Going, Going Gone

Super Yacht to Come Under the Auctioneers Hammer
The perfect opportunity for those looking for a truly beautiful yacht early in the season has arisen.
A fine blend of classic lines and luxury at a knock down price is the sailing yacht Aries due to come under the hammer on line by auction.
Aires, a 35 metre classic sailing ketch, built and designed and built by Camper & Nicholson shipyard in Gosport, she is currently moored in Villefranche sur Mer, France, ready for inspection. The auction will be held online at superyachtauction.com and will be open for bids until 14:00 h. (UTC+1) May 24 next, with viewing available on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 May from 14:00 to 18:00 hours.
Aires is said to be in great condition following refits in 1980, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006 as well as in 2008
The sale of Aires is the third global offering from Super Yacht Auction, who offer a platform where super yachts greater than 24 metres can be sold this way.

The concept is intended as a new resource for traditional brokerage houses, not as a competitor. It gives brokers and other sellers in the super yacht industry new opportunities to generate no-stress and especially fast sales. In addition to that any principal who brings a super yacht to the auction, is guaranteed to receive 50 % of the auction commission.
In order to serve super yacht brokers and owners worldwide Super Yacht Auction is located in Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Dubai, Hong Kong, Fort Lauderdale, London, Marbella, Monaco and New York.
The super yacht is sold in the condition in which it is at the time of acceptance (“as is where is”). For that reason every online or public auction is preceded by two inspection days (Saturdays and Sundays). That gives potential bidders every opportunity to check and verify the super yacht before bidding. Bids are irrevocable and unconditional.
Both online and public auctions take place under the official supervision of a well-established (nautical) bailiff firm or notary public.