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What is the cost of a yacht?

We are often asked how much does a yacht cost or what does a 2 million dollar yacht look like. The answers vary as much as the type of yachts considered “small” or “big”. As a starting point, we offer used yachts for sale in the 40-70’ range that vary in price anywhere from $4,200,000 to $249,000. New yachts in the 40'-70' range will vary depending on the model, engines, additional options, and added features. In general, yacht models can range in price anywhere from $500,000 and upwards of $10,000,000, depending on size, year, and model. According to the Boats Group market index, the average cost of yacht in the 56'-79' range for 2021 was $1.1 million in the US. Let’s take a look at the different classifications of yachts.

Yacht Sizes & Costs

According to Princess Yachts UK, today, there are two types of yachts: sailing yachts and motor-powered yachts. Size-wise, yachts tend to be anywhere from 20 feet to hundreds of feet, the largest luxury superyacht being AZZAM at 590 feet.

  • If you own a luxury yacht less than 40 feet long, it is usually called a cruiser. You may be asking, how much is a small yacht? We have used listings starting at $49,999 for a 23' Carolina Skiff and $1,175,000 for a 2022 Barker Boatworks 40 High-Performance Cat, just to give you an idea.

  • A superyacht is usually more than 78 feet long. How much does a 100+ foot yacht cost? Pricing examples for superyachts include the G120 2020 120 Hargrave listed at $12,900,000, and “Blue Steele” 2011 Cheoy Lee 103 listed at $5,649,000.

  • What is a mega yacht? They tend to be anything longer than 165 feet, and there is no upper limit! Currently, the world’s biggest yacht AZZAM cost about $600 million

What does a 40-70 Foot Yacht Cost?

So, if we are considering a small yacht, let’s start in the 40-70 foot range. A lot will depend if you are purchasing a new yacht or a pre-owned yacht, but you need to consider engines and optional equipment for either. However, if you are purchasing a used yacht, the year and overall conditions play a big factor as well. Let’s look at some examples:

Used Yachts 40-70 Feet – How Much Does a Small Yacht Cost?

As of this writing, Galati has over 70 used yachts listed in the 50-70 foot range, and the price ranges from $2.35 million for a 2020 Prestige 630 Motor Yacht to $475,000 for a 2003 Sea Ray 560, with lots of other boats in between. One of the best ways to know what is on the market is to use our Yacht Shopper tool.

Be the first to know when yachts in the 40-70 foot range hit the market. With our Yacht Shopper tool, you can search for and save your favorite boats, follow listings, and have personalized support from our sales professionals. Plus, you will automatically receive an email when a new boat that fits your criteria hits the market, all from one user-friendly dashboard; built with you in mind. Start your shopping experience by visiting our dashboard.

 

New Yachts 40-70 Feet – How Much is a New Yacht?

 

Many variables come into play when it comes to features, warranties, and additional options when pricing a new yacht. Usually, there is a base price, and then the buyer adds their options and customizations when available. Learn more about New Yacht Pricing. But, sometimes, you can get a great value when you purchase a new yacht from the prior year’s inventory. View our new yachts for sale that are priced to sell on our Hot Yacht Pricing page. Our new yacht buying guides below may help you determine what models suit your price range.

Turn to the Yachting Experts — Galati Yacht Sales

So we’ll end where we began. There are a lot of factors in determining how much a small yacht costs. Our certified sales professionals can help you find the right yacht for you. Purchasing a new or pre-owned boat is a big decision, but it affords you some of the best adventures and memories of your life. Our knowledgeable and experienced sales and customer support teams are unparalleled in the yachting industry. While every boat buying experience is different, our sales professionals and business office work hand-in-hand to exceed your expectations. Learn more about our yacht buying process.

 

 

How expensive are yachts?

In 2021, according to Soldboat.com, 8,474 yachts sold in the 30’ – 200’ range and less than 15 years old. The most expensive yacht was a 190’ Abeking & Rasmussen Motoryacht which reportedly sold for $34 mm and the least expensive was a 30’ pontoon boat that sold for $11,500.

How much does a yacht cost?

According to the Boats Group market index, the average cost of yacht in the US for 2021 was $424,408.

Additional yacht costs are as follows:
• The average cost of yachts 80 feet and above was $5.3 million
• The average cost of yachts ranging from 56’-79’ was $1.1 million
• Yachts ranging from 46’-55’, the average value was $424,408
• The average cost of boats 36’-45’ was $213,436
• Boats 26’-35’ the average value was $110,982
• Boats less than 26 feet, the average cost was $47,682

How much is a yacht?

