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Monaco Yacht Show Preview

From September 25 to 28, Monte-Carlo will host the Monaco Yacht Show. More than 125 incredible superyachts will be on display together with many luxury tenders. Most of them are world première. Here are some of them strictly in alphabetical order, together with some other interesting new entries

Abeking&Rasmussen – Excellence 
Excellence smashes the mould and promises to turn as many heads in 20 years’ time as she does today.


With her striking bow and her visionary, industry disrupting layout, Excellence brings forward a new era for superyacht design. Her exterior lines draw the eye up to the bridge and owner’s decks which are surrounded on all sides by curved floor-to-ceiling mirrored glass.


Providing the perfect opportunity for indulgent relaxation, she features a swimming pool and platform, as well as jacuzzi and sprawling beach club and impressive limousine tenders.

Alia Samurai
With exterior styling by Omega Architects, naval architecture by van Oossanen and interior design by Redman Whiteley Dixon (RWD), Samurai (60,20 metre) combines top northern European design with Alia’s proven yachtbuilding capability.


The low-rise exterior profile with its bold vertical windows, elegantly arched superstructure and long aft overhangs exudes power and grace. But her sleek lines disguise a high-volume interior of 1050GT, most of which is housed inside the hull.


Besides the engine room, the lower deck is dedicated to a spacious beach club and gym with fold-down transom door and side platform, a tender garage with room for two custom tenders of up to 7m, the crew quarters, crew dinette and pro-spec gallery.


The main deck provides accommodation for 10 in four guest cabins and a full-beam, forward-facing owner’s suite. The staterooms, open-plan main salon and dining room benefit from natural light and sea views thanks to the full height windows. A stairway on the aft deck provides direct exterior access to the beach club below.

Amels – Aurora Borealis
Aurora Borealis is the first Amels 220 – a timeless design by Tim Heywood, capturing the very best of the British designer’s much-loved exterior signature. Winch Design created a custom interior design for the Owner.

Alongside seven suites, plus large indoor and outdoor socialising areas, totalling 1,150 square metres (12,300 sq ft), the AMELS 220 offers amenities for celebrations and hosting special guests with 7-star service.

Arcadia Yachts – Sherpa XL
At the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show, Arcadia Yachts will display the new Sherpa XL. Successor of Sherpa, XL is another step in the growth process of the shipyard philosophy, giving life to a new line of yachts next to the historical A line.

The concept of the Sherpa XL, developed with the Milan-based Hot Lab design studio develops around the arrangement of the decks. The bow decks are staggered, so there is one central staircase with reduced height differences. This unusual layout has permitted to achieve large spaces in a limited height, arranging volumes in unusual ways. 

The direct relationship with the sea is enhanced in the cockpit, which is connected to the stern platform by a short set of scenic steps. These steps create an interlocking pattern between the narrow topside and the low volume that supports the sundeck. This large space, nearly 65 square metres in size, is unencumbered and can be enjoyed at any time of the day.  

Azimut Grande S10
Rather than being a mere evolution of the S series, the Grande S10 is really a standalone model. The arrival of Alberto Mancini to do the exterior design brought a welcome burst of energy with the result that it is essentially new. Admired for his purist approach, Mancini likes to take his inspiration from the aeronautical and car design worlds, being particularly familiar through his work with the latter.

He explained the philosophy behind this boat as follows: “I took my inspiration f from three sources: a beachhouse in Malibu with large terraces leading down to the shore; a megasailer that inspired the split-level cockpit, and the car world because car design is always hugely inspiring”.

The yacht’s Francesco Guida interiors remain top secret but the eclectic Neapolitan engineer did let one hint slip: “They are designed as the evolution of a stylistic direction that started with the S7 and S6, and so they very meticulously mix metal, lacquer and leather finishes with classic wood given original treatments. There is generous master stateroom with a central bed, corner bar, dressing area and bathroom” he finishes.

Baglietto 55 T-line Severin*s
The new 55-meter hull is part of Baglietto’s traditional platform (the T-Line) designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design. The vessel’s soft and sleek lines reflect Baglietto’s traditional Italian style and, together with the lowered gunwales and side air vents, will embody the Seagull brand’s distinct aesthetic features. Francesco Paszkowski designed the warm and cozy interior in collaboration with architect Margherita Casprini.

