In the yachting world, the 80-foot yacht class is special since it’s often seen as the entry point into the superyacht class. Yachts between 70 and 80 feet are great for longer sea voyages and entertaining big groups of people. They often include three or four cabins and separate crew quarters. Large inside salons, roomy cockpit areas for entertaining, cosy seats in the bow, fully equipped galleys, and hydraulic swim platforms that make enjoying the open seas easier are just a few of the opulent features that these larger yachts still have to offer. Choosing an 80-foot yachts for sale is undoubtedly a smart investment for owners who want to truly enjoy their time at sea, even though it does come with a more involved buying procedure and a higher level of product intricacy when compared to smaller yachts, like those under 60 feet.Here, we feature three outstanding 80-foot and larger yachts that have been carefully chosen to fulfil your dream of owning a yacht.
Milu’ | 2019 | €4,500,000 | Arcadia | 85’/25.9m
A remarkable illustration of Arcadia Yachts’ inventiveness, Milu’s 85′ (25.91m) design skillfully blends luxury with cutting-edge design. Milu’s GRP hull is 7.14 metres in beam, 1.66 metres in draft, and has an interior volume of 109 GT. She was delivered to her original owner in 2019. Her interior, created by Francesco Guida Design, features a chic four-stateroom arrangement that can house up to eight guests in addition to quarters for a crew of four. Her modern interior is balanced by her bold, dramatic exterior, which was likewise created by Francesco Guida Design. With a range of 850 nautical miles at 12 knots, Milu’s two MAN diesel engines allow her to reach top speeds of 17 knots and cruise at 15 knots. Milu’ is now available for €4,500,000 and is located in Campania.
Princess Yachts | 85’/25.91m | 2009 | $2,595,000 | No Curfew
The 85′ No Curfew was constructed by British manufacturer Princess Yachts and given to her first owner in 2009. She underwent a recent refit in 2022. She is 25.91 metres long, 6.3 metres wide at the beam, 1.65 metres deep at the draft, and has an interior volume of 104 GT. She is made of GRP. Bernard Olesinski created her classic external design, which combines style and functionality. She offers a luxury and comfortable travel for up to eight passengers thanks to her exquisitely crafted four-stateroom layout. Her full-beam master suite with a dressing room and newly decorated interior by Princess Yachts is one of her unique features. With a top speed of 27 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots, she is perfect for exploring different coastlines. No Curfew is a Florida home that is being available for $2,595,000.
Day Dreamin’ | 85’/25.91m | Azimut Yachts | 2007 | $1,395,000
The 85′ Day Dreamin’ by Azimut Yachts was delivered to her original owner in 2007 and is a shining example of beautiful yachting. The GRP hull of this Italian-built yacht measures 25.91 metres in length, 1.88 metres in beam, 0.6 metres in draft, and 80 GT in total interior space. With a modern interior by Galeazzi Design and a traditional exterior by Stefano Righini Design, Day Dreamin’ offers the ideal combination of flair and utility. She offers a luxury and comfortable stay for up to eight guests with her well-appointed four-stateroom layout, which also includes accommodations for up to three crew members. Day Dreamin’, powered by two MTU engines, can reach a maximum speed of 29 knots and cruise at a comfortable 24 knots. She is currently listed for $1,395,000 and is located in Florida.