5 most expensive yachts sold in 2016

The list of the most expensive and the most popular yacht auctions in 2016 is here. 

According to the 2016 data from data company Knight Frank, the most-expensive yachting ship sold in the U.S. was the S.

S, which fetched $7.2 million in May. 

The most-popular yacht auction is the B.C. Sea, which sold for $4.7 million in March, and the Gulfstream V, which went for $2.9 million in February. 

But even if you don’t want to go all out and spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on a yacht, here are five yacht auctions that you should definitely watch. 

1. 

Sailor B.V. (via Wikipedia) If you’re looking to own a vintage yacht, Sailor B.T.V., the BVI-class luxury yacht that was built in 1929, is a great option. 

With a total of 15,000 square feet of living space and a total price tag of $7 million, it’s an awesome yacht to own. 

2. 

Kestrel (Via Wikimedia Commons) The Kestrel, a luxury cruise ship that was sold in April 2016, was the most affordable yacht on the list. 

Its price tag is $2 million, but the cruise was built around the design philosophy of the famous French ship designer Pierre D’Arc. 

3. 

Viking (Flickr) One of the few yachties that can truly be called luxury is the Viking, a ship that has been the subject of countless reviews on TripAdvisor. 

It’s one of the priciest ships in the world, with a price tag that’s well over $10 million. 

4. 

Yacht Yachts (Via TripAdvisors) This is a really good selection of yachters that can be considered luxurious yacht-yacht. 

Among them are the luxury Cruzey, which sells for $1.2 billion, and The Duke, which has a price of $1 billion. 

5. 

Budget Yachties (Via The Verge) These are yachty that aren’t cheap but are still well-designed and are worthy of a good investment. 

For example, the Maitland-class yacht, which was built for $3.9 billion, is the best yacht- yachter for budget buyers. 

This yacht has a total length of 8,200 feet and a maximum cruising speed of 21 knots.