Superyachts on display at the Monaco Yacht Show 2021

Written by SuperYacht Times

The Monaco Yacht Show 2021 is just around the corner, taking place from the 22nd through 25th of September. SuperYacht Times rounded up some of the newest, largest and most notable superyachts set to be showcased in Monaco.Azimut Grande Trideck yacht ShabbyAzimut Trideck, 38.2-metres, Azimut Yachts, 2021

This past May, Azimut Yachts unveiled their largest model to date, the 38.2-metre, 305 GT the Azimut Trideck. The series, of which five units have been sold, is the Italian shipbuilder’s newest flagship model and features exterior lines penned by Alberto Mancini Yacht Design while her naval architecture was completed by her builder Azimut Yachts in collaboration with PierLuigi Ausonio Naval Architecture.Victorious yacht by AKyacht Photo: AKYachtVictorious, 85-metres, AKyacht, 2021 

The 85-metre Victorious yacht, ex. Grand Seraglio, was built in 2021 by Akyacht. She features an exterior design by Michael Leach and an interior by H2. She cruises at 13 knots and reaches a top speed of 15.5 kn. She can sleep up to 20 guests taken care of by a crew of 21. She recently underwent very successful sea trials ahead of her final outfitting and is making her debut at the Monaco Yacht Show with Burgess.Path sailing yacht on sea trialsPath, 44.6-metres, Baltic Yachts, 2021

The 44.6-metre sailing yacht Path was launched this past May and delivered to her experienced owner earlier this month, who was thoroughly involved in the design process of the vessel. Built as a Baltic 146 sailing yacht, she was designed in full by Judel / Vrolijk & co. The super sailing yacht sports a lifting keel and can accommodate as many as eight guests on board.Zazou yacht launch at Benetti LivornoZazou, 65-metres, Benetti, 2021

The fully custom-built Benetti superyacht Zazou was launched earlier this year. She features a distinct, carinthia blue hull and was designed by Giorgio M. Cassetta. The 1,182 GT superyacht can accommodate as many as 12 guests and features an interior styled by Sinot Yacht Design. Notable design features include a spacious sun deck complete with an infinity pool as well as a large 25 square-metre beach club.Kismet yacht cruisingPhoto: Klaus JordanKismet, 95.2-metres, Lürssen Yachts, 2014

Set to be the largest superyacht on display at the Monaco Yacht Show is the 95.2-metres Lürssen superyacht Kismet. Delivered to her owner in 2014, Kismet is currently listed for sale. The 3,928 GT superyacht features two helicopter pads, a swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, a private observation platform complete with an outdoor bed for stargazing and accommodation for up-to 12 guests. Her distinct exterior lines were penned by Espen Øino International while her interior is the work of Reymond Langton Design.Moskito yacht on sea trialsPhoto: Dick HolthuisMoskito 55-metres, Heesen Yachts, 2021

Previously known as Project Pollux, the 55-metre Heesen superyacht Moskito was delivered to her owner this past April. The Heesen 55m Steel model features the latest iteration of Van Oossanen’s Fast Displacement Hull Form. She features an exterior design penned by Omega Architects while her interior comes from the drawing boards Bannenberg & Rowell Design. Moskito is equipped with a wide selection of tenders and toys and features a steam room, sauna, Jacuzzi and more.Panam yachtPanam, 39.8-metres, Baglietto, 2021

Launched last month, the 39.8-metre all-aluminium superyacht Panam by Baglietto will be showcasing her sleek exterior lines designed by Francesco Paszkowski in collaboration with Margherita Casprini. The superyacht features a straight bow giving her a powerful appearance, further enhanced by her irregular-shaped windows.Time Off yacht in VlissingenTime Off,  55.5-metres, Damen Yachting, 2021

Following her launch in April at Damen Yachting’s shipyard in Antalya, Turkey, the 55.5-metre support yacht Time Off will be on show at this year's Monaco Yacht Show. She is the ninth support yacht of her series, and features a main deck hanger with options for submersible storage, a vehicle garage or workshop facilities.Viva yacht by Feadship sea trialsPhoto: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesViva, 94-metres, Feadship, 2021

One of the largest yachts to be launched this year so far, the 94-metre Feadship superyacht Viva is fitted with an advanced hybrid propulsion system, designed to lower her carbon footprint while on her travels. Viva features design work by Azure Yacht Design & Naval Architecture and De Voogt Naval Architects and houses a 14-metre tender, the largest ever installed on a Feadship.Wally WHY 200 yacht exterior designWHY200, 27.05-metres, Wally, 2021

The 27.05-metre WHY200 is the first Wally hybrid superyacht, and is due to be launched shortly. With her futuristic design, she is created to offer up-to 50 percent more living space compared to other yachts of her size, and packs in comfort as well as functionality to give an immersive experience on board.Taniwha yacht sailing Taniwha, 32.7-metres, Southern Wind, 2021

