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Used Yachts For Sale From 41 To 50 Feet

Listed below are used yachts for sale worldwide from 41 to 50 feet. Use the search tools to narrow your exploration. SYS Yacht Sales offers a wide range of used yachts for sale, including motor yachts, trawlers, express cruisers, sportfish yachts, flybridge yachts, center consoles, sailboats and everything in between. Search top brands like Sea Ray, Ocean, Tiara, Grand Banks, Riviera and much more. Need assistance? Contact our experienced yacht brokers. We look forward to helping you find the yacht that's right for you.

2011 50' Maritimo-A50 Aegean Enclosed Key Biscayne, FL, US

Maritimo A50 Aegean Enclosed


Farr 50 Pilot House

2021 50' Henriques-50 Sportfisherman Lanoka Harbor, NJ, US

Henriques 50 Sportfisherman

1996 50' Sea Ray-500 Sundancer Bethel Island, CA, US

Sea Ray 500 Sundancer

2013 50' Sea Ray-510 Sundancer Thunderbolt, GA, US

Sea Ray 510 Sundancer

2006 50' Silverton-50 Convertible Solomons, MD, US

Silverton 50 Convertible

1992 50' Reichel/Pugh-50 San Diego, CA, US

Reichel/Pugh 50

Blue blazes.

1998 50' Hatteras-50 Sport Deck Punta Gorda, FL, US

Hatteras 50 Sport Deck

Summer solstice.

2015 50' Beneteau-Swift trawler 50 Miami, FL, US

Beneteau Swift trawler 50

1987 50' Custom-Pilothouse Trawler Indiantown, FL, US

Custom Pilothouse Trawler

1990 50' Ronin-48 Sportfish Fajardo, PR

Ronin 48 Sportfish

2017 50' Prestige-500 Anacortes, WA, US

Prestige 500

2020 50' Absolute-Flybridge Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

Absolute Flybridge

2016 50' CNM-Continental Tender Miami, FL, US

CNM Continental Tender

2005 50' Grand Soleil-50 Split, HR

Grand Soleil 50

2021 50' Privilege-510 Savannah, GA, US

Privilege 510

2016 50' Monte Carlo-MC5 Flybridge Miami, FL, US

Monte Carlo MC5 Flybridge

1992 50' Hatteras-50 Convertible Miami, FL, US

Hatteras 50 Convertible

50 hatteras convertible.

2019 50' Palm Beach Motor Yachts-GT50 Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

Palm Beach Motor Yachts GT50

2014 50' Riviera-5000 Sport Yacht North Miami, FL, US

Riviera 5000 Sport Yacht

1999 50' Viking-50 Convertible Brick, NJ, US

Viking 50 Convertible

2001 50' Sandpiper-FLYBRIDGE MOTOR YACHT Edgewater, NJ, US


2001 50' Viking-50 Convertible Fort Pierce, FL, US

Strait Shooter

2022 50' Ferretti Yachts-500 Phuket, TH

Ferretti Yachts 500

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Winner of European Yacht of the Year 2023. The Oyster 495 is a new breed of 50 foot sailing yacht

Introducing the award-winning Oyster 495.

A luxury, bluewater cruiser with half a century of Oyster experience and innovation running through her every inch.

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Effortless handling

The new Oyster 495 is a 50 foot yacht designed for ease of use and shorthanded sailing.

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Distinctly Oyster

She embodies all the learning, insights and innovative features from Oyster’s larger models, intelligently integrated into this benchmark 50 foot sailboat.

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Equipped for adventure

A true liveaboard bluewater cruiser, equipped to take you anywhere in luxury, comfort and safety.


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Displaying all the hallmarks of Oyster’s exquisite craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail, the exceptional build quality of the Oyster 495 means she is built to last a lifetime.

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Join double Olympic gold medallist, sailor and respected journalist, Shirley Robertson, as we build and sail the first Oyster 495.

Every inch an Oyster, the new Oyster 495 features instantly recognisable design cues – deck saloon, seascape windows and flush decks, combined with exceptional sailing performance.

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Unmistakably Oyster

The latest collaboration between humphreys yacht design and our in-house design studio, the new 495 50 foot sailing yacht is an evolution of five decades of iconic oyster design cues..

Her clean hull lines and wide beam aft are the foundation for the outstanding space and capabilities of the Oyster 495. She incorporates many of our big yacht features in a compact 50 foot yacht. Instantly recognisable as an Oyster, the Oyster 495 features our pioneering deck saloon, protected cockpit and helm stations, wraparound and forward-opening saloon windows. Flush decks, signature triple vertical seascape windows, foredeck skyscape windows, a powerful plumb bow and extended bowsprit complete the look.

We were the first boat builder to create a truly ergonomically designed cockpit and helm positions, with sprayhood and optional bimini for additional protection. Details like the cockpit table, with optional built-in refrigerated drinks locker, that comfortably seats up to eight people, is just one of the many triumphs of Oyster design thinking.

The Oyster 495 consistently delivers powerful, responsive and rewarding performance in safety and comfort.

Nine knots is her happy place and her well-balanced, stable wide-beamed hull form gives you confidence to keep the sails up in almost any conditions. Twin rudders make her light and agile on the helm, offering fingertip control even in the most boisterous seas. Her low centre of gravity keel offers substantial displacement for enhanced stability and handling, and she moves easily in cruising trim. Carrying significant sail power, you are guaranteed consistently fast cruising speeds and the optional sprayhood and bimini provide excellent protection from the sun, whilst improving all-round comfort.

This 50 foot sailboat for sale offers the range of innovative automated sailing technology. This includes in-mast furling with push-button controls and B&G instruments, all operated from the helm positions, making her the perfect choice for couples or young families.

The Oyster 495 features lots of space to relax and share good times with friends and family.

Her wide beam offers unexpected returns in space, both above and below decks – something you will not find on any other 50 foot sailboat for sale. The beautifully styled centre cockpit is perfect for entertaining up to eight people for alfresco dining. The aft pushpit seats are a great place to see all the action under sail. The wide teak deck at the stern and flush foredeck offer generous entertaining and sunbathing spaces.

The transom houses an innovative, push-button operated, cassette boarding/bathing platform. A choice of subtle mood lighting and integrated audio speakers let you set the tone for entertaining guests under the stars.

New generation interiors feature modern styling, integrated technology and equipment for truly luxurious entertaining and living spaces.

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Contemporary luxury and comfort

The oyster 495 benefits from our new generation luxury, contemporary interiors that elevates her above the best 50 foot yachts..

With four interior designed themes, 495’s interiors set a new standard in her class. The well-equipped, seaworthy, u-shaped galley, saloon and cabins are well-proportioned, comfortable and luxurious. Her wide beam aft offers unexpected space compared to any other 50 foot yacht for sale.

She is eminently practical, making her perfect for liveaboard adventures. Intelligent interior space planning, combining insights and the acclaimed craftsmanship from our larger yachts, makes use of every inch of hull volume. The tasteful choice of materials, fabrics and integrated technology throughout, along with modern styling, creates truly luxurious entertaining and living spaces. The impressive owner’s cabin, with its deep luxury mattress, has excellent headroom and signature triple seascape windows, creating an amazing feeling of space and light throughout the new Oyster 495. Our new mood lighting system creates a perfect interior environment.

Like all our yachts, the new Oyster 495 is handcrafted by master craftspeople with a meticulous attention to detail, and a deep sense of pride and passion.

The learnings of half a century of designing and building bluewater cruisers feed into every detail, and the insights of our owners, skippers and crew, sailors and our own team help fine-tune every aspect of the design and build. The result is a unique combination of design, technology, engineering and hand-crafted build quality. Beautiful hardwoods run throughout every inch of this exquisite 50 foot sailboat, in everything from hand-built furniture to intuitively placed grab rails. This focus on detail reveals itself in the beautiful, hand-crafted cabinetry and the easily accessible, carefully labelled cables and pipework that run behind the scenes to make maintenance tasks simple.

The Oyster 495 is a truly connected 50 foot yacht with all the latest technology you need to stay in touch, however remote your location.

Not only does it make her an ideal liveaboard yacht, but it also makes her a work-aboard yacht. Every system is chosen for its ruggedness and fitness for purpose. The chart table is a technology hub, featuring an optional, innovative, foldout, integrated PC; lift-top desk; plotter; VHF and SSB radios; power management; generator control; switchboard; and plenty of power sockets. Oyster’s proprietary digital switching system – Oyster Command™ – lets you monitor and control various systems over a digital network and touchscreen. Optional WIFI can be accessed through the latest satellite technology, or 4G/5G cellular antenna when close to onshore radio masts. Entertainment systems are seamlessly integrated, with a concealed saloon TV and audio running throughout the boat.

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The joy of Oyster ownership

There is more than just pride on offer when it comes to owning an Oyster 495. Every new Oyster comes with a comprehensive warranty, personalised care, access to our global service network, unrivalled support, life-changing experiences and so much more.

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Specifications & features

LENGTH OVERALL 16.1m / 52’8”
LENGTH OF HULL 15.15m / 49’7”
LENGTH OF WATERLINE 14.27m / 46’8”
BEAM 4.77m / 15’8”
DRAFT - STANDARD KEEL 2.28m / 7’5”
DISPLACEMENT (LIGHTSHIP) 21,000 kg / 46,297 lbs
ENGINE Yanmar 4JH110
TANKS - FUEL 800 litres / 211 US galls
TANKS - WATER 600 litres / 159 US galls

Electric in-mast furling system

The in-mast furling system takes automation and effortless shorthanded sailing to another level.