The layout is set up perfectly for charter with a total of six cabins, The main deck is dedicated to the Family. It has a vast master suite with a central bed, a secluded office, and a walk-in closet. The central lobby hosts a panoramic lift in marble which connects the three decks. The sun deck, a Baglietto trademark, is astonishing: 150 square meters of al fresco space. The placement of the tender and toys in the foredeck allows more space to be dedicated to the Beach Club, which offers a gym and spa. The yacht is certified with the maximum class by Lloyd’s Register of Shipping and has received two Caterpillar engines 3516C DITA, which push her at a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots.

Baltic Liara
Commissioned as a world girdling performance cruising yacht, this all-carbon sloop is also equipped to be a threat on the racecourse .
Designed primarily as a fast, easy to use, family cruising yacht, the Baltic 112’s experienced owner clearly has more than an eye on the racecourse. He’s employed in-vogue naval architect Malcolm McKeon to give the yacht the edge it needs.

Award-winning interior specialist Adam Lay has produced a stunning limed oak accommodation finish to give this exciting cruiser/racer a stylish touch of luxury below.

Benetti – Metis
Is a 63-metre-long custom yacht boasting a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure stretching over 5 decks, with a maximum beam of 10.6 metres, a draught of 3.1 metres and a gross tonnage of 1,245 tons, will hit the Monegasque territorial waters in the next days.

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The exteriors are the work of Giorgio M. Cassetta, the interiors and the structure were designed by Bannenberg&Rowell, who worked in partnership with Birgit Otte on the décor. Stunning is the gym on the Fly Deck that is fitted with sliding bow and stern doors and tinted side windows that provide complete privacy and an unbeatable sea view. Shaded by the Fly Deck, the Bridge Deck houses the pilothouse and the captain’s cabin. The outdoor areas, complete with dining area and recreational area, are designed to enjoy the outdoors at all hours of the day. The Upper Deck features a charming lounge area with grand piano and bar corner. 

Benetti – Big Five
Big Five is the fifth watercraft of Mediterraneo 116. The exteriors of this 35.5-metre displacement yacht boasting a fibreglass hull and carbon fibre superstructure were designed by designer Giorgio M. Cassetta, while the interiors were designed by Benetti’s Interior Style Department.

The layout of the yacht, designed to accommodate 12 guests and 7 crew members, was tailored to the needs of the owner who suggested the use of light opaque woods combined with greyscale and dark ash woods that add a sophisticated and elegant feel. While, marbles such as Zebrino Apuano and Olimpico Striato add a touch of modernity.

Benetti – Eurus
The third yacht that will be on show is the Dolphin 95 “Eurus”, boasting a fibreglass displacement hull and a carbon fibre superstructure. At first glance, the elegant and luxury interiors are immediately striking and blend well with its streamlined design by Giorgio M. Cassetta. This 29-metre-long boat is laid out on four decks and features 5 cabins that can accommodate 10 people.

The colours chosen for the interiors, echoing subtle shades of pink, green and blue, create a relaxing atmosphere in the rooms, which is perfect for a boat designed for families. Particularly noteworthy are the stylish chrome finishes and the wooden floors, installed alternating light and dark oak. Zebrino and Limestone marble floors in the bathrooms adorn the owner’s and the guest cabins.

Key products that will feature at the Monaco Yacht Show will be the SP 600 rotating ladder and the P 338 Infinity Elegance helm seat.
SP600 Rotating Ladder
The new SP 600 G is an automatic rotating ladder which doubles up as a gangway. Suitable for stern or side installation, the SP 600 has a stainless steel structure which is available in either polished or powder coated stainless steel.

The self levelling steps in teak ensure they are easy to use and the double row of manual removable stanchions makes the ladder easy for stowage. Extremely easy to use also thanks to the control panel which can be operated remotely from the cockpit as well as the electro hydraulic control unit. 

The automatic P 338 Infinity Elegance helm seat
This set has a simple and elegant shapes are perfectly suited for the stylish solutions adopted on the various crafts thanks to an almost total degree of personalisation and customisation. The ergonomic seat, the angle of the seat back and the adjustable footrest promises the maximum comfort even on long trips.

The P338 can be supplied with either an electric or manual support seat and comes in standard vinyl fabric upholstery or genuine leather. Alternatively, the chair can be personalised using the customer’s own choice of fabric.  

Bluegame BGX70
BGX70 is the result of the collaboration between Luca Santella and Marina and Bernardo Zuccon.

