Asking price: 9,750,000 €

The 122-year-old classic yacht Madiz, the oldest yacht in the world with Lloyd’s classification, has set sail into the market. This steel-built 55-meter yacht stands as one of the largest true classics from the early 20th century still navigating the waters today. With a vibrant history dating back to her delivery from the Scottish shipyard Ailsa Shipbuilding in 1902, MADIZ was initially commissioned as a support boat for her owner’s schooner. However, the outbreak of World War I led her to a new role in service with the Royal Navy. Following World War II, she found herself in the hands of British nobility, embarking on a new chapter as a pleasure cruiser in the Mediterranean.

In the swinging sixties, this stunning yacht found a new home in Piraeus, Greece, where she lay dormant until a savvy Greek businessman recognized her potential and rich heritage. After undergoing several refits and changing hands, MADIZ still exudes the charm of her original features, now enhanced with modern upgrades.

MADIZ offers a seven-cabin layout, comfortably accommodating up to 14 guests. The interior styling reflects the timeless British Victorian themes from her launch. The master suite offers exclusive deck access and features a luxurious Jacuzzi-style tub. Additionally, one of the cabins includes a spacious office, perfect for working while at sea,

On board, there are plenty of spacious outdoor deck areas for dining and relaxation, including an open sundeck and shaded forward seating for enjoying meals. The yacht is equipped to accommodate a crew of ten and comes with a 6-metre Riva Superflorida tender and a 6-metre classic launch. Powered by double Mercedes 250 HP engines, She can reach a top speed of 11 knots, with a cruising speed of ten knots, and has a range of 2,750 nautical miles at cruising pace. Located in Perama, Greece, available for €9,750,000 with VAT paid.

Length: 55,04 m

Built: 1902

Builder: AILSA Shipping 122 Year Old Classic

Beam: 6.86

Draft: 3.99

Max Speed: 11Knots

Cruising Speed: 10Knots

Guests: 14

Cabins: 7

Crew: 10

Gross Tonnage: 359

Range: 2750 Miles

Flag: MALTA m