espen Øino and recently received a significant price drop of $5,000,000. Immediately recognizable thanks to its gray hull embellished with a Monaco Red stripe, the Franck Darnet Design interior of the yacht accommodates 12 guests in six cabins. Ideal for diving enthusiasts, the yacht has a professional diving center accessible via a folding balcony on its hull

Atomic is asking for $63,000,000 with IYC.


Length: 63m
Builder: Benetti

Taking its place at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show this year is the 63.5-meter Benetti Mocha. Delivered by the Italian shipyard in 2016, the yacht underwent a major refit in 2021. MochaHer spacious interior can accommodate up to 16 guests in a seven-cabin layout, while her crew quarters can accommodate up to 15 members. Her refreshed interior features neutral tones and natural woods, with plenty of space for entertaining and socializing.

Mocha demands €50,000,000 from FGI Yacht Group.


Length: 53m
Builder: Oceanfast

mizu features Sam Sorgiovanni’s military styling and was delivered by Oceanfast in 2004. Highlights include a 14-person hot tub, basketball court and 4,500 nautical mile range. In 2016, she underwent a major $5,000,000 refit, including machinery overhaul, new teak decks and a complete interior refit.

mizu seeks $14,950,000 from Merle Wood & Associates.


Length: 52.36
Builder: Palmer Johnson

DB9 is the first Palmer Johnson PJ170 sports yacht and was designed inside and out by Italian design studio Nuvolari Lenard. Highlights include a foredeck swimming pool which doubles as storage for a 6.5m tender when underway and a champagne exterior with a red stripe. She joins the market after a refit in 2019.

DB9 demands €23,900,000 from Worth Avenue Yachts.

Four Jacks

Length: 45.7m
Builder: Palmer Johnson

four jackss is the third hull in Palmer Johnson’s PJ150 series after the sisterships Hokulani and Andiamo. It features a sporty profile, courtesy of Nuvolari Lenard, and has had only one owner since new. The Italian studio also created its rich interiors with touches of red, chocolate leathers and a multitude of exotic woods.

Four Jacks demands $15,950,000 from Fraser.

Dorothee III

Length: 44.8m
Builder: Cheoy Lee

Dorothee III is a proven world cruiser having sailed over 170,000 miles over the past eight years, including a 20-month circumnavigation that won her the Voyagers Award at the 2020 World Superyacht Awards. She was delivered in 2007 on a design by Ron Holland and has a transatlantic range of 6,000 nautical miles. The owner accepts bitcoin as payment, as well as partial trading of a small yacht, plane or real estate.

Dorothee III seeks $13,450,000 from Merle Wood & Associates.

Lady L

Length: 44.6m
Builder: Heesen

Lady L is an all-aluminum superyacht delivered in 2012 as the Heesen 4400 series. She is the product of a long-standing partnership between the Dutch shipyard and Omega Architects and sports a bright interior with wide curb appeal that can accommodate a total of 10 guests. A particular highlight is its sun terrace with an elevated Jacuzzi flanked by sunbeds.

Lady L seeks $16,900,000 from FGI Yacht Group.


Length: 44.2m
Builder: Heesen

Finally was delivered in 1990 and has been continuously upgraded throughout her thirty years at sea. In 2009 she was fitted with twin MTU 12V4000 engines and Kamewa waterjets delivering a top speed of 17 knots, and in 2014, her interior was overhauled in collaboration with international designer Tui Pranich. A draft of less than two meters makes her perfect for Bahamas cruising and she has enjoyed success in the charter market.

Finally demands $6,995,000 from Denison Yachting.

fabulous character

Length: 42.29m
Builder: Holland Jachtbouw

fabulous character is one of four motor yachts built by Dutch shipyard Holland Jachtbouw. She was delivered in 2010, where she won a World Superyacht Award, and was refitted in 2018. Highlights include a full-beam master suite and adjoining study, indoor-outdoor upper saloon and a range of 4,000 nautical miles.

fabulous character demands $18,995,000 from Camper & Nicholsons.

blue ice

Length: 41.15m
Builder: Baglietto

blue ice was built by Italian yard Baglietto in 1999 and her Aldo Cichero design is sure to turn heads in Fort Lauderdale, just as she did the year she launched. blue ice was the recipient of a multi-million dollar refit in 2016, where she received her jet black exterior makeover, and offers accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins.

blue ice seeks $5,950,000 from FGI Yacht Group.

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