Don’t Miss These Smaller Megayachts at Monaco Yacht Show: Even the mid-size and smaller superyachts displayed in Monaco have a lot of outstanding features worthy of your perusal. Here are the final four must-see superyachts at MYS 2017
The 51.9m Latitude by Benetti has recently come onto the market. One of the design features that is both unusual, yet works well is the glass elevator box that pops out among the sun loungers forward on the sun deck. Her interior boasts an art deco style designed by Mauro Izzo with opulent accommodations for 12 guests over six staterooms.
Overmarine’s first all-black 49.4m Mangusta 165E was launched in April 2017 as the 12th Maxi Open hull in the popular high-performance series. This mean looking machine is hard to miss on the docks. She features four 2,600hp MTU 16V2000 M94 engines, four Rolls Royce/KameWa NP waterjets and four Seakeeper stabilizers. The ship can reach a blistering maximum speed that exceeds 35 knots to offer performance on the water like no other superyacht.
The 43.7m Cyclone’s military styling may not fit everyone’s tastes. Tansu yachts has high hopes that its new flagship will get the same reception as its 38m So’Mar did at the 2013 MYS. The library is one of the yacht’s most notable features with a ceiling that is about three meters.
After the successful delivery of Solis in 2015, Mulder Shipyard teamed with British Design Studio Cladon Reeves to build their largest superyacht to date. The 36m flagship Delta One has an elongated exterior lines that prevent a top-heavy profile and give the impression that the vessel is longer than it actually is. The yacht features a full-height beach club, which is quite rare for a yacht of this size.
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