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Positive outlook for superyachts in changing times

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With owners spending more on superyachts and charter bookings increasing, brokerage house Fraser looks at trends at the start of 2022.

 

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The total asking price of all superyachts sold in Q1 was €1,200 million (about US$1,260 million), the highest figure for the January-March period since records began, Fraser announced in its latest contribution to Yacht Style (Issue 65).

 

Raphael Sauleau, CEO of Fraser, said: “Although the world is living through uncertain times, it’s positive to see that yacht sales and charters in the first quarter of this year were up on the same period a year ago.

 

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“Although the total number of yachts sold is a little lower than it was in 2021 for the same period (158 in 2022 compared to 205 in 2021), the average asking price has jumped sharply – by almost €2 million per yacht.

 

Fraser also revealed that charter increased compared to 2021 as travel restrictions eased in popular charter locations. In Q1, Fraser’s own charter retail brokers signed 74% more charters than they did in Q1 of 2021 and charter management fleet bookings rocketed by 160%.
www.fraseryachts.com

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