After FORBES Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) published a list of BiH yacht owners in Montenegro, the market of luxury vessels was investigated.
Although it cannot be said with certainty how much these owners paid for their yachts, by looking at the currently available prices on sites specializing in the sale of yachts, it is possible to get insight into the extent of financial investment in these prestigious symbols of wealth and luxury.
To get a better picture of this luxury market, here is a review with a list of yachts starting with the most luxurious options. This approach allows to explore the range of yachts available, providing an insight into what can be expected at different price points.
From 58,000 to 4,000,000 BAM
In the world of luxury yachts, prices vary by year, brand and equipment. In the ‘super heavy’ category there are the yachts of Emir Granov and Fahrudin Radoncic. Granov is the owner of the yacht Fim 340 Regina, built in 2023, whose current price is around 882 thousand BAM, while the impressive Sunseeker 80 from 2010, owned by Radoncic, reaches a price of three to four million BAM, according to specialized sites for the sale of luxury yachts.
According to the Center for Investigative Journalism, the price at which Radoncic bought the yacht in October 2020 is 3,030,250 BAM. Radoncic sold the previous yacht Princess 62, manufactured in 2018, in September 2020 for 3,584,000 BAM.
Among the most expensive models, Karnic SL 800 from 2003 owned by Goran Stanivukovic, whose current market value is estimated at around 317 thousand BAM, and Princess 50 from 2004, owned by Maja Radanovic, with a market price of 605 thousand BAM, also stand out.
Vektor Adria 1002 from 2007, owned by Dragan Acimovic, and Cayman 30 Fly Bridge from 1997, owned by Aleksandar Milakovic, have a similar market value – the first one is estimated at around 133 thousand BAM, while the second costs a little less, around 120 thousand BAM.
In the middle segment of the market, the Airon 325 from 2001, owned by Milan Stanisic, is valued at just under 155 thousand BAM, while the Beneteau Oceanis 34 from 2013, owned by Mladen Dragicevic, is valued at around 166 thousand BAM.
On the other hand, the Crownline 255 CCR, built in 2008, which is owned by Bojan Predojevic from BiH, is currently valued on the market at a little over 58 thousand BAM.