BGX70 was built with a fibreglass hull, while the interiors were built with materials that would accentuate its bond with the sea, thus the designers opted for the most natural fabrics, leathers and woods. Colours and shades were chosen to add a feel of balance and harmony free of strong contrasts, creating a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Shades of wood and white were chosen in order to accentuate the maritime character of the entire project.

A key aspect of the design of this model was the ability to build the entire lounge on two different levels connected by an internal staircase: this allowed us to create two different living areas. Two other important features are, on the one hand, the deep connection between indoor and outdoor areas, which are connected through a set of sliding doors and, on the other hand, the great flexibility.

CCN Vanadis
Vanadis is the fourth yacht in CCN’s Fuoriserie family. It’s a 31 m fully-custom aluminum yacht and is the first Italian motor yacht to obtain the Lloyd’s Register’s “Hybrid Power” certification.

The craft is fitted with a set of AKASOL lithium-ion batteries (175 kWh) supplying most onboard utilities and allowing to remain at anchor at zero emissions for up to 17 consecutive hours and to cruise at limited speed for up to 120 minutes, depending on the power load.

The layout includes a master cabin and two guest cabins on the lower deck, while the indoor areas of the main deck, behind the wheelhouse, feature a spacious salon, a dining area, and an open galley.

Both the interior layout and interior styling have been fully customized to the specific needs and wishes of the owner. This has resulted in a highly functional, comfortable, discrete and tasteful design. The general style can be described as a modern interpretation of a “Jugendstile Interior” thanks also to the use of wood such as bleached oak and walnut.

CMC Marine – Waveless
After the world debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival CMC Marine will display the new Waveless system in Montecarlo. Waveless is the new family of ultracompact electric stabilizers designed for boats starting from 12 meters in length.

Waveless is designed for mid to large-sized boats starting from 12 meters in length and uses the same technology that has driven CMC Marine stabilizers to a position of excellence in its market. The smallest unit has an onboard diameter of 38 cm and a height of 22 cm.
The Waveless by CMC Marine family consists of four STAB stabilizer models and four TRIM intruder models. The full range of STAB stabilizers will be on show and an operational STAB 25 unit will be available for demonstrations.

Columbus Yacht – Dragon
World premiere in Monaco for the 80 meter Dragon, the new flagship of Columbus Yachts, a Palumbo Superyachts brand. Built in just 27 months, it represents an Italian excellence of timeless elegance and constructive craftsmanship.Dragon stems from the advanced naval engineering of Hydro Tec Studio, responsible also for the exterior design. The interiors are by Francesco Guida. The boat develops over six decks, five of which are served by an elevator to ensure maximum comfort on board.

Her interiors has been designed to create a warm, sophisticated and at the same time modern atmosphere. The lower deck houses the 200 square meter beach club which includes a bar, a sauna and a Turkish bath, several relaxation areas and a chaise lounge. On the main deck there are  four guest cabins and the large panoramic Vip cabin. The fourth deck, exclusively reserved to the Owner, includes a 110 square metre cabin, with 180 degree view of the private foredeck, Roman travertine-clad bathroom and sauna, separate wardrobe and vanity.

CRN 135 Mimtee
CRN will present the world premiere of the M/Y 135, its latest 79-metre megayacht delivered in August at the Monaco Yacht Show. CRN M/Y 135 is entirely personalised and built throughout to the owner’s vision. Zuccon International Project, shaped the external lines, while the interiors and the external guest areas were styled by Laura Sessa. 

With five decks – one the owner’s exclusive domain – and at 79 metres in length and 13.50 in the beam, the Ancona yard’s latest arrival hosts up to 12 guests in supreme comfort. The comprehensive accommodation includes the owner’s suite and five guest cabins plus 15 cabins for the 29 crew and another five for members of staff, while the indoor and outdoor living areas bring out the pleasure of entertaining moments on board. The yacht has a top speed of 16 knots and cruises at 15 knots, courtesy of her twin CAT 3516C engines outputting 1640 kW at 1600 rpm.

Custom Line – Custom Line 106
The Custom Line 106’ is a new addition to the planing range, a product of the partnership between the Francesco Paszkowski Design studio, the Ferretti Group’s Engineering Department and the Product Strategy Committee. A minimalist design spans the interior and exterior, while the surfaces merge into each other in a display of architectural balance that breaks down the boundaries between the spaces. The large, interconnected floor surfaces (220 m² in total) are another distinguishing feature of the Custom Line 106’.  

