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Formed by Texas businessman, Don Davis, out of the ashes of the former Sovereign Yachts yard in Richmond, British Columbia , Canada, a suburb of Vancouver. Sovereign, who had been building Davis’ 138’ Status Quo, went out of business at the end of 2003, Davis changed the company’s name to Richmond Yachts and began trading under that name in 2004.
After the launch of the 138’, a second vessel of 142’, which had previously been started at Sovereign, was launched in 2006 and was sold as “Sunchaser”.
The yard launched two additional 142’ Motoryachts one in 2007 (“Staus Qho”) and the other in 2008 (“Richmond Lady” before slowing down during the “Great Recession”. The yard increased the size to 150’, launching it’s final 150’, hull #7, “Status Quo”, after which the company closed it’s doors in the summer of 2015.
Richmond Yachts built high volume fiberglass yachts, with richly detailed traditional interiors. Based on the owner/user experience, the company built vessels on spec with some innovative and thoughtful features not found on competitor vessels of the era.
The yard consisted of 70,000 sq. ft sheds on 6 acres of land on the banks of the Fraser River.
Worth Avenue Yachts listed and sold the 142’ Richmond Yacht, 2010 “Natita II” after only 4 months on the market.
For more information on the Richmond Yachts shipyard, any of the Richmond Yachts for sale listed below, to discuss a Richmond Yachts new build project, or to charter a Richmond Yachts, contact us here, or call us on 561.833.4462