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Azzam - the world's largest yacht: 590 ft / 180 m / £400 mio.
  • Azzam - the world's largest yacht: 590 ft / 180 m / £400 mio.
  • M/Y A - the world's 23rd largest yacht: 390 ft / 119 m / US$400 mio.
  • Lürssen Shipyard, Zum Alten Speicher 11, 28759 Bremen-Vegesack, Germany. Founded in 1875. One of the leading builders of custom superyachts such as Paul Allen's Octopus, David Geffen's Rising Sun, and Azzam, the largest private yacht in the world at 180m in length.
  • Biedermann test drives the SEABOB CAYAGO F7 sea scooter.
  • MS Allure of the Seas is an Oasis-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. Together with her sister ship, Oasis of the Seas, she holds the record for the largest passenger ship ever constructed, although Allure is 50 millimetres (2.0 in) longer than Oasis, making her technically the largest despite the fact that both ships have identical superstructures. 5,400 passengers at double occupancy. 6,296 maxmum.
  • Norwegian Epic is a cruise ship of the Norwegian Cruise Line. It is the third largest cruise ship in the world. The ship has 4100 passenger berths, with all outside cabins having balconies.
  • MS Freedom of the Seas is a cruise ship operated by Royal Caribbean International. It is the fourth largest cruise ship in the world, and can accommodate 3,634 passengers and 1,300 crew on fifteen passenger decks.
  • The Royal Danish Yacht M/S Dannebrog.
  • Monaco Yacht Show (MYS), La Condamine, Port Hercule, MC 98000 Monaco.
  • Yacht Club de Monaco, 16 Quai Antoine 1er, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco.
  • The NEW Lord Norman Foster-designed clubhouse for the Yacht Club de Monaco. Opens in 2014.
  • Cannes Yacht Show 2012, Port Pierre Canto, Cannes, France.
  • Eclipse - the world's second largest yacht: 538 ft / 164 m / £300 mio.
  • Dubai - the world's third largest yacht: 525 ft / 160 m / US$350 mio.
  • Al Said - the world's fourth largest yacht: 508.5 ft / 155 m.
  • Topaz - the world's fifth largest yacht: 482 ft / 147 m / £400 mio.
  • Prince Abdulaziz - the world's sixth largest yacht: 482 ft / 147 m.
  • El Horriya - the world's seventh largest yacht: 478 ft / 145 m.
  • Yas - the world's eighth largest yacht: 463 ft / 141 m.
  • Al Salamah - the world's ninth largest yacht: 457 ft / 139 m.
  • Rising Sun - the world's tenth largest yacht: 453 ft / 138 m / US$200 mio.
  • Serene - the world's 11th largest yacht: 440 ft / 134 m / US$200 mio.
  • Al Mirqab - the world's 12th largest yacht: 437 ft / 133 m.
  • Octopus - the world's 18th largest yacht: 414 ft / 126 m / US$200 mio.
  • Katara - the world's 14th largest yacht: 408 ft / 124 m.
  • Alexander - the world's 15th largest yacht: 400 ft / 122 m.
  • Turama - the world's 17th largest yacht: 380 ft / 116 m.
  • Atlantis II - the world's 18th largest yacht: 380 ft / 116 m.
  • Issham Al Baher - the world's 19th largest yacht: 380 ft / 116 m.
  • Luna - the world's 20th largest yacht: 380 ft / 116 m.
  • Pelorus - the world's 21st largest yacht: 377 ft / 115 m / US$160 mio.
  • Le Grand Bleu - the world's 22nd largest yacht: 370 ft / 113 m.
  • Dilbar - the world's 23rd largest yacht: 361 ft / 110 m.
  • Radiant - the world's 24th largest yacht: 361 ft / 110 m.
  • Sea Cloud - the world's 25th largest yacht: 359 ft / 110 m.
  • MS Liberty of the Seas is a Royal Caribbean International Freedom class cruise ship. It is the fifth largest cruise ship in the world. The 15-deck ship accommodates 3,634 passengers served by 1,360 crew.
  • MS Independence of the Seas is a Freedom-class cruise ship operated by the Royal Caribbean cruise line. It is the sixth largest cruise ship in the world. The 15-deck ship can accommodate 4,370 passengers and is served by 1,360 crew.
  • RMS Queen Mary 2 (also referred to as the QM2) is a transatlantic ocean liner. It is the seventh largest cruise ship in the world. She was the first major ocean liner built since Queen Elizabeth 2 in 1969, the vessel she succeeded as flagship of the Cunard Line. The new ship was named Queen Mary 2 by Queen Elizabeth II in 2004 after the first RMS Queen Mary, completed in 1936.
  • Norwegian Breakaway is a cruise ship operated by Norwegian Cruise Line. It is the eighth largest cruise ship in the world. She is 146,600 GT in size, and has capacity for 4,000 passengers, double occupancy. The ship has a total of 1,024 staterooms and 238 suites.
  • MS Royal Princess is a cruise ship operated by Princess Cruises. It is the ninth largest cruise ship in the world. The ship measures 141,000 GT and has a capacity of 3,600 passengers.
  • MS MSC Divina is a cruise ship owned and operated by MSC Cruises. It is the tenth largest cruise ship in the world. She can accommodate 3,959 passengers in 1,637 cabins; her crew complement is 1,325.
  • Marina Ibiza | Puerto Deportivo Marina Ibiza, Passeig de Joan Carles I, 20, 07800 Ibiza Town, Balearic Islands, Spain.

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    Boat & Yacht Shows
  • Cannes Yachting Festival.
  • 10 biggest yachts at the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show - CNN.
  • Boat Show - Wikipedia.
  • IFBSO | INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF BOAT SHOW ORGANISERS - "The No. 1 source of information about the world's best boat shows." All forthcoming shows ordered by date.
  • LIST OF BOAT SHOWS - Wikipedia.
  • Monaco Yacht Show: How the super rich are saving the seas - "It may be a magnet for ocean-going excess, but the Monaco Yacht Show is becoming an increasingly precious jewel in the fight to save our seas."
  • Top 100 Marine & Boat Events - 10Times.
  • YACHTSXL.COM - since 2009. "Founded in 2009, YachtsXL was the first online film publisher in the world of superyachts and has grown into an umbrella brand for producing and distributing content to present the superyacht industry beter than ever. Not just to those looking to buy, charter or refit a luxury yacht, but for any individual that wants to get inspired by the global superyacht industry."
    • ABU DHABI international boat show - "The Show will provide a world-class platform for UAE and international companies from the leisure marine industry to display, discuss and demonstrate their products and services to a relevant and unique buying audience."
    • Antibes Yacht Show - Port Vauban, Antibes, France. The largest pleasure harbour in Europe. The show attracts all the biggest names in the industry as well as showcasing some of the worlds most luxurious yachts.
    • Barcelona International Boat Show - since 1961.
    • CANNES Yachting Festival - since 1977. Europe’s leading in-water exhibition. The new vessels in the Vieux Port and pre-owned models in Port Pierre Canto.
    • CHINA (SHANGHAI) INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW | CIBS - since 2004. Regarded as the largest comprehensive boat show in Asia.
    • DUBAI INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW | DIBS - since 1991. The most important and established event of its kind in the Middle East region and Indian subcontinent.
    • DÜsseldorf International Boat Show - since 2005.
    • FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW - since 1959.
    • GENOA INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW - since 1960.
    • HAMBURG BOAT SHOW - since 1959.
    • London BOAT SHOW - since 1954. The show's cancellation from 2019 was announced in May 2018, with organisers citing the show as commercially unviable for the industry in its current format.
    • MIAMI INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW - annual event in February since 2009. NEW LOCATION: Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin, Virginia Key.
    • MIAMI YACHT SHOW - since 1988. "The city’s premier luxury yacht show, takes place from February 14 -18, 2019 in its new location at One Herald Plaza between the Venetian and MacArthur causeways."
    • MONACO YACHT SHOW | MYS - since 1990. TThe most prestigious boat show in the world. Brings together professionals from the international luxury yachting sector; ship-builders and designers, equipment suppliers, brokers and service providers. The exhibition features 500 major companies and 125+ super and megayachts - the boats range from around 65 feet to over 250 feet in length. The MYS is held in Port Hercules, and is Europe's biggest in-water display of super and mega yachts.
    • MOSCOW BOAT SHOW - since 2007. "International exhibition of boats and yachts." Russia’s best known exhibition for the boat and yacht industry. Features a wide range of products from the smallest accessory to world-class super yachts.
    • SINGAPORE YACHT SHOW - since 2011. "Your opportunity to discover some of the world's finest superyacht and international yacht brands in an elite and highly social setting, giving you a chance to enjoy luxury yachting at its finest." Singapore Yacht Show has become the premier boat and yacht show in Asia.
    • SO Dalian - since 2009. East Port Marina, Dalian, China. "Yachting in China." The first international Yachting and Lifestyle Rendezvous in the North of China.
    • Southhampton Boat Show - since 1968. "Britain's biggest and best festival of boating showcases a plethora of beautifully designed boats and products from over 600 global marine brands."
    • TORONTO INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW - since 1959. Canada’s largest and most popular marine marketplace.
    Cruise Lines
  • Cunard Line - founded in 1840. The most famous ocean liners in the world.
  • Berlitz Cruise Guide - since 1984. "The unique 'bible' of cruising."
  • Blue Riband - unofficial accolade given to the passenger liner crossing the Atlantic Ocean in regular service with the record highest speed.
  • Cruise Critic - "Cruise Critic Message Board Forums."
  • Cruise line - Wikipedia.
  • CRUISING - Wikipedia.
  • CRUISING HOLIDAYS - "Search thousands of cruises here."
  • POSH - 'Port out, starboard home'. Printed on tickets of passengers on P&O (Peninsula and Orient) passenger vessels that travelled between UK and India in the days of the Raj.
  • SHIP PARADE - "The online magazine dedicated to cuise ships."
  • The curious art of launching a cruise ship - The Telegraph.
  • What you didn't know about the golden age of the ocean liner - The Telegraph.
  • Why A Private Equity Firm Backed By Bernard Arnault Is Putting $400 Million Into Norwegian Cruise Line - Forbes.
    • AIDA Cruises - since 1960.
    • AUSSIE CRUISING - "Australia ruises and World Cruising."
    • Azamara Club Cruises - since 2007. "You'll love where we take you." Luxury cruise vacations.
    • CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES - since 1972. "Cruise Deals: Caribbean, Bahamas, Alaska, Mexico."
    • CDF CroisiÈres de France - since 2007. Catering to the French cruise market, with French as the primary language used on board. The line offers cruises to the Mediterranean operating from mid-March until November.
    • CELEBRITY CRUISES - since 1988. "Celebrity Cruises is consistently voted among the top cruise lines in the world. And we didn't get there by luck."
    • CLEAN CRUISING - "Australia's Award-Winning Site for Cruises Worldwide."
    • COMPAGNIE DU PONANT YACHT CRUISES - "Spirit of yacht cruising." For over 20 years now, Compagnie du Ponant has embodied the art of Yacht Cruises, combining a sophisticated à la française lifestyle on board with exploration and discovery.
    • COSTA CRUISES - "All Inclusive Cruise Holiday."
    • CRUISES INC. - "Your cruise vacation specialists."
    • CRUISE LINES INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION - "Cruising. It's all about you."
    • Crystal Cruises - since 1988. "All Inclusive Luxury Cruises."
    • CUNARD LINE - founded in 1840. "The most famous ocean liners in the world. Enjoy worldwide cruise vacations and luxury cruises."
    • Disney Cruise Line - since 1996. "Vacations with unique cruise activities for children, families and adults to destinations across the globe."
    • Fred Olsen Cruise Lines - since 1848. "Cruise from the UK for Holidays to Europe and the World."
    • French Line - since 1861. In 1977, the company merged with the Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes to form the Compagnie Générale Maritime.
    • Hamburg America Line - founded in 1847. On September 1, 1970, after 123 years of independent existence, HAPAG merged with the Bremen-based North German Lloyd to form Hapag-Lloyd AG.
    • Hapag-Lloyd Cruises - since 1970. "Great Moments. Truly Exclusive."
    • Hebridean Islands Cruises - "Luxury, small ship cruising as individual as you..."
    • HOLLAND AMERICA LINE - since 1873. "A Signature of Excellence." Cruises to Alaska, Europe, the Caribbean, Mexico and the world.
    • Louis Cruises - cruises from Athens and Istanbul, to Greek Islands and Turkey.
    • Mediterranean Shipping Cruises - MSC Cruises. Cruise to Mediterranean Italy, Greece, Spain, France.
    • MSC CRUISES - since 1987. "Cruise to your preferred destinations with Italian Style."
    • Nomade Yachting by Bora Bora Cruises - "Escape in style for a World of sensuality." Polynesian tropical paradise cruise in Bora Bora.
    • Norddeutscher Lloyd - founded in 1857. On September 1, 1970, the company merged with Hamburg America Line (HAPAG) to form Hapag-Lloyd AG.
    • North Star Cruises Australia - "Luxury Adventure Cruises."
    • NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE - since 1966. "Norwegian invites guests to 'Cruise Like a Norwegian' on one of 12 purpose-built Freestyle Cruising ships."
    • NYK Cruises - luxury cruises.
    • OCEANIA CRUISES - since 2002. "Your World. Your Way." Operates five premium luxury cruise ships on world-wide itineraries.
