The main yacht show in the world has been held from September 28 to October 1 on the Mediterranean coast of Port Hercule, Monaco.
The 31st edition of the Monaco Yacht Show has had the biggest, newest, most innovative and luxury yachts on display. Without question, the lineup of superyachts at this year’s Monaco Boat Show has been more impressive than ever. Below we show you some of the superyachts that have not left anyone indifferent:
Lürssen’s 114 meter long superyacht, designed by Nuvolari-Lenard, is one of the most popular ships on display. The largest superyacht ever put on display. Built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, AHPO consists of five decks and five cabins for a total of 14 guests.
The superyacht is powered by two MTU engines, offering a top speed of 17 knots.
The new superyacht from the Heesen shipyard is 60 meters long and made of steel. Its design stands out in every way and is full of details. The interior is designed to combine elements of the ocean and the sky. The boat has three decks and offers capacity for 12 guests.
Powered by two diesel engines and can reach a top speed of 17.5 knots.
The 62-meter superyacht from the CRN shipyard features a design by Omega Architects. Made with a steel and aluminum hull, it has attracted attention for its interior full of bright and vibrant colors. With her four decks and six en-suite staterooms she is capable of accommodating up to 12 guests.
Rio has IMO Tier III certification, guaranteeing a 70% reduction in NOx emissions contained in engine exhaust gases.
Kinda is a superyacht built in aluminum by the Tankoa shipyard. Interior and exterior design by designer Francesco Paszkowski. It stands out for its impressive swimming pool on the foredeck. With 6 impressive suites it offers capacity for 12 guests.
It is powered by a hybrid powertrain with three different cruise modes: diesel-mechanical, diesel-electric and fully electric.
At 85 meters from the Akyacht shipyard it is the largest superyacht ever built in Turkey. With a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Inside it has 11 cabins with bathroom and a master suite with capacity for 20 guests. Victorious is ranked 146th among the largest yachts in the world.
Powered by two Caterpillar Inc engines, giving her a top speed of 15.5 knots.