Electric winches

Push-button control with electric Lewmar winches in sleek, black anodised finish.

Bathing platform

The innovative, automated cassette bathing platform is ideal to access ocean swimming, boarding a dinghy or stern access when berthed. It features a sturdy boarding ladder and integrated freshwater shower on the transom steps.

B&G Navigation package

The standard B&G navigation system displays boat speed, wind and depth information.

Master cabin with Seascape windows

An impressive full width owner’s cabin is completed by Oyster’s signature triple Seascape windows. These create a feeling of light and space, with exceptional ocean views.

Touch screen controls

Oyster Command™ digital switching system controls everything from on board entertainment and lighting to all your main systems, utilities and security, through touchscreens at the helm and chart table.

Wood options

Choose from a selection of wood themed interiors, including shades of sustainable sourced oak and walnut.

Extensive on deck stowage

A full width lazarette and separate sail locker provide ample storage for all your bluewater adventure kit, sails, rigging and mooring gear.

Flush Flexiteak decks

With a beautiful fine grain teak finish, the sustainable synthetic Flexiteak deck is 30% lighter than traditional teak, extremely hard wearing and retains it look with minimal maintenance.

Opening saloon windows

Oyster’s unique, deck saloon forward opening windows provide excellent ventilation, allowing fresh air to circulate freely through the yacht while at anchor or under sail.

DNV GL hull certification

DNV GL carry out stringent quality checks throughout the build of the Oyster 495 hull to certify the materials and construction reach the highest standards of extreme strength and durability.

Take advantage of shallow-draft cruising grounds and remote anchorages, with a draft of 1.83m / 6’0”.

Retractable bow and stern thrusters

Sleipner Side-Power retractable bow and stern  thrusters make it simple and safe to manoeuvre in and out of tight marina berths.

Entertainment package

Choose from an optional range of integrated electronic and AV systems to suit your personal preferences.

Saloon day bed

The multifunction saloon table can be raised and lowered to create a comfortable day bed, perfect to relax on and enjoy the integrated widescreen TV.

Hull colours

Personalise your Oyster 495 with alternative coloured hull, mast and sails. See our colour picker for inspiration.

Air conditioning

Keep the interior at the perfect temperature with air conditioning (and generator) that cools and heats. Controls in each cabin allow guests to adjust the temperature based on their personal requirements.

B&G upgrade package

Upgrade the standard B&G navigation package with the additional instrumentation, communication equipment and autopilot package.

Flush teak decks

Extensive sustainably sourced, quarter-sawn, full-depth teak ensures maximum longevity and lifespan of our hand-laid teak decks. Smooth and natural underfoot, they look stunning.

Pushpit seats

For the best seats aboard, the optional pushpit seats provide great views and the perfect spot for sundowners after a memorable day’s cruising.

Enjoy 100 litres of fresh, homemade water per hour with a reliable Dessalator Duo watermaker with automatic controls and manual override.

Add davits to the stern deck for a practical dingy stowage solution when cruising and fast, efficient access when exploring at your destination.

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The Real Cost of Buying & Owning a 50-Foot Yacht

A 50-foot yacht can be difficult to maneuver, especially in tight spaces and harsh weather, so you need to invest in proper training for yourself and your crew. You may also need to apply for special permits and licenses to operate in certain areas. These factors can add up quickly to the overall costs, so if you are determined to own a 50-foot yacht, here's the real cost of buying and owning one.

The total estimated upfront costs of buying a 50-foot yacht range from $458,000 to $692,000 and include the initial purchase price and other fees. There are also hidden costs that total $70,000–$300,000+ per year. For ongoing costs, the total estimated annual costs are $35,000–$85,000 per year.

Although costly, with proper budgeting, maintenance, and strategic planning, you can manage the costs of owning a yacht and still enjoy the lifestyle that comes with it. Let's look at some practical tips to help you manage the costs of owning a 50-foot yacht.

  • A high-end luxury yacht may cost significantly more than a basic production yacht with standard features and finishes.
  • A new yacht with low engine hours and minimal wear and tear may command a higher price than an older yacht.
  • Hiring a surveyor can help you save money in the long run by identifying any potential problems before you purchase the yacht.
  • Fuel costs can add up quickly, since a 50-foot yacht with twin diesel engines uses almost 20–30 gallons of fuel per hour.
  • Winter storage can protect your yacht from the elements, and it can also add up to the overall cost of owning a yacht.

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Cost of buying & owning a 50-foot yacht, upfront costs of buying a 50-foot yacht, hidden costs of owning a 50-foot yacht, ongoing costs of owning a 50-foot yacht, tips for managing the costs of owning a 50-foot yacht.

When buying a 50-foot yacht, there are several costs to consider, such as upfront costs, hidden costs, and ongoing costs per year. Here's a rundown on the all-in cost:

$458,000 - $692,000
$70,000 - $300,000+ per year
$35,000 - $85,000 per year

In this section, we will break down these costs into sub-sections to give you a better idea of what you can expect.

$400,000 - $600,000
$40,000 - $60,000
$3,000 - $7,000
$15,000 - $25,000

The purchase price of a 50-foot yacht varies depending on the model

Different models of yachts may have different features, amenities, and capabilities, which can affect their value and appeal to buyers . A high-end luxury yacht with state-of-the-art technology, custom finishes, and top-of-the-line appliances may cost significantly more than a basic production yacht with standard features and finishes.

Similarly, a newer yacht with low engine hours and minimal wear and tear may command a higher price than an older yacht with more use and maintenance requirements. Yachts located in popular boating destinations or areas with high demand may be priced higher than those in less desirable locations.

Here are some examples of different yacht models, their amenities, and estimated prices:

Spacious cockpit, large swim platform, modern interior, air conditioning, generator
Comfortable saloon, large galley, spacious cabins, teak decks, bow thruster
Dual helms, spacious cockpit, large swim platform, modern interior, air conditioning
Sleek design, large windows, spacious cabins, modern interior, self-tacking jib
Spacious flybridge, large cockpit, modern interior, generator, air conditioning

Sales tax and registration fees

When you purchase a yacht, you will need to pay sales tax and registration fees. In some states, you may be able to avoid paying sales tax if you purchase the yacht in a different state and keep it there.

In Florida, the sales tax rate is 6% , but there is a cap of $18,000 on the amount of tax you will pay. So if you purchase a yacht for $500,000, you will only pay $18,000 in sales tax.

On the other hand, registration fees are the fees you need to pay to register your yacht with the state where you plan to operate it. The fees are typically used to fund marine programs, such as boating safety education, law enforcement, and conservation efforts.

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Some states charge a flat fee, while others charge based on the length of the yacht. In some cases, the registration fees may also be based on the age or value of the yacht. These fees are typically renewed annually, and failure to renew your registration can result in penalties or fines.

Registration fees in Florida for a yacht over 110 feet in length can be as high as $4,000 per year. However, for a yacht under 16 feet in length, the registration fee is only $5 per year.

Survey and inspection costs

A survey and inspection is essentially a thorough examination of the yacht by a professional surveyor. The surveyor will inspect the vessel from top to bottom, looking for any issues or potential problems that could affect the yacht's seaworthiness or value. This includes checking the hull, deck, rigging, electrical systems, plumbing, and more.

For smaller yachts, the cost may be a few hundred dollars, while larger and more complex yachts could cost several thousand dollars.

By identifying any potential problems before you purchase the yacht, you can negotiate with the seller or even decide not to purchase the yacht altogether. In the long run, this can save you money and help ensure that you're making a sound investment.

Insurance and financing costs

Insurance rates can vary widely, but you can expect to pay a premium for coverage. The higher the value of the yacht, the higher the insurance premium will be.

As for financing, the interest rates for yacht loans are typically higher than those for home or car loans. This is because yachts are considered luxury items and are often seen as a higher-risk investment. The interest rate you'll be offered will depend on your credit score, income, and the amount of the loan you're seeking.

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Aside from the upfront costs, there are also hidden costs beyond the initial purchase price. Here are some hidden costs you should be aware of:

$10,000 - $50,000
$50,000 - $150,000
$10,000 - $100,000+

Environmental and regulatory compliance

Owning a yacht also comes with environmental and regulatory compliance costs. You may need to pay for permits to dock your yacht in certain areas, or you may need to invest in equipment to comply with environmental regulations. These costs can add up quickly and may not be immediately apparent when you're considering purchasing a yacht.

Crew and staffing costs

If you plan to use your yacht frequently, you'll likely need to hire a crew to help you maintain and operate it. Crew and staffing costs can include salaries, benefits, and insurance, and can be a significant expense over time. Additionally, you may need to pay for crew training and certification , which can add to the overall cost of owning a yacht.

If you're looking for paid courses for your crew, here are 9 best sailing courses you might want to check out.

Costs of upgrades and customizations

While a 50-foot yacht may come equipped with many standard features, you may want to add additional amenities or customize the interior to your liking. These upgrades can be expensive and may not be covered by your initial purchase price.

Upgrades and customizations can range from relatively minor changes such as adding a new sound system or upgrading the navigation equipment, to more extensive modifications such as adding a new deck or completely redesigning the interior of the yacht. The cost of these upgrades will be based on the extent of the modifications and the materials and labor involved.

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In this section, we will discuss the ongoing costs of owning a 50-foot yacht.

