Drettmann Yachts sells another Explorer from its own "Bandido Yachts" series

The Bremen-based brokerage house sold another Bandido 90 to an additional German owner.

That the market for yachts is booming, both new and pre-owned, is no secret.

There has been a real "run" on yachts of all sizes since the latest boat shows took place in the Mediterranean. Albert Drettmann can also fully confirm this development: "There has now been strong demand for several months. Good yachts are currently not easy to find; here you need an extremely strong network like we have built up over the past decades."

Drettmann Yachts' most recent sale is a Bandido 90, for which they were able to inspire a German owner. "The customer was immediately impressed by the outstanding build quality," says Albert Drettmann, under whose direction the Explorer was once built, when Drettmann Yachts had been highly successful in placing the Bandido series on the market.

"The condition of the yacht is still excellent. In addition, she got a refit including an upgrade of some components in recent months," says Albert Drettmann. Among other things, "Mocean" received new Zero Speed stabilizers.

The Explorer has a very bright and modern interior and the four cabins accommodate up to nine guests.


Technical data

Year of construction2009
Length27.90 m
Beam7.70 m
Draught2.45 m
Displacement215 t
Engine typeMAN Diesel D 2842 LE 410
Engine power2x 809 kW / 2x 1100 PS
Fuel tank38.000 l


About Drettmann Yachts:

Founded in 1970 in Germany, Drettmann is a family business focused on building and selling luxury yachts. A total of 1500 newbuildings with lengths up to 55 meters have been built under the direction of Drettmann International; around 10,000 boats and yachts have been sold in the company's 50-year history. With Bandido Yachts, Drettmann operates its own brand for custom yachts, expanded its portfolio in 2017 as a distributor for the Gulf Craft shipyard for much of Europe, Russia and Ukraine, and in 2019 became the northern German dealer for motor boats from the Bavaria shipyard.