Luxury Afloat: The Most Remarkable Yacht Sales of 2023 So Far

Beyond Boundaries: Unveiling the Pinnacle of Yacht Sales in 2023

join us as we uncover the most extraordinary transactions that have marked the world of yachts in this exceptional 2023.

Starting from the eleventh position, we will gradually ascend to the pinnacle of the year, where an extraordinary deal has captivated everyone. 

Here we are, ready to unveil the 11 most remarkable yacht sales of 2023, leaving the maritime world in awe.

Get ready to journey through luxury and elegance, discovering deals that have redefined the standards of the maritime industry.

Ciao (now Private GG)

Length: 52m

Builder: CRN

Ciao was asking €32,900,000.

Sea Pearl (now Alfa G)

Length: 60m

Builder: Oceanco

Sea Pearl was asking €37,500,000.

Icon (now Loon)

Length: 67.5m

Builder: Icon Yachts

Icon was asking €45,000,000.


Length: 65m

Builder: Feadship

Callisto was asking €46,000,000.

Sarafsa (now Pure)

Length: 82m

Builder: Devonport Yachts

Sarafsa was asking €65,000,000.

Solo (now Quantum of Solace)

Length: 72m

Builder: Tankoa Yachts

Solo was asking €66,000,000.

Lady Jorgia (now Andrea)

Length: 74m

Builder: CRN

Lady Jorgia’s sale price was not disclosed.


Length: 60m

Builder: Heesen

Lusine was asking $82,000,000.

Soaring (now Starlust)

Length: 68.2m

Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen

Soaring was asking €88,000,000.


Length: 75m

Builder: Feadship

Arrow was asking €139,900,000.

Ahpo (now Lady Jorgia)

Length: 115m

Builder: Lurssen

Ahpo was asking €330,000,000.