There is nothing that can quite compare to the pleasure and joy of commanding your very own sailing yacht. Feel the invigorating power of the wind propelling your sails, granting you the extraordinary freedom to explore the world without limits or interruptions. Available in various types and sizes, from dinghies to cutters and sloops, there remains a timeless elegance and beauty in larger vessels measuring more than 50 metres. Navigating the world’s most beautiful oceans for centuries, large sailing yachts have also graced the most prestigious yachting hubs, racing in regattas for over a hundred years. The ideal vessel for anyone passionate about the open waters; owning a sailing vessel is the epitome of yachting. To help inspire you, we’ve two of the most amazing 50-metre and up sailing yachts for sale.
Ngoni | 58m | 2017 | Royal Huisman | €40,000,000
Built by the Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman, the 58-metre Ngoni was delivered to her original owners in 2017. One of the most innovative, radical and striking high-performance sloops on the market today, she features a bold design from Dubois Naval Architects and a cleverly appointed interior by Rick Baker Ltd. Her strong plumb bow and distinctive reverse sheer lines, with a beautiful full glass deckhouse and tiered beach deck aft, are just a few of her notable exterior design features. Featuring a 71-metre carbon mast, her state-of-the-art engineering perfectly balanced her powerful and advanced rig with a sleek yet easy-to-steer and manoeuvre hull. Below deck, her minimalist styling matches her exterior with an edgy and slightly masculine feel. The open-concept deckhouse houses a modern bar and dining area, as well as an informal lounge with plush seating. Her lower deck is home to three brilliantly appointed staterooms, including the expansive owner’s suite with a separate office and dedicated gym. Able to host a crew of nine in addition to six guests, Ngoni is the perfect sailing yacht for discerning owners looking to explore the world’s corners in comfort and style. Powered by an MTU diesel engine, she has a cruising speed of 12 knots and a maximum speed of 18 knots.
Tiara I 54.25m | 2004 | Alloy Yachts | Price on asking
Delivered to her original owners in 2004, the 54.25 metres Blue Water sailing yacht TIARA II was constructed by New Zealand yard Alloy Yachts. Undergoing a 6 million euro refit in 2019 to ensure she is completely up to date, she is among the most beautiful sailing yachts available now. With a stunning exterior design by Dubois Architects and a classic interior by John Munford Design, she retains all the hallmarks of traditional sailing yachts. Her tall and strong 62.5 metres mast is part of her design to navigate the open, rough waters safely. On her aft deck, the cocktail tables can be turned into a dining table or used as an open space for lounging, dancing or even as a helipad. Her timeless exterior design pairs perfectly with her interior, which features authentic 1930s and Art-Deco finishes. Able to accommodate up to ten guests across five staterooms, her owner’s suite is split across two levels and features a private office, a large marble bathroom and a full-beam cabin. The remaining four staterooms include two double ensuite cabins and two twin cabins, each with an additional. Powered by a Caterpillar diesel engine, she has a top speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,900 nautical miles at 11 knots.