$10,000 - $30,000
$5,000 - $15,000
$10,000 - $20,000
$5,000 - $10,000
$5,000 - $10,000

Maintenance and repair costs

Regular maintenance helps keep your yacht in good condition and prevents costly repairs. Some common maintenance and repair costs include:

  • Engine maintenance
  • Hull cleaning and painting
  • Electrical and plumbing repairs
  • Sail and rigging repairs: ( Here's an article on the cost of replacing a standing rigging )
  • Interior and exterior cleaning

Docking and storage fees

Some common docking and storage fees include:

  • Monthly slip rental fees: These fees cover the cost of renting a slip at a marina or dock for your yacht to be moored. Slip rental fees can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars per month.
  • Winter storage fees: During the off-season, many yacht owners choose to store their vessels on land to protect them from the elements. The cost of winter storage can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars per season.
  • Launch and haul-out fees: These fees cover the cost of launching your yacht into the water and hauling it out for maintenance or storage, and vary based on the location and the size of your yacht.
  • Electricity and water fees: Many marinas charge additional fees for the use of electricity and water while your yacht is in the slip.

Fuel and operating costs

A 50-foot yacht typically has twin engines, which can be either gasoline or diesel. Diesel engines are generally more fuel-efficient and have a longer lifespan than gasoline engines, but they are also more expensive to purchase and maintain.

On average, a 50-foot yacht with twin diesel engines will use about 20-30 gallons of fuel per hour, while a gasoline-powered yacht will use about 40-50 gallons per hour.

Routine maintenance such as oil changes, filter replacements, and hull cleaning is part of the overall operating costs and will cost several thousand dollars per year. More significant repairs or upgrades, such as engine overhauls or electronics replacements, can cost tens of thousands of dollars.

Costs for insurance and maintenance reserves

Insurance can protect you from liability and damage to your yacht, while maintenance reserves can help cover unexpected repairs. Some common insurance and maintenance reserve costs include:

  • Liability insurance
  • Hull and machinery insurance
  • Personal property insurance
  • Emergency repairs and reserves

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Here are some tips to help you manage the costs of owning a 50-foot yacht:

Create a budget and stick to it

Your budget should include all of the costs associated with owning and maintaining your yacht, including mooring fees, insurance, fuel, maintenance, and repairs. Try to plan for unexpected costs, such as emergency repairs or unexpected upgrades.

You should also plan ahead for seasonal expenses, such as winterizing your yacht when the boating season is over . By creating a budget and planning ahead, you can avoid surprises and ensure that you have the funds necessary to keep your yacht in top condition.

Do the basic maintenance and repairs by yourself

While there are some tasks that require a professional, such as engine repairs or electrical work, there are many things you can do yourself with a little knowledge and the right tools.

By doing your own maintenance and repairs, you can save money on labor costs and ensure that your yacht is always in top condition. You can also take pride in knowing that you are taking care of your investment and keeping it in great shape.

Consider sharing and chartering options

If you don't use your yacht all the time, you may want to consider sharing or chartering options as a way to offset the costs of ownership. Sharing your yacht with friends or family members can help split the costs of maintenance and repairs while chartering your yacht to others can help generate income.

There are many websites and companies that specialize in yacht sharing and chartering where you can find an option that works best for you. Just be sure to carefully vet anyone who will be using your yacht to ensure that they are responsible and will take good care of your investment.

Learn some selling and trading strategies

If you find that the costs of owning a 50-foot yacht are too high or you are ready to move on to something else, you may want to consider selling or trading your yacht. There are many strategies you can use to get the best price for your yacht, including working with a broker, advertising online, or attending boat shows.

If you are interested in trading your yacht for something else, perhaps carefully consider your options and work with a reputable dealer. By using these strategies, you can ensure that you get the best value for your investment and can move on to your next adventure with confidence.

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The forelounge features forward-facing sofas and sunbeds, enjoying the seabreeze and the seaviews.

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The central rollbar raises the radar antennas, reserving the choice of shade up top between a retractable bimini or a fiberglass hard top with an opening section.

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The unprecedented play of levels enhaces the maindeck galley, opening up bright, airy space. The raised position is grounded by half-height furniture and, down a few steps, a large pantry provides storage space and a laundry column.


The master brings the warmly relaxing interior atmosphere below deck with rounded furniture, unexpected decorations and a finishing touch of matte bronze. Between a boutique hotel and a home-away-from-home, the suite offers every comfort.

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  • Length overall (incl. pulpit) 16,08 m (52' 9'')
  • Beam max 4,65 m (15' 3'')
  • Draft (incl. props at full load) 1,52 m (4' 12'')
  • Displacement (at full load) 26,8 t (59083 lb)
  • Building material GRP
  • Exterior designer Stefano Righini
  • Interior designer Azimut Yachts
  • Hull designer P.L. Ausonio Naval Architecture & Azimut R&D Dept.
  • Builder Azimut Yachts
  • Keel Planing, 12° deadrise at the stern and 21° amidship
  • Certifications CE B; NMMA
  • Cabins 3 + 1 crew
  • Berths 6 + 1 crew
  • Head compartments 2 + 1 crew
  • Engines 2 X CAT C9 650 hp
  • Maximum speed (test load) up to 31 kn
  • Cruising speed (performance test mass) 25 kn
  • Fuel capacity 2200 l (581 US Gal)
  • Water capacity 590 l (156 US Gal)

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Exterior design

One-third of the Oceanis 51.1’s hull is now stepped. In addition to the aesthetics of this flared shape, the new hull creates additional interior space, which in turn allows for exciting new layouts below. Her sleek, modern lines will turn heads in every harbor, while her deck and cockpit setup, replete with relaxation and lounging areas, offers a delightful blend of comfort and safety, both at sea and at anchor.

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Interior Design

Large portholes suffuse the elegant Nauta Design interior with light, creating a wonderfully warm atmosphere below, and offering incomparable views whether you are sitting or standing. An elegant palette of woods and upholsteries guarantees your tastes are reflected, and ensure your boat will always feel like home no matter where it is in the world.

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The Oceanis 51.1 is spacious, elegant, cleverly designed, and fast.

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The furling mast, self-tailing jib, and all the halyards and sheets on the standard model are brought back to a single winch at each of the helm stations, making her simple and easy to sail. As for harbor maneuvering, Dock & Go technology simplifies everything.  


The architectural choices that stand out on the Oceanis 51.1 are reflected in her habitability and an incredible amount of space. Inside, the owner cabin has an en-suite shower room and toilet, and a 1.6 m wide island bed.  The fully-fitted U-shaped galley has many convenient features. Truly a space to enjoy together, it is as pleasant to use under sail as it is at anchor.

Fitted with an extra-long carbon or aluminium mast, the Oceanis 51.1 First Line has up to 35% additional sail area in high-tech materials. The boat has a 2.8 m lead bulb keel in this high-performance configuration. This reduces weight and hydrodynamic drag. To complete this version, a composite steering wheel, top-of-the-range deck fittings, and boomsprit marry speed and cruising and promise an all new experience.

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The new Seanapps  app is the ultimate solution to help you indulge your passion for boating. With the touch of your finger, you can easily connect, monitor and order services for your boat – from routine maintenance, to requesting a wash or fuel or having us complete a repair.


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  • CE Certification A10/ B11/C12 (12 passengers on board).
  • Large benches seating eight guests, with a fold away table.
  • Two steering wheel stations each with a comfortable seat.
  • Two reclining sun loungers with drink holders.
  • First Line version: extra-long mast and bigger draft.
  • Standard version: in-mast furling system and self-tacking jib.

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3 cabins - 2 heads

  • U-shaped salon seat.
  • U-shaped fitted galley: fridge, sink, 2 burners, oven, storage and counter top.
  • Master cabin with double bed (160 x 205 cm) on the boat’s center line and easily accessed on either side and en-suite shower room and separate toilet.
  • Two aft cabins with double berths.
  • Shower room with shower compartment and marine toilet.
  • Several hull portholes and coach roof port lights make the space naturally bright.

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3 cabins - 3 heads

  • Master cabin with double bed (160 x 205 cm) on the boat’s center line and easily accessed on either side and en-suite shower room and separate toilet.
  • Two shower rooms with shower compartment and marine toilet.

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4 cabins - 2 heads

  • Several hull portholes and coach roof portlights make the space naturally bright.

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How Much Does It Cost To Buy A Yacht?

By Rob Bowman | Posted On Aug 09, 2021 Updated On Dec 12, 2023

If you're new to owning a boat and want to experience the luxury lifestyle, buying a yacht is the perfect way to indulge yourself while also creating unforgettable memories on the water. From anchoring at a secluded island in the Caribbean to cruising the coastline enjoying the fall colors, yacht ownership opens up limitless possibilities to explore the beauty of Mother Nature. It can also create quite the adrenaline rush if a sportfishing boat is more your style. There are many benefits to hiring a professional yacht broker when you plan on buying your first yacht including having someone on your side when evaluating the right price, for the right vessel.

So how much does it cost to buy a yacht on average? In 2021, the average selling price of a yacht is approximately $640,000, with prices ranging from $300,000 to over $15,000,000. This average selling price represents all pre-owned boats from 40-feet to 100-feet, power (not sail), and sold in the Southeastern United States, including the large Florida market. The data collected for this sales price was from the boating industry's MLS system.

This 50-foot flybridge yacht (seen below) was sold around the average selling price mentioned above and is a good example of what you can expect when spending over $500k . It features several bedrooms for overnight trips, a galley, a nice flybridge seating area, and a lot of comforts you would find at home.

50-foot flybridge yacht sold

A yacht can mean vastly different things to different people depending on their style of boating, where they live, what they plan to do on the boat, and the amount of equipment they choose. A 50-foot yacht can vary in price by several hundred thousand dollars depending on how new it is, its engines, brand, and amenities. Having a conversation about your needs and budget with a professional yacht broker can answer all of these questions and take the guesswork out of your search. 

