Sale Yachts Diamond For Ever

Diamond For Ever.  Three yachting legends created the highly innovative sloop, Diamond For Ever: Jon Bannenberg, Ron Holland and Wolter Huisman. The result is superb sailing prowess, huge volume, split-level decks, light interiors and even a garage. Totally rebuilt at Huisman, she has excellent sailing capability. Good value for her pedigree.

Royal Huisman, 1987/1996, 36.24m/118'8", 7 guests, €6m


Fleurtje, Built at De Vries Lentsch in Holland, Fleurtje has been maintained to Lloyds class. Totally repainted, much of the mechanical and sailing gear has been upgraded or replaced. The renowned naval architect Gerald Dijkstra optimised performance, making speed and handling improvements. Traditional cross-beamed ceilings and oak panel'ling create an atmosphere of polished elegance. Cabins include a fine master, two doubles, one twin and two singles. A trans-oceanic schooner, Fleurtje is in fine condition.

De Vries Lentsch, 1960/2002, 56.99m/187', 12 guests, US$14.75m


Lulworth. Arguably the most faithfully restored classic of her era, the largest gaff cutter in the world sails better than ever. Nearly 1,500 square metres of sails, a 52-metre mast and 27-metre boom enable this magnificent yacht to reach 14 knots. Her power at such speed is awesome. Lulworth has a beautiful interior and is totally suited to cruising as well as racing. Option to charter before you buy.

White Brothers, 1920, 46.30m/151'10", 8 guests, €19.5m

Phocea. One of the largest, fastest and most distinctive sailing yachts in the world. With top speeds of over 30 knots, she has crossed the Atlantic in just eight days. Now in top condition, the beautiful interior features limed-wood panelling, parquet flooring and highly detailed David Linley furniture. Health and beauty rooms include a gymnasium, hair salon and sauna. Phocea - fast and glamorous.

Dcan Toulon, 1975, 75.15m/246'6", 12 guests, €25m