The countdown is on for the maritime trade fair boot Düsseldorf 2023. The event is one of the largest indoor yachting events in the annual calendar and will be taking place from 21 January to 29 January 2023. SYT has taken a look at what to expect during the event and the largest yachts to look out for.Sunseeker 95 | Sunseeker | 28.06-metres | 2016
Sunseeker has one of the largest displays with nine models including a bespoke version of its 95 yacht. The Sunseeker 95 series was first unveiled in 2016 with the bespoke motor yacht launched last year. The 101 GT flybridge yacht offers accommodation for as many as 12 guests across five staterooms. The master suite is unique and spans three floors, acting more as a private retreat than a stateroom.
Sanlorenzo will be returning to boot Düsseldorf again this year with one of its latest models, the 27.43-metre Sanlorenzo SD90. The SD90 motor yacht debuted at last year’s Cannes Yachting Festival and features an efficient hull design in collaboration with Philippe Briand. Zuccon International Project has designed the exterior lines of this model, while Patricia Urquiola conceived the interior design with a greener approach. You can view her new interior photoshoot here.Sunseeker 90 Ocean | Sunseeker | 27.1-metres | 2020
Another addition to the Sunseeker fleet at boot Düsseldorf is the 27.1-metre Sunseeker 90 Ocean yacht. The first Sunseeker 90 Ocean was launched in 2020 and was designed completely in-house at Sunseeker. With four generously sized staterooms, this flybridge yacht boasts a competitive volume of 120 GT. Photo: Sunseeker InternationalSunseeker 88 | Sunseeker Yachts | 26.87-metres | 2009
The Sunseeker 88 motor yacht has again been designed in full by her builder Sunseeker, with impressive exterior lines and a sleek hardtop roof. She Is able to accommodate up to eight guests and four crew with spacious exterior decks. The first yacht in the popular series was launched in 2009. Y85 | Princess Yachts | 26.2-metre | 2019
The 26.2-metre Princess Y85 motor yacht will be making her European debut at boot Düsseldorf following her launch in 2019. The flybridge yacht was created in collaboration with Olesinski Ltd and Italian styling house Pininfarina and is able to top speeds of 33 knots. She is able to accommodate up to eight guests across four staterooms, as well as a crew of three.Photo: Princess YachtsPerla | Princess Yachts | 25.18-metres | 2022
Another addition this year from Princess Yachts is the 25.18-metre motor yacht X80, Perla. The flybridge yacht will be making her show debut following her launch in 2022. Perla features exterior design from Olesinski Ltd with interior design and naval architecture from Princess Yachts. Perla is able to accommodate eight guests across four staterooms and is powered by twin MAN engines that give her a top speed of 31 knots.Photo: Pearl YachtsPearl 82 project unveiling
Although details are being kept tightly under wraps, UK-based Pearl Yachts will be announcing the project details of the new Pearl 82 yacht. They will also be debuting the Pearl 72 for the first time to a European audience. The innovative exterior design and naval architecture were penned by Bill Dixon while Kelly Hoppen took care of the interior design.