The Great­est Show on Earth

The Monaco Yacht Show re­turns to the Mediter­ranean.

Yachts International - - Contents - By Jill Bo­Brow

The Monaco Yacht Show re­turns to the Mediter­ranean.

The Monaco Yacht Show ar­guably is the planet’s best place to dis­cover the world’s lat­est su­pery­acht launches. More than 125 boats with a com­bined value of more than $3 bil­lion are ex­pected to be on dis­play at this year’s show. Nearly 600 ex­hibitors are sched­uled to join them: builders, de­sign­ers, equip­ment man­u­fac­tur­ers, bro­ker­age houses, lux­ury sup­pli­ers, air­craft com­pa­nies and lux­ury au­to­mo­biles. Here’s a pre­view of some of the yachts vis­i­tors will see on the docks.


Amels has in­di­cated it will dis­play a new yacht, but as of press time was un­able to re­lease the name. amels-hol­

AZIMUT GRANDE 35 METRI 115 feet, 5 inches (35.2m)

the Azimut Grande 35 metri is the new flag­ship of the Grande line. de­signed by ste­fano righ­ini, the yacht has a wide-body raised pilot­house, a car­bon­fiber su­per­struc­ture, a d2P (dis­place­ment-to-plan­ing) hull with wave piercer, and a re­duced noise and vi­bra­tion pack­age. there are two beach clubs, one in the stern and the other in the bow. the owner’s suite has an ex­tend­ing ter­race. in­te­rior de­sign is by Achille sal­vagni. Cruis­ing speed is 21 knots, and top speed is 25.5 knots. az­imuty­

AZIMUT GRANDE 27 METRI 87 feet, 10 inches (26.8m)

in ad­di­tion to show­ing the new 35 metri, Azimut plans to dis­play its 27 metri. the 27 is from the same de­sign team as the 35 metri: ste­fano righ­ini and Achille sal­vagni. An owner can choose among three in­te­rior de­signs: dolce Vita, riviera and Gran mi­lano, each of­fer­ing a lit­tle some­thing dif­fer­ent. the 27 metri has a cruis­ing speed of 24 knots and a max­i­mum speed of 27 knots. az­imuty­

BAGLIETTO ANDIAMO 157 feet, 6 inches (48m)

de­signed by Francesco Paszkowski, Andiamo is Baglietto’s new steel and alu­minum dis­place­ment yacht. she was built for a mex­i­can owner with a con­tem­po­rary in­te­rior by Paszkowski and margherita

Casprini. The yacht has an amid­ships wind­ing stair­case fin­ished in steel and leather that con­nects the three decks.

BALTIC Pink Gin 176 feet, 10 inches (53.9m)

Pink Gin is the largest car­bon fiber sloop in the world. De­signed by judel/vrolijk, her dis­place­ment of 275 tons is low for a yacht of her size. Her mast soars nearly 220 feet (67 me­ters) above the waterline. De­sign Un­lim­ited is re­spon­si­ble for her in­te­rior de­sign, which in­cludes two fold­ing bal­conies: one in the mas­ter and one amid­ships to port. Pink Gin flies a dis­tinc­tive pink spinnaker. balti­cy­

BENETTI SEASENSE 220 feet (67m)

Seasense was built for an ex­pe­ri­enced yachts­man who chose the Benetti brand for the first time. an­other first is Dutch de­signer Cor D. Rover work­ing with Benetti on a pro­ject. The de­sign brief for Seasense was to fo­cus on a re­la­tion­ship with the sur­round­ing area— as de­picted by the name of the yacht. Her con­tem­po­rary in­te­rior is a col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween Benetti and area ar­chi­tec­ture, a de­sign stu­dio from los an­ge­les. benet­tiy­

CERRI CANTIERI NAVALI FUORISERIE 50m elSea 163 feet, 8 inches (49.9m)

This is the first cus­tom 50-me­ter built at CCn. she is an open sport mo­to­ry­acht with an alu­minum plan­ing hull. ex­te­rior de­sign and naval ar­chi­tec­ture are by an­drea Baci­galupo, and in­te­rior de­sign is by stu­dio vafi­adis. she has a cruis­ing speed of 18 knots and a max­i­mum speed of 27 knots. cer­ri­cantieri­

CRN CLOUD 9 243 feet (74m)

Built for an aus­tralian owner with ex­te­rior styling by Zuc­con in­ter­na­tional Pro­ject, Cloud 9 is the

se­cond-largest yacht built at CRN (the 262-foot Chopi Chopi is the largest). Cloud 9 has five decks with in­te­ri­ors by Winch De­sign. She can ac­com­mo­date 16 guests (12 when char­ter­ing) and 22 crew. Fea­tures in­clude a pri­vate owner’s deck and a beach club with ex­tend­able swim plat­form.

