Three of the most amazing 80-foot yachts for sale

80 - Milu


The 80-foot yacht category has a unique role in the yachting industry because it is widely regarded as the gateway to the superyacht sphere. Yachts between 70 and 80 feet in length are often well-equipped with three to four cabins and designated crew quarters, making them ideal for longer voyages at sea and hosting large gatherings. These larger yachts nevertheless include a variety of opulent features, such as spacious inside salons, vast cockpit areas for socialising, comfortable sitting at the bow, full galleys, and hydraulic swim platforms that allow for easy enjoyment of the open waters. While purchasing an 80-foot boat involves a more complex purchasing procedure and a deeper level of product complexities, particularly when compared to the acquisition of smaller yachts, such as those under 60 feet, it is unquestionably a sensible investment for owners wishing to truly enjoy their time at sea.Here, we present three remarkable yachts in the 80-foot and above category, each carefully chosen to make your yachting dreams a reality. 

Milu’ | Arcadia | 85’/25.9m | 2019 | € 4,500,000

Milu’ is a stunning example of Arcadia Yachts’ creativity, seamlessly combining luxury and cutting-edge design in her 85′ (25.91m) design. Milu’ was delivered to her original owner in 2019 and has a GRP hull with a 7.14m beam, 1.66m draft, and 109 GT internal space. Her interior, designed by Francesco Guida Design, features a sophisticated four-stateroom configuration that can accommodate up to eight guests as well as a four-person crew. Her strong, dramatic external design, likewise created by Francesco Guida Design, complements her contemporary interior. Milu’, powered by two MAN diesel engines, can reach a high speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots, with a range of 850 nautical miles at 12 knots. Milu’, which is currently located in Campania, is for sale for €4,500,000. 

No curfew | Princess Yachts | 85’/25.91m | 2009 | $2,595,000

The 85′ No Curfew was built by British shipyard Princess Yachts and delivered to her first owner in 2009. It was recently refurbished in 2022. She is made of GRP and is 25.91 metres in length, 6.3 metres in beam, 1.65 metres in draft, and has an internal volume of 104 GT. Bernard Olesinski created her iconic exterior design, which balances beauty and performance. Onboard, she has a wonderfully constructed four-stateroom layout that can accommodate up to eight guests, offering a pleasant and comfortable ride. Her unique features include a full-beam master suite with a dressing room and Princess Yachts’ newly decorated interior. She is perfect for exploring diverse coastlines, with a top speed of 27 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots. No Curfew, located in Florida, is presently available for $2,595,000.

Day Dreamin’ | Azimut Yachts | 85’/25.91m | 2007, $1,395,000

The 85′ Day Dreamin’ by Azimut Yachts is a fine example of beautiful sailing. It was delivered to its original owner in 2007. This Italian-built yacht features a GRP hull measuring 25.91 metres in length, 1.88 metres in beam, 0.6 metres in draft, and an internal volume of 80 GT. Day Dreamin’ strikes the perfect combination between style and functionality, with a traditional external design by Stefano Righini Design and a contemporary interior by Galeazzi Design. Her well-appointed four-stateroom layout can accommodate eight passengers and up to three crew members, providing a luxury and comfortable vacation. Day Dreamin’, powered by twin MTU engines, can reach a top speed of 29 knots and cruise at a comfortable 24 knots. She is currently for sale in Florida and is priced at $1,395,000.