While the average price of a yacht sold in the Southeast this year is $640,000, buyers can find yachts for less if they are willing to go a bit older and/or a bit smaller.

  • According to the list of 2021 sold boats, the average selling price for yachts between 40 and 50 feet was $329,000.
  • Yachts under 40 feet are generally called cruising boats and can still feature a lot of the same amenities found on larger vessels.
  • How much does a small yacht cost? Examples of active boats on the market right now show a sizeable difference in price depending on the length and year. For example, a 2021 40-foot Intrepid boat is listed for over $800,000 , while a 2011 Intrepid 40 is listed for under $400,000 .

(Seen below: This Cabo 40 would be considered a smaller yacht and is listed for under $375,000.)

40-foot cabo yacht for sale

The larger, newer, and more extravagant yachts can cost $5 million and higher. identifies a superyacht as a vessel ranging from "79 feet to more than 590 feet in length." The average selling price in 2021 for yachts over 100-feet, according to the industry MLS database, came in at just under $1 million. Of course, there were several superyachts that were between $10 million and $50 million on the list.

A prime example of a superyacht would be " ANTITHESIS ", a Horizon Yachts 136 that had an asking price of $7,990,000 at the time of sale. This superyacht featured 5 luxury staterooms, a pilothouse with full electronics suite, a jacuzzi, sauna, 2 water-makers, 2 generators, and a lot more top-end equipment. Yacht owners looking to cruise long distances or possibly turn the vessel into a yacht charter business would be interested in a boat of this stature.

( Seen below: This Horizon 136 required massive engines that gave it a range of over 1,400 nautical miles. )

horizon motor yacht

The cost of a yacht is not the only cost to consider. Purchasing your new boat is the largest upfront expense, however, there are also the costs of owning a yacht that need to be considered. This is again where hiring an experienced, professional yacht broker can really pay dividends and take a lot of the stress out of the process. Things like insurance, storage, routine maintenance, captain and crew salaries, all need to be factored in to your expectations. We dive into this a bit more in our articles Why Are Boats So Expensive? and What Should I Spend On A Yacht?

Despite the potentially high cost of yacht ownership, it is still an excellent investment in your well-being and will bring countless joyful memories. There is no other recreation in the world that brings families and friends together, while enjoying the wonders of the ocean.

( Seen below: CHIMERA is a 60-foot Hinckley sailing yacht listed for over $1 million. )

While the purchase of sailboats still account for less than 10% of all boats sold, sailing is still a popular past-time which has some very passionate enthusiasts. According to Trade Only Today , in 2019 and 2020 there were more than 1,100 sailboats sold in the United States. As you begin to figure out exactly what type of boating you want to enjoy, as well to learn the advantages and disadvantages of different boat types, you can begin to narrow down the selection process.

Below is the average cost to purchase a small yacht broken out by type :

  • Sailboats Over 40': $193,000
  • Sailing Catamarans - All Sizes: $361,000
  • Power Catamarans - All Sizes: $304,247
  • Downeast Yachts - Over 35': $532,240
  • Sport Fishing Yachts - Over 40' and in Southeast: $815,500

With so many factors to determine how much it costs to buy a yacht and maintain it, it is in the best interest of boat buyers of this magnitude to speak with a certified professional yacht broker. "Pricing a yacht in this market can be a difficult thing," said Brian T. Franc , CPYB and manager of United's Emerald Coast Division. "Pre-owned prices are definitely inflated due to lack of inventory, but there are still some great opportunities if you are fast and have someone watching the market daily on your behalf. As someone who has been in the yacht brokerage industry for almost 30 years, I can tell you that working with a professional makes a difference. We can tell almost immediately whether a boat is over-priced, what it will likely sell for, and whether or not it is the right boat for your needs.

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Average Yacht Prices | 40, 50, 60, 70, 100 feet + Helpful Examples

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How much do yachts cost? Let’s look at yacht prices per size.


Note: We will look at yachts that are a few years old. Very few people buy brand-new yachts as the price comes down a lot after only a few years.

How much is a small yacht? Let’s start at 40 feet length.

40 Foot Yacht Cost

A 40-foot yacht can be found used for around $200,000 and new models can cost as much as a million dollars. There are always lots of used yachts for sale around 40 feet in length, which makes them more attractive to first-time buyers.

Technically, a yacht begins at 23 feet. However, yachts that size will more often be referred to as boats.

A 40-foot yacht is a great option for looking for relative simplicity and plenty of comfort and capability. This size is great for day trips in the Caribbean dedicated to speed boating or simple cruising.

The size remains manageable, but the vessel can be updated with extra living spaces and amenities as desired, with a more affordable price than larger options.

The maintenance prices will remain lower as well.

Make sure you are considering the age of your yacht. Even if it is on the smaller end, it will be more expensive if it is new and custom-built to your wants.

Even if you think a 40-foot yacht is the cheapest option, these small factors make for a sliding price scale.

You might find that a smaller, new, custom yacht is more expensive than an older, simpler, larger yacht. One benefit of an older yacht is that it should have the improvements and equipment that make it comfortable to operate and will not have those additional costs.

For  sailboat prices specifically, check out this article .

Our Pick: Viking 42 Convertible: Cruise and Fish (2014)

Price: $895,000

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  • Cushioned seats
  • Underwater lights
  • Flybridge fiberglass hard-top
  • Recent engine and service
  • Joystick control
  • Cockpit shade with poles, freezer, and step-up box
  • Custom chairs
  • Coach roof overhang to provide shade
  • home theater setup
  • Freshwater wash area
  • Cockpit freezer and drink box
  • Forward-facing viewing windows in deckhouse

Here’s a great example of a yacht with differing ages and year models. It has twin diesel engines, 600 hp each, and cruise at 35 mph (pretty fast!).

Yacht Price Examples for Three Other 40-50 Foot

  • 42-foot Grand Banks 42 Classic; trawler-cruiser style yacht; twin diesel, 350 hp each, cruising speed is 13 mph. Price: $370,000 for 2004; $124,500 for 1986; older ones for less
  • 45-foot Sea Ray 450 Sundancer or Sedan Bridge; single or twin diesel, about 1,000 hp total; cruising speed about 26 mph Price: $472,000 for 2012 twin-engine
  • 41-foot Back Cove Downeast; single diesel 715 hp; cruising speed is 26 mph Price: $619,000 for 2016

50 Foot Yacht Cost

50-foot yachts are  normally owner-operated, so you wouldn’t need to pay for a crew. Now we are around the size of 2-bedroom yachts.

They can provide more living space giving the owner flexibility for more guests and making it a more permanent residential option. With more space comes the opportunity to install more amenities as well.

The biggest difference between the 40-foot vessel and the 50-foot is the accommodations.

Expect three-cabin layouts, which give plenty of space for rest. The opportunity to create guest rooms, owners’ suite, and entertainment spaces are better with these yachts.

Our Pick: Hatteras GT54 Convertible Sportfish

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The price for the 2017 model of this used yacht starts at $2,249,000. 

This yacht is 53′ 10″ long and weighs 75,000 pounds! It has twin diesel engines, 1,300 hp each, cruising speed of 35 mph.

It has a 1200-gallon fuel capacity with three staterooms. It sleeps up to 6 people, so it is perfect for entertaining without being so large to the point where maintenance becomes very difficult. It is known for its great propulsion rates and is very smooth and agile.

It specializes as a fishing boat but allows plenty of room for guests. In addition to the three staterooms, it has a large salon deck, a spacious galley, and plenty of indoor and outdoor seating.

Yacht Price Examples for Two Other 50 Foot

  • 51-foot Azimut Magellano 50; express cruiser; twin diesel engines, 425 hp each, cruising speed 16 mph Price: $670,760 for 2013
  • 52-foot Carver C52 Command Bridge; twin diesel engines, 600 hp each; cruising speed 18- 26 mph Price: $1,149,000 for 2017; $1,750,00 for 2021 with bow thrusters, gyro-stabilizer

How much is a large yacht? Let’s  step up to 60 foot.

60 Foot Yacht Cost

Now we’re looking at 2-bedroom yacht prices. A yacht in this range approaches the upper end of the owner/operator criteria.

This means that owners need to decide whether they can handle this size yacht on their own or if they need to hire outside help from a crew.

If you’re thinking of buying a boat this size, the cost may not be an issue, but understand that adding crew members adds substantial extra expenses! Crew salaries start at around $3K /mth for junior members and $10K for captains and experienced crew members.

This size is great for longer travels beyond day trips and adds more and more space for extra amenities. Hosting guests becomes easier.

Here are some examples:

Our Pick: Hatteras M60

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The average base price for this model is around $2,995,000.

The Hatteras M60 is great for someone who wants the luxury of a larger yacht but still wants to be an owner-operator. The deck’s layout below and above is spacious, with a large salon and a full master suite. It can be customized to order with hardwood floors or specific carpeting and amenities like TVs, a bar, a full kitchen, etc. It is a motor yacht, meant for pleasure cruising.

It has twin diesel engines, 1135 hp each; cruising speed is 28 mph.

Yacht Price Examples for Two Other 60 Foot

  • 64-foot Schaefer 640; express cruiser; twin diesel engines, 625 hp each; cruising speed 25 mph Price: $1,299,000 for 2017
  • 60-foot Sunreef 62 Sailing Catamaran; twin diesel engines 110 hp each; cruising speed 10 mph Price: $990,000 for 2009

70 Foot Yacht Cost

We’re now looking at 3-bedroom yachts. Once you reach this size yacht, it is almost guaranteed you will need a crew to help operate it. A crewed yacht is very different from an owner-operated yacht.