The forward area is bigger than on other recent models: on the raised central island there are sofas and upholstered seating with reclining backrests and on the bow area there is a large sun pad).
The interiors of the main deck are bathed in natural light thanks to the large, full-height windows. The full-beam master cabin is in the foredeck and there are four standard cabins on the lower deck: two VIP cabins amidships and two twin ones forward, all with separate bathrooms. The entire interior design scheme in this first unit has been customized to cater perfectly to the requirements of the owner, in accordance with Custom Line’s famous tailor-made style.

Damen Joy Rider
Joy Rider is the first 46-metre from the DAMEN Yacht Support range and is perfect for the owner who wants to enjoy amazing adventures, undersea treasures and come face-to-face with Earth’s most spectacular wildlife.

Joy Rider offers a fun and flexible configuration with comfortable accommodation and lots of room for high-end toys, submarines and tenders. The workhorse at the heart of the action is an impressive high-performance 6.7-tonne deck crane, making use of the aft deck space for tenders and toys.

The blend of superyacht support and stand-alone functionality includes outdoor sun and shade on Bridge Deck, a spacious Main Deck lounge, accommodation for 6 guests and 7 crew; touch-and-go helipad and high comfort thanks to zero-speed stabilisers and the yacht’s patented Sea Axe pedigree.

Fipa – Maiora 30 Taboo of the Seas
After the world Première in Cannes the new 30.5-metre Maiora 30 Walk-Around yacht arrives in Monaco.

Registered as a yacht under 24-metres, the Maiora 30 Walk-Around has an overall length of 30.5 metres and a width of 7.50 metres, making her the largest yacht in her category.

Designed by the Turin-based studio Fossati Design Bureau, the Maiora 30 Walk-Around showcases interior designs that perfectly reflect the owner’s desire for a bright and sober ambience with a touch of warmth and hospitality. 2.15-metre tall windows allow profuse sunlight to flood the interior, brightening the space up and allowing guests to enjoy the view from indoors.

Across her four cabins, the Maiora 30 Walk-Around can sleep up to nine guests. The master suite, situated on the main deck, has been strategically designed to allow the owner to enjoy the spectacular view.

Floating Life/Cantiere delle Marche – Audace
Audace is a 43m expedition yacht, built by Cantiere delle Marche and designed by Floating Life and Studio Sculli.

Audace is part of the Floating Life KSeries and represents a real innovation in the yachting industry, presenting many technical upgrades, such as a bottom technical deck that allows having easy access to the technical areas, without bothering guests.

She features a fully private Owner’s deck, complete of Jacuzzi, studio and private saloon. With 2 huge entertainment areas, 2 cranes capable of carrying a Land Rover Defender and BMW GS onboard, and a range of 5400nm, she is definitely innovative.

Audace’s interiors are by Alessandra Negrato of Studio Sculli, who delivered on Andrea Merloni’s (the owner) requests.

He asked for a simple but not minimalist boat with no trendy elements as he wish to live onboard at least 8 month per year.

Heesen – Galvas
Galvas, (previously known as Project Neptune) is a 56 metre yacht with aluminium superstructure built by Heesen.

It features exterior design by H2 Yacht Design while the fast displacement steel hull is developed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. Galvas cruises at 13.0 kn and reaches a top speed of 15.5 kn. She can sleep up to 12 guests in six staterooms, including a 85 square metre owner’s suite on the main deck, complete with its own gym, steam room and office. Reymond Langton Design penned Galvas’s interior décor working to a brief calling for a “rich and refined atmosphere” with “subtle design details”.

Key materials include light fiddle back sycamore combined with pale taupe leathers, bronze inlays and white onyx, while several pieces of custom art designed by DKT feature throughout the yacht. Power comes from a pair of MTU 8V4000 M63 engines for a top speed of 15.5 knots. When trimmed back to 13 knots, Galvas has a transatlantic cruising range of 4,300 nautical miles. Tenders and toys are stored on the foredeck, ensuring that the lines are not disrupted.

Isa Extra 130
Extra 130 Alloy is the perfect superyacht for socializing and entertaining with family and friends.

The upper deck, for instance, boasts an outdoor dining area with TV, bar, a large sofa and chaise-lounge as well as a large sunbathing area and several seats.