DAMEN GAME CHANGER 226 feet, 11 inches (69.15m)

The yacht sup­port ves­sel Game Changer is built by Damen, par­ent com­pany of amels in the Nether­lands. Self-suf­fi­cient and able to shadow an owner’s pri­mary yacht, this workhorse can carry larger ten­ders, he­li­copters, sub­mersibles and more. Game Changer has ac­com­mo­da­tions for 22 peo­ple: staff, guides, pi­lots, and ex­tra guests or crew. yacht-sup­

DAMEN NEW FRON­TIERS 181 feet (55.3m)

Damen’s new­est yacht sup­port ves­sel, with dis­place­ment of 496 gross tons, has an owner’s suite on the main deck, low noise and vi­bra­tion in guest ar­eas, and ex­panded lounge, din­ing and sun­deck ar­eas. yacht-sup­


The al­berto mancini-de­signed Kalliente, the first Dominator ilu­men of this length over­all, is built in epoxy car­bon to mCa stan­dards. ac­com­mo­dat­ing 10 guests in five state­rooms, the yacht has a de­sign em­pha­sis on bright spa­ces, thus the name of the series. She has a mod­ern pro­file and a con­tem­po­rary in­te­rior. Her cruis­ing range is 1,700 nau­ti­cal miles at 10 knots, and she has a top speed of 21 knots. dom­i­na­to­ry­

DYNAMIQ GTT 115 114 feet, 10 inches (35m)

GTT stands for Gran Turismo Transat­lantic. Vri­pack is the naval ar­chi­tect, and Stu­dio F.a. Porsche cre­ated ex­te­rior and in­te­rior styling (for this yacht as well as for the en­tire line). “our tar­get is clients who are look­ing to down­size from larger 50- or 60-me­ter yachts,” says Dynamiq Ceo Sergei Do­broser­dov. The first GTT 115 Hy­brid has a Humphree sta­bi­liza­tion sys­tem with four elec­tric fins, and a top speed of 21 knots. be­dy­

FEADSHIP AQUARIUS 301 feet, 10 inches (92m)

aquarius has pro­file and in­te­rior de­sign by Sinot

Exclusive Yacht De­sign in co­op­er­a­tion with Feadship De Voogt Naval Ar­chi­tect and Wynn De­sign & De­vel­op­ment. The yacht has a con­ven­tional bow and raked su­per­struc­ture, and an in­te­rior with sole-to­ceil­ing win­dows for panoramic views. The main sa­lon in­cludes the largest lounge Feadship has built with­out struc­tural pil­lars, and flows out to the aft deck and its swim­ming pool.

FER­RETTI NAVETTA 33 108 feet, 3 inches (33m)

This yacht is an evo­lu­tion of Cus­tom Line’s semi-dis­place­ment mod­els, with tra­di­tional ex­te­rior lines and a con­tem­po­rary in­te­rior. There are three decks in­clud­ing the sun­deck. Zuc­con in­ter­na­tional Pro­ject de­signed the full range of Cus­tom Line yachts. cus­tom­

HEESEN HOME 164 feet (50m)

Home is Heesen’s first Fast Dis­place­ment mo­to­ry­acht with hy­brid propul­sion. The yacht can sep­a­rately or si­mul­ta­ne­ously draw on two sources of propul­sion power: diesel me­chan­i­cal and diesel elec­tri­cal. No bat­ter­ies are nec­es­sary. Un­der­way at speeds to 9 knots, the yacht is re­port­edly as silent as she is at an­chor. Ex­te­rior styling is by Omega Ar­chi­tects, and Cris­tiano Gatto worked closely with the owner to cre­ate the in­te­rior dé­cor. heeseny­

ISA CLORINDA 119 feet, 7 inches (36.45m)

Clorinda is the first sport 120 com­pleted at the An­cona ship­yard since the Palumbo Group ac­quired it. Clorinda is a cross­over de­sign, com­bin­ing as­pects of pre­vi­ous mod­els de­signed by An­drea Val­i­celli with new ones de­signed by Team for De­sign’s En­rico Gobbi. Clorinda has dark fash­ion plates with glass in­serts, a dark gray cove stripe, a ten­der garage to port, two PWC garages, a fore­deck so­lar­ium and a mas­ter-state­room sky­light. isay­

LÜRSSEN ARETI 278 feet, 9 inches (85m)

areti, with ex­te­rior styling and in­te­rior de­sign by Winch De­sign, ex­udes so­phis­ti­cated el­e­gance. Built to the Pas­sen­ger Yacht Code, she has a he­li­pad on the fore­deck. On board areti, own­ers can en­joy their pri­vate do­main, while guests can take ad­van­tage of their own spa tub and sun­deck. All can share com­mu­nal spa­ces such as the beach deck and spa.

