Megayacht MUST SEE’s at 2015 MYS:The biggest stars of the annual Monaco Yacht Show are the megayachts that grace the docks. In 2015, a record 121 will be on display. Not all of the superyachts on display are brand new, with some older models offered for sale. As time is limited and you must make reservations to see these fantastic vessels, here’s a list of the most notable and must-see megayachts appearing at the show. 4Yacht will be detailing all the boats below in this blog.
Ann G, Heesen Yachts: this fully custom megayacht has an Art Deco interior tht has impressed industry journalists
Atalante, Classen Shipyard: Classic in appearance with long overhangs and a traditional interior, this Truly Class 127 was crafted by Hoek Design.
Atlante, CRN: Yes, it has a similar name, but this is a total different vessel. Atlante is a motoryacht, delivered in August 2015 with five decks sporting a decidedly modern, somewhat aggressive exterior designed by Nuvolari-Lenard. She represents at new direction for CRN, based on the characteristics of military vessels with a gross tonnage of 950 and has the highest volume of all the 55m superyachts delivered in the last 10 years
Ester III, Lürssen: With exquisite details, this fully custom 66m megayacht features a French classical design throughout by Raymond Langton Design, which is a study in contrast to her contemporary exterior by Espen Øino International. Her bold, masculine profile and unusual deck arrangement will turn heads, along with the hand-carved leather artwork running through the main stairwell and the spectacular glass lift
Event, Amels: This first Amels 199 was delivered in 2013 but still turns heads with her iconic styling
Imagine, Amels: As the first of the Amels Limited Edition 212 series, Imagine features a design collaboration between Tim Heywood for he exterior, while Andrew Winch crafted the interior. This 65m displacement yacht with a gross tonnage of 1,503, was delivered in 2011 and offers ample interior space with a capacity to accommodate 14 guests and 20 crewmembers. Imagine has a multitude of modern elements, including unique paneling and minimalistic furniture to combine classical and contemporary design.
Irimari, Sunrise Yachts: Exterior styling in this first delivery in the Sunrise 63m series is by Espen Øino with an interior of bleached oak and copper strip by Focus Yacht Design of Bremen
Mangusta 132, Overmarine Group: This new maxi open model has open air spaces plus four staterooms below decks and a second saloon/cinema
Moon Sand, Feadship: Although she’s much smaller at 44.2m than most of Feadship’s recent builts, she’s still interesting as a fully custom ycht in an LOA dominated by semi-custom vessels
OnlyOne, Baglietto: Franceso Pazkowski Design gave this displacement yacht some retro flair along with hand-made diamond mirrors
Okto, ISAYachts: ISA’s largest delivery to date, Okto blends the alfresco spaces of larger yachts with the interior volume of full-displacement vessels
Sea Eagle, Royal Huisman: No details are available on the details of the interior of this superyacht, but it is designed by Rhoades Young, so it’s expected to be classic in nature and worth a look
Sea Force One, Mariotti: Delivered in 2008, this is the second appearance that the 53.8m
Sea Force One will make at the show. Known for her somewhat loud and contemporary superyacht design, she has an intriguing and mysterious appeal. Luca Dini designed her dark, aggressive and alluring exterior. She comes alive at night with generous light shows, one of which mimics a fire on the main deck.
Serenity, Mondomarine: The first yacht in the manufacturer’s SF series, Serenity is especially noteworthy for her two-level owner’s suite and crews quarters on the main deck
Silver Fast, Silver Yachts: This superyacht was engineered to cross from the South Pacific to Europe in only 21 days with a single fuel stop and can also cross the Atlantic at a speed of 22 knots
Stella Maris, VSY: Stella Maris, designed by Espen Øino, in collaboration with Laurant Giles Naval Architects, will make her third appearance at MYS. The 2,114gt 72m superyacht boast a strong and original form and a vast interior with exceptionally high ceilings measuring just short of 3 meters. Michela Reverberi commissioned the light and cool toned interiors that feature ample glass and simple contemporary elements. The vast helideck that illuminates at night is one of the vessel’s primary design elements. It is certified as a HCA commercial helideck, making Stella Maris one of the smallest superyachts to obtain this certificate.
Suerte, Tankoa Yachts: As the first offering from this new Italian shipyard, Suerte has a glass enclosed beach club with a spa and hammam
Taransay, Rossinavi: Modern replica of a classic cruiser
Turquoise, Turquoise Yachts: With an alfresco cinema onboard and ample space, this yacht feels airy and welcoming
11/11, Benetti: With two master suites, one on the upper deck having direct access to a pool and sunroom, this vertical-bow superyacht features an unusual arrangement and décor package and represents a new design direction for Benetti. The 63m superyacht has a pumb bow that enhances her prominent lines and improves performance.
460EXP, Sanlorenzo: As the first explorer-style megayacht from this Italian yard, she features a steel hull and was built on spec to tap the growing interesting in worldwide voyaging
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