The interiors are designed to optimize space and make it comfortable and ideal for entertaining guests. The layout includes four cabins with private bathrooms located on the lower deck and a full-beam master cabin on the main deck.

The large garage accommodates a 5.36 meter tender and a jet ski. Aluminium hull and superstructure.

Lurssen – TIS
This massive volume yacht is one of most ambitious Lürssen’s projects to date.


TIS was commissioned for a long-time charter client of Moran Yacht & Ship, who has over the past seven years, chartered some of the largest and highest quality motor yachts in the world.


This experience has led to owner input on nearly every level, from guest accommodations to propulsion package selection, all the way to crew area design.


With an interior and exterior styling by Andrew Winch Design, TIS will feature 2 helicopter pads, a 12 meter swimming pool, a resort inspired spa in the aft of the vessel, and palatial staircases that to date have only been seen in palaces.


Her tender garage will accommodate two 13 meter tenders and an abundant selection of other water toys. Lack of space will not be an issue for this family-oriented owner.


In addition to a massive private owner’s deck, eight other guests staterooms will accommodate sixteen additional guests in absolute comfort.

Lynx 24 Evolution
Built in the Netherlands, the YXT 24 Evolution is a shallow draft robust platform designed to go anywhere and custom-built to meet any owner’s need.

Everything is possible thanks to the solid engineering and naval architecture package that underpins the operation and aesthetics of the yacht. The YXT 24 Evolution has a spacious beach club, one of the best for its size: it becomes an extension of the enormous 75-sqm maindeck.

The versatility of this yacht makes it easy to stow whatever an owner wants. It is the ideal support vessel, offering the perfect blend of utility, seaworthiness and style.

Majesty 140
The Majesty 140 is an elegant 140-foot superyacht that offers unrivaled luxury.

Its extensive glass side windows allow plenty of sunlight inside and give the guests stunning panoramic views of the seascape around. The Majesty 140 additionally has 4 guest staterooms that can accommodate up to 10 people in the lower deck.

The rooms are finished in premium wood and have the finest Onyx Costa Blanca marble with crystal door handles. Powered by two MTU engines of 2,600 hp each, the yacht can reach a top speed of 20 knots. The Majesty 140 boasts a Gross Tonnage of 360 GT.

Mangusta GranSport45
The Mangusta GranSport 45 is an explosive mix of Italian style, elegant profile and personality, and a flawless combination of design and innovative technical solutions that epitomize the purest Mediterranean lifestyle that unmistakably characterizes all Mangusta yachts. The simple, comfortable and laid-back-style layout smoothly connects the various onboard areas.

The truly distinctive feature on this yacht, however, is the upper deck, where the central living room is connected to both the stern, via large sliding glazed doors, and the forward sun bridge, the latter featuring a wonderful infinity pool with a waterfall and a Jacuzzi for up to 7 people. With her maximum speed of 26 knots, a range of 3,500 miles at 11 knots, and a draft of only 2.2 m (7’2”), the Mangusta GranSport 45 offers her Owner unlimited freedom of choice

Mangusta Oceano 43
Great versatility and an onboard lifestyle normally found on far larger yachts are Mangusta Oceano 43’s most striking features, allowing the Owner and his guests to enjoy life at sea in the most diverse conditions and the most exotic locations. Design and Technology: two examples of this flawless blend are the forward infinity pool – featuring two separate sunbathing areas that dive into a magnificent pool with a waterfall – and the aft beach club, where the aft hatch converts into a wonderful platform on the sea, revealing a multipurpose area.

Equally impressive are the yacht’s technical characteristics: a cruising speed of 11 knots, ensuring a range of over 4,500 nautical miles; very limited consumption, thanks to the CFD-optimized, tank-tested hull; great stability both at anchor and when cruising; and the use of cutting-edge materials and technologies to minimize noise and vibrations – all features that were recently confirmed during the sea trials. The Mangusta Oceano 43 is penned by Alberto Mancini. 

Nomad 95 SUV
Gulf Craft’s acclaimed Nomad Yachts long-range vessels will attend the Monaco Yacht Show with the Nomad 95 Sports Utility Vessel (SUV).

Designed for ‘adventure onboard’ Nomad Yachts feature hybrid hulls, a characteristic that sets them apart and provides their distinctive seakeeping and ocean-going capability.

