In anticipation of the most-celebrated national festival in the world, we take a look at just some of our favourite green-coloured superyachts to celebrate St Patrick’s Day taking place tomorrow. If you celebrate St Patrick’s Day, just enjoy tagging along in the festivities, or simply enjoy green superyachts, this one is for you.
Launched as Bibich Too in 2011 at Peri Yachts in Turkey, Almaha has become one of the most recognisable yachts on the water with her signature bright green and beige colour combination. She is the design work of Dixon Yacht Design (naval architecture) and Scaro Design who created the interior and exterior design of the project.
Born at one of the most northerly superyacht shipyards in the world, Baltic Yachts’ grand dame Hetairos is a regular sight on the regatta race course. The 66-metre full-carbon ketch was designed by Rechel / Pugh Yacht Design and Dykstra Naval Architects with Rhoades Young selected as the interior design studio for the project.
Moka is the first in Sanlorenzo’s growing fleet of 460EXP superyachts and sports a deep green hull shade and light cream superstructure. Her open aft deck is designed to carry a number of large adventure toys and equipment without sacrificing valuable interior space.
The 33.4-metre sailing yacht Inouï was built at Vitters in the Netherlands and is probably one of the most vibrant superyachts afloat today with her lime green hull. Built for speed, Inouï is constructed entirely out of GRP to a design by Philippe Briand and features an interior by Winch Design.
Another Dutch superyacht in our favourite green superyachts list is Sea Owl – the 62-metre motor yacht designed by Winch Design. She takes on a classic and familiar Feadship look with elegant lines and well-proportioned deck spaces. Inside that Oyster Green hull is accommodation for 12 guests and 15 crew members.