The annual Monaco Yacht Show attracts an elite fleet of yachts for sale to Port Hercules each year. 2016 is no different, and we have selected 10 of the coolest yachts that will be available for purchase at the event this year.
The high volume Amels superyacht Boadicea was built by the Dutch shipyard in 1999. Since then the yacht has undergone a series of intensive refit and rebuild projects. She stilloffers an incredibleinterior volume and an abundance of open deck space, providing ideal opportunities for both private or corporate entertainment.With 5 decks available to her guests (including the vast sun deck), the feeling of space on board is very impressive.
Boadicea will be offered for sale in Monaco this year at €59,500,000 through Fraser Yachts.
Ulysses (anchored off Monaco)
One of the coolest yachts delivered this year, and one of the latest additions to the superyacht sales fleet has to be the 107-metre Ulysses. Custom built by Norwegian shipyard Kleven for an experienced yachtsman, Ulysses has been making headlines with her utilitarian exterior and world-cruising capabilities. Designed by an all-star team, Ulysses offers the best of the worlds of exploration and luxury. Read our onboard feature on Ulysses, here.
Ulysses will be anchored outside the port of Monaco and is jointly offered for sale through Burgess and Fraser Yachts.
The stylish superyacht Okto, which is designed by Andrea Vallicelli, features interior design by the late Alberto Pinto and can accommodate 12 guests in total and 17 crew. Developed together with her experienced owner, Okto is dripping with the latest technology and innovations and can be regarded as the ‘Transformer of the seas’.
Get in touch with Moran Yacht & Ship to arrange a viewing in Monaco this year.
The 45.8 metre Panakeia was built by Astondoa in 2008 as Amaranta P. The exterior lines of the luxury motor yacht were designed by the shipyard itself and she features an interior by Cristiano Gatto. The steel hulled displacement motor yacht is powered by twin 2,038hp MTU 16V 4000 M61R diesel engines, which enable her to achieve a top speed of 16 knots, cruising speed of 13 knots and a range of 3,500 nautical miles.
Panakeia will be on display in Monaco through Ocean Independence, and is offered for sale at €15,500,000.
The longest yacht on display in Monaco this year will be the 90 metre sailing yacht Athena. As one of the largest sailing yachts in the world, Athena was custom built by Royal Huisman in 2004 to a design by the late Pieter Beeldsnijder.
Athena is listed for sale through Burgess at $69,000,000.
Launched by the Turkish shipyard Tansu Yachts in 2014 is the 37.6 metre superyacht So’Mar. Constructed with a wooden hull and superstructure, she features naval architecture by the renowned studio Diana Yacht Design, whilst her interior and exterior design was undertaken in-house by the shipyard. Accommodation is provided for up to eight guests in total, and one of the vessels most notable features is the exclusive owner’s deck located on the upper aft - a feature which is usually reserved for much larger yachts.
So’Mar will be on display through Y.CO in Monaco this year.
Delivered just ahead of the 2015 Monaco yacht Show, the 69 metreSuertewas built by the Italian shipyard Tankoa Yachts, featuring naval architecture by Ruggiero, whilst the renowned Francesco Paszkowski undertook her exterior design. Suerte comprises of 1,400 Gross Tons and is constructed with a high tensile steel fore section.
View Suerte in Monaco this year through Northrop & Johnston.
Delivered in 2010, the Dutch built superyacht was designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon with an interior Studio Linse.Iconoffers a bright and spacious interior and accommodates 12 guests in six cabins, and has an excellent charter record. The yacht was lengthened by five metres and today measures 68 metres. The refit, which took just six months, has created a larger main aft deck, a larger beach club, and created space for a 5-metre long infinity swimming pool, which features glass elements to the front and stern above the transom, and large lounging areas either side.
Asking €56,500,000, Icon is for sale through Camper & Nicholsons.
Following her acquisition in May last year, the 1991-built Oceanfast superyachtOceanais now back on the market, ready to be passed on to a value-seeking and passionate superyacht owner. Previously known asObsession,Oceanais the result of a fantastic Jon Bannenberg design, beautifully executed by the Australian shipyard. Her Aileen Rodriguez interior is a bright and comfortable affair with light woods, white lacquered surfaces and soothing veneers making these spaces feel very airy and spacious.
Oceana is jointly listed for sale through Edmiston and Burgessin Monaco this year, offered at €8,900,000.
The 70-metre superyachtMartha Annshares a very similar exterior design with sistersTitaniaandSaint Nicolas, all of whom were ordered by the same client from the German shipyard. All three vessels’ designs are the work of Espen Oeino, with each featuring an extraordinary volume for its size.Martha Anncan comfortably accommodate 12 guests over six staterooms, looked after by her crew of 20. Her classic Zuretti interior is exquisite. Powered by twin Caterpillar engines, this Lürssen superyacht has a top speed of 15.5 knots and a range of 4,000 nm.
View Martha Ann through IYC in Monaco this year.
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