As the official superyacht Data & Intelligence media partner, SuperYacht iQ, the new intelligence division of SuperYacht Company, has analysed the 121 exhibting superyachts that will be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show later this week.
Of the 121 yachts present, 104 are motor yachts, with 17 sailing yachts. The total length of all yachts on display is 5.7 kilometres with an average length of 47 metres. The yachts have been built in no less than 16 different countries by 68 different shipyards.
Lürssen’s 85.10m superyacht Solandge will again be the largest yacht on display at this year’s show, followed closely by the 81.80m Romea, delivered by Abeking & Rasmussen earlier this year. The newly launched 43.13m Sea Eagle by Royal Huisman will be on display with the largest sailboat at the show, the 57.49m Twizzle, also built by the Dutch shipyard.
The total value of all the yachts on display this year is € 3 billion, with an average value of € 25 million per yacht. If we compare the motor yachts to the sailing yachts; the average length of a motor yacht attending the show is 48 metres, while sailing yachts have an average length of 39 metres. There is also a difference in value, with the average motor yacht value coming in at € 26.6 million, while the average value of a sailing yacht is € 14.6 million.
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