This is just shy of the superyacht category, so if you settle on this size, know you are almost there!

As previously mentioned, as the yacht size gets larger, so do the number of factors that make the purchase more layered and complex.

When yachts reach this size, the interior layout begins to change more drastically. They often have a spacious main deck perfect for dining and entertaining guests, whereas below, the yacht would likely have four or more cabins and crew quarters.

With more rooms comes more cost and more opportunity to customize the space to make it your own.

Here are some great options for this size:

Our Pick: Hatteras GT70 Convertible Sportfish

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The 2017 GT70 model runs around $4,500,000, but keep in mind the extra costs of maintenance, furnishing, and a cabin crew to help it run. It’s great for a long vacation and far-away destinations.

The GT70 convertible sportfish is known for its speed and agility, and high propulsion power. It has twin diesel engines, 1900 hp each; cruising speed over 30 mph.

It is 70′ 6″ with 2,140-gallon fuel capacity. The inside is lavish, with a galley, a huge salon, and five staterooms.

Yacht Price Examples for Two Other 70 Foot

  • 75-foot Hatteras Motor Yacht; sport cruiser; twin diesel, 1800 hp each; cruising speed 28 mph. Price: $4,375,000 for 2017
  • 74-foot Ocean Alexander Motoryacht; twin diesel, 1150 hp each; cruising speed 24 mph. Price: $1,895,000 for 2011

100 Foot Yacht Costs (and up):

You are officially in the superyacht range.

These yachts come in all styles and shapes, allowing for cruising along coastlines or focusing on watercraft and speed boating.

Since this is likely the peak size boat for practical use, you can expect a lot of additional costs for hiring a crew, maintenance, docking, as well as stocking your boat full of amenities. 

You’re likely to spend the bulk of your costs furnishing this size boat as bigger yachts typically are sold without furniture. The previous owner will want to hold on to designer furniture and other expensive interior.

Check out these great  examples of 100-foot yachts .

Our Pick: 143′ 04″ Virtus 44

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This model cost around $20,189,000.

This mega yacht is anyone’s dream.

It is home to a fully integrated beach club with room for a pool deck, floor-to-ceiling windows in the main salon, a hot tub on the top deck, five staterooms, an 8-person crew, and room to sleep ten guests.

It has room for water toys and other gadgets, with a layout that keeps them purposefully hidden from the outside world. It has a 12-knot cruising speed and 16-knot max speed,

Other 100+ Feet Yachts Price Examples

  • 98′ 5″ AB 100 Price: $8,843,260 for 2018
  • 161′ 04″ Acico Nassima Price: $17,933,000 for 2012

How Much is Yacht Insurance?

Insurance on a yacht is around 1% of the purchase price per year. It can go higher if you have lots of expensive designer furniture. This can add up over the years. It’s often cheaper to insure a sailing yacht but the price range is still within the 0.7-1.3%.

What Other Expenses Do Yacht Owners Face?

Harbor fees is another expense for yacht owners. It’s also a yearly fee that varies but as a rule of thumb, you can expect to pay around $100 per foot per year, depending on how popular the marina is. You will also have to be on a waitlist if you want a good location.

How Much Does a Luxury Yacht Cost?

A super yacht fall under the category of “luxury yachts” or “mega-yachts”.

The world’s largest private vessel belongs to the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s Azzam. It is 590 feet long and costs $600 million to build!

It is outliers like these that increase the price average for yacht owners, perhaps scaring potential owners when they start their research.

As a luxury yacht price guide, however, we need to look at averages.

Currently, the average superyacht costs $275 million. This does not even account for maintenance costs, either.

Superyachts are large and luxurious, needing a professional crew to help them run. They are designed to emphasize comfort, speed, and longer expeditions – depending on the yacht builders.

They might have:

  • swimming pools,
  • water toys,
  • diving and fishing poles,
  • fully furnished rooms,
  • helicopter landing pads,
  • and smaller support vessels

Just to name a few amenities. They are truly the epitome of the elite.

What Size Boat is Considered a Yacht?

The normal yacht length starts at around 23 feet, and can extend hundreds of feet.  If the boat meets 23 feet, it can be considered a yacht.

A boat does not need luxury features to be considered a yacht.

It can be minimal and stripped of the “extra” stuff to fall into the yacht category, so long as it meets the size and length criteria.

11 Things to Consider Before You Purchase

When making this purchase, the yacht size you buy needs to reflect what you hope to get out of the vessel.

Some important questions to ask yourself before you buy are:

  • What does your perfect day on the water look like?
  • How long will your average day on the water be?
  • Will it be more boating/watercraft focused or long cruise focused?
  • Will you use the yacht for fishing?
  • Will you be on the yacht every day of the week or just on weekends?
  • How many people do you hope to fit on the yacht?
  • Do you plan to stay on the yacht overnight?
  • Where will you dock the yacht?
  • How much boating experience do you have?
  • How fast do you want the yacht to go?
  • How important is it to have extra amenities like furnished rooms, water toys, electronics, etc.?

These questions will guide you to understand the size you really need and will be able to realistically maintain versus what your most ideal yacht would look like.

When Do You Need a Full-Time Crew?

At length over 50 or 60 feet, you may need a full-time captain or crew. 

A full-time crew person will be needed to keep all the varnished woodwork looking good and all the little things maintained.

Sometimes, you must be honest with yourself about what you want and what you actually need. Be self-aware about your abilities (or lack thereof) in taking care of a specific size yacht.

If you don’t know much about boats and navigation, you will need more help to use your vessel.

Hopefully, this comprehensive guide gives you a good starting point as you begin your yacht price research process.

Important Things to Consider As Well

Although there are many factors to consider when understanding a yacht’s prices, it is an exciting purchase nonetheless and should be enjoyed as much as possible.

At the end of your research, you’ll be the owner of a beautiful yacht you can use for leisure, cruising, sports craft, fishing, or all of the above.

Although this article is a good starting point, we would also recommend getting in touch with a  yacht broker who can help you find your best fit , model, year, and the price is given your personal budget. 

They are great sources of knowledge in addition to personal research.

Make sure you are as patient as possible in this process to make sure you are covering all your bases, but most importantly, enjoy the process!

Here’s How Much Yachts Cost on Average:

Yachts start around $300,000 for smaller 40-foot models and can go as high as several hundred million dollars for superyachts.

These are the main contributing factors to the price of a yacht:

  • The size of the yacht
  • The age of the yacht
  • The brand and  type of yacht

In general, the larger the yacht is, the more important the quality of the build becomes.

Also, potential owners need to understand the cruising speed and propulsion of different yachts.

The yacht type is also broken down into two categories:

  • Mediterranean Style Open style expresses yacht with maximum space for sun, little-to-no shade on the deck.
  • Hard-top express Semi-enclosed or fully-enclosed space on deck for the operator
  • Flybridge yachts

An express yacht is often referred to interchangeably as an  express cruiser  or  sports cruiser .

It has a single deck above the hull with a living space below.

They are much sleeker, too.

A flybridge yacht is often referred to as a sedan bridge or sport bridge, and it is typically used for fishing. It has additional space above the main deck.

Since the flybridge area has more space on the second deck, the main deck is normally made up of enclosed spaces and rooms.

It can have an open-air layout but can also have a hard-top.

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When it comes to equipment specification we’re raising the standard here too. All Kraken’s come loaded with the equipment we know you’ll want and need.

All other boat builder’s ‘standard’ will require the owner to add another 20-40% to the cost of the boat to bring it up to a reasonable specification for the task of world cruising.

At Kraken, our standard means you’ve already got everything and you don’t need to spend another Dollar, Euro or Pound to sail off the delivery dock to anywhere in the world.

Here's just some of the equipment you get, you’d never expect as standard

Hover over an item for more information on the features included with our Full World Cruising Specification, standard on every Kraken. To see everything included, check out the full specification at the link below.

Select an item for more information on the features included with our Full World Cruising Specification, standard on every Kraken. To see everything included, check out the full specification at the link below.

Kohler generator including sound shield for quiet operation

Webasto diesel heating system throughout all cabins.

This tank to tank fuel polishing and transfer system eliminates contaminate from all fuel tanks.

Dual headsail Solent rig for easy handling and performance at all points of sail. The ultimate long-distance cruising rig.

Kraken dingy davits with electric operation, made from Stainless steel.

Fully gimballed, GN Espace OceanChef 3 electric induction hob and oven.

Provides a far superior level of monitoring and capacity to set alarms and bespoke equipment and lighting requirements.

Full electronic package for both external and internal navigation stations: Garmin Autopilot station x 2, Garmin 9” screen GPS plotter/multifunction displays x 2, Garmin VHF radios x 2, Garmin wind, speed depth sounder x 2

5000 lts per hour bilge pump and sensor in the main bilge to prevent build-up of water in emergency water ingress situations.

Solas offshore flare pack

Veco Frigomar Full tropical air-conditioning system.

Hydromaster Watermaker.

Side Power 24V tunnel bow thruster.

Viking liferaft sized to suit your yacht size and layout.

Highfield Aluminium/Hyperlon Rib Yamaha outboard motor.

Soft top, tubular stainless steel bimini with Ferrari Stamoid top. Includes removable forward panels, fitted bimini lights and additional flexible screens to fully enclose the cockpit.

All six Harken cockpit winches are two speed electric and manual operation.

Stripper dual blade rope and weed cutter on prop shaft.

Textilene and open cell ‘stay dry’ cockpit cushions throughout cockpit

Stainless steel fish bone swim and diving ladder to swim platform at stern.

6 x size 8 inflated fender plus 4 x 15m and 2 x 10m 22m polyester mooring lines

Equipment you get, you’d never expect as standard

Design specification.