MANGUSTA 50M MAXI OPEN 164 feet (50m)

Mangusta will be ex­hibit­ing its lat­est 50m Maxi Open. This is the builder’s 12th yacht in this series and the third unit of the Evo­lu­tion series. Dis­plac­ing around 336 tons, she’ll zip com­fort­ably around the Med at speeds in ex­cess of 35 knots at full load. This yacht is the first unit with both hull and su­per­struc­ture painted black with red de­tails. over­ma­

MCY 96 96 feet (29.26m)

This Monte Carlo Yachts de­sign fills a gap in the builder’s line be­tween the MCY 86 and MCY 105. Like the rest of the line, the 96 is de­signed by Nu­volari Le­nard, which calls her a “fu­ture clas­sic.” she is in­tended to

of­fer ex­tra vol­ume for her length over­all, and she can be built to RINA plea­sure or RINA char­ter class cer­ti­fi­ca­tion. mon­te­car­loy­


Ru­mor has it that Oceanco’s 361-foot (110-me­ter) Ju­bilee will be on hand, with ex­te­rior de­sign by Lobanov De­sign and in­te­rior by Sor­gio­vanni De­signs. Ju­bilee is Oceanco’s largest pro­ject to date. At the time of de­liv­ery, she was the largest yacht ever built in the Nether­lands. built­by­

PERINI NAVI SEVEN 192 feet (58.6m)

This alu­minum sail­ing ketch is the third hull in the 60-me­ter series that the Perini Navi de­sign team cre­ated in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Ron Hol­land De­sign. Ital­ian ar­chi­tect Michela Re­ver­beri, work­ing with Perini for the first time, was re­spon­si­ble for in­te­rior de­sign. The yacht has two alu­minum Pana­max masts with car­bon fiber rig­ging, booms and spread­ers. perini­navi. it

SAN­LORENZO SEVEN SINS 170 feet, 7 inches (52m)

Seven Sins is San­lorenzo’s largest steel-hull yacht to date, the first 52Steel. She has six guest state­rooms plus crew quar­ters for 10. Her after sec­tion has ter­races that open at the wa­ter level, cre­at­ing a beach club il­lu­mi­nated via the trans­par­ent bottom of an aft deck swim­ming pool. The ter­race area can also be­come a flood­able garage for ten­der stowage. San­lorenzo also will dis­play its 460eXP, SL118 and SD126.

TANKOA VERTIGE 164 feet (49.9m)

vertige, a full-dis­place­ment alu­minum mo­to­ry­acht, has six guest state­rooms, sole-to-ceil­ing win­dows, fold­out hy­draulic ter­races in the owner’s suite and a tran­som beach club. A gym and cin­ema are on the up­per deck. ex­te­rior styling is by Francesco Paszkowski De­sign, and the in­te­rior is by Paszkowski in co­op­er­a­tion with Margherita casprini.

TANSU CY­CLONE 141 feet, 4 inches (43.7m)

Built in Turkey with naval ar­chi­tec­ture by Diana Yacht De­sign and in­te­rior and ex­te­rior by Tansu, this semi-dis­place­ment trideck mo­to­ry­acht is built of wood and epoxy with a teak deck. She ac­com­mo­dates eight guests in four state­rooms.

TURQUOISE RAZAN 154 feet, 3 inches (47m)

Turquoise Yachts ac­quired a steel hull and a semi­com­pleted su­per­struc­ture from an Ital­ian ship­yard and, with the help of H2 De­sign, trans­formed it into this yacht. She has can­tilevered decks that cre­ate a float­ing ap­pear­ance. razan was built with an ex­tended fam­ily in mind: com­mu­nal and sep­a­rate spa­ces in­clude a sun­deck, spa pool, cin­ema and beach club. turquoisey­

Dominator Kalliente

MCY 96

Dynamiq GTT 115

Azimut Grande 35 Metri

Baltic Pink Gin

CRN Cloud 9

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