Until recently, the Nomad Yachts range consisted of the Nomad 55, 65, and 75, featuring a conventional fly-bridge design. These models have now been joined by the revolutionary new SUV collection, comprising the Nomad 65 SUV, Nomad 75 SUV, and flagship Nomad 95 SUV.

These new additions break new ground with unique layouts, spacious interiors and proven ocean-going performance.

Ocean Alexander 90R
The 90R is the first model of the new Revolution Series of yachts by Ocean Alexander.

It is a collaborative design between the offices of Evan K. Marshall and Arrabito Naval Architects, both of which are world-renowned for yacht design and naval engineering.

Some unique design elements of the 90R includes a never-before-seen beach club that comes with a wet bar and gorgeous skylight, the perfect place to relax and watch the stars. 

The height of luxury can be found in the spacious on-deck master along with the option of four additional staterooms below. With floor-to- ceiling windows, the salon provides stunning near 360° views that will be unrivaled in its class.

Oceanco – DreAMBoat
The 90m DreAMBoat is designed by Espen Øino for the exterior and Terence Disdale Design for the interior. The classic profile with generous overhangs from the superstructure and cutouts in the bulwarks lend a traditional timeless appearance.

The exterior deck areas flow seamlessly into the interior spaces maintaining continuity and consistency. DreAMBoat’s amenities cater well to multi-generational family life. She is an example of proven reliable technology and has achieved the ECO-IHM (inventory of hazardous materials) notation.

Onda Tender Onda 331 Granturismo
This 10-metre open tender is a head-turning superyacht tender models and has a fully customizable modular design to allow owners to create their ideal boat, offering a wide range of practical features rarely available on yacht tenders. 

Through Onda’s trademark smart design approach – combining engineering expertise and extraordinary seaworthiness with state-of-the-art composite hulls and excellent craftsmanship – the resulting tender can achieve high speeds without compromise to comfort or safety. The 331GT follows in the footsteps of Onda’s limousine tender, which was also designed by the award-winning luminaries at Scandinavia-based Mannerfelt Design Team.

Complementing the efficient design, light weight construction keeps the 331GT hull light while the vinyl ester and foam core composite technology delivers a more robust seakeeping ability than carbon fiber alternatives. As a result, top speeds of up to 60 knots are achievable on the 331GT with just a pair of 250HP outboards.

Oryx – Oryx 379
Oryx, a line of the Emirates-based shipbuilding group Gulf Craft, will expand into the European market after the debut of the Oryx 379 at the Cannes Yachting Festival and the presence at the Monaco Yacht Show.

Designed by Mr Hussein Alshaali, the Oryx 379 is the first of the next generation of luxury sports cruisers built specifically for the international market. Marking a departure from previous models, the new Oryx line benefits from Gulf Craft’s internationally renowned expertise in luxury yacht building.

With a distinct near plumb bow design, the ORYX 379 merges power and performance with exceptional styling. Maximum space has been utilised inside and out, offering ample social areas for excursions with family and friends. Inside, she comfortably sleeps up to four guests.

Composite teak decking and warm white lighting create a home away from home ambience throughout.

RIVA 50 metri Race
Riva 50 mt realises the dream of Carlo Riva who, in the 1960s and ‘70s, driven by his brilliantly ambitious desire to exceed every limit, created the famous Caravelle and Atlantic series steel motor yachts of which Riva 50 mt is the worthy heir, with her peerless standards of aesthetics, style and innovation. At 50 meters long and with a maximum beam of 9 meters, she offers an outstanding experience at sea, featuring comfort, elegance, care over detail and exceptional yacht building expertise.

The masterpiece from Riva Superyachts Division is a cutting-edge work of naval engineering, bringing together the most advanced technological solutions and unmistakable styling: values that have animated the Riva myth in 177 years of history. Majestic in her elegance, Riva 50 mt is a product of the partnership between Officina Italiana Design, the firm headed by Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta that designs the entire Riva range on an exclusive basis and the engineering team selected to design the new Riva super yachts with the Ferretti Group Product Strategy Committee.

Royal Huisman – Sangi 
Sangi (‘change’ in Esperanto) is innovative, attractive, efficient and highly adaptable to your world, your vision. Her sleek 55m | 180ft hull is easily driven, enhancing performance, range and economy while limiting environmental impact. It brings together the talents of the celebrated designer Cor D. Rover with the expertise and quality of the renowned Royal Huisman shipyard to present a truly ‘smart’ vessel – a stunning new alternative to the traditional way of doing things.  