Click the button below for a full, detailed specification of the Kraken 50.

  • Length Overall 50 ft
  • Waterline Length 44.86 ft
  • Beam Overall 14.76 ft
  • Beam Waterline 12.47 ft
  • Draft 7.54 ft
  • Air Draft 81.35 ft
  • Displacement 41,888 lbs
  • Ballast Weight 14,330 lbs
  • Ballast Ratio 34.2%
  • Sail Area 1444.52 sq.ft
  • Sail Area Displacement Ratio 19.2
  • Engine Power 80 HP
  • Fuel Tanks (3 tanks) 223 us gal
  • Water Tanks (2 tanks) 148 us gal
  • CE Certification RCD Category 'A' Ocean
  • Length Overall 15.24 m
  • Waterline Length 13.68 m
  • Beam Overall 4.50 m
  • Beam Waterline 3.80 m
  • Draft 2.30 m
  • Air Draft 24.80 m
  • Displacement 19,000 kg
  • Ballast Weight 6,500 kg
  • Sail Area 134.2 sq.m
  • Engine Power 59 kW
  • Fuel Tank 845 L
  • Fresh Water Tanks 560 L

Build Specification

10 features included with every kraken, one piece hull and integral zero keel.

All Kraken’s comprise of a one piece hull and integral Zero Keel which houses a sealed lead ballast bulb.

The hull lay up is built using 17-22 layers of composite engineered fabrics bonded together by vinyl-ester resins. The general hull thickness is a minimum of 15mm. Aramid fibre composites (Kevlar) is also used in all impact areas, the bow stem, the front of the keel and the keel base.

The hull topsides incorporate 25mm closed cell foam, the FRP foam sandwich which extends from 40cm (16″) above the waterline to deck level. This structure improves insulation and overall hull form rigidity. A Kraken’s hull and structures exhibited no flexing.

ALPHA™ Rudder System

The rudder and steering system is the most vulnerable element of any yacht, in recognition of this, the Kraken engineering and design team have developed the world’s safest rudder and steering system.

The rudder is fully protected and supported by a full length skeg with an integral stainless steel beam, which has at its foot the first rudder bearing. The 3 ¾” (82mm) rudder stock has a second (main) bearing at its centre as it passes into the hull at the transom. This bearing is accessible and removable from the inside of transom. Even at sea!

The rudder stock has a removable third bearing at the top inside the stern lazarette. The rudder itself, comprises an integral stainless steel armature, which is welded to the stainless steel rudder stock. It is then finished and faired using FRP/vinyl-ester. 

Solid crash zone at bow waterline

A heavily reinforced ‘solid crash zone’ below the anchor chain locker, incorporating high density closed cell foam with substantial reinforcements in aramid fibres extends from above the waterline to 40cm below it. This solid area runs through to the first sealed bulkhead providing maximum collision protection.

Structural frames and stringers

All longitudinal and latitudinal structures are individually bonded in during the hull layup stages with no prefabricated structural components . The video below explains how the structural frames and stringers work on a Kraken Yacht.

All bulkheads are vacuum infused FRP with 25mm structural foam core. No plywood is used. There are two watertight sealed bulkheads forward, one between the anchor locker and the forward lazarette and a second one between the forward lazarette and the interior. A further watertight, sealed bulkhead at the stern divides the interior from the aft lazarette.

The structural bulkheads are fully bonded into the hull stringers & frames.

Deck Structure

The deck is vacuum infused FRP using composite fibres and vinyl-ester resin with a structural foam core. This provides high levels of rigidity and insulation. 

The deck structure is single-skin FRP around the base of all deck fittings.

The outside finish of the deck is panelled non-slip gelcoat with Flexiteek side decks and cockpit sole as standard. 

Integral Kraken moulded safety bulwark

All Kraken have an Integral moulded safety bulwark with concave internal surface for superior deck safety at sea.

Saloon/coach roof windows

Ultra-high impact-resistant laminated glass is used in the wrap-around saloon windows and port lights so that accidental damage will not result in water ingress to the interior.

Hull Finishes

Standard hull gelcoat colour is Signal White. Many colour options available at owners choice. 

Double line boot top in Alwgrip to owners colour choice.

3 x coats of primer and sealer applied below the waterline before standard antifoul in dark grey, other colour choices available.

Build standard and certification

All Kraken’s are designed and built to exceed ISO CE RCD Category ‘A’

Interior Video

Part 2 - Galley Interior Walkthrough

Interior Video

Part 3 - Cabins Interior Walkthrough

Interior Video

Part 4 - Walk-in Engine Room Interior Walkthrough

Key Features

All of our yachts include some of the best-designed features available on a new sailing yacht today and the Kraken 50 is no different.

The Zero Keel™

The Zero Keel™

Zero bolts, zero risk. Each Kraken yacht includes our fully integral ZERO™ Keel to protect against floating debris and grounding.

The Alpha Rudder™

Each yacht includes the ALPHA™ Rudder System, incorporating a full-length skeg-hung rudder and in-water removable rudder bearings.

Build Structure

All Kraken yachts are built with a substantial interior structure to ensure keel delamination and failure cannot occur.

The Exterior

Exterior Video

Test Sail  Skymark

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Solent Rig  Butterfly

Exterior Video

Deck Walkthrough  Part 1

Exterior Video

Deck Walkthrough  Part 2

Exterior Video

Deck Walkthrough  Part 3

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Our flagship Outback 50 completely re-defines recreational yachting

With more deck space than any yacht in her class, the outback 50 offers the ultimate experience in outdoor living..

An elegant yet modest interior extends naturally from the aft deck, providing expansive views and emphasizing comfort and easy living.

Her uniquely designed hull, shallow draft, and aft engine placement create a smooth, quiet, and comfortable ride.

The Outback 50 is also extremely economical, requiring only 600 total hp to push her to 20 knots.

Whether you’re out on the water for the day, a weekend adventure, or a longer offshore cruise, the revolutionary Outback 50 offers endless possibilities. Fish, dive, or dine from the expansive aft deck, or easily launch your tender, jet-skis, kayaks, or other water toys to enjoy your favorite anchorage.

Find out why it’s more fun “out back!”

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Award-winning naval architect and yacht designer Michael Peters has created a clean, contemporary design for the Outback 50 based on our shared vision of a unique motor yacht that combines style, function and performance.

Designed specifically for outdoor living, the Outback 50 is extremely versatile, providing comfort, efficiency, and performance unique among  cruising yachts or traditional trawlers her size.

Be sure to watch our interviews with Michael as he shares his design philosophy, his thoughts on the Outback 50, and his creation of her “almost perfect” hull design.

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Kraken 50 yacht test: This bluewater beast was built to cruise

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  • November 21, 2019

One man’s idea of what a no-compromise offshore cruiser should be, the Kraken 50 does things differently. David Harding reports

Product Overview

Manufacturer:, price as reviewed:.

Some of the most inspirational ranges of production yacht have come into being because a man started by building the boat he wanted for himself; one he could find nowhere else.

Plenty of one-offs have been created this way, but the chances are that, if the market can’t supply what one person wants, other people are in the same boat – or would like to be if it existed. That’s especially true of one that’s designed for serious offshore cruising and takes absolutely no notice of modern fashions.

Dick Beaumont is the man behind Kraken Yachts. He came up with his own 66-footer having sailed tens of thousands of offshore miles in other boats. He had the Kraken 66 built in China, found during his extensive travels that a good number of people liked the concept and, as a lifelong businessman, decided to go into production.


On a fetch under the large lightweight genoa, the Kraken clocked an easy 8.5 knots

Then came the Kraken 50. If you want to know what makes it different from anything else and why the builder believes most boats designed as offshore cruisers have got it wrong, read on.

Cruising independence

To understand the Kraken philosophy, you have to put yourself in the position of someone who’s planning to sail a long way from what we might loosely call ‘civilisation’. You want a boat capable of weathering storms, of sailing on after hitting a submerged object in the middle of the ocean and of making sure the occasional encounter with a rock or a reef is nothing more than a minor inconvenience.

This ‘surviving hitting things’ approach is central to how Kraken builds boats, and explains why Beaumont believes the keel should be an integral part of the hull structure. That means no bolts: a return, if you like, to the keels we used to see on ‘proper’ crusing yachts but without the slack bilges and wineglass sections.

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What would you want in an ultimate ocean cruising yacht? Here’s Kraken’s answer


Garcia Exploration 52 test: The sailing equivalent of a 4×4 off-roader

If you were to take your partner or family to some of the world’s most remote waters, exploring the oceans…

Modern design and technology has allowed Kraken to develop an underwater shape more akin to that of a modern yacht with a bolt-on fin, incorporating a tighter hull-to-keel radius, a slimmer keel section and, significantly, a bulb at the bottom carrying most of the ballast.

Kraken’s bulb is incorporated within the integral keel. This took some working out, but the result is a keel that becomes part of the hull structure without most of the compromises associated with traditional encapsulated keels.

It’s also longer than most modern fins, to distribute the loads over a larger area and to enhance directional stability. Beaumont calls it the Zero keel, reflecting the number of bolts and its chance of parting company with the hull.


For a heavy-duty, go-anywhere offshore cruiser, the Kraken is surprisingly sleek and speedy

In a similar vein, the rudder is mounted on a full-length skeg, the two together forming a NACA airfoil section. On production models it will be fitted with a third bearing at the top of the stock, allowing the through-hull bearing to be changed with the boat afloat.

