This is a compilation of the Motor Yacht types, an alphabetical order of the most known brands. As this is useful for them as it is for the readers of this blog, I haven’t considered to ask permission for the pics or the text excerpts I’m going to use in this article, directly from the mother sites of each motor yacht brand. It is a complex one, in more parts, which will cover the first issue of the yacht choosing process. I’ll continue as soon as possible with the types of yachts using sails as the propulsion and the combination of power with sails, being more specific with the boats built in Turkey. I’m using lists from wikipedia as well. (I guess, I’m going to use their boat types lists, I’m not sure).
The Charles Chang’s Activa Marine from Australia, specializes in power yacht construction, from the smallest (46 ft) to the luxury (85 ft). Here are some model samples:
The new ACTIVA 4600 Euro Style Sedan/Flybridge has a three cabin design, new window styling, new flybridge layout, new stainless arch and optional hard top and extending the cockpit and swim platform.
The new ACTIVA 5100 Sedan/Flybridge has wide side-decks, a spacious Foredeck and the large Cockpit.
The ACTIVA 6400 represents a high water mark for all raised pilothouse motor yachts.
The 7000 is the flagship of ACTIVA raised pilothouse fleet.
This motor yacht is the largest version of the ACTIVA Legacy range of Motor Yachts.
The Motor Yachts can be built to survey requirements with a choice of ABS or USCG [USA] NK [Japan] Lloyds [UK] MSA [NZ] USL Standard [AUST]. They act modestly: “With so many models to choose from and supplier prices changing monthly because of the movement of the US dollar, prices can’t be posted on the web as they constantly change.” This is as unprofessional as it takes, because it drives the potential client to the brokers, and the brokers are automatically “+” at the price evaluation. Either they put on top of the builder’s price or they claim to have a certain commission paid, you understand what I mean. Of course, a broker sometimes can be invaluable. I’m offering you some Australian prices here, as the company is based there. A new 4600 is $ 795,000. 1 Aus$ = 1.0066 USD that meaning the price is almost in USD. A 5300 is 1,25 Mil, a 5800 is 1,49 Mil, a 6400 is 1,85 Mil, a 8000 is 3,75 Mil and the 8500 Legacy Model is 4,250,000 Aus/US Dollars.
Don’t understand what was so hard to publish…
This above, is an Activa 6400 based in Auckland, New Zeeland, for sale for the nice sum of £ 1,111,110. They don’t come too cheap.
More companies and yacht models, as soon as possible, after I fix the routine with this blog. Daily posting would be ideal, of course, but I’m afraid it wouldn’t be possible.
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