Sangi offers the highest standards of quality, finish, service and reliability. Her lightweight aluminium hull form, based on the patented Fast-Displacement XL® Van Oossanen Naval Architects, delivers enhanced hydrodynamics for performance and stability. 

Sangi delivers choice – and plenty of it. The deck plans indicate the spacious internal and external leisure areas, fine dining, media theatre, a magnificent owner’s suite and guest rooms for at least 10 guests. This is just a starting suggestion.

As an owner you will have complete freedom to choose your own interior layout and styling, subject only to the retention of the main structural bulkheads.

Sanlorenzo 64Steel – Attila
At the Monaco Yacht Show 2019 – the international event dedicated to boats over 30 meters long – Sanlorenzo will be exhibiting the new 64Steel which at 1,600 gross tons, 64 meters long, with five bridges and a maximum internal width of 12.5 meters, is the largest yacht ever built by Sanlorenzo. 

A truly innovative boat, thanks to a layout and structures that have allowed Sanlorenzo to adopt new solutions designed to maximize the quality of life on board, while retaining its elegant external lines. Among these, the Main Deck at the stern and the Beach Club on the Lower Deck certainly represent the most characteristic parts of the project.

An admirable sign of design and layout is surely the double staircase that connects the pool area and lunch area at the Beach Club, complete with sauna, hammam, massage room and gym, au fil de l´eau. With the transom and open side platforms, the Beach Club covers an area of 78 square meters. 

Silver Yachts – Bold
With her 85 metre, Bold is the fifth largest and most recent superyacht by Silveryachts and it harnesses the world leading fuel efficiency, and technical supremacy, defined by her predecessors.

Working in collaboration with renowned yacht designer, Espen Øino, Silver Yachts showcases the unique flexibility of their efficient platforms.

Tankoa Bintador
Based on a similar design to Vertige, the first in Tankoa’s 50-metre series, S501 Hybrid christened Bintador, differs from her predecessor under five key aspects:
– Tankoa S501 hull #2 is powered with hybrid propulsion package.
– She will be a 5-cabin with a main deck owner’s suite and four guest cabins on the lower deck.
– The galley is on the main deck, instead of lower deck.
– Her foredeck features a touch-and-go helipad.
– Project has been developed together with the owner.

The yacht is powered by twin MTU 8V4000M54 (895 kW) and two 300 kW electric motors fed by two 250 kW variable speed generators.
The interior design is by Francesco Paszkowski Design in collaboration with Magherita Casprini.
Bintador’s lower deck will be equipped with a gym and beach club, two VIP cabins with king-size beds and two guest cabins with twin berths, plus crew quarters and service areas.
On main deck, the cockpit comes with an oversized sun bed, U-shaped sofa, coffee tables and bar. 

The interior offers a spacious saloon, dining room, galley, and superb master suite with office and lounge equipped with fold-down terrace to starboard and a large openable window to port. 
The upper deck has been designed around spacious entertainment areas for guest’s relaxation, with a dining table and access to the comfortable sky lounge. The foredeck includes a solarium and open-air lounge, all designed to offer maximum privacy.
The fly deck provides ample spaces and comfort with sofas, sun-beds, up & down tables, bar and a generous jacuzzi.

Wally – 48Wallytender
The 48Wallytender is an open boat that stylishly combining form with function. The most noticeable development is the large interior volume offering a complete suite.

29/08/2019, Porto Cervo (ITA, Sardinia), Wallytender 48

The standard fold-down bulwark sections increase the size of the swim platform, which is served by a retractable passarelle, also offered as a standard, that doubles as swim ladder. On deck, the layout has been designed to maximize the on-the-water enjoyment and let family and friends relax in convivial comfort.

29/08/2019, Porto Cervo (ITA, Sardinia), Wallytender 48

While under way, the aft seating can be configured to face forward, or to face the dining table when at anchor. A special anchoring system is hidden behind a flush-fitting hatch in the bow and can be operated at the touch of a button from the helm station.

The trademark wraparound fender provides a practical docking solution instead of bulky fenders. The standard propulsion package comprises twin Volvo IPS 650 engines (totalling 960hp) for a top speed of 38 knots and a user-friendly joystick to simplify manoeuvring. 

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