There is no set answer for how much a yacht cost. It depends on your search criteria including, size, year, make, model, and condition of a vessel. However, we can give you examples of how much a yacht costs based on our data and the current market. Currently, our used listing, 2003 Westport 112 Raised Pilothouse, costs $5,995,000. Other large yachts in our inventory include 2006 105 Hargrave priced at $3,700,000 and the new 2020 120 Hargrave MY priced at $12,900,000.

Smaller yachts in the 50-70 foot range can cost anywhere from $300,000 to upwards of $4 million based on your criteria. Use our Yacht Shopper tool to set your search criteria and get notified when yachts hit the market that match.

How much does a small yacht cost?

If you consider a small yacht in the 50-70 foot range, prices can vary from $5,795,000 for a 2021 65 Hatteras and downwards to $370,000 for a 2006 Cruisers 52 Express. Some smaller yachts, based on the year, make, and model, preserve their value better than others do over time.

Whether you are buying a new or used yacht, it is a substantial investment and requires careful consideration. Determine your price range before your yacht search, and weigh your options based on available new and used yachts on the market. Check out some pros and cons of buying a used vessel.

What is the average cost of a yacht?

Based on sold data within the last 90 days, the average cost of a yacht is around $365,372.

How much does a 40-foot yacht cost?

Looking at available 40-foot yachts in our inventory, the cost ranges from $629,000 for a 2019 Absolute STL 40 to $1,200,000 for a 2014 MJM 40Z. Yacht costs will vary depending on condition, year, make, model, and size. Use our Yacht Shopper tool to set up search criteria for 40-foot yachts that interest you, and opt to get automatically notified when vessels hit the market that match. Register for Yacht Shopper to get started.

How much does a 50-foot yacht cost?

Based on available 50-foot yachts in our inventory, the cost ranges from $340,000 for a 2001 Viking Convertible to $1,324,000 for a 2009 Viking 50C. Yacht costs will vary depending on condition, year, make, model, and size. Check out our Yacht Shopper tool to create searches for 50 footers that interest you. Once you create a saved search, you will get notifications when yachts hit the market that match. Visit the Yacht Shopper dashboard to get started.

How much does a 70-foot yacht cost?

Searching available 70-foot yachts in our inventory, the cost ranges from $1,350,000 for a 2007 Symbol 70 MY to $3,945,000 for a 2012 Viking 76 Sportfish Yacht. Yacht costs will fluctuate depending on condition, year, make, model, and size. Learn about Yacht Shopper – a tool that lets you set your search criteria and automatically notifies you when yachts hit the market that match.

What is a yachts price range?

Depending on whether a yacht is new or used, the make/model and its size will all determine a yacht’s price range. For example, a newer 2020 72 Viking EB in our inventory is listed at $6,249,000. The same model, different year, comes in at $1,595,000 (1998-year model.) Depending on what you are looking for, yachts can range in price from the low hundreds of thousands to multi-millions. Check out our new yacht-buying guides to get examples of what different types of vessels cost.

 

How much does a luxury yacht cost?

According to the Boats Group market index, the average cost of a luxury yacht in the US for 2021 was $5.3 million.

Depending on your take of luxury, yacht prices can range from a couple hundred thousand dollars to several millions of dollars. For example, the 1200-foot 2020 Hargrave G120 is listed at $12,900,000. If you think “ZUKES” 2010 Viking 82 SB is luxurious (which she is), this sportfish is listed at $4,850,000. Use our Yacht Shopper tool to set your search criteria for luxury yachts, and get notified when one hits the market that matches.

How much does a 100-foot yacht cost?

Looking at available 100-foot yachts in our inventory, the cost ranges from $2,790,000 for a 1997 Stephens 100 Tri Deck Motor Yacht to $12,900,000 for a 2020 120 Hargrave. Yacht costs will alter depending on condition, year, make, model, and size. Register for our Yacht Shopper tool to set your search criteria for 100-foot yachts that interest you. You’ll be the first to know when yachts hit the market that matches your search terms.

How much does it cost to buy a mini yacht?

If you consider a mini yacht to be in the range of 50-70 feet, most vessels range anywhere from $300,000 to upwards of $5 million based on your search criteria. Learn more about our Yacht Shopper tool to help you find the ideal vessel for you and your family. Click here to register to get started.

What is the most expensive yacht in the world?

The 100-foot “History Supreme” takes the gold for the most expensive yacht ever built. The $4.8 billion superyacht is covered in platinum and gold from bow to stern.

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