The sailing yacht is the fourth hull of the SW105 miniseries and features Southern Wind’s GT (Gran Turismo) deck configuration. She features naval architecture from Farr Yacht Design while both her exterior and interior designs come from the drawing boards of Nauta Yacht Design. Taniwha has been constructed with a carbon hull.Cloud 9 yacht cruisingPhoto: Guillaume PlissonCloud 9, 61.5-metres, Sanlorenzo, 2021

Previously known as Lammouche, the 61.5-metre superyacht Cloud 9 is the first unit of Sanlorenzo’s 62Steel series of which two additional units are currently in build. She was delivered this past April and features an in-house exterior design from her builder, Sanlorenzo, while her interior comes from the drawing boards of Francesco Paszkowski. The 1,300 GT superyacht is outfitted with many notable features including a full-beam beach club, a spacious 215 square-metre owner’s apartment and Sanlorenzo’s signature glass-bottomed swimming pool.Tatiana yacht anchored aerialPhoto: Bilgin YachtsTatiana, 80-metres, Bilgin Yachts, 2020

The 1,670 GT superyacht Tatiana is one of three 80-metre Bilgin 263 models, which are currently in build at Bilgin Yachts’ facility in Turkey. Tatiana’s exterior lines were penned by Unique Yacht Design while H2 Yacht Design, a longtime collaborator of the shipyard, were behind her interior design. The superyacht was built in accordance with IMO Tier II standards and is equipped with a special exhaust system, which allows for 100% clean air emissions, according to her builder.Artefact yacht cruisingPhoto: Alexis AndrewsArtefact, 80-metres, Nobiskrug, 2020

The hybrid superyacht Artefact’s recognisable exterior lines were penned by Gregory C Marshall, while her interior was completed by Reymond Langton Design. Arguably, Artefact’s most notable feature is her hybrid propulsion system, which was built to the latest IMO Tier III regulations, harnesses energy from multiple generators and an array of lithium batteries.Polaris yacht by Rossinavi in ViareggioPhoto: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesPolaris, 70.2-metres, Rossinavi, 2021

Rossinavi’s latest flagship project, launched this past January, is the 70.2-metre superyacht Polaris, which is expected to be delivered in the near future. Polaris was designed inside and out by Team 4 Design, and has been built to ice-class standards. In addition to her global cruising capabilities, Polaris is equipped with an indoor waterfall in the main saloon.K2 yacht cruisingPhoto: Palumbo SuperyachtsK2, 49.5-metres, Columbus Yachts, 2021

The 49.5-metre was delivered to her owner at the start of the summer, and will make her official debut at the Monaco Yacht Show this September. She was designed in full by Luca Dini Design & Architecture, with sporty exterior lines and a “sober and simple” interior, as described by Luca Dini. The sub 500 GT superyacht has a range of 3,000 nautical miles while cruising at 12 knots and can reach a top speed of 22 knots.

Hanikon yacht cruisingPhoto: Quin BissetHanikon 49.99-metre Feadship, 2004

Built by Feadship in 2004, Hanikon features exterior and interior design by Terence Disdale Design, with HB Interior collaborating on her interior design. Her naval architecture was penned by De Voogt Naval Architects.

Yachts at Monaco Yacht Show - 2021

Related events

Monaco Yacht Show
2021
22 Sep - 25 Sep, 2021
Monaco🇲🇨
Advertisement

DAILY NEWSLETTER

Feadship yachts for sale (37)

Feadship yachts (170)

Heesen yachts for sale (21)

Heesen yachts (92)

Southern Wind yachts for sale (4)

Southern Wind yachts (39)

Benetti yachts for sale (62)

Benetti yachts (264)

Baglietto yachts for sale (17)

Baglietto yachts (63)

Baltic Yachts yachts for sale (2)

Baltic Yachts yachts (21)

Sanlorenzo yachts for sale (66)

Sanlorenzo yachts (321)

Rossinavi yachts for sale (2)

Rossinavi yachts (16)

Damen Yachting yachts (14)

Lürssen yachts for sale (9)

Lürssen yachts (63)

ISA yachts for sale (7)

ISA yachts (28)

Alia yachts for sale (1)

Alia yachts (10)

Nobiskrug yachts for sale (1)

Nobiskrug yachts (11)

Columbus Yachts yachts for sale (1)

Columbus Yachts yachts (5)

AKYACHT yachts for sale (1)

Bilgin Yachts yachts for sale (5)

Bilgin Yachts yachts (18)

Featured companies

Featured Yachts

Lemon Tree
Ex: Lammouche and Cloud 9
Length
62.0m
Volume
1,280 GT
Year
2021
Adventure
Ex: High Chaparral, Troyanda, and Hanikon
Length
49.99m
Volume
684 GT
Year
2004
Built by
Feadship🇳🇱
Advertisement

Related companies

Related articles