    • Ocean Village cruises - "Second to none."
    • ORIENT LINES - "The Destination Cruise Specialists."
    • P&O CRUISES - since 1837. "Discover a different world..."
    • P&O CRUISES Australia
    • PAUL GAUGUIN CRUISES - since 1998. "The Gauguin is the longest continually operating year-round luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific."
    • Peter Deilmann Cruises - German cruise company which has offered river cruises throughout Europe and several ocean cruises.
    • PRINCESS CRUISES - since 1965. "Escape completely."
    • Pullmantur Cruises
    • Red Star Line - founded in 1871. The company operated until 1935 when, due to the economic depression they ceased trading and its assets were eventually sold to the Holland-America Line.
    • REGENT SEVEN SEAS CRUISES - since 1990. "All Inclusive Luxury Cruises To Over 300 Ports World-Wide."
    • Royal Caribbean International - since 1969. All ships under the Royal Caribbean International brand have had names ending in "of the Seas" since 1991.
    • Saga CRUISES - since 1996. "Ocean Cruises."
    • Seabourn Cruise Line - since 1986. "The world's best small-ship cruise line." Intimate luxury. Luxury cruises.
    • SeaDream Yacht Club - since 2002. "It's yachting, not cruising." Enjoy the difference. SeaDream Yacht Club is different from big ship cruising. Our philosophy of casual perfection runs through everything we do. With only 56 couples being pampered by an award-winning crew of 95, the level of attention and service we pay to each of our guests makes yachting aboard either one of our mega-yachts SeaDream.
    • SILVERSEA CRUISES - since 1994. "All Inclusive Luxury Cruises." Luxury cruise line that operates six luxury, all-suite cruise ships that sail itineraries all around the world throughout the year. Offers its guests with Personalized Voyages, a cruise industry first.
    • STAR CLIPPERS - since 1992. "Sailing Tall Ship Cruises."
    • Star Cruises - since 1993. "The leading Cruise Line in Asia-Pacific."
    • The American Queen Steamboat Company - since 1995. American Queen is said to be the largest river steamboat ever built. Mississippi River cruises.
    • The World - since 2002. "Residences at Sea." Private residential cruise ship serving as a residential community owned by its residents.
    • True North - "Luxury Adventure Cruises."
    • TUI Cruises - since 2007.
    • Victoria Cruises - "The Majesty of the Yangtze." Since 1993, Victoria Cruises has been the leader in luxury river cruising. Based in New York, Victoria Cruises established new standards of excellence for sailing China’s Yangtze River when its first ship edged out of port in 1994. Victoria Cruises has a fleet of seven Five–Star Ultra–Luxury vessels (as designated by the China National Tourism Administration). Their ships are all newly built or structurally rebuilt, and all refurbished with a modern blend of European–Asian design. The architecture emphasizes spacious rooms with modern amenities including private balconies, bathtubs, and cable TV. All ships are fully equipped with wi–fi and international telecommunications systems.
    • White Star Line - founded in 1845. In 1934 White Star merged with its chief rival, Cunard Line, which operated as Cunard-White Star Line until 1950. Cunard Line then operated as a separate entity until 2005 and is now part of Carnival Corporation & plc. As a lasting reminder of the White Star Line, modern Cunard ships use the term White Star Service to describe the level of customer care expected of the company.
    • WONDERCRUISES - "There's so much to sea."
    • World's most expensive & luxurious cruise ship - "First look at $1bn Celebrity Edge, the world's most luxurious ship."
    Marinas
  • Port of Cannes, Cote D’Azur, France.
  • Berth Finder - since 1999. "Buy, Sell or Rent your marina berth, slip or mooring." BerthFinder.com is the worlds’s online berth, slip and mooring marketplace. We provide a platform for private individuals, brokers and marinas to rent or sell their marina berths, slips or moorings. Boat owners are therefore able to find the widest selection of marina berths, slips or moorings around the world, from coastal or inland (canal) marinas to berths, slips and moorings owned by private individuals.
  • List of marinas - Wikipedia.
  • MARINA - Wikipedia.
  • MarinaReservation.com - since 2015. "Book berths and get marina reservations." If you are planning your sailing trip and you are looking for marina reservations, slip rentals and marina docks then you are about to save some time and effort. On MarinaReservation.com you can search for the best marinas and find out all there is to know about the berth prices, mooring costs, dock fees, facilities and more.
  • MARINAS.COM - since 1996. World's marinas portal and directory. The world's largest selection of marine aerial photographs.
  • PORT FOCUS - since 1998. "Ports Harbours Marinas Worldwide." Looking for marine transportation links, maritime services, yacht and boat supplies, shipping cruise and sea freight links, bunkerfuels and bunkering, information about a port, harbour or marina? Choose country then select the port.
  • RIVIERA PORTS - "Cannes - Golfe-Juan - Antibes - Nice."
  • Saint-Tropez gets sinking feeling as number of yachts in its marina plunges - The Telegraph.
  • The 10 Best Marinas in the World - TheRichest.
  • The most popular and expensive luxury superyacht marina berths - Charterworld.
  • WORLD PORT SOURCE - since 2001. "World Port Source provides interactive satellite images, maps and contact information for 5,639 ports in 196 countries around the world."
    • ACI Marina Split - "Adriatic Croatia International Club." Croatia. ACI marina Split, with the harbors of two sailing clubs, protected by solid rock breakwater from southerly winds and rough seas, offers a glorious view of Split and its center - Diocletian’s Palace. It is at ACI Marina Split that the Split Lungomare begins; the longest and most certainly one of the most beautiful promenades in the Adriatic. ACI marina Split was awarded the prize 'Tourist Flower - Quality for Croatia' for the third place in 2017 in the category of the best medium marina on the Adriatic, while in 2017 received the award for the second place. ACI marina split is also the winner of the prestigious Blue Flag Award. 355 berths. €1,001.
    • Albany MARINA - Bahamas. "From Albany Marina, cruise along the 700 islands and more than 2,000 cays that make up The Bahamas, discovering beaches, sport fishing destinations, snorkeling reefs and dive sites. Albany’s staff can arrange a variety of yachting excursions from deep-sea fishing to day cruises and mega-yacht charters." Features a 71-slip mega-yacht marina accommodating luxury vessels up to 300 feet or 91 meters. Albany’s berthing facilities offer the latest in amenities, services and dock design. Marina attendants are available seven days a week to provide provisions and docking assistance to vessels.
    • Atlantis Marina | Bahamas Marina & Yacht Harbor - Paradise Island, Bahamas. "Rivaling the legendary marina of Monte Carlo, Atlantis Marina is the premier facility in The Bahamas. This luxury yacht harbor accommodates vessels of up to 240 feet, and offers a variety of yacht and fishing charter services. Guests of Atlantis Marina enjoy all the features and services of Atlantis facilities." This luxury yacht harbour accommodates vessels of up to 240 feet. 63 berths.
    • Club NÀutic Porto Cristo, Mallorca - "Founded in 1969 by Mr. Joan Servera Amer, Club Nautico Porto Cristo has 222 moorings in the floating jetties and Jetty. Two docks are reserved for ships in transit. Offers owners of vessels take of electricity and water. He has bathrooms, showers, laundry, restaurant, weather information and a platform for repairs or maintenance of medium-sized vessels."
    • Ibiza Magna - Balearic Islands, Spain. "Ibiza Magna is a marina in Balearic Islands. Ibiza Magna is situated in Baluard de Sant Joan." Located right in the middle of the city at the foot of Dalt Vila. Yachts of up to 60 meters in length are welcome. 85 berths. €1,643.
    • Isle Del Sol Marina - Simpson Bay, St. Maarten. Offers a secure, gated entrance with a private bridge leading to 45 slips. Exclusively designed for the mega yacht industry during charter transitions or while visiting St. Maarten, Yacht Club Isle de Sol accommodates yachts ranging from 80 to 360 feet with max 20 foot draft. Each perfectly constructed concrete slip offers amenities that include grade A fuel, water, 220, 380, 480v single or 3-phase power supply, free satellite TV and free high speed wireless internet.
    • Marina Botafoc - Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain. Located on the white island of Ibiza, Botafoc Ibiza is one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean with a total of 428 moorings. The port has a large shipyard, fuel station, as well as a large selection of restaurants and fashion shops. And of course, it’s great nautical offer of charter, sale, maintenance of all types of boats and nautical sports, complete the commercial offer of this marina.
    • Marinia di Porto Cervo - Sardinia, Italy. "Porto Cervo Marina is one of the most sophisticated and comfortable moorings are located in the Mediterranean Sea. The geographical location is ideal for anyone wishing to take a break in complete safety, as the port completely protected from the wind. All this ensures tranquility and relaxation to customers who want to make a holiday on the Costa Smeralda, which boasts many unique beaches and places of its kind in the name of quality and tradition. The complex of Marina di Porto Cervo is divided into two parts. The first, the East Pier, known as the Old Port, is located in the area of Porto Cervo; the second is instead the Marina Nuova, installed in the Marina Village and within which you can make use of modern and efficient piers. Porto Cervo Marina has at its disposal a rich workstation capable of accommodating a total of 700 places for boats ranging from 1 to 6 meters, all equipped with connection for water and electricity. Of these, 100 are finally dedicated to boats in transit." Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €2,574. Number of superyacht berths: 60. It also has a total of 700 berths available for small boats.
    • Marina di Portofino - "The Pearl of the Mediterranean." Province of Genoa, Italy. "The most famous harbour in the world is set in the middle of a natural promontory formed by the inlet of Portofino Bay and it reaches the small square of the village." Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €2,350. Number of superyacht berths: 14, as well as 2 places for Megayachts in Cannone Bay.
    • Marina Ibiza - Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain. "More than a marina, it's a lifestyle," Marina Ibiza is a yachting and lifestyle destination like no other in the world. And an unforgettable experience. Mooring at Marina Ibiza means forming part of an exclusive environment at one of the best marinas in the Mediterranean. It’s all about letting time slip by and soaking up the energy and magic of Ibiza Island, concentrated in a truly unique port. 425 berths. Passeig de Joan Carles I, 20, 07800 Ibiza Town.
    • Marina of Capri - located on northern shore of the Island of Capri, Italy, at Marina Grande. The marina is adjacent to the commercial port and both are located inside a natural bay which provides shelter from the wind; the marina is also protected by two stone breakwaters. The Marina of Capri is connected to the center of Capri town by a funicular, which transports passengers to the Piazzetta in four minutes. Near the marina, there are bus stops and taxi stands. Restaurants, cafés, and grocery shops are also nearby. Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €2,900. Number of super-yacht berths: 10.
    • Marina Port Vell - Barcelona, Spain. "An exclusive superyacht marina, a limitless experience." A marina for superyachts full of possibilities to enjoy every day, at any time of the year. Enjoy a unique experience at this first-class marina located in an iconic city. Marina Port Vell Barcelona offers excellent facilities, varied activities and personalized services, 24 hours a day. At the heart of a thriving, global city. Marina Port Vell boasts a unique position at the heart of this bustling, cosmopolitan city of limitless possibilities. Explore Barcelona’s breathtaking landscapes, captivating culture and Michelin-starred dining scene. And just a few miles away from Costa Brava. 151 fully serviced berths for power and sail yachts and superyachts of up to 190 metres. 24-hour security and mooring assistance. €1,084.
    • Miami Beach Marina - Miami, Florida, U.S.A. "Gateway to the Caribbean." Extraordinary luxury. The magic of Miami Beach is yours when you plan your waterfront stay at the Miami Beach Marina. Located adjacent to Government Cut, with no fixed bridges and plenty of deep water, Miami Beach Marina affords easy accessibility to great fishing…sailing…and cruising. Our 400 boat slips provide plenty of dock space for vessels up to 250 feet. Slips are complete with fresh water, electricity, telephone and cable hook-ups…with a courteous and professional staff focused on making your stay a quality experience. Make it your stop on Miami Beach! Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €883. Number of superyacht berths: 45.
    • Palm Harbor Marina - "State-of-the-art Florida Marina located in West Palm Beach." "Designed and programmed to delight Owners, Captains and Crew alike, this world-class South Florida marina welcomes the International yachting community with superior facilities, exceptional hospitality and available slips up to 250 feet. Ideally located in the heart of the Palm Beaches, you’re just steps from everything this premiere South Florida destination has to offer, including: eclectic dining, beaches, golf, shopping, entertainment and museums. Palm Beach International Airport and private aviation facilities are just 15 minutes away from the marina." 400 North Flagler Drive, Suite A, West Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A.
    • Port Adriano - Urbanización El Toro, s/n 07180 Calvià, Mallorca, Baleares. Discover the exclusive marina designed by Philippe Starck. One of the most modern marinas in the Mediterranean and an exceptional base for superyachts. Great design with an array of premium services in a highly functional environment. The union of the talent of Philippe Starck and the experience of the Port Adriano team has achieved installations that have revolutionised the concept of marinas. An entire universe of conscious creation, work of the French creator Philippe Starck, can be found at port Adriano. Starck blurs the frontier between marina and the boat, creating direct contact with the sea and extending the experience of the yacht’s interior design to the quays; from the bollards to the woods chosen for the surfaces or the lamps of the piers, design is an essential part of Port Adriano.
