YACHTS FOR SALE IN SOUTH AFRICA
RICHMOND YACHTS – $ 13,900,000 – 43.28M – 2008 This 2008 lightly used Ward Setzer yacht was built at the quality Pacific Northwest Shipyards of Sovereign, in Richmond, Vancouver. She features six elegantly finished guest staterooms, each with private bath, plus cabins for eight crew. Although 142 feet in length, she has the volume of […]
RICHMOND YACHTS – $15,645,000 – 45.72M – 2010 Excellence, a 2010 150’ Richmond Tri-Deck Motoryacht is the largest built at Richmond Yachts. Five luxurious staterooms aboard Excellence can accommodate (10) and include a full beam master stateroom with King berth on the main deck and four additional guest staterooms on the lower deck all with […]
CODECASA – $ 44,500,000 – 65M – 2014 Incredible volume, immaculate interior, 9 more, 65m megayacht with new paint and fully custom engine room. New to the market, DOUBLE DOWN offers huge volume over 5 sumptuously styled decks. 9 guest suites can accommodate up to 19 guests, including 4 VIP suites, 2 doubles and 2 […]
YACHTS FOR SALE IN SOUTH AFRICA
BAGLIETTO – $27,000,000 – 59.4M – 2009 Highly customized she is the largest and most outstanding project ever constructed by Baglietto Yachts shipyard. Designed to offer exceptional interior volume for her guests VICKY features outstanding 5 cabin layout with a spacious full-beam master suite on the main deck. 4 guest staterooms are located on the […]
FEADSHIP – $19,800,000 – 44.65M – 2010 Built to the highest standards by the Royal Van Lent Feadship shipyard in Holland, Gladiator encompasses everything that Feadship does best in terms of design, construction, engineering, systems and materials. With naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects and elegant interior styling by Sinot Yacht Design, GLADIATOR boasts […]
HAPPYSSIMA DI LI GALLI – $2,300,000 – 34.7M – 1989 This yacht has continuously undergone improvements and is in a very good condition. Some of her improvements are: replacement of teak decks on the main deck, new Seatel TV system, full service on generators, new gyro autopilot, new parquet in main salon, new piping for […]
South Africa: White Sands, Exotic Wildlife, and Rich History
Africa’s southernmost country is a prime tourist destination, with nearly 15,000,000 visitors making the trek to see its iconic white sand shores and famed wildlife preserves in person. Arriving by boat, plane, and train, visitors flock to South Africa like bees to honey; drawn in by the sense of wonder its megafauna, varied terrain, and rich cultural history inspires.
No trip to South Africa is complete without a trip to Kruger National Park in Limpopo Province. It doesn’t matter if you’re a nature-lover or not: buy the daily admission pass and gaze in wonder at some of the most iconic animals on the continent, including lions, elephants, rhinoceroses, leopards, cheetahs, hippopotamus, giraffes, and zebras.
For a more immersive experience, consider buying a camping pass for an extended multi-day stay.
Other great South African national parks to visit include Table Mountain, Camdeboo National Park, Agulhas National Park, and Mountain Zebra National Park.
Once you’re done “roughing it” exploring South Africa’s myriad national parks, you’ll want to buy a tropical drink, kick back, and relax by the balmy warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Luckily for you, there’s ample opportunity to do just that: South Africa is home to some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world. Among the most iconic are North Beach and South Beach in Durban, Plettenberg Bay and Buffels Bay in Western Cape Town, and Camps Bay, Clifton, and Bloubergstrand (an excellent place to view otherworldly Table Mountain) in Cape Town.
Luxury Megayachts For Sale in South Africa
One thing you’re sure to find in South Africa is an abundance of luxury yachts for sale. If you’re looking to buy a million-dollar boat from a yacht broker in South Africa, you have two choices:
1. Spend hours Googling things like “megayachts for sale” or “yacht dealers in South Africa”
2. Let Lombrosa Yacht’s talented team of luxury yacht dealers locate pristine yachts for sale help you buy the boat of your dreams
If the second option sounds preferable (it should), you need to set aside some time to browse our unbeatable selection of luxury yachts for sale. Our dedicated staff of yacht brokers and dealers will help you find the perfect boat for sale. It doesn’t matter if you’d like to buy a motorized superyacht or if you’d rather locate a pre-owned sailing yacht for sale; Lombrosa Yacht’s dealers and brokers are here to help you find the best prices on luxury yachts in all of South Africa.
If this is your first time buying a megayacht from a Lombrosa Yacht dealer, you’re in for the experience of a lifetime. Our yacht brokers work tirelessly to locate the most desirable luxury boats for sale in all of South Africa so that when you’re ready to buy, all you have to do is tell us which yacht you’ve got your eye set on, and our brokers will do the rest.
Life in Beautiful South Africa
If you currently live in South Africa or are in the process of buying a home there, you’ve got it good. The African nation is absolutely teeming with activity, from bustling local markets to a vibrant nightlife scene.
Locals flock to buy tickets to rugby matches held at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg or Kings park Stadium in Durban, but the sporting obsession doesn’t end with rugby. First National Bank Stadium in Johannesburg is home of the Kazier Chiefs F.C. and holds the title of largest stadium in Africa with an incredible seating capacity of over 94,000.
South African food is a unique blend of indigenous traditions coupled with the tastes and flavors brought to the nation from decades of colonial rule. Indian, Dutch (Boer) and French influences can be seen throughout the country, but its best kept secret is arguably its incredible number of vineyards. Visitors and locals alike can find tickets to a wide array of vineyard tours for sale, and even take the heralded “wine tram” on an all-encompassing tour of 14 of the biggest wineries located in South Africa.
No matter what you’re interested by, you’ll find it in South Africa - if you’re lucky one of the 55 million enough to live there, we’re sure you know this already!