Like integral keels, skegs – especially full-length – have fallen from fashion, but Beaumont believes they’re of fundamental importance. A rudderless boat with a big hole where the stock used to be rarely has a great future.

When, like Beaumont, you have grounded thousands of miles from a hoist that can lift a 66-footer, and have come to an abrupt halt from 9 knots after a whale bounced down the side of the keel and crashed into the skeg, you tend to develop firm views about what you want.

The rigours of cruising

Because of the slim keel section and low centre of gravity, the Kraken can carry a good spread of sail: the sail area/displacement ratio is nearly 20. Passagemaking is more relaxing in gentle breezes and, as well as being able to weather storms, it’s good if you can sail fast enough to get out of their way rather than bobbing around in the middle of the ocean waiting for them.

Krakens sport Solent rigs. The inner forestay, taken to the anchor well bulkhead, supports the rig and carries the staysail for windward work. On the outer forestay you can fly a genoa when you have cracked off a few degrees.

The rig itself is keel-stepped, of high-fractional configuration with three sets of swept spreaders and a bifurcated backstay. A centre cockpit pushes the boom up, so stowing a conventional mainsail is a bit of a stretch. The stack would be lower with a Harken Switch T-Track or you can have in-mast reefing.


The hull continues the belt-and-braces theme. The anchor well bulkhead is watertight, as is the bulkhead abaft the large locker in the bow. Beneath the anchor well is a foam-filled crash box. Into this run two of the hull’s six full-length stringers which, together with multiple frames that join the stringers or extend from gunwale to gunwale, form a comprehensive stiffening matrix.

Kevlar is incorporated in the stem and the leading edge of the keel. A foam core is used in the topsides above the waterline. Below this it’s a solid laminate.

As for the hull shape, the bow is unfashionably raked rather than plumb, for buoyancy in a seaway, a drier ride, less chance of serious damage in a collision and to keep the anchor away from the stem.


The rig is supported by three sets of swept spreaders, a bifurcated backstay and an inner and outer forestay

At the other end of the hull is a transom of modest proportions by modern standards and with no dinghy garage. That’s another ‘not-on-a-Kraken’ feature. You’re offered davits instead.

I tested the Kraken in Hong Kong shortly after it had been sailed from the yard in China. Kraken’s office was in Hong Kong at the time but has now moved to Turkey, where an additional production facility has been set up to serve the European market.

We had gentle breezes on two of our sailing days and 20+ knots with a sizeable sea on the third. The Kraken 50 proved to be quick and easily driven in light airs, clocking up to 8 knots under the full-cut genoa as soon as the sheets were eased.

Upwind speeds with the Solent jib were more modest – up to around 5.2 knots – as it’s not a big sail and the sheeting angle was wider than it will be on production boats.

To keep powered up in less than 10 knots or so, especially if there’s any sea running, you might choose to fly a flatter-cut genoa and accept that you have to sail a few degrees lower than with the jib. Such are your choices with a Solent rig.

In heavier airs the boat was dry and comfortable, powering through the seas under jib and full main with up to 25 knots over the deck. Grip from the large rudder was good, even when we tried bearing away with the sheets pinned in.

An unbalanced rudder blade inevitably makes its presence felt through the wheel, though weather helm was modest with the large mainsail suitably de-powered. The gearing in the steering – over two turns from lock to lock – also helps keep the wheel comfortable.

The ergonomics generally work well. It’s not an enormous cockpit and the fixed table takes up a fair chunk of it, but security is good. The decks are secure too: you have foot-bracing bulwarks and 70cm (27½in) stanchions with triple guardwires.


Fuel polishers are an extra guard against fuel contamination

System security

Beaumont maintains that the majority of engine problems stem from dirty fuel, so clean fuel is a priority. Two wing tanks are filled via deck fillers whose necks sit proud in a drained, covered recess to minimise chances of water ingress.

From the wing tanks the fuel passes through polishers on the way to the central tank from which the engine draws. Then there’s a further fuel polisher between the central tank and engine, in addition to the engine’s own filters.

No chances are taken with the 24V electrical system either, provision being made for manual bypass should any faults develop in the fully digital system.


Interior joinery is a choice of cherry (as here), teak or light oak. The finish is tidy throughout

Below decks

As you’d expect on a boat of this nature, variations are possible, together with a degree of customisation. The galley and the walk-in engine room are constants. Otherwise you have mix-and-match options and a choice of timbers.

On our test boat, finished in cherry, the space between the saloon and the bow locker was dedicated to a large and comfortable guest cabin with en-suite heads and shower, ample stowage and a desk with a fold-down seat. An alternative is a smaller double cabin in the bow and a bunk cabin to starboard, sharing the heads to port.


Styling and finish are good and will quite possibly be improved by the yard in Tuzla. Attention to detail is evident throughout; just one example being the inch-thick, honeycomb-cored sole boards with lugs and catches for positive engagement and no rattling.

Drawers are all wood. All tanks can be reached, cleaned out and, if necessary, removed. Cabling is routed through conduits. Seacocks can all be reached – and so on. There’s much to like and little to criticise in terms of both comfort and practicality below decks.

Not everyone will agree with the Kraken approach. If the combination of an integral keel, full-length skeg, raked stem, Solent rig and all the Kraken’s other features seems wasteful, inefficient or simply unnecessary to you, there are plenty more bluewater cruisers to choose from. Would a boat like this match a lighter, sloop-rigged conventional fin-keeler for pace? Perhaps not, at least upwind in light conditions. Offwind and in heavier airs she would give a good account of herself and, when conditions kick up, would probably be kinder to the crew. Krakens won’t sell by the hundred. Production will be limited and so will the number of people wanting a boat of this type. You get a lot for your money, however: the Kraken 50 costs a good deal less than some of the European alternatives. Together with the concept, the design and the construction detail, that might tip the balance.

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Welcome to the pinnacle of day boat innovation and luxury with Regal Boats’ flagship, the 50 SAV. Boasting an expansive 50-foot length overall and a 14′ 7″ beam, the 50 SAV is a marvel of design. Dual GarmRests, Dual opening Terrace Doors, Regal LivePower, and a spacious cabin open up new realms of possibilities, inviting you to immerse yourself in the grandeur of the open water. Step aboard and be enveloped in a world of luxurious spaciousness, where technology meets comfort, crafting an environment perfect for every adventure and every serene getaway.


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Designed to do it all & do it all well.

The Regal 50 SAV has become the pinnacle of our SAV Series, our Sports Activity Vessels, by utilizing engineering, design, and testing by boaters for boaters. Whether you are into cruising, fishing, hanging out at the sandbar, entertaining, cooking, or diving, the SAV is designed to do it all and do it all well.


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The 50 SAV's OceanTrac2 hull is built for exceptional handling and a smooth and dry ride offshore. So, no matter whether you are cruising to the Bahamas or chasing sailfish, the 50 SAV has you covered.


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When we set out to design the 50 SAV, our aim was to ensure that our flagship model embodied the pinnacle of technological innovation and convenience. To achieve this, we incorporated an unprecedented amount of tech. Equipped with an array of advanced features such as GarmRests, Regal LivePower, Seakeeper 6 stabilization, FLIR night vision technology, Digital Switching, electronically adjustable seating, an outstanding sound system, and much more, the 50 SAV sets a new standard in luxury boating.


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Step into the realm of the 50 SAV, a luxurious Sports Activity Vessel designed to redefine leisure no matter how you do your boating. With features like dual TerraceDoors, a Refreshment Island, a lowering 55" TV, and more, the 50 SAV elevates the art of leisure and transcends expectations.



With the touch of a button or a tap on your displays, the TerraceDoors fold down effortlessly, bringing you closer to the water's edge and instantly creating a more spacious environment for entertaining.


Refreshment Island

An open floor plan wraps around the Refreshment Island and invites effortless entertainment with dual refrigeration, dual grills, a sink, trash cans, and easy storage.

Fold Down 55" TV

At the sandbar and don't want to miss the game? No worries at all; lower your 55" Samsung Terrace Outdoor TV with the touch of a button, and don't miss a moment. The QLED 4K screen automatically optimizes for bright and vivid color, no matter how bright or overcast the weather is. Water and dust resistant, this worry-free TV can withstand direct sunlight and is equipped with a wide viewing angle that gives you a great view from any seat.


Ultimate Audio Package Featuring JL Audio

Enjoy premium sound throughout your boat with two M6 6.5" speakers, sixteen M6 7.7" speakers, two M6 10" subwoofers, and four JL Audio 800W amplifiers.


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With nineteen rod holders spread throughout the vessel, deep drop outlets, outriggers, a convertible transom with dual pressurized live wells, and a hull design that gets you out there even on those rougher days, the 50 SAV is ready when you are.


Dual Pressurized Live Wells

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Add the 18' outriggers to maximize your trolling spread and dramatically increase your catch rate.


Dual Insulated Fish Boxes

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Quad multi-position captain seats.

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Ultra Mezzanine Seating

The mezzanine bench seat on the 50 SAV takes comfort and convenience to new heights with an air-conditioned and heated backrest, end tables open to reveal refrigerators with an ice maker, deep storage underneath, and unbeatable views.


Spacious Bow Seating

There is room for everyone at the bow, with a spacious layout and storage under the seats. Speakers, USBs, and cup holders are spread throughout.


Most Innovative Tech In-Class

Intuitive helm with triple 22" displays.

You have full control of your Garmin systems, audio, digital switching, and more from the helm. Setting your RGBW lighting, extending your PowerShade, and various tools are right at your fingertips. Additionally, your joystick, bow thruster, and wireless phone charger are all right where you would want them.