    • Port Authority of Balearic Islands - Alcudia, Ibiza, Mahon, Palma and La Savina, Spain
    • Port Camille Rayon - Golfe Juan, France. "The New Port Camille Rayon, built in 1989, named after its founder Mister Camille Rayon, is dedicated to the yachting in particular to the deep see yachting. Perfectly sheltered, full of features and ideally located between Antibes and Cannes, in front of Lérins Islands, the port is flying 'Pavillon Bleu', for more than 20 years now. The Port Camille Rayon counts 841 mooring berths to welcome boats from 6 to 75m length on an area of water of 13 hectares. The depth in the harbour varies from 2 to 5 meters. The big yachts are moored on the Harbour’s office Quay and on the South quay." Accommodates superyachts with sizes of up to 75 meters. €1,100.
    • Port Hercule - Quai l'Hirondelle, 98000 Monaco. "Hercules Port is a natural bay at the foot of the ancestral rock of the princes of Monaco. It is one of the few, if not the only deep-water port of the French Riviera. It was used as a trading port by the Greeks and Romans but had the disadvantage of being poorly sheltered from the easterly winds. This prompted the erection of two piers in the early twentieth century which went some way to providing better protection. More recently, at the instigation of HRH Prince Rainier III, studies were conducted in the 1970s to better protect the stretch of water by placing, before the two existing piers, a new sea wall and a lee breakwater intended to provide the port with full protection from the swells of the eastern sector. These studies were to lead to the construction of a colossal structure 352 metres in length and weighing 160,000 tonnes at the foot of the Rock of Gibraltar. It has the unique feature of being semi-floating in order to conserve the marine fauna and flora. It was towed to the principality and moored at the foot of the rock. It was completed by a lee breakwater 145 metres in length. The new sea wall also makes it possible to welcome major cruise ships (up to 300 metres in length). Inside the original port, HRH Prince Albert II, who continued the work started by his father, wished to see the stretch of water undergo comprehensive redevelopment to make the port in Monaco the most modern and most practical marina in the western Mediterranean. This redevelopment enable large and luxurious pleasure craft to be welcomed in response to the development of ocean cruising." Average daily mooring fees for superyachts: €1,200. Number of superyacht berths: 20.
    • Port of Cannes - Côte d’Azur, France. "An exceptional place on the Cô d'Azur." Cannes, a port unlike any other in the world. Located in the heart of the city, the Old Port of Cannes awaits you on the sun-drenched French Riviera, offering leisure boating activities, cruises and boat trips. An unmissable feature of the Cannes landscape, this constantly evolving hub of activity is a bridge between the city’s glamorous side and its old quarter, Le Suquet. Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €655. Number of superyacht berths: 35.
    • Port of Gustavia - St. Barts | Saint-Barthélemy. "Port De Gustavia, one of the most exclusive marinas, is located in Gustavia - the capital of the French island of Saint Barthelemy, Port De Gustavia is a full-service center. Saint Barthelemy, St. Barts for short, is an arid, volcanic rock of 20 km2 that became the favored Caribbean destination of the rich and famous. The capital Gustavia is built on a horseshoe shaped peninsula around a small, sheltered harbor flanked by ruined forts. The town has a distinctive appearance owed to the bright red house roofs. The charm of Gustavia lies in its architecture, from the vestiges of the Swedish era to various colonial-style houses, some painted in bright Caribbean colors." 100 berths. Max length 152 m. Max draught 7 m. Average daily mooring fee for super-yachts: €500. Number of superyacht berths: 15.
    • PORT OF NICE - Côte d’Azur, France. Located in the heart of the city, the Port of Nice is situated just 4 miles from the Nice Cote d'Azur International Airport and a few minutes on foot from the city's main tourist attractions. It is the only French port with an NGV (High Speed Ferry) service to Corsica. The island can be reached within 2.5-3 hours.
    • Port of Saint-Tropez - Côte d’Azur, France. "For us quality of service and customer satisfaction is all-important. It is based on this approach that we built our reputation and that we keep it runing. Your stay in Saint-Tropez begins when you arrive in the harbour. A friendly professional team is on hand every day of the year to ensure your stay with us goes smoothly. In summer, the Harbour Master’s Office monitors the VHF 24 hours a day. There is a service available from 8am to 8pm to help you moor your boat. In winter, the same services are available every day during opening hours from 8am to 12 noon and 2pm to 6pm. After you have moored your boat, please come to the Harbour Master’s Office to register. You will need the boat’s documents, insurance and, for commercial boats, the VAT exemption declaration. A hostess is available to give you all the information you require during your stay." Capacity: 734 berths. Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €1,356. Number of superyacht berths: 30.
    • Port Pierre Canto - "Nested between lush greenery on the famous Croisette and the azure blue of the Cannes bay, Canto port combines glamour and calmness in an exceptional, renovated and modernized yacht area facing the archipelago of Lérins islands." Boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes, France.
    • PORTO MONTENEGRO - "Superyacht Marina & Luxury Residences in Adriatic." Located in the UNESCO protected Bay of Kotor, Porto Montenegro is an ever-evolving lifestyle destination. With a world-class, full-service marina, a wealth of luxury residences, a kaleidoscope of retail and dining outlets, working spaces and more, this is the point at which the curious connect in their pursuit for wonder and a life less ordinary is found.
    • Ports of Monaco - Hercules Port & Port of Fontvieille: booking & prices. "Hercules Port is a natural bay at the foot of the ancestral rock of the princes of Monaco. It is one of the few, if not the only deep-water port of the French Riviera. At the very heart of the residential area of Fontvieille, the marina offers full facilities for both amateur sailors who are simply passing through and longer-stay visitors. This haven of peace can accommodate up to 275 boats with a maximum draught of three metres. Leisure sailors have at their disposal all the services required for the proper functioning of a marina: water and electricity at each berth in addition to toilet facilities and showers."
    • Puerto BanÚs - Marbella, Spain. "Puerto Banús is one of the best-known nautical and tourist destinations in the world." An exclusive sailing and leisure port which is a benchmark in Europe, with a history going back nearly 50 years, Puerto Banús is focussed on a continuous process of growth and reinvention to continue offering experiences of the highest quality to its visitors. Each year, visitors are seduced by its sailing facilities, its unique luxury shopping possibilities and its enviable climate, with more than 300 days of sunshine each year and a gentle, agreeable temperature all year around. The sheltered area of Puerto Banús is 15 hectares, while its depth is between 6 and 3 meters deep depending on the docks, and over 7 meters at its mouth 80 meters wide. Puerto Banús has 915 berths for boats ranging form 8 to 50 meters in length. €2,069.
    • Rodney Bay MARINA - St. Lucia, West Indies. Considered one of the Caribbean’s leading centers for yachting and sport fishing, Rodney Bay Marina offers yachters 253 slips and a 4.5 acre boatyard, as well as excellent accommodations for megayachts up to 285 feet with drafts of up to 14 feet – all in a well-protected hurricane-safe haven. 253 total berths. 32 megayacht berths.
    • RYBOVICH MARINA - Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A. "Experience the Yachting Lifestyle at Rybovich." Rybovich is a full service superyacht marina and service facility in West Palm Beach, Florida with direct and unobstructed access from the Atlantic Ocean. The marina offers first class yacht facilities and unrivaled shore amenities. The Rybovich community is unlike any in the industry, providing a home away from home atmosphere that keeps our guests coming back every season. Rybovich is the preferred international location for service and refit. We have built a reputation for on-time and on-budget delivery. Yachts available for sale and charter all year round, at your leisure.
    • Setur Marinas - "The leading marina chain in Turkey..." One of the Mediterranean Basin's prominent chain marinas in Marina operations, Setur Marinas has a total of 10 marinas. Setur Marinas' experienced team assists its customers in many topics such as hotel and flight ticket bookings, tours, car rental, entry-exit formalities and yacht insurance in addition to customary marina services. Social areas such as shopping centres, markets and restaurants found at many of the Setur Marinas also offer guests the opportunity to have a pleasant time. Also, Setur Marinas is followed closely by other marina enterprises thanks to its innovative approaches to operational needs. Comprising Kalamiş, and Fenerbahçe, Yalova, Ayvalik, Çeşme, Kuşadasi, Marmaris, Finike and Kaş Marinas have been providing services at world standards to yacht owners sailing along the Turkish coast.
    • Town Marina - "The only public marina on the island of Palm Beach, the Town Marina has been providing berthing for power and sail yachts up to 260’ in length since the 1940s. The Town Marina is centrally located and only a short distance away from West Palm Beach, which has a multitude of fine restaurants, bars and shops. Our island location places you within walking distance of the world-famous Worth Avenue. For those looking to leave their yacht and travel further afield, the marina is closely located to main transport links including I-95 and the Palm Beach International Airport, and railways to Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Miami." 500 Australian Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A.
    • Yacht Haven Grande - "The premier marina facility for megayachts within the Caribbean! Located alongside scenic Charlotte Amalie Harbor in St. Thomas, USVI, the spectacular facility encompasses a 48-slip megayacht marina complemented by a shopping Galleria with over 80,000 square feet of retail space, exciting dining and entertainment options, recreational amenities and seaside residences. The Marina at Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas offers side-to berthing for yachts up to 450 feet and beyond; 18-foot concrete docks and piers; marina facilities dedicated to crew, owners, and guests including provisioning, catering, a nearby laundry, florist, and ships’ chandlery." €889. 46 total berths. 46 megayacht berths.
    • Yas Marina - Abu Dhabi. "Drop Anchor At Yas Marina." Yas Marina is regarded as one of Abu Dhabi’s finest superyacht marinas. Situated on Yas Island, it is established as the premier destination in the Middle East for yachting enthusiasts. With a dedicated member concierge, member & crew benefits program, vibrant shore-side destination, some of the lowest priced utilities in the world and flexible berthing options for yachts of all sizes, Yas Marina offers attractive packages for visiting yachts as well as competitively priced annual tariffs which include a berth during the FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX. Our 227 wet berth marina caters for yachts from 8 metres up to 175m in size and gives visitors access to pristine coastlines, uninhabited islands and the nearby cosmopolitan cities of Abu Dhabi and Dubai whilst offering the services and facilities you would expect from a world class marina. Average daily mooring fee for superyachts: €421. Number of super-yacht berths: 40.
    Professional Yacht Crews
  • Bluewater yacht crew placement.
  • AMERICAN YACHT INSTITUTE - since 1994. Specialize in training future professional staff.
  • BLUEWATER - since 1991. "One Company. One Complete Service." Yacht crew placement & crew recruitment, crew training courses.
  • Crew Unlimited - "Established in 1983 in Fort Lauderdale, FL, has become known as one of the top yacht crew placement agencies in the world. Finding yacht jobs and travel jobs on luxury charter yachts, private yachts, and estates, in popular cruising areas such as the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, the Bahamas, the US North East, for Captains, Chefs, Mates, Engineers, Steward(esse)s, and Deckhands, all around the world, is our expertise!"
  • Hemisphere Crew Solutions - "Hemisphere Monaco is a specialist superyacht service provider founded in 2012. We provide a collection of in-house elements to Captains and decision makers, enabling them to operate their yachts safely and effectively." Our offices are centrally located in Monaco; the hub of the superyacht community. Located in the prestigious principality, we are strategically placed for easy access to our clients and their yachts.
  • HILL ROBINSON - since 2001. "Crew selection and recruitment." Finding and keeping good crew is critical. Hill Robinson will take care of your crew selection and recruitment using our advanced HRcrew database.
  • INTERNATIONAL YACHT CREW - since 2013. "The 'In' Yacht Crew."
  • LUXURY ASSETS - since 2011. "Staff Placement with Integrity". Luxury Assets is a high-end international domestic staff agency for private households, family offices, yachts and jets and has offices in London, UK and Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Luxury Yacht Group - since 2001. "Professional Yacht Crew Placement." Luxury Yacht Group recruits more yacht crew each year than any other company. With 17 dedicated crew placement coordinators we have the largest and best trained staff in the industry to help guide your job search.
  • Polo & Tweed - since 2013. "Yacht Crew & Stewardesses." Yacht stewardesses and yacht crew typically are youthful, and extremely well trained service professionals used to working long seasons or full time onboard some of the most luxury ships and yachts in the world. They are incredibly hard working and dedicated to their craft and enjoy the high pressured environment of life at sea. Our Yacht stewards and stewardesses are some of the best trained in the world.
  • SUPERYACHT CREW AGENCY (SYCA) - since 2015. "The number one Crew Placement Service for Superyachts." SuperYacht Crew Agency (SYCA) is an international MCA certified recruitment and placement agency fully compliant with the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (MLC). A personalised “superyacht” level of recruitment service providing owner representatives, captains and head of departments with exceptional yacht crew. SuperYacht Crew Agency offers the latest rotational and full time superyacht jobs for Captains, Officers, Bosuns, Deckhands, Engineers, Chefs, Pursers & Stewardesses.
  • THE CREW NETWORK - since 1998. "For Quality Crew Recruitment & Careers Worldwide." The world's premiere yachting crew agency. With offices positioned in key yachting hot spots, The Crew Network is ideally placed to assist you in finding the perfect yacht crew. Having offices in Fort Lauderdale, Antibes and Viareggio gives you access to the best quality crew at all times."
  • YACHTCHEFS.COM - since 2003. "Our Mission: to be your first port of call for chef recruitment in the super yacht industry." Chef Placement Service - 24/7 Service! Chef recruitment for yachts.
