The world of used boats (and what used boats!) has landed at Milano Yachting Week – The Digital Boat Show, our permanent digital boat show.
If you visit our marina, you’ll find lots of “iconic” boats that are looking for new owners. Which, perhaps, could be you.
The used boats of Milan Yachting Week
Your eye will certainly fall on the Nautor’s Swan Brokerage stand. We are going to tempt you with two “goodies”: the first one is the Swan 40 Solenia, a little great masterpiece signed Gérman Frers. It can be seen in Tuscany at Argentario, it is the model n. 48 released by the shipyard, finished in 1999. Perfectly preserved specimen, you can find it here.
Another “top” is the Swan 47, born initially for the members of the New York Yacht Club: it is considered the most successful of the Swans designed by Sparkman & Stephens. The one on sale, visible in Spezia, is one of the rare models with movable daggerboard: Lolita Senta was launched in 1982 and recently refitted. The price? Here.
TWO VERY COMFORTABLE CRUISERS
Let’s move on to the Spartivento Yachts stand: here are two bargains ready to take you on a (comfortable) cruise. The Oceanis 45 (13.94 m) for sale, visible in Sicily, is particularly interesting because it is in the version with 4 cabins and two bathrooms, fully accessorized and with rollable mainsail. Discover it here.
Then there is a 2016 Beneteau Oceanis 48 in like-new condition. This boat is one of the queens of cruising boats with spaces, above and below deck, that are unsurprising. To the point of having, in this configuration, as many as 5 cabins and three bathrooms with electric toilets: check it out.
SUPERBOATS “OUT OF THE CHORUS
Are you looking for a used boat out of the choir? Don’t worry, there are models for you.
Equinoxe Yachts International has them on display. To give you a few examples: on the dock at MYW you’ll find the 2017 One Shot Solaris 68, a jewel of Italian-made yachting. One of the most successful sailing yachts from the prestigious Solaris shipyard born from the pen of Soto Acebal.
Or, the “modern classic” Electa, a 38-meter sailing superyacht. A unique object built by CCYD in 1990 in steel and designed by archistar Ron Holland and Tommaso Spadolini for the interiors.
We have intrigued you, haven’t we? These are just some of the used boats that are waiting for you at Milano Yachting Week! Happy hunting for used boats!