We took "everything you need at your fingertips" seriously and created an all-new feature: the GarmRests. Thanks to two Garmin displays integrated into the armrests of your captain seats, you and your passengers now have even more control and convenience at the ready.


Multiple Companion Screens

With multiple Companion Screens, your guests have the power to find the information they need and control digital switching when they want to.


Digital Switching and RGBW Lighting

You have complete control of your systems, audio, digital switching, and more from the helm or your Companion Screens. So, setting your RGBW lighting, lowering your Power Platform, extending your PowerShade, and more are right at your fingertips as the driver or passenger.


Innovative Tech

Integrated powershade.

At the touch of a button or tap on your display, the PowerShade extends from within the hardtop to shade the aft cockpit. When combined with the Bahama Shade in the bow, nearly your entire cockpit can be covered in shade.


Reduce boat roll, transforming everyone’s experience on the water.


Underwater PowerPlatform

The 50 SAV's Underwater PowerPlatform provides easy onboard access, all without sacrificing your swim platform. Simply tap your display to lower or raise the PowerPlatform.


Regal LivePower

Gone are the days of complex power management. With our Regal LivePower feature, your 50 SAV enjoys uninterrupted power delivery thanks to cutting-edge technology. This hybrid system intelligently combines lithium-ion batteries with a generator, dock shore power, & your engines ensuring your vessel always remains powered. On a typical day out on the water all of your electrical loads will run off of battery power. Should you be overnighting or spending an extra long day on the water, the generator will automatically activate to recharge your system. Experience the convenience of continuous power without the hassle.


King Aft-Stateroom

The aft stateroom raises the bar when it comes to luxury and comfort, featuring a full-size king bed and L-shaped settee, plus a TV and storage.

Convertible Forward Berth

Step into the cabin and experience full-standing room and a large sofa that easily converts into a bed.


Luxurious Head and Walk-In Shower

The 50 SAV's head is like no other due to upscale styling, full-height standing room, and a separate walk-in shower.


Additional Storage

Tucked behind the forward sofa's backrests is additional storage. To port, you will find rod storage; forward, you will find a deep trunk.


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Cockpit Layout - TerraceDoors Closed


Cabin Layout

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Fuel Capacity
Dry Weight
Draft - Drive Up
Draft - Drive Down
Fresh Water Tank
Bridge Clearance - Water Line to Light
Bridge Clearance - Water Line to SAT Dome
Bridge Clearance - Water Line to Radar


Standard Features

Performance reports.


50 SAV Performance Report - Trip Merc 600s


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How Much to Buy a Boat v. a Yacht

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While owning a boat can provide a sense of freedom and excitement that no other form of transportation can offer, it's not without costs— they can be more expensive than you anticipate, and not just at purchase.

Key Takeaways

  • The average purchase price of a 20-foot boat is between $10,000 and $60,000.
  • Ongoing maintenance and other costs make boat ownership more expensive than many anticipate.
  • While not necessarily a good investment, boats provide other benefits that make ownership worthwhile for many.  

Getting out on a river, lake or ocean in your very own vessel can be a dream come true.

But while owning a watercraft can provide a sense of freedom and excitement that no other form of transportation can offer, it's not without costs. In fact, boats can be more expensive than you anticipate, and not just at purchase.

Here is the difference between a boat and a yacht, and how each can come with a vast array of associated costs.

What Is the Average Cost of Owning a Boat?

The first cost associated with a boat is the purchase price. Fish and Ski Marine, a Texas-based boat dealership, reported the average purchase price for a new 20-foot boat in 2023 was between $40,000 and $60,000. If you bought the same vessel used, it would be between $10,000 and $20,000.

Boats come with other upfront costs besides the purchase price. Unless you'll be buying with cash, you'll finance the boat purchase .

The typical down payment is between 10% and 30% of the purchase price, and 15% is typical. According to Boat Trader , the average loan interest rate is between 7% and 10%, depending on your credit score, age, the type of boat and the economic climate.

You'll also need to register your boat and pay the sales tax, which may be added to the purchase price.

Fish and Ski Marine reports the annual cost of owning a standard fishing or pleasure boat typically ranges from $3,000 to $7,500 per year. This includes trailers, insurance, storage and marina fees, maintenance, fuel, education and licensing fees, and equipment and accessories.

What Makes a Boat a Yacht

Boats come in a vast number of varieties, from those that don't have motors, like sailboats and catamarans, to those that do, like cruisers, speedboats and yachts. And while all yachts are motorized, for a vessel to be considered one it must have certain characteristics, including:

  • Minimum size . In general, a boat becomes a yacht when it is at least 33 feet long.
  • Recreational purpose . Boats can have a wide variety of functions, such as sailing, fishing and business, but yachts are designed for comfort, entertainment and pleasure . 
  • Luxury features . Yachts usually have spacious staterooms, complete kitchens, several heads (bathrooms) and other living spaces. After that there are countless extras, from pools and hot tubs to multiple dining rooms, bars and even helipads. 
  • Sufficient power . Compared to other types of boats, a yacht's engine should be powerful enough to travel far distances. 

The Bigger the Yacht, the Higher the Cost 

For yachts, size is a major factor in the purchase price. Per Galati Boat Sales data , the average costs in 2023 were:

  • Small (less than 50 feet): $500,000 to $2.5 million
  • Mid (50 to 70 feet): $2 million to $6 million
  • Large (70 to 90 feet): $6 million to $15 million or more
  • Super (90 feet and longer): $10 million and more
  • Mega (165 feet and longer): no average, but $600 million was a current going price 

Jim Burns, yacht broker with Knot 10 Yacht Sales in Granville, Maryland, says there are many factors that go into the cost of yacht ownership.

“Keep a boat in your driveway and it won’t cost much, but if it's in a marina slip, you’re paying for that,” Burns says. “The bigger the boat, the higher that cost will be. Everything is done in feet, and all the marinas vary.”

For example, at the Kona Kai Marina in San Diego, the range is $28 to $60 per foot based on boat length over all (LOA) or slip LOA, whichever is longer. At the Cooper River Marina in South Carolina, long-term dockage is $15.25 per foot.

Boat and Yacht Upkeep Costs

Once you have the vessel, you’ll have to ensure it remains in proper working order. Time spent on the water is a major factor in how much it will cost in maintenance.

“You’re putting a ton of stress on the boat, just from the wear and tear,” says Yosef Shimels, co-founder of Destiny Yachts, a Miami-based private luxury charter company.

“You’re utilizing the AC, the water pump and the generator. Anything can go out at any time. We have to keep reserves for unexpected maintenance costs. I learned that something will go out, and more frequently than I expected,” he adds.

Trish Taylor co-owns Fire Drill Charters, which operates on Lake Michigan, with her husband, and she has a warning.

“There’s a saying that 'BOAT' stands for ‘break out another thousand’ and that’s not just one time, but over and over again,” Taylor says.

“And it’s true. Most people have no idea of the upkeep on boats. Boat ownership is different from owning a car. They simply don’t know what they don’t know,” she says.

Be on the lookout for the cost of regular oil changes, fuel filters, adding necessary technology and storage fees.

To reduce the monthly costs of keeping the boat in a slip (if it’s too long to keep in your driveway), you may consider taking it out of the water and paying for a storage space. Burns says $200 a month is typical, but it ultimately depends on the size of the vessel.

If you can’t find covered storage, you may have to pay to have the boat shrink-wrapped so it’s protected against the elements. That too, can set you back. For example, at Michigan’s Pier 33, wrapping a boat between 34 and 35.11 feet will cost $805.

Are Boats a Good Investment?

“Boats generally lose value after purchase,” Burns says. “If you buy one for $100,000, know that you’ll never sell it for that.”

But what you put into the vessel as well as the type can help keep its value or even increase it.

"We own a 1993 Tiara Yacht we bought eight years ago,” Taylor says.

"Because of the tech and performance upgrades as well as a sought-after style that’s not made anymore, it can go for double what we bought it for. Buyers recognize well-maintained boats that have been upgraded to make the boating experience even better,” she adds.

Is Buying a Used Boat Worth It?

“In most cases a used boat is a phenomenal option,” Burns says. “For a 43-foot yacht you may pay $43,000 because it's 25 years old. To buy a new one it can be millions.”

Do make your purchase through a qualified broker, though.

“Private sales can be risky,” Burns says. “It's like buying a used car from a person online. As a broker we go through a process and handle all the transactions so the buyer gets a legal boat, and in a condition that’s acceptable for their intended use.”

It’s especially important to buy a used boat with the assistance of an expert if you're a first-time boat owner.

“If you don’t, you won’t know what to look for,” Burns says. “What’s underneath the shine? These things can cost tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars. It could be rotted out from moisture, and a fix could cost $30,000."

Pros and Cons of Owning a Boat

In the end, there are many reasons to have a boat or yacht of your own.

“They are pleasure crafts, so it's tough to put a price tag on being with your family, hanging out at a really good marina and having fun,” Burns says.

Shimels says chartering the boat out helps cover costs and provides him with residual income. "It’s also a tax benefit , because I can write off the depreciation,” he says.

As for the disadvantages, they include the unpredictable costs. “We just had an unexpected repair,” Shimels says. “A generator just went out, and it was $10,000.”

Finding the right people to help keep the boat or yacht in good working order isn’t always so easy, either.

“You have to find a good mechanic, someone to do the cleaning,” Shimels says. “There’s a variety of people you have to rely on.”

Finally, not everyone can handle the money and stress of boat ownership, and that’s OK.

“We’ve had customers who sold their boat and simply do multiple charters with us,” Taylor says. “All they do is walk on, fish and pay us. They love it. No cleaning or upkeep anymore for them.”

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