    Royal, Imperial & Presidential Yachts
  • M/Y Dannebrog - the Danish royal yacht.
  • ROYAL YACHTS - Wikipedia.
  • ROYAL AND PRESIDENTIAL YACHTS - Wikipedia.
    • Al Said.
    • M/Y AL SAID - owned by the Sultan Qaboos of Oman.
    • Al Salamah.
    • M/Y AL SALAMAH - the property of the Saudi Arabian defense minister, Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz.
    • BRP Ang Pangulo.
    • BRP Ang Pangulo - presidential yacht and was acquired by the Philippine government in 1959.
    • The Royal Yacht Britannia, Ocean Drive, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 6JJ, Scotland, U.K.
    • HMY BRITANNIA - the royal yacht of United Kingdom - decommissioned in 1997.
    • HMY Britannia - Royal Cutter Yacht. Gaff-rigged cutter built in 1893 for Commodore Albert Edward, Prince of Wales. She served him and his son King George V with a long racing career.
    • CLEOPATRA'S BARGE | Pride of Hawaii - the royal yacht (1820-1824) of King Kamehameha II of Hawaii.
    • M/Y Dannebrog - the Danish royal yacht.
    • M/Y DANNEBROG - the royal yacht of Denmark.
    • De Groene Draeck - royal yacht of Beatrix of the Netherlands.
    • Derzhava - royal yacht of the House of Romanov (1871-1898).
    • M/Y Dubai.
    • M/Y DUBAI - owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of the Emirate of Dubai and the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates.
    • EL HORRIA | Mahroussa - royal yacht built for Isma'il Pasha, the Khedive of Egypt in 1865.
    • JRM GALEB - belonged to the late President of the Yugoslav Republic Marshal Tito on his numerous foreign trips and to entertain heads of state (1948-1980).
    • HHS GLASGOW - royal yacht belonging to the Sultan of Zanzibar (1878-1896).
    • M/Y Grace.
    • M/Y GRACE | Deo Juvante II - the wedding gift from Aristotle Onassis to Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco (1956).
    • M/S Heimdal - royal Norwegian yacht (1892-1905, 1905-1908).
    • SMY Hohenzollern.
    • SMY HOHENZOLLERN II - used by the German Emperors between 1878 and 1918, named after their House of Hohenzollern.
    • LIVADIA - imperial yacht of the House of Romanov (1873-1878).
    • LIVADIA - imperial yacht of the House of Romanov built in 1879–1880 to replace the yacht of the same name that had sunk off the coast of Crimea in 1878.
    • USS MAYFLOWER - served as U.S. presidential yacht until 1929.
    • NAHLIN | Luceafarul | Libertatea - in 1936 Nahlin was chartered by King Edward VIII and used by him and Mrs. Wallis Simpson during their love affair. The yacht was bought in 1937 by King Carol of Romania for £120,000.
    • HNoMY Norge.
    • K/S NORGE - the royal yacht of Norway.
    • USS Potomac.
    • USS POTOMAC - Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s presidential yacht from 1936 until his death in 1945.
    • Prince Abdulaziz.
    • M/Y PRINCE ABDULAZIZ - one of the royal yachts of the Saudi royal family.
    • SS RIVER QUEEN - closely associated with U.S. President Abraham Lincoln and Gen. Ulysses S. Grant.
    • M/Y Savarona.
    • M/Y Savarona - luxury state yacht owned by the Republic of Turkey.
    • USS Sequoia (presidential yacht).
    • USS SEQUOIA - former United States presidential yacht used from Herbert Hoover to Jimmy Carter.
    • Russian Imperial Yacht Standart.
    • STANDART - the Russian imperial yacht, serving Emperor Nicholas II and his family (1895-1918).
    • Thistle - unsuccessful Scottish challenger of the seventh America's Cup in 1887 against American defender Volunteer. Thistle was sold to the German emperor Wilhelm II (who otherwise used the SMY Hohenzollern) in 1891 for 90,000 gold marks and renamed Meteor.
    • HMY Victoria and Albert II - 360 foot steamer launched 1855 and royal yacht of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom until 1900.
    • HMY Victoria and Albert III - royal yacht of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom serving four sovereigns (1901-1939).
    • USS WILLIAMSBURG - served as a U.S. presidential yacht from 1945 to 1953.
    • USS YACONA - during the period when she was called Amélia III, the 527 gross ton vessel was owned by D. Carlos, King of Portugal between 1889 and 1908.
    Superyachts & Megayachts (100+): A-Z
  • Aristotle Onassis' legendary, now restored, luxury yacht Christina O.
  • The term luxury yacht, "SUPERYACHT" and "Large Yacht" refers to very expensive, privately owned yachts which are professionally crewed. Also known as a Super Yacht, a luxury yacht may be either a sailing or motor yacht.

    This term began to appear at the beginning of the 20th century when wealthy individuals constructed large private yachts for personal pleasure. This coincided with it being picked up by the press as well, and its appearance in magazines such as Boat International, cemented it as an every day term in the industry. Examples of early luxury motor yachts include the Cox & King yachts, M/Y (motor yacht) Christina O and M/Y Savarona. Early luxury sailing yachts include Americas Cup classic J class racers like S/Y (sailing yacht) Endeavour and Sir Thomas Lipton's S/Y Shamrock. The New York Yacht Club hosted many early luxury sailing yacht events at Newport, Rhode Island, during the Gilded Age.

    Between 2000 and 2008 there was a massive growth in the number, size, and popularity of large private or Super luxury yachts. This was in the 24 to 70 meter size range. Luxury, Large or Super yachts typically have no real home port as such although a yacht must be registered in a port of the country to which flag state it is registered in. Popular flag state registrars for large yachts are Cayman Islands, Marshall Islands, Isle of Man, British Virgin Islands among others. (Many times the yacht will have never been to these ports.) They are particularly bountiful in the Mediterranean in summer and the Caribbean Sea in winter. Many can be chartered (rented) for sums of up to 1 million Euro for a week. There may be up to 1500 Large yachts available to Charter in a season in the Mediterranean. (Yachts that go back and forth between the Caribbean and Mediterranean in the winter and summer are said to be doing the Milk Run.) The arrival of large commercial ships that have been specially outfitted to take multiple Large yachts across the Atlantic ocean have created a much larger Charter market in the Caribbean than ever before. Yachts will dock in a port of choosing while the crew does maintenance work and waits for owners or guests to arrive. The vessels then will do short cruises with the owners and/or guests aboard. Typical destinations in Spain and the French and Italian Rivieras include Cannes, Antibes, St. Tropez, Monte Carlo, Portofino, Porto Cervo, Puerto Banus, Puerto Portals and Palma, Majorca, although increasingly luxury yachts are cruising in more remote areas of the world. Antigua is one of the main ports in the Windward Islands of the Caribbean and hosts a Charter Show at the beginning of the winter season.

    While the demand for new luxury yachts has slowed somewhat since 2009, 2011 has seen a small rebound with launches from many of the top yards. The latest launch, M/Y Eclipse, built by Blohm + Voss for Russian businessman Roman Abramovich is the largest yacht in the world. Luxury boat building and yacht charter companies are predominantly based in the United States and Western Europe but are also increasingly found in New Zealand, Asia and Eastern Europe.

  • TheYachtPhoto.com.
  • 8 Top Toys For A Superb Floating Holiday - "It can be a challenge to find a great gift for someone who already owns a boat or yacht, but these curated goodies - from elevated water toys to marine-inspired fashion to eye-popping luxury lifestyle accents - are likely to raise the tide of appreciation to tsunami levels this holiday season."
  • 10 of the most exciting new superyacht concepts - "Demand has been steadily growing over the years, with the global fleet jumping from 3,906 crafts in 2009 to 5,646 in 2019, according to the Superyacht Group. Meanwhile the Covid-19 pandemic has brought about a spike in purchases, with superyacht marketing company Northrop & Johnson seeing sales for July 2020 reaching double that of the previous year."
  • 10 of the world's most expensive superyachts & their owners - CNN.
  • $80M superyacht concept has a 'gaping hole' - "Previous offerings include a yacht in the form of a swan and another devised to resemble a shark, but Lazzarini Design Studio's latest superyacht concept may be one of its most daring yet. The Rome-based design team has just unveiled renderings of a brand new 69-meter yacht design with a 'gaping hole' right in the middle."
  • 86m superyacht Seven Seas on the market for first time - "The 86-metre Oceanco superyacht Seven Seas is now for sale for the first time since her launch. The Oceanco yacht for sale, which was launched in 2010, features naval architecture from the boards of Azure Naval Architects and exterior designs by Nuvolari Lenard."
  • 100 LARGEST YACHTS 2020 - "For 2020, Superyachts.com is forecasting a number of new and exciting entries into the ranks of the Top 100 from shipyards including Lurssen, Feadship, Oceanco and Benetti. By switching the below tab to 'on' you can view these new forecasted entries within the Live Rankings, or switch to 'off' to unveil our predicted Top 100 list for 2020."
  • 126m LÜrssen superyacht Octopus has been sold - "The iconic 126.2-metre Lürssen explorer superyacht Octopus has been sold. The superyacht was listed by Fraser and Burgess and she has just joined Camper & Nicholsons charter fleet. Her new owner intends to charter her for the first time since her launch, offering guests the opportunity to join her on a two-year round the world tour, beginning in January 2022, following a yard period this winter."
  • 300 LARGEST YACHTS IN THE WORLD - TheYachtPhoto.com.
  • 345-ft 'gap year' superyacht unveiled - "'Millennial' superyacht makes waves at Dubai boat show."
  • £350m superyacht given to ex-wife of Putin-linked billionaire in Britain's biggest divorce case - The Telegraph.
  • $350 million superyacht concept with its own port - "Devising a superyacht concept that stands out from the rest is no easy feat nowadays, as designers continue to push against the boundaries, with more and more innovative vessel designs."
  • $610 Million Solaris Yacht Is Nearing Completion, Will Be World’s Most Powerful - "Roman Abramovich's latest toy is called Solaris, and it’s nearing completion at the Lloyd Werft shipyard in Bremerhaven, Germany. Measuring 460 feet (140 meters)."
  • 954-Foot-Long Ship Touted To Be The ‘Ultimate Private Superyacht’ - "The philosophy behind the design of the 954-foot-long NJORD may have been inspired by some of the largest and most luxurious superyachts in the world."
  • 2017 Monaco Yacht Show's best superyachts - The Telegraph.
  • 2019 World Superyacht Award winners revealed - "What makes a superyacht the best of the best?"
  • 6,281 superyachts - Superyacht Intelligence Consultancy.
  • A Yacht for Your Toys, When Your Superyacht Isn’t Enough: The Lynx YXT 34 - "If you’re rich enough to be able to afford a multi-million superyacht for the occasional cruise, you’re rich enough to afford another yacht for your toys alone."
  • Are billionaires really self-isolating on superyachts? - "When entertainment mogul David Geffen shared an image of his superyacht 'Rising Sun' at sea alongside the caption 'isolated in the Grenadines' last month, it's fair to say the post ruffled a few feathers."
  • Aston Martin Submarine.
  • Aston Martin Submarine - "Aston Martin is making an ultra-exclusive $4 million submarine." CNN Money.
  • AVISO GRILLE - "Hitler's War Yacht."
  • Beach Club - "Beach clubs feature on larger superyachts, where the space at the aft of the vessel is dedicated to a stylish lounge area and swim platform, creating an additional space for effortless indoor-outdoor living and entertaining."
  • BERMUDA RIG - Wikipedia.
  • best new superyachts 2017 - The Telegraph.
  • BEST SUPERYACHT BEACH CLUBS IN THE WORLD - "Beach clubs feature on larger superyachts, where the space at the aft of the vessel is dedicated to a stylish lounge area and swim platform, creating an additional space for effortless indoor-outdoor living and entertaining."
  • Bill Gates 'not buying our hydrogen yacht' - "Billionaire Bill Gates has not commissioned a hydrogen-powered superyacht from designer Sinot, the firm has told the BBC."
  • Billionaire Businessman Herb Chambers Talks About Owning One Of Hottest Superyachts In The World, The 263-Foot-Long Excellence - "Superyacht owners are often, um, how should we say, pretty aloof. And I can’t say I blame them. But every now and then, I meet a superyacht owner who loves his new yacht, and loves the process of designing and building something so unique, and appreciates the incredibly talented designers and engineers and builders who can make his dreams a reality so much, that he’s willing to share some of the experience with me (on the record)."
  • Billionaire Superyacht Showdown: Who's Who at Cannes Film Festival - Forbes.
  • Billionaire Superyacht Showdown: Who’s Who in St. Barths for New Years 2020 - Forbes.
  • Billionaires seek sanctuary from coronavirus aboard superyachts - "Vessels are being booked for months-long charters in remote locations as the rich luxuriously self-isolate in remote destinations."
  • BOATING - Wikipedia.
  • Calling all billionaires: here’s how to keep your superyacht Covid-free - "As the rich and famous isolate on the seas, a new catamaran is designed to keep the virus out."
  • Can a superyacht cross the Atlantic without using fuel? - "'Crossing the Atlantic with no fuel:' Can superyachts really go green?"
  • Climb Aboard One Of The World’s Largest Sailing Superyachts - "The 266-foot-long sailing superyacht has had all three of its massive carbon fiber masts and enormous sails installed. And this new yacht named SEA EAGLE II has been officially delivered to her new owner and is currently on her way to the Mediterranean."
  • Climb Aboard This 376-Foot-Long LaFerrari-Inspired Superyacht - "Project Enzo - the code name for the 376-foot-long superyacht that Lürssen just launched at their facility in Germany - is perfect for several reasons. First, it seems to pay homage to Enzo Ferrari, the legendary Italian race car builder whose name is synonymous with speed, style, performance, uncompromising quality, and unmitigated sex appeal. It’s also a nod to a specific Ferrari design—the LaFerrari supercar—that inspired the Italian superyacht designers Nuvolari–Lenard when they created the exterior and interior lines."
  • CLIPPER - Wikipedia.
  • Confessions of a superyacht stewardess - "Being chief stew you're essentially the face of the entire interior. I'm always around. If guests are up, I'm up. I'm leading every service." The role of a stewardess is broad, they work as cleaners, cocktail mixologists, waiters and even yoga teachers.
  • Cybercrime on the high seas: the new threat facing billionaire superyacht owners - The Guardian.
  • Dive Into The World’s Largest Superyacht Swimming Pools - "Superyacht Sneak Peek: World’s Largest Superyacht Swimming Pools."
  • Everything you always wanted to know about yachting, but were too afraid to ask - "Even with boat sales and charters booming, yachting remains an enigma for most people."
  • Feadship’s Superyachts Of The Future Are “Pretty Outrageous” - "With the global pandemic putting an even larger premium on being able to social distance in style, the world’s largest superyacht shipyards have been working hard to keep up with demand. But since many of the largest superyachts can still take up to five years to be completed in the best of times, the world’s preeminent superyacht builders and designers are constantly pushing the envelope of what the ultimate superyacht of the future can be."
  • Flag of convenience - Wikipedia.
  • Freddie Mercury Meets Forrest Gump On This Fantastical 109-Meter Feadship Concept Superyacht - "What do Freddie Mercury and Forrest Gump have in common? Nothing - but that’s exactly the point. One was a rock star known for his wild stage antics and bold costumes while the other is a quiet, endearing fictional character who just loves to 'run, Forrest, run!' And yet, these two opposing personalities have been brought together in Project FG, a concept yacht from Feadship."
  • From Trump Tower To Gigayachts: Designing The World’s Most Illuminating Superyacht - "Zaniz Jakubowski has rarely been able to speak about her work. Silenced by ironclad NDAs throughout most of her career, the American/English designer can’t boast that she’s decorated the homes of high-profile HNWIs and A-list celebrities or that she’s behind many private and public spaces in President Trump’s New York seat, Trump Tower. But with her latest design project Luminosity, a giant 108m gigayacht which has just hit the market for €225 million, she’s now able to speak freely - and she does so gladly."
  • GIGA YACHT - definition & explanation.
  • GYG | Global Yachting Group - since 2012. "The world's leading superyacht service & supply group." Supply - the sale and delivery of maintenance materials, consumables, spare parts and equipment for the care and operation of superyachts.
  • How a Murdoch sailed off with Maxwell's yacht - "For years the press titans battled for supremacy and now Rupert Murdoch's ex-wife has bought and refitted Robert Maxwell's boat Lady Ghislaine - named after his disgraced daughter and scene of his death."
  • How Big Is The World’s Largest Superyacht? - Forbes.
  • HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO RUN A SUPER YACHT? - YouTube 12:01.
  • How the Wellness Trend Could Transform Superyacht Interiors - "Venice-based Nuvolari-Lenard is rethinking yacht design by replacing formal areas with super-lounges that have swimming pools and libraries."
  • How to design a luxury superyacht - "When super-rich clients spend tens of millions on a superyacht, they expect something unique."
  • how to snap up a superyacht at the Monaco Yacht Show - The Telegraph.
  • Iconic yachts: The story of Steve Jobs's Feadship superyacht Venus - "Perhaps it’s her famous owner, unique exterior or the total secrecy surrounding the project, but there are few superyachts that are more captivating than the utterly iconic yacht Venus. Built by Feadship and designed by Philippe Starck, 78.2 metre Venus was launched in October 2012."
  • In messy UK divorce case, who will sail away with the £250m superyacht? - "Seizing control of the yacht would go a long way towards satisfying a London court’s £450m divorce award in Tatiana Akhmedova’s favour."
  • Inside a 203-Foot Superyacht With a Luxurious 2,260-Square-Foot Owner’s Apartment - "Sanlorenzo's first 62Steel, which launched last week, is also defined by the interplay of glass and light across its elegant interior."
  • Inside Heesen’s Biggest, Baddest Superyacht Yet - "Pushing forward with the largest boat you’ve ever created during a global pandemic is a bold move but it’s one that’s set to pay off for Heesen Yachts. This week, the Dutch shipyard unveiled the latest updates to the 80m Cosmos - a yacht that’s not just iconic in size but colossal in terms of detailing and power."
  • Inside the secret world of superyachts - GQ.
  • Is This Swan-Shaped Megayacht The Wackiest Concept Boat Of 2020? - "The brainchild of Italian designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini, Avanguardia has been five years in the making. What started as a fantasy dreamed up by a man fascinated with pushing the boundaries of vehicle design has become a project with real-life potential - and one which Lazzarini hopes will get snapped up by one brave shipyard."
  • Jeff Bezos & the secretive world of superyachts - "News that Jeff Bezos has bought a 'superyacht' has revived interest in the secretive world of the uber-rich globetrotters who enjoy these ultimate status symbols. Experts say the superyacht industry has been booming for years, even during the global economic slowdown caused by the pandemic."
  • Late Billionaire Paul Allen’s Yacht on Sale for $326 Million - "The late Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen's 414-foot super yacht 'Octopus' is on the market. At 295 million euros ($326 million), the 414-foot vessel where the billionaire partied with U2 and Mick Jagger, and sailed to destinations from Venice to Shanghai, is listed at brokerages Fraser and Burgess."
  • Lazzarini design studio - "Think about the future never forget the past . . ."
  • LIST OF LARGE SAILING YACHTS - Wikipedia.
  • LIST OF MOTOR YACHTS BY LENGTH - Wikipedia.
  • Lock & Co. Hatters Skipper cap: £95.
  • Lock & Co. Hatters Skipper cap - established 1676. "The hat choice for sailing enthusiasts, the Skipper cap is crafted from showerproof navy wool. The authentic black-braid detailing and embellishments make this cap the ultimate in marine style."
  • Luxury superyacht lost at sea after falling off cargo ship - "A luxury superyacht owned by an Italian billionaire was lost at sea after it slipped from a cargo ship into the Mediterranean."
  • LUXURY YACHT - Wikipedia.
  • Luxury yacht tender - Wikipedia.
  • Mark Zuckerberg's $195 Million "Ulysses" Yacht - "Ever wondered how the founder of Facebook spent his money? Here's part of the answer in this video. Although the price of the Ulysses yacht represents only a small percentage of Mark Zuckerberg's massive fortune, the yacht still costs $195 Million. So, when you buy something at that price, you can expect to get the best quality services and amenities, well that's all this super yacht offers." YouTube 7:42.
  • MEGA YACHT - definition & explanation.
  • Mind my Picasso... superyacht owners struggle to protect art - "Billionaires try to cut risk to priceless paintings from flying champagne corks."
  • New Trimonoran superyacht concept could be future of luxury sailing - "A yacht concept at least 20 years in the making, Escalade is being touted as a 'game changer' by the team behind it. Measuring 25 meters, the unique vessel is said to be the first of its kind to feature a Trimonoran hull, a combination of a monohull and a trimaran hull."
  • Neyk Luxury Submarine.
  • Neyk Luxury Submarine.
  • Neyk Luxury Submarine - Ocean Submarine.
  • One Of The World’s Largest Superyacht Catamaran Concepts Unveiled By Sunreef Yachts - "Demand for Sunreef yachts has always been high. In fact, the company has built over 160 large sailing and power cats since production began in that historic, communist-era shipyard. But I think with the announcement of this new Sunreef Power Superyacht, may drive demand even more."
  • Rafael Nadal Celebrates His Birthday With A Custom Sunreef 80 Power Catamaran Yacht - "The modern styled Sunreef Yacht cost him around $6.2 million, and Nadal personally helped design the stunning interiors prior to it being launched at Sunreef’s shipyard in Poland. Nadal wanted the yacht to be ready in time for cruising the Balearic Islands in July with his family."
  • Roman Abramovich’s yachts, from Chelsea owner’s new £430m Solaris to one £25m boat he ‘gifted to Vladimir Putin’ - "The Chelsea owner, worth a cool £10bn, is overseeing the development of his latest toy, Solaris - a superyacht that promises to be the most powerful yacht in the world. The Russian, 54, must love travelling by sea - because he has had a private navy of yachts - with SunSport believing Solaris to be his EIGHTH over the years."
  • Royal Huisman Unveils World’s Largest Superyacht Sloop Concept - Forbes.
  • SCHOONER - Wikipedia.
  • SHADOW YACHT - definition & explanation.
  • Size Matters On The New Superyacht From Sunseeker International - "Up until pretty recently, UK-based Sunseeker International was known for building stylishly fast, highly recognizable multi-million-dollar yachts up to around 100-feet-long. But now that the company has just announced that the flagship of their “Supeyacht Division” will be a 161-footer with an aluminum hull built by Icon Yachts in Holland, it’s obvious Sunseeker has BIG expansion plans."
  • Steve Jobs's Feadship superyacht Venus - "Perhaps it’s her famous owner, unique exterior or the total secrecy surrounding the project, but there are few superyachts that are more captivating than the utterly iconic yacht Venus. Built by Feadship and designed by Philippe Starck, 78.2 metre Venus was launched in October 2012."
  • Successor to new Britannia moves closer - The Telegraph.
  • SUPER YACHT - definition & explanation.
  • Superyacht cybercrime: the next big thing? - CNN.
  • Superyacht linked to Jho Low & 1MDB scandal for sale again, for an extra $74m - "The Tranquility, seized by authorities and sold for a ‘bargain’ $126m in April, is back on market after stint as celebrity hangout."
  • Superyacht Owners Escape For Open Waters With Hospital Rooms & Private Nurses - "Most yachts over 300 feet contain mini-hospitals, or secure medical rooms, and yacht nurse staffing agencies can barely keep up with the increase in demand following the coronavirus outbreak. As yacht owners find themselves virtually isolated in their foreign locations, the need for onboard medical protection is an urgent necessity."
  • Superyachts & bragging rights: why the super-rich love their ‘floating homes’ - The Guardian.
  • The Most Expensive Yacht In The World - YouTube 10:58. "Join us while we take an inside look at the most expensive yacht ever built. The History Supreme is a $4.8 billion dollar masterpiece!"
  • The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection.
  • The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection - "Set sail on a journey of discovery with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Designed to combine the luxury lifestyle of The Ritz-Carlton and the casual freedom of a yachting vacation, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will offer bespoke voyages on the first of three custom-built yachts in 2022. Most voyages range from seven to ten nights, offering many overnight calls and uniquely curated experiences ashore. Each yacht will feature 149 suites, each with its own private terrace, and accommodate up to 298 guests in a relaxed, casually elegant atmosphere. As with The Ritz-Carlton on land, each yacht will feature personalized service, elevated dining and luxury amenities. The yachts are also available for private charter."
  • The secrets behind world's most famous superyacht - designer Philippe Starck reveals how the £225 million Motor Yacht A came to be.
  • The Ultimate Quarantine: This Oil Billionaire Is Building The World’s Largest Superyacht - And Claims It Will Help Save The Oceans - "Rev Ocean is a floating contradiction. On one hand, it is the largest superyacht in the world - the apex of self-indulgence - at a cost of about $350 million. Yet Rokke prefers a different framing. Rev Ocean, he insists, is a research vessel."
  • The Wealthiest of the Wealthy's $4.8 Billion Boat Party in Monaco 2019 - "The annual Monaco Yacht Show showcases the pinnacle of design, engineering, and luxury available to the seafaring superrich."
  • This 160-Foot All-Carbon Superyacht Is Like a Bond Villain Lair That Floats - "The Palmer Johnson 'Khalilah' may not be the largest yacht on the water, but she is arguably the flashiest. Here's an exclusive tour."
  • This Sleek 311-Foot Megayacht Concept Is a Floating Fortress- "With a Safe Room and Counter-Intelligence Protocols. There's even a diplomatic-grade secure meeting room for your classified convos."
  • This superyacht could be world's biggest - "This floating entertainment hub could be biggest superyacht in the world."
  • Top 10 luxury tableware designers for superyacht dining - With each new yachting season comes a series of new tableware trends. Despite the shifts in taste and style, however, one thing remains consistent: Established designers and their stunning designs.
  • ultimate luxury yachts to go where no one else can go - "Purpose-built explorer yachts have paved the way for a whole host of new yacht designs to bring billionaires to the ends of the earth."
  • What it's like to own a superyacht - "In a rare interview, Folch-Rusiñol Corachán gave CNN Travel the rundown of what it's actually like to own one of these lavish leviathans, why he's willing to spend his millions keeping it afloat, what he uses it for -- and whether his friends are jealous."
  • What the super rich want on a superyacht - "Glass, silence and no offices."
  • Where Are the Customers' Yachts: or A Good Hard Look at Wall Street - Amazon.com.
  • Why your tender is now as important as your superyacht - "It’s an inside-out approach to design and means that the 'working' parts of a superyacht are as prevalent in buyers’ minds as the view from their stateroom. The biggest boats can carry a fleet of tenders. There’s the limo tender for guests, the landing craft for the ATVs, the wakeboard boat, the centre console for fishing, dinghies for racing around deserted atolls and Zodiacs for nudging icebergs."
  • Will This 728-Foot-Long Residential Superyacht Become The World’s Most Exclusive Address? - "For anyone who’s ever dreamed of owning a superyacht, or living in a hyper-exclusive ocean-front community, or girdling the globe in impossible luxury, Somnio - a massive residential superyacht that was conceived to provide all the benefits of yacht travel to an elite group of wealthy individuals who want to own and design their own luxury apartment with onboard amenities reflecting the service and offering only found in the world’s finest hotels."
  • WORLD'S 100 LARGEST YACHTS 2011 - Powerboat & Motoryacht magazine.
  • WORLD'S 100 LARGEST YACHTS 2013 - Superyachts.com.
  • world’s 6,281 superyachts - Superyacht Intelligence Consultancy.
  • world’s best superyachts of 2021 revealed - "The 16th annual World Superyacht Awards hosted by Boat International has taken place in Monaco."
  • World’s First Megayacht, Lady Moura, Reveals Its Secrets After 30 Years - "Few superyachts in the world are as famous, as photographed and - it turns out - as beautiful as Lady Moura. Delivered back in 1990, the world’s first megayacht has been listed for sale for the first time and, in the process, its well-guarded secrets have been revealed."
  • world's largest 100m+ yachts - "As the global fleet of superyacht continues to expand, so does the number of superyachts above 100 metres in length. With more than 50 superyachts launched and currently in operation above 100 metres, we can expect projects from some of the biggest players in the industry to be newcomers to the list. Here, SuperYacht Times has rounds up the comprehensive list of the world's largest yachts."
  • World’s Largest Gigayacht Was Built to Help Save the Oceans - "From Climate Change to Plastic Pollution. As the biggest research vessel, she'll work on fixing overfishing, climate change and plastic pollution."
  • World's largest superyacht: a floating private members' club for billionaires - The Guardian.
  • World’s largest superyacht: Everything you need to know about 183m REV - "The crown of world’s largest superyacht is due to be passed on next year - here’s what you need to know about the newcomer 183m REV..."
  • World’s Largest Superyacht List Gets... Longer - "With the recent launch of the 466-Foot-Long OPUS at the Lurssen shipyard, the list of the world’s largest privately-owned superyachts is getting...longer."
  • world's most beautiful new superyachts - The Telegraph.
  • YACHT - Wikipedia.
  • Yacht Fire M/V Polar Bear - YouTube: 3:32.
  • YACHTING - Wikipedia.
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  • 46' Cigarette Rider - inspired by the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG supercar.
  • 122 STRAND CRAFT SUPERYACHT - comes with supercar and in-boat garage to hold it.
  • Motor Yacht A.
  • A (motor yacht) - Philippe Starck designed mega yacht. 390 ft / 119 m / US$300 mio. (owned by Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko).
  • The secrets behind world's most famous superyacht - designer Philippe Starck reveals how the £225 million Motor Yacht A came to be.
  • Sailing Yacht A.
  • A (sailing yacht) - 469 ft / 143 m / height: ~100 m (330 ft) / US$300 mio. (owned by Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko).
  • Adastra.
  • ADASTRA - 136.15 ft / 41.5 m / US$14.5 mio. (owned by shipping magnate Anto Marden).
  • AERO CRUISER 38 II - 'SHOOTING STAR' - "The new 38 metre superyacht from Danish Yachts known as ‘AeroCruiser 38 II’ is designed by Espen Øino and set to pioneer a new era in powerboat design. The carbon-fibre superyacht is the fastest twin-engined superyacht of its class capable of over 50 knots!"
  • Al Diriyah.
  • Al Diriyah - 258 ft / 79 m (owned by the Saudi royal family).
  • Al Mirqab.
  • Al Mirqab - 437 ft / 133 m (owned by the Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Emir of Qatar).
  • Al Said.
  • AL SAID - 508.5 ft / 155 m (owned by the Sultan of Oman).
  • Al Salamah.
  • AL SALAMAH - 457 ft / 139 m (owned by the Sultan, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia).
  • ALAMSHAR - 164 ft / 50 m / US$200 mio. (owned by Aga Khan IV).
  • Alexander.
  • Alexander - 400 ft / 122 m (owned by the Latsis family).
  • Alfa Nero.
  • Alfa Nero - 269 ft / 82 m.
  • ALYSIA - 280 ft / 85 m / US$116 mio. One of the world’s most impressive charteryachts along with her sistership Annaliesse.
  • Amazon Express.
  • Amazon Express - 219 ft / 67 m (owned by the Jean Pigozzi).
  • Amevi.
  • Amevi - 262 ft / 80 m (owned by the Lakshmi Mittal).
  • Anastasia.
  • Anastasia - 248 ft / 76 m (owned by Vladimir Potanin).
  • Annaliesse.
  • ANNALIESSE - 280 ft / 85 m / US$103 mio. (one of the world’s most impressive charteryachts along with her sistership Alysia).
  • Aqua.
  • AQUA - by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design. 370 ft / 112 m / US$644 mio. The ‘Aqua’ superyacht powered by liquid hydrogen. It can travel 3,750 miles before it needs to refuel. To be launched after 2024.
  • AQUARIVA BY GUCCI - exclusive made-to-order yacht by Riva and Gucci in collaboration with Officina Italiana Design.
  • AQUARIVA BY MARC NEWSON - limited edition of 22 units in September 2010, available worldwide through Gagosian Gallery.
  • April Fool.
  • April Fool - 200 ft / 61 m / US$69,5 mio.
  • ARCADIA 135'
  • Arctic P.
  • Arctic P - 289 ft / 88 m (owned by James Packer).
  • Arrow460–Granturismo.
  • Arrow460-Granturismo - 46 ft / 14 m. "Silver Arrow of the Seas." The luxury motor yacht designed by Mercedes-Benz Style. Price: US$1,7 mio.
  • Asean Lady.
  • Asean Lady - 289 ft / 88 m (owned by Brian Chang & Vincent Tan).
  • Athena.
  • ATHENA - 295 ft / 90 m / US$100 mio. (owned by the James H. Clark). World's largest three masted schooner.
  • Atlantis II.
  • Atlantis II - 380 ft / 116 m (owned by the Niarchos family).
  • Attessa IV.
  • Attessa IV - 328 ft / 100 m (owned by Dennis Washington).
  • Aviva.
  • Aviva - 223 ft / 68 m (owned by the Joe Lewis).
  • Azimut Yachts’ Trideck superyacht. Azimut Yachts’ Trideck superyacht.
  • Azimut’s New 125-Foot Trideck Flagship Brings the Outdoors in With 4 Terraces - "Azimut’s Grande Trideck is not only the Italian builder’s new flagship, but it represents a new way of moving between the interior and exterior spaces. The 125-footer was a collaboration between Azimut’s internal team and an all-star cast of outside designers: Alberto Mancini created the exterior, residential designer Achille Salvagni fashioned the interior and Pierluigi Ausonio did the naval architecture for the hull."
  • M/Y Azzam - world's largest yacht: 590 ft / 180 m / £400 mio. Launched on April, 5, 2013.
  • Azzam - the world's largest yacht: 590 ft / 180 m / £400 mio. Launched on 5 April 2013. At 180 m (590 ft) in length she is the largest private yacht in the world. She has a beam of 20.8 m (68'4") and an unusually shallow draught of 4.3 m (14'1"). Exterior design by Nauta Yachts and interior design by Christophe Leoni. The yacht has a main saloon with a length of 29 m and a beam of 18 m with an open plan and no pillars. She will travel in excess of 30 knots, powered by a combination of two gas turbines and two diesel engines with a total power output of 70 MW (94,000 hp) through four pump-jets, 2 with non moveable round water outlets in the middle of the stern and 2 with thrust vectoring capabilities using moveable duct water outlets positioned on either side of the non moveable ones. Azzam was built for Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan, the president of the United Arab Emirates and emir of Abu Dhabi.
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  • BANNENBERG & ROWELL DESIGN - award winning yacht design.
  • Big Fish.
  • BIG FISH - 147 ft / 45 m. Built ruggedly to ocean-going specifications, the full-displacement steel hull, aluminum superstructure vessel is capable of a 10,000-mile range and three full months of independent cruising. For charter from: US$$245,000.
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  • C2.
  • C2 - 257 ft / 78 m.
  • C-EXPLORER 5 - tour submersible (5 persons 50M-1000M): €966,000.
  • Cakewalk.
  • CAKEWALK - 281 ft / 85.6 m / 2,950 tons. Built in 2010. The largest yacht built in the U.S. since the 1930s, and possibly the biggest ever built in the States when measured by volume. Listed for sale via Burgess at US$215 million.
  • Carat 187.
  • Carat 187 - "Transitioning across the luxury transport sector after considerable work in the aviation field like the IXION windowless jet, technicon has conceptualized the ‘carat 187’, a dramatic 187-foot superyacht. the design once again offers luxury in mobility yet does so with a focus on the sense of occasion and distinct exclusivity that only boating can offer."
  • Carinthia VII.
  • Carinthia VII - 319 ft / 97 m (owned by Heidi Horten).
  • M/Y Christina O.
  • M/Y CHRISTINA O - 325 ft / 99 m (Aristotle Onassis would be proud of his totally rebuilt superyacht now for charter).
  • Constellation.
  • Constellation - 289 ft / 88 m.
  • Cosmos - 317 ft / 97 m.
  • Creole.
  • Creole - 214 ft / 63 m. Classic luxury triple masted schooner created at Camper & Nicholsons in 1927. Creole is the largest wood sailing yacht in the world, currently owned by the Gucci family. The yacht's interior has been designed by Toto Russo and has exterior styling by Charles E. Nicholson. Creole offers accommodation for up to 10 guests. She is also capable of carrying up to 16 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
  • Cutty Sark.
  • Cutty Sark - 263 ft / 80 m. Built, from plates originally destined for an S class destroyer, by Yarrow and Co Ltd of Scotstoun for Major Henry Keswick (1870–1928) of Jardine’s. She was launched on 18 March 1920. In 1926 the Duke of Westminster acquired the Cutty Sark, cruising her from North Norway to the Red Sea. Up to the Second World War, she became a familiar sight at Cowes, Biarritz, the Mediterranean and the west coast of Scotland.
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  • Dancing Hare.
  • Dancing Hare - 180 ft / 55 m (formerly Lady Ghislaine & Lady Mona K) is a luxury motor yacht built by Amels in 1986. Built for Emad Khashoggi and bought by Robert Maxwell on April 23, 1987 for US$19 mio. and after his death on November 5, 1991 sold to an Arabian businessman for US$15 mio. in august 1992, who sold her in 2017.
  • HDMY Dannebrog.
  • HDMY Dannebrog - 257 ft / 78 m (owned by Margrethe II of Denmark).
  • Delma.
  • Delma - 280 ft / 85 m (owned by the Constantine Alexander-Goulandris).
  • Delphine.
  • SS DELPHINE - 258 ft / 79 m / 1,961 tons / €38 mio. America's largest private steam yacht launched on April 2, 1921.
  • Dilbar.
  • Dilbar - 512 ft / 157 m / US$600 mio. (owned by Alisher Usmanov). Dilbar is the world’s biggest yacht measured by volume. (Azzam is longer, but with less volume).
  • Dubai.
  • DUBAI - 525 ft / 160 m / US$350 mio. (owned by the Emir of Dubai).
  • Dubawi.
  • Dubawi - 297 ft / 91 m (owned by the Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum).
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  • M/Y Eclipse: 538 ft. / 164 m. / £300 mio. Owner: Roman Abramovich.
  • M/Y ECLIPSE - world's second-biggest yacht: 538 ft / 164 m / £300 mio. (owned by Roman Abramovich).
  • Ecstasea.
  • ECSTASEA - 282 ft / 86 m / US$129 mio. (owned by Roman Abramovich).
  • El Horria.
  • EL HORRIA - 478 ft / 145 m (owned by Egyptian Navy).
  • Enigma.
  • Enigma - 244 ft / 75 m (owned by the Aidan Barclay).
  • Eos.
  • EOS - 305 ft / 93 m. Three-masted Bermuda rigged schooner owned by Barry Diller.
  • Esquel.
  • Esquel - 345 ft / 105 m. Oceanco has created Esquel in collaboration with Timur Bozca Design, stylist Gina Brennan, Lateral Naval Architects and Engineering, and Pelorus - a leading experiential and yacht expedition travel company.
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  • Garçon.
  • GarÇon - 219 ft / 67 m. Supply tender. Equipped with every explorer style tender or toy available. With a Bell 365 helicopter, five large tenders ranging in size from 14 meters to 10 meters, a 4 man submarine, a complete custom diving cabin, and numerous jet skis, wave runners and sea bobs.
  • GHOST G180H - world's first full hybrid superyacht.
  • Giant I.
  • Giant I - 246 ft / 75 m.
  • GO-FAST BOAT - designed for powerboat racing.
  • Golden Odyssey.
  • Golden Odyssey - 263 ft / 80 m (owned by the Khalid bin Sultan).
  • GREENLINE 33 HYBRID - European Powerboat of the Year 2010.
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  • History Supreme.
  • History Supreme - 100 ft / 30 m. Most expensive yacht ever built: US$4.5 billion / £3 billion. Plated with 100 000 kg of gold and platinum. On the inside we can find a statue made out of a T-Rex’s bone and many other extravagant pieces such as meteorite parts. Also on board is a luxury liquor bottle featuring an 18.5ct diamond, one of the world’s rarest. The project took 3 years to complete and was designed by jeweller Stuart Hughes and makes it the most expensive yacht in the world. Owned by an anonymous Malaysian businessman, assumed to be Robert Kuok.
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  • Ice.
  • Ice - 299 ft / 91 m (owned by Suleyman Kerimov).
  • Indian Empress.
  • Indian Empress - 312 ft / 95 m (owned by Vijay Mallya).
  • Infinitas.
  • Infinitas - 300 ft / 91 m (designed by E. Kevin Schopfer with Sparkman Stephens, Naval Architects for Schöpfer Yachts).
  • Issham Al Baer.
  • Issham Al Baer - 380 ft / 116 m (formerly the original Atlantis built for Stavros Niarchos at Hellenic Shipyards in 1973).
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  • Jubilee.
  • Jubilee - 361 ft / 110 m / US$310 million / Speed: 18.5 Knots. Largest Yacht Ever To Attend Monaco Yacht Show.
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  • Kalizma.
  • Kalizma - 165 ft / 50 m. Built: 1906 | 2007 (Refit). Originally launched as Minona in 1906, she has also carried the name Cortynia and Odysseia. She was also used in both World Wars by the British Navy. She is The luxury yacht most renowned by Richard Burton who bought her for Elizabeth Taylor in 1967. M/y Kalizma is a 165 ft Edwardian motor yacht, which was named ‘Kalizma’ after Richard Burton’s children Kate, Liza and Maria. Kalizma's interior layout sleeps up to 10 guests in 5 rooms, including a master suite, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 10 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. Timeless styling, beautiful furnishings and sumptuous seating feature throughout to create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere. Kalizma is currently available for charter, to find out more about this superyacht please contact your preferred charter broker.
  • Katara.
  • KATARA - 408 ft / 124 m.
  • Kingdom 5KR.
  • KINGDOM 5KR - 282 ft / 86 m / US$100 mio. (owned by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal).
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  • Lady Moura.
  • Lady Moura - 344 ft / 105 m / US$210 mio. (owned by Nasser al-Rashid).
  • Lady Sarya.
  • Lady Sarya - 250 ft / 76 m (owned by Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani).
  • Lauren L.
  • Lauren L - 290 ft / 89 m.
  • Le Grand Bleu.
  • Le Grand Bleu - 370 ft / 113 m (owned by the Eugene Shvidler).
  • Leander G.
  • Leander G - 246 ft / 75 m (owned by the Sir Donald Gosling).
  • Limitless.
  • Limitless - 316 ft / 96 m (owned by Lex Wexner).
  • Lionheart.
  • Lionheart - 302 ft / 92 m / £100 million. (owned by Sir Philip Green).
  • Loaloat Al Behar.
  • Loaloat Al Behar - 344 ft / 105 m (owned by Qaboos bin Said al Said).
  • Lone Ranger.
  • Lone Ranger - 254 ft / 77 m (owned by Peter B. Lewis).
  • Luna.
  • LUNA - 380 ft / 116 m (owned by the Roman Abramovich).
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  • MADIZ - 182 ft / 55 m / €7,800,000.
  • MAGNUM 80 - designed by Pininfarina, this new Magnum model is the fastest high performance luxury yacht in its class in the world.
  • Majesty 175, the World’s Largest Fiberglass Superyacht - "Gulf Craft's new 175-footer claims the world title by just three feet."
  • The Maltese Falcon.
  • MALTESE FALCON - 289 ft / 88 m / US$120 mio. World's most advanced high tech sailing yacht. Owned by Elena Ambrosiadou.
  • MANGUSTA 165 - 165 ft / 50 m / €29,500,000.
  • Mayan Queen IV.
  • Mayan Queen IV - 306 ft / 93 m (owned by Alberto Baillères).
  • Migaloo Private Submersible Yacht.
  • Migaloo Private Submersible Yacht - the first submarine-superyacht hybrid. The ship is 377-feet long, 11-metres wide, and has 6 decks; and can reach a maximum depth of 240m below the surface.
  • MIRABELLA V - 247 ft / 75 m / US$50,000,000. The largest single-masted yacht ever built.
  • Montkaj.
  • Montkaj - 256 ft / 78 m (owned by Muhammad bin Fahd).
  • Moonlight II.
  • Moonlight II - 280 ft / 85 m (owned by Sheikh Sultan Bin Khalifa Al Nahyan).
  • MY YACHT F1 - "Indulge in a lifestyle of extraordinary F1 proportions. Feel the speed, meet celebrities and enjoy top hospitality on a luxury yacht. The ultimate luxury Grand Prix hospitality and VIP party experience for the elite traveler!"
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  • M/S Nadine.
  • M/S Nadine - 167 ft / 51 m (built in 1961 for Coco Chanel. Latest owner Jordan Belfort featured in the The Wolf of Wall Street (2013 film)).
  • Nahlin.
  • Nahlin - 300 ft / 91 m (owned by James Dyson).
  • Necker Belle.
  • NECKER BELLE - Sir Richard Branson's yacht: 32m long, 14m wide, 171 tons, mast height: 38 m, charter rate: US$100,000 weekly.
  • Nero.
  • NERO - 296 ft / 90 m. Inspired by the the Corsair yachts owned by the late J.P. Morgan & J.P. Morgan Jr.: 295 ft /90 m classic motor yacht / US$105 mio. Built at YANTAI RAFFLES SHIPYARD. Charters through Burgess Yachts at a weekly base rate of about US$431,000.
  • Nirvana for sale for €230,000,000.
  • Nirvana - 290 ft / 88.5 m. Launched by Oceanco February 2012. Listed for sale on BoatInternational.com by Edmiston & Company: €230,000,000 (approx. US$312,458,000).
  • Nord.
  • Nord - 466 ft / 142 m / US$500 million / owner: Alexei Mordashov. The hull is built out of steel while the superstructure is made out of aluminium with teak laid decks. Designed by the team at Nuvolari & Lenard and being built to a Moran Yacht & Ship specification, features accommodations for 36 guests in 20 staterooms. Zero speed stabilizers, gym, elevator, swimming pool, movie theatre, tender garage, swimming platform, air conditioning, BBQ, beach club, spa room, sauna, underwater lights, beauty salon. There are also two helicopter landing pad's, one is on the bow of the yacht while the other one is located on the top deck. The one on the top deck can be covered by a hangar that is built into the main mast. The six decked superyacht was launched by Lürssen on July 9, 2020.
  • Northern Star.
  • NORTHERN STAR - 247 ft / 75 m / €115 mio. Designed by Espen Øino with a voluminous interior by British designer Pauline Nunns.
  • NorthWind II.
  • NorthWind II - 150 ft / 46 m. Classic 1960s luxury motor yacht, notable for the historic importance of her design. Built in 1966 at Camper and Nicholsons in Southampton, England. Launched as Chambel IV, she was renamed by her present owner Greek shipping family in 1970. Her interior was decorated by Maison Jansen, the renowned French design firm whose clients included the Kennedy White House, Coco Chanel, the Rockefellers, King Leopold II of Belgium, and the Shah of Iran. Maison Jansen closed in 1989.
  • NVC 85 Y - Rolls-Royce Marine to launch a line of superyachts (279 ft / 85 m) with Paul Madden's Atlantic Yachts. The venture plans to deliver a maximum of 2 US-built and European-designed and engineered megayachts per year expected to cost one-third less and delivered in half the time as comparable European-built megayachts.
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  • Ocean Breeze.
  • Ocean Breeze - 269 ft / 82 m (owned by the Federal government of Iraq).
  • OCEAN EMERALD - Norman Foster designed superyacht. 135 ft / 41 m.
  • Ocean Victory.
  • Ocean Victory - 249 ft / 76 m.
  • Octopus.
  • OCTUPUS - 414 ft / 126 m / US$200 mio. (owned by Microsoft's late co-founder Paul Allen (1953-2018)).
  • O'Mega.
  • O'Mega - 270 ft / 82 m.
  • Opus.
  • Opus - 466 ft / 142 m. Owned by Andrey Melnichenko. 11th largest superyacht in the world. Was built in 2021 by Lürssen.
  • Orsos Islands.
  • ORSOS ISLANDS - "An exciting new Home or Holiday experience." ORSOS Islands stands for an easy going, relaxed and personal holiday experience that combines all the positive aspects of mainland real estate and luxury yachts.
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  • Palladium.
  • Palladium - 312 ft / 95 m (owned by Mikhail Prokhorov).
  • Pegasus V.
  • Pegasus V - 258 ft / 79 m.
  • Pelorus.
  • PELORUS - 377 ft / 115 m / US$160 mio. (owned by Roman Abramovich).
  • PHILIPPE STARCK MOTOR YACHT A
  • Phoenix 2.
  • Phoenix 2 - 297 ft / 90.5 m.
  • PJ WORLD YACHT - 82 meter Ice Class superyacht capable of traversing the most remote regions in the most challenging conditions by Palmer Johnson Boats.
  • Prince Abdulaziz.
  • PRINCE ABDULAZIZ - 482 ft / 147 m (owned by Abdullah of Saudi Arabia).
  • PRINCESS 32M - 105 ft / 32 m / US$11 mio. Built by the LVMH-owned UK-based yacht builder Princess Yachts.
  • Prodigium.
  • Prodigium - "Lazzarini Design reveals 153m superyacht concept."
  • Project Azzam - introducing the world's new largest yacht.
  • PROTEUS - first full-size WAM-V (Wave Adoptive Modular Vessel).
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  • Radiant.
  • Radiant - 361 ft / 110 m.
  • Reverie.
  • Reverie - 230 ft / 70 m (owned by the Phipps family).
  • RFF 135 - by Porsche Design is crafted for the new generation yacht owner.
  • Rising Sun.
  • RISING SUN - 453 ft / 138 m / US$200 mio. (owned jointly by Larry Ellison & David Geffen).
  • RIVA - since 1842. All models.
  • RIVA 86' DOMINO
  • Riva Aquarama.
  • Riva Aquarama - (1962-1996). Praised as the Ferrari of the boat world.
  • Riva Rivamare.
  • Riva Rivamare - "A Riva needs no introduction, this is hull #1 of the stunning new model Riva Rivamare."
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  • Samar.
  • Samar - 252 ft / 77 m (owned by the Kutayba Youssef Ahmad Alghanim).
  • Savannah.
  • Savannah - 273 ft / 83.50 m. "The world’s first hybrid superyacht".
  • Savarona.
  • SAVARONA - 446 ft / 136 m. The largest private, historic yacht in the world.
  • Sea Cloud.
  • Sea Cloud - 359 ft / 110 m. Launched April 25, 1931 as Hussar V (1931–35), owners: Edward Francis Hutton & Marjorie Merriweather Post, Angelita, Patria, Antarna. Originally a private yacht, she was transferred to the Coast Guard and then to the Navy during World War II. Following the war, Sea Cloud was returned to private ownership, serving as a yacht for numerous people, including Dictator of the Dominican Republic Rafael Trujillo. The ship currently sails as a cruise ship based out of Europe.
  • Sea Eagle II.
  • Sea Eagle II - 266 ft / 81 m (owned by the Samuel Yen-Liang Yin).
  • Sedov.
  • SEDOV - world's biggest sailboat. Length: 117.5 m. Launched at Kiel, Germany in 1921 by the Friedrich Krupp Germaniawerft. Four-masted steel barque that for almost 80 years was the largest traditional sailing ship in operation.
  • Serene.
  • SERENE - 440 ft / 134 m / €500 mio. (owned by Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud).
  • Seven Seas.
  • Seven Seas - 280 ft / 85 m (owned by Steven Spielberg).
  • SILVER - 241 ft / 73 m (available for charter for between $200,000 and $500,000 per week plus expenses).
  • Skat.
  • Skat - 233 ft / 71 m (owned by the Charles Simonyi).
  • SOLILOQUY - Callender Design.
  • Somnio. Photo: Winch Design.
  • Somnio - "This Epic 728-Foot Superyacht Will Soon Be the World’s Largest and House 39 Luxury Condos." World's first 'yacht liner' unveiled. Somnio is to be the largest yacht in the world "by both length and volume" when it launches in 2024.
  • Southern Cross.
  • Southern Cross - 425 ft / 130 m. Built by American tycoon Howard Hughes at a cost of US$3 million beginning of the 1930s, then the largest private yacht in the world, and sold to Swedish entrepreneur Axel Wenner-Gren in 1939, one of the wealthiest men in the world during the 1930s.
  • SOULMATES II - 197 ft / 60 m.
  • SOVEREIGN - 100 meter superyacht by Gray Design.
  • Strand Craft.
  • Strand Craft - Strand Craft 122 super yacht comes with supercar and in-boat garage to hold it.
  • Sunrays.
  • Sunrays - 280 ft / 85 m.
  • SUNSEEKER PREDATOR 108 SPECIAL EDITION - Caterham Cars and Sunseeker International, have formed a unique alliance to create the ultimate expression of the millionaire lifestyle. Capable of storing and launching a Caterham Seven sportscar at the stern. Costs from around £7.1 million, plus a road-going Caterham Seven which starts from £12,995.
  • SYCARA IV - 151 ft / 46 m. Styled after the classic yachts of the 1920’s' Golden Age of yachting.
  • Symmetry.
  • Symmetry - 590 ft / 180 m. Made up of six decks, Symmetry has 10,700 sq feet of exterior deck space, a garden and a saltwater pool.
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  • Talitha G.
  • Talitha G - 271 ft / 83 m (owned by the Getty family).
  • Tatoosh.
  • TATOOSH - 303 ft / 92 m / €125 mio. (owned by Paul Allen).
  • Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63: US$3,5 mio.
  • Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 - "Automobili Lamborghini and The Italian Sea Group present the worldwide premiere of ‘Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63’, the Tecnomar fleet’s new motor yacht available in a limited edition in reference to Lamborghini’s 1963 foundation." Performance, driving pleasure, attention to quality and details, emotion: these are the emotive features combined within the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, thanks to innovative engineering solutions and a distinct design unique to shared Italian style and tradition.
  • TERRA WIND RV - luxury amphibious motor coach / yacht: US$850,000-US$1.2 mio.
  • The Floating Seahorse.
  • The Floating Seahorse - essentially a boat, not a villa. Will boast three levels, one underwater, one at sea level and an upper deck.
  • Topaz.
  • Topaz - 482 ft / 147 m / £400 / US$680 mio. Fifth largest superyacht in the world. Owned by Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
  • Tueq.
  • Tueq - 257 ft / 78 m / €55 mio.
  • Turama.
  • Turama - 380 ft / 116 m (owned by the Latsis family).
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  • Ultra 2.
  • Ultra 2 - 95 meter superyacht featuring a safe “core” comprising a contemporary styled suite and “diplomatic-grade secure-meeting environment” equipped with “cutting-edge security and privacy technology”, including its very own safe room.
  • Ulysses explorer superyacht.
  • Ulysses explorer superyacht - 380 ft / 116 m / US$195 million (owned by the Mark Zuckerberg).
  • Luxury residential ocean liner Utopia.
  • UTOPIA - luxury residential ocean liner: US$1.1 billion. Due to be delivered by Samsung Heavy Industries by 2016.
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  • Vajoliroja.
  • VAJOLIROJA - 156 ft / 48 m. Actor Johnny Depp's own 'Pirate of the Caribbean' yacht.
  • Vava II.
  • Vava II - 315 ft / 96 m / £100 mio. (owned by Ernesto Bertarelli).
  • Venus.
  • VENUS - 260 ft / 79 m / £100 mio. Late Steve Job's Philippe Starck designed yacht.
  • Vertigo.
  • VERTIGO - 220 ft / 67 m. 2012 winner - World Superyacht Awards.
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  • WALLY 118 POWER YACHT - sells for US$24.83 mio.
  • White Pearl (2015).
  • White Pearl - largest sailing yacht in world. 468 ft / 144 m / US$400 million. Designed by Philippe Starck. Owner: Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko.
  • WHY | Wally-Hermès Yachts.
  • WHY - is it a yacht or an island? "This is WHY" by WHY | Wally-Hermès Yachts.
  • World is not Enough.
  • World is not Enough - 139 ft / 42 m. Speed: 70 Knots. Helm Deck: Encompasses primary navigation bridge, Captain's cabin, Engineer's cabin, sky lounge with wet bar and entertainment center, and aft deck lounging area with retractable sun awning. Helm area includes Helm seat, two double wide observer seats, fully integrated helm station and electronics, Helm Dinette (seats 4-6). Main Deck: Luxurious owners cabin forward with walk in closets, his and her baths, Jacuzzi Tub, and shower, galley with country kitchen (seats 8) appliances include SubZero and Miele, dining room (seats 10), main saloon, entry foyer, and aft deck entertainment area with built in settees and tables and retractable sun awning.
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  • XSR48 - a supercar on water.
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  • The Streets of Monaco.
  • Yacht Island Design - "Introducing the new concept in luxury yachting: The Yacht Island."
  • Yas.
  • YAS - 463 ft / 141 m.
    Yacht & Boat Racing
  • America's Cup.
  • 2017 Louis Vuitton Challenger’s Trophy - (officially, the Trophy was given to the winner of the 2017 Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Challenger Playoffs) was a sailing competition held to determine the challenger in the 2017 America's Cup.
  • America's Cup - Wikipedia.
  • Around the world sailing record - Wikipedia.
  • LOUIS VUITTON AMERICA'S CUP TROPHY TRUNK - Louis Vuitton Trophies.
  • Louis Vuitton Cup - was a yachting competition connected with the America's Cup. Since 1983 until 2017, the Louis Vuitton Cup was used as the selection series in any year where multiple yachting syndicates are vying for the right to become the challenger for the America's Cup.
  • Louis Vuitton Pacific Series - was a match race regatta in America's Cup Class yachts in Auckland, New Zealand during January and February 2009.
  • Louis Vuitton Trophy - was a series of four match race regattas in International America's Cup Class boats, held between November 2009 and November 2010.
  • Match race - Wikipedia.
  • Monaco Yacht Show: How the super rich are saving the seas - "It may be a magnet for ocean-going excess, but the Monaco Yacht Show is becoming an increasingly precious jewel in the fight to save our seas."
  • race calendar - Performance Yacht Racing.
  • Regatta Yacht Charter - "A regatta yacht charter is the ultimate way to enjoy a sailing yacht, racing against other like-minded enthusiasts in some of the world’s most inspiring destinations."
  • Regattas 2019 - Yacht Club Costa Smeralda.
  • Sailing at the Summer Olympics - Wikipedia.
  • Sailing Events - WorldSailing.
  • Top 10 yachting races in the world - JKMConsultancy.
  • TOP MARQUES SUPERBOATS - May 30 - June 3, 2019. Grimaldi Forum, 10, avenue Princesse Grace, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Since 2003.
  • Top Sailing Yacht Racing Events in the World - CoastalBoating.net.
  • Why Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe has invested $153M in sailing - CNN sport.
  • Yacht racing - Wikipedia.
  • yachts of America’s Cup are faster & weirder than ever - "Thanks to science (and a lot of money)."
    • 36th AMERICA'S CUP - since 1851. Affectionately known as the "Auld Mug", is a trophy awarded to the winner of the America's Cup match races between two sailing yachts. One yacht, known as the defender, represents the yacht club that currently holds the America's Cup and the second yacht, known as the challenger, represents the yacht club that is challenging for the cup. The timing of each match is determined by an agreement between the defender and the challenger. The America's Cup is the oldest international sporting trophy, predating the Modern Olympics by 45 years.
    • Antigua Sailing Week - since 1967. "Where sailing comes first." Yacht regatta held at Nelson's Dockyard, St. Johns, Antigua. It is one of Antigua's most notable events. It is cited as one of the top regattas in the world and attracts an average 150-200 yachts, 1500 participants and 5000 spectators on average annually.
    • Candy Store Cup Superyacht Regatta - hosted and organized by Newport Shipyard and Bannister's Wharf, Newport, RI, U.S.A.
    • COWES WEEK - started in 1826. "At the beginning of August, Cowes plays host to this world famous premier sailing regatta. With over 1000 yachts ranging from high-tech racing boats to classic day boats and with 8,000 people taking part, it's no wonder that Cowes Week is the longest running regular regatta in the world."
    • Fastnet Race - since 1925. Famous biennial offshore yachting race organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club of the United Kingdom. Generally considered one of the classic offshore races, 'Fastnet' is a difficult contest testing both inshore and offshore skills, boat and crew preparation and speed potential. From its inception, the Fastnet Race has proven highly influential in the growth of offshore racing, and remains closely linked to advances in yacht design, sailing technique and safety equipment.
    • Giraglia Rolex Cup 2019 - June 7-15. Mediterranean keelboat regatta, named after the island of Giraglia, which has been held annually since 1953. The regatta consists of a week-long set of races, beginning with inshore races in the St. Tropez Bay followed by the primary event which begins in St. Tropez, France, passes through the Îles d'Hyères near the island of Giraglia, and then finishes off in Genoa, Italy, a total distance of 243 nautical miles (450 km).
    • 12th Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta 2019 - June 3-8. "Cream of yachting gathers in Porto Cervo for the Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta."
    • Newport-Bermuda Race - since 1906. Biennial sailing yacht race from Newport, Rhode Island to the island of Bermuda sailed in even-numbered years. The sailing distance is 635 nautical miles (1175 km) across open ocean and the Gulf Stream.
    • Race To Mackinac - since 1898. The Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac is hosted and managed by the Chicago Yacht Club. The "Mac" (as it is known)was first run in 1898. At 333 miles (289.4 Nautical mile) It is the oldest annual freshwater distance race in the world. The race hosts several hundred competitors each year and over 3000 sailors.
    • SUPER BOAT Grand Prix 2019 - June 21-23. Since 1989. "Boat Racing Of The Rich And Famous."
    • Superyacht Cup Palma 2019 - June 19-22. Since 1996. "The Longest Running Superyacht Regatta in Europe" The Superyacht Cup Palma has the ideal combination of professionally managed yacht racing and a relaxed, informal social programme enjoyed by everyone.
    • Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - since 1945. Annual event hosted by the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, starting in Sydney on Boxing Day and finishing in Hobart, Tasmania. The race distance is approximately 630 nautical miles (1,170 km). The race is run in co-operation with the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, and is widely considered to be one of the most difficult yacht races in the world.
    • The BOAT RACE - first boat race: 10 June, 1829. Annual event since: 15 March 1856. A rowing race in England between the Oxford University Boat Club and the Cambridge University Boat Club, rowed between competing eights each spring on the Thames in London.
    • Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition - "Sailing has a long history in the Olympic Games. The sport made its debut in 1900; with the exception of 1904, it has appeared at every Olympic Games since then. The sport's name was changed from 'Yachting' to 'Sailing' at the Sydney 2000 Games."
    • Velux 5 Oceans Race - since 1982. Round-the-world single-handed yacht race, sailed in stages, managed by Clipper Ventures Plc since 2000.
    • VendÉe Globe - since 1989. Round-the-world single-handed yacht race, sailed non-stop and without assistance. Since 1992 has taken place every four years. As the only single-handed non-stop round-the-world race (in contrast to the VELUX 5 Oceans Race, which is sailed in stages), the race is a serious test of individual endurance, and is regarded by many as the ultimate in ocean racing.
    • VOLVO OCEAN RACE - since 1973. "Around the world." The Formula One of sailing! Yacht race around the world, held every three years.
    • WORLD CRUISING CLUB - global sailing event organisers World Cruising Club (WCC) are best known for the ARC, the world’s largest annual trans-ocean sailing event. The Atlantic Rally for Cruisers, to use its official title, is the originator of the many WCC cruising rallies now taking place around the globe.
    • WORLD MATCH RACING TOUR - "Founded in 2000, the World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) is featuring world class sailors including America’s Cup and Olympic champions, the WMRT brings together the very best match racing sailors in the world, in a global championship series. WMRT is exclusively sanctioned with ‘Special Event Status’ by World Sailing, the sport’s world governing body. The winner of the WMRT each year is crowned official Match Racing World Champion."
    Yacht Interior Designers
  • Hogenelst Super Yacht Interiors.
  • ACHILLE SALVAGNI ARCHITETTI - since 2002. Architecture and design firm, based in Rome, specializing in luxury residential projects and interior yacht design.
  • Adam Lay Studio - since 2003. "Exclusive Superyacht Design." Adam Lay Studio is a design company that excels in the design of custom one-off superyacht interiors that have a special place in the hearts of their enthusiast owners.
  • Alberto Pinto - since 1971. Yacht interior design.
  • ANOUSKA HEMPEL DESIGN - - "Anouska Hempel's vision of a utopian world encompasses luxury design from landscapes, gardens, hotels and residential to retail, yachts and couture." In 2002, she was ranked by Architectural Digest as one of the top 100 interior designers and architects in the world.
  • BANNENBERG & ROWELL DESIGN - since 1957. "Along the way, we've gathered nine World Superyacht Awards ( whose gold and silver Neptune statuettes appear randomly like Antony Gormley figures around our studio ) and a long list of other prizes, from the International Superyacht Society, Robb Report and at least once Prince."
  • BARD DESIGN GROUP - since 1993. Yacht and residential interiors.
  • BILL AMBERG - since 1984. "We offer a bespoke service for interior design using leather, whether it be a private residence, commercial property, aeroplane or yacht. Creating leather walls, furniture and features for an interior or exterior space."
  • CANDY & CANDY - since 1999. "With the golden age of sailing enjoying a renaissance, Candy & Candy's attention to detail has been utilised to create luxurious accomodation onboard, culminating in the ultimate yachting experience."
  • Claudette Bonville Associates - since 1987. "Contemporary, Transitional. Traditional." From modern minimalist to classic reinterpreted, we provide expertise in every style. Full service interior design firm serving the yachting industry.
  • Christophe Leoni - French interior designer responsible for the sophisticated and luxurious interior in Empire style of the newly launched (April 5, 2013) world's largest yacht M/Y Azzam.
  • CLAYDON REEVES - since 2010. Yacht exteriors, conversions & interiors.
  • CITTOLIN POLLI - since 1997. