Edmiston is the go-to name for superyachts. A world leader in the sale, charter, management and new construction of yachts, it holds a special reputation as the broker you call when you seek something truly exclusive or even, theoretically at least, unobtainable.
Its charter fleet is one of the best in the business but many of its charters happen aboard yachts not usually available for that purpose. It is not a matter of price, rather a matter of relationship. Edmiston simply has the connections needed to gain access to the finest yachts on the water. This unique level of relationship with its clients is reflected in recent additions to the Edmiston fleet.
Late in 2016, the SAVANNAH yacht, arguably the most spectacular and luxurious vessel ever built, joined the Edmiston Charter Fleet. The powerful ENIGMA, one of the most celebrated and inspiring yachts on the water today was recently offered for sale exclusively through Edmiston. It is these yachts, unique, genre-defining and utterly peerless, that partly explain Edmiston’s calibre, but its people are also what make this brokerage so dominant.
With a global network of offices in key locations, Edmiston has an international presence that combines the local knowledge necessary to service the need of its clients anywhere in the world and at the very highest level. Senior brokers with years of experience work on behalf of their clients to ensure the right outcome whatever their needs. With its head office based in Monaco, Edmiston has an in-depth knowledge of the Mediterranean coastline. Each year Edmiston research the scene to find out where is hot and where is not. The most fashionable places to visit and the most beautiful locations. Winter cruises include destinations like the Caribbean or the Indian Ocean archipelagos with the Seychelles and Maldives, as well as a discovery cruise in places like Antarctica, Indonesia, the Galapagos and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
If you’re planning a charter or would simply like to know more about the superyacht world, there is an obvious place to go.
by Mayumi Yamazaki