The annual Monaco Yacht Show 2019 presents the pinnacle of design, engineering, and luxury superyachts’s world. The world’s finest yachts (and all the accessories to go with them) showed off their power last week in Monaco’s Port Hercules for the 29th annual Monaco Yacht Show. From Sept. 25–29, 125 superyachts worth a combined $4.3 billion came together in the Mediterranean, with 44 making debuts. CovetED Magazines shares with you highlights of the event. And this includes the 210-foot Attila, the largest ever built by Italian shipyard SanLorenzo, and the Excellence, which won the prize for best exterior design and finest new yacht offering.
Luxury superyachts sit moored along a quay during the Monaco Yacht Show in Port Hercules. The MYS featured 125 luxury superyachts.
The luxury superyacht Tis features leather armchairs and loungers on the stern deck. Tis was manufactured by Luerssen Verwaltungs GmbH. It’s one of the German builder’s latest deliveries, and is valued above $275 million and owned by Russian businessman Alexei Fedorychev, who now lives in Monaco.
The show’s biggest yacht is also Tis with 111.5 meters (365 feet). It accommodates 18 guests and 38 crew. The exterior and interior design was made by Winch.
Tenderlux 650 (picture above), adorned with animal print, was manufactured by Italy’s Naumatec. It costs more than €53,000 ($57,944).
Inside luxury superyacht Metis, you have a grand piano and furnishings in a lounge area. It was manufactured by Azimut Benetti SpA and delivered to its German owner in June. The luxury interior design by Bannenberg & Rowell features Swarovski AG crystal and a chess set designed by architect Daniel Libeskind.
Visitors stand on the bow of the 63-meter (207-foot) superyacht Metis, which accommodates 13 guests across 8 cabins, with 12 crew members, and features a children’s playroom and a nanny suite. Cruise speed is 12 knots and the vessel can reach 16 knots.
Octopus (picture above) was manufactured by Luerssen Verwaltungs GmbH, as it sits anchored in Monaco’s harborat dusk. The €295 million mega-yacht was owned by the late Paul Allen and was outfitted for adventurous expeditions and explorations. It features multiple helicopter pads and an internal dock for a submarine. The Microsoft co-founder compared standing on the bridge to being “on a spaceship.”
Seabob water sleds was manufactured by Cayago AG. On the picture below, it sits on the stern deck of luxury superyacht Bash, manufactured by Azimut Bentti SpA. The high-performance toys cost from $9,000 to over $17,000 and allow users to zoom at up to 13.7mph on the surface of water, and even dive underwater.
The luxury superyacht Amadea (center), manufactured by Luerssen Verwaltungs, sits moored in the harbor the night before the show’s opening. It has six guest decks, outlined by curves designed by Espen Oino, and a 30-foot-long infinity pool. The 106-meter (348-foot) yacht is one of the largest on display, accommodating 16 guests across eight cabins, with additional room for 36 crew. Its price is still unkown.
Attendees pass a vintage Fiat 500 compact car promoting Luerssen.
The luxury yacht Bold, manufactured by Australian’s SilverYachts and delivered in July, lies moored among its peers at dusk on Sept. 24. The 85-meter (279-foot) yacht features a large aft heli-deck and is prime for exploring, with a top speed at 24 knots and a 5,000 nautical mile range when cruising at 18 knots.
An eFoil electric surfboard (left) manufactured by Lift Foils and a Jetsurf Electric surfboard are the latest water toys to complete a superyacht’s armory of fun. They can cost more than $12,000 and hit speeds of 30mph, depending on the model.
If you’re on a yacht, you’re drinking Champagne. That’s the law. These bottles are ready on Metis.
Luxury superyacht DreAMBoat, manufactured by Oceanco, is owned by Home Depot billionaire and Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank. (The capitalized “AMB” in the vessel’s name are his initials.) The 295-foot-long ship can host 23 people in 11 cabins, served by a crew of 33. It has two hot bathtubs —one public and one private —and reportedly cost Blank $180 million.
A glass panel reveals a swimming pool on the stern deck of Okto, manufactured by Isa Yachts.
Glittering like diamonds, with prices to match, lights illuminate luxury superyachts and other vessels moored in the Port Hercules superyacht harbour at night.
Monaco Yacht Show 2019 is a must-attend event if you are a superyacht owner or lover. The Monaco Yacht Show is an annual trade show in Monaco, organised by the British events and publishing company, Informa. The Monaco Yacht Show is held in Port Hercules, and is Europe’s biggest in-water display of large yachts.
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