Industry perspective from Burgess Sales Manager Richard Lambert at Monaco Yacht Show 2022

Revered as an industry leader, superyacht broker Burgess has been in the business for over 40 years. With 14 offices around the world, the company’s experienced team has been involved in the sale of many of the world’s most important yachts.

With a reputation second to none, it’s no surprise that Burgess and the Monaco Yacht Show know each other well. This year, the broker is presenting a fleet of 11 superyachts at Port Hercules, including the 90.1-meter Phoenix II, built by Lürssen, which is listed at 129 million euros, or around 192.6 million Australian dollars.

Market Herald From the Deck presenter Iolande Skinner joined Burgess Sales Director Richard Lambert at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022 to discuss the company’s brilliant superyacht offering and the charter and sales market .

Phoenix II


  • – 90.1 meters
  • – Built in 2010, Germany
  • – 2,667 gross tonnage
  • – Underwent a complete redesign in 2019

Phoenix II | Source: Burgess

The UK-based company touches all aspects of the superyacht industry, from professional charter sales and services to new build, management and insurance. Richard explained that the Monaco Yacht Show presents the perfect opportunity to engage with customers and provide them with an enriching experience.

We have a 360 degree service in what we do, so we like to welcome people, whether it is for rental or sale, and try to show them a very good experience.

It’s a great opportunity to engage with customers, showcase what we do, and give them a chance to see some fantastic products.

Richard also looked at current trends Burgess is seeing in the superyacht market, such as exploration and multi-generational yachting.

There is now multi-generational use on board which is great. You have grandparents, parents and grandchildren. It’s become the time to bring the family together and enjoy being on board while exploring some of the most amazing parts of the world.

Having seen increased interest over the past couple of years, Richard said Burgess is “very optimistic about the next couple of years” especially for “organic growth” in the market.

There has been real growth in yachting, partly because of the freedom it gives.

I think it will be organic growth which is good for the industry, it’s good for the owners and it’s good for the customers, so we’re very positive for the future.

Here’s a look at some of Burgess’ incredible yachts on display at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022.


CRN Ancona

  • – 42.6 meters
  • – Built in 2007, Italy
  • – Accommodates 10 guests in 5 cabins
  • – For sale and for rent
Emotion2 | Source: Burgess



  • – 63 meters
  • – Built in 2015, Italy
  • – Winner of the World Superyacht Awards
  • – For sale and for rent

.11.11. | Source: Burgess


  • – 60.4 meters
  • – Built in 2014, Netherlands
  • – Transatlantic range of 5,300 nm
  • – For sale
ROCK.IT | Source: Burgess



  • – 55 meters
  • – built in 2019, Netherlands
  • – Has a touchscreen helipad
  • – For sale and for rent
POPE | Source: Burgess


Abeking and Rasmussen

  • – 74.5 meters
  • – Built in 2018, Germany
  • – 2,065 gross tonnage
  • – Maximum speed of 17 knots
Elandesse | Source: Burgess



  • – 60.2 meters
  • – Built in 2017, Italy
  • – Maximum speed of 20 knots
  • – For sale

SARASTAR | Source: Burgess


Delta Marine

  • – 72.2 meters
  • – Built in 2016, USA
  • – 7400 nm range
  • – For sale

ALBATROS | Source: Burgess


Fitzroy Yachts

  • – 37.5 meters
  • – Built in 2014, New Zealand
  • – Sailboat rigged in Solent
  • – For sale
GETAWAY | Source: Burgess



  • – 52.3 meters
  • – Built in 2010, Netherlands
  • – 645 Gross tonnage
  • – For sale and for rent

LIND | Source: Burgess