The Monaco Yacht Show happened once again at Port Hercules and it showcased an amazing myriad of over 100 exclusive superyachts. These enormous vessels are built by some of the most prestigious shipyards and welcome leaders from the yachting industry. CovetED has selected the 5 largest superyachts revealed at the event for your amazement!
Tis, 365 Feet
One of the biggest reveals of the event is definitely Tis Yacht by Lurssen. It features an exterior and interior design by Winch. It fits up to 18 guests in 9 rooms, including a master suite, along with a crew of 31 staff members. This project stands out for its timeless styling, beautiful furnishings, and an elegant vibe.
AMADEA, 348 Feet
Coming up next is another potential competitor for one of the largest superyachts ever seen in the industry. With an exterior designed by Espen Øino and an interior by Francois Zuretti, this vessel has six amazing distinctive guest decks with the capacity to receive up to 16 guests.
Phoenix 2, 295 Feet
Phoenix 2, consists of a nearly 300-foot long superyacht fully designed by Winch Design and built by the German superyacht shipyard Lurssen. The main defining feature of this bespoke vessel is the fact that the owner demanded a full-on Art Deco style for the display of the incredible interiors.
DreAMBoat, 295 Feet
Our fourth entry on our list was built by Oceanco and designed in a remarkable collaboration between Espen Øino International and Terence Disdale Design. It’s large on the outside and on the inside, having luxurious accommodations set up for around 23 guests, not to mention the crew’s quarters can accommodate up to 33 crew members.
BOLD, 278 Feet
Lastly, we present you with the 278-foot-long BOLD yacht. This consists of the largest and newest superyacht recently built by Silver Yachts, with a unique outer look designed by Espen Øino. Due to the fact that this vessel has been made out of advanced materials, it has the advantage of being highly fuel-efficient.
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