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Fraser Yachts at the Inaugural Superyacht Show

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Fraser is delighted to participate in the very first edition of The Superyacht Show, which will take place in Barcelona from May 2-5th 2018. LYBRA, the Large Yacht Brokers' Association, has organised the inaugural Superyacht Show at the luxurious One Ocean Port Vell marina in Barcelona in order to create a fresh, unique superyacht experience for clients, owners and yacht brokers alike.

The show is designed to remove the business to business element that has begun to dominate other yacht shows in the yachting calendar and aims to provide an opportunity for charterers and buyers, as well as their representatives or brokers, to visit some of the best luxury yachts on the market in a client-centric environment. Only a limited number of exhibitors and sponsors have been invited to participate in order to ensure that clients will be the focus of the show, so their needs can be catered to as a matter of priority in a relaxed and luxurious setting.

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Fraser is delighted to announce its line-up of six superyachts including the 70m M/Y Saint Nicolas, the 66.40m M/Y Okto, the 52m M/Y Latitude, the 44.50m M/Y Bacchus, the 43.61m M/Y Lady Duvera and the 42.67m S/Y Aphrodite A.

M/Y Saint Nicolas

Presented for sale, SAINT NICOLAS is a 70M Lurssen in immaculate condition. With completely new paint work, 10 year Class survey completed and constant upgrades, she has been maintained to the highest standards. SAINT NICOLAS has had the same Captain for ten years and has never been chartered.

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M/Y Okto

OKTO is an outstanding concept and design with exterior by Andrea Vallicelli and interior by Alberto Pinto/List. Accommodating 11 guests in six staterooms, she features a huge Owner’s suite with spacious balcony. OKTO is presented for sale and is packed with many special features such as a heli pad, a 6m swimming pool, a guest elevator and four tender bays.


M/Y Latitude

LATITUDE displays an elegant art-deco transatlantic style with 6 double staterooms including an Owner stateroom on the main deck with balconies, a full beam sky lounge, an elevator servicing all decks and a beach club. She is built to Lloyd’s & LY2. Available for sale, LATITUDE is an iconic yacht in outstanding condition with incredible gross tonnage of 812 tons.

Latitude Fraser

M/Y Bacchus

Presented for charter, the interior décor on board BACCHUS reveals infinite luxury. The water toys are endless including a 12m water slide and 10m Davis Tender. The extended swim platform has lavish stairs leading into the water for a graceful retreat back on board. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five staterooms.


M/Y Lady Duvera

LADY DUVERA is a full-displacement, five-stateroom, sub 500GT Hakvoort that finished her refit and complete paint job in 2017. Available for sale, she has a transatlantic range, zero speed stabilisers and her generators were rebuilt to zero hours. Hull design and naval architecture is by Diana Yacht Design and the superstructure is designed by Felix Buytendijk. She has always been used privately and never chartered and she is VAT paid.

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S/Y Aphrodite A

Presented for sale, APHRODITE A is a long-range cruising aluminium sloop built by Vitters with beautiful exterior and interior design by Hoek Designs. She was built like no other for the purpose of extended autonomous cruising, in exceptional safety, comfort and luxury.


In addition to its impressive line-up of six yachts, Fraser will be delighted to welcome clients for a reviving break from the hustle and bustle of the show in its private member suite and terrace, furnished with luxurious furniture by Kettal.

Anyone attending The Superyacht Show and wishing to view any of the yachts in the show or find out more about the superyachts available in the Fraser sales and charter fleets, please contact: YACHTSALES@FRASERYACHTS.COM



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