The 80-foot yacht category holds a distinctive place in the yachting industry, as it is commonly viewed as the threshold into the superyacht realm. Ideal for more lengthy journeys at sea and hosting large gatherings, yachts within the 70 to 80-foot range are usually well-equipped with three to four staterooms and designated crew quarters. These larger yachts still offer a range of luxurious features, including expansive indoor salons, generous cockpit areas for socializing, comfortable seating at the bow, as well as comprehensive galleys, and hydraulic swim platforms that allow for effortless enjoyment of the open waters. While opting for an 80-foot yacht brings a more complex purchasing process and a deeper level of product intricacy, especially when contrasted with the acquisition of smaller yachts, like those under 60 feet, it is certainly a wise investment for owners looking to really enjoy their time at sea.
Here, we present three exceptional yachts in the 80-foot and above category, each meticulously selected to turn your yachting aspirations into a tangible reality.
Milu’ | Arcadia | 85’/25.9m | 2019 | €4,500,000
A striking example of Arcadia Yachts’ innovation, Milu’ combines luxury and state-of-the-art design effortlessly in her 85′ (25.91m) design. Delivered to her original owner in 2019, Milu’ features a GRP hull with a beam of 7.14m, a draft of 1.66m and an internal volume of 109 GT. Her interior, designed by Francesco Guida Design, encompasses a sophisticated four-stateroom layout, accommodating up to eight guests alongside quarters for a crew of four. Her bold, striking exterior design, also crafted by Francesco Guida Design, balances out her contemporary interior. Powered by two MAN diesel engines, Milu’ has a top speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots, with a range of 850 nautical miles at 12 knots. Currently located in Campania, Milu’ is listed for sale at €4,500,000.
No Curfew | Princess Yachts | 85’/25.91m | 2009 | $2,595,000
Recently refitted in 2022, the 85′ No Curfew was built by British shipyard Princess Yachts and delivered to her first owner in 2009. Made from GRP, she measures 25.91 meters in length, with a beam of 6.3 meters and a draft of 1.65 meters with an internal volume of 104 GT. Her timeless exterior design, which blends elegance with performance, is by Bernard Olesinski. Onboard, she features a beautifully designed four-stateroom layout, with accommodations for up to eight guests, ensuring a luxurious and comfortable journey. Among her special features is the full-beam master cabin with a dressing room with renewed interior decoration by Princess Yachts. She is ideal for exploring various coastlines with a top speed of 27 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots. Located in Florida, No Curfew is currently listed for sale at $2,595,000.
Day Dreamin’ | Azimut Yachts | 85’/25.91m | 2007 | $1,395,000
A prime example of elegant yachting, the 85′ Day Dreamin’ from Azimut Yachts was delivered to her original owner in 2007. This Italian-built yacht has a GRP hull with a length of 25.91 meters, a beam of 1.88 meters, a draft of 0.6m and an overall internal volume of 80 GT. Day Dreamin’ offers a perfect balance of style and functionality, featuring a classic exterior design by Stefano Righini Design and a contemporary interior by Galeazzi Design. Her well-appointed four-stateroom layout accommodates eight guests and includes quarters for up to three crew members, ensuring a luxurious and comfortable experience. Equipped with twin MTU engines, Day Dreamin’ has a top speed of 29 knots and cruises comfortably at 24 knots. Currently located in Florida, she is listed for sale at $1,395,000.