Fraser Yachts, the Monaco-based yacht brokerage favored by the rich and famous the world over, has announced six stunning new super yachts for sale and three new super yachts for charter this season. The new yachts for sale include the 121-foot Charisma, the 118-ft. Ileria, the 115-ft. Paradigm, the 88.5-ft. Elena B, the 85.-ft. Impossible Dream, and the 84-ft. On a Roll. Charter crafts include the 114-ft. Siete and the 98-ft. Emrys, while the popular 147-ft. Party Girl has a new captain.
The top yachts for sale are the 118-ft. Ileria (built by Azimut in 2007 and listed at about $6.7 million), the 115-ft. Paradigm (built by Benetti in 1998, refit in 2008, and listed at $5 million), and the 121-ft. Charisma (priced at about $5 million).
Meanwhile, the 84-ft. On a Roll, built by Hargrave in 2008 and billed as the largest volume 84 footer on the market, is listed at about $4 million, the 88.5-ft. Elena B built by Cantieri di Pisa in 2006 is listed at about $2.5 million, and the 85-ft. Impossible Dream, a real classic built by Jongert in 1986 and refit in 2007, is listed at about $3 million. On the charter front, the 114-ft. Siete, built by Benetti in 2002 and refit in 2013, is offered at about $75,000 per week in New England this summer, while the 98-ft. Emrys that was built by Sunseeker in 2010, is offered at about $47,000 per week in Northern California this summer. Last but not least, the 147-ft. Party Girl, built by Christensen in 2008, is offered at about $185,000 per week in the Bahamas and Caribbean with a new captain from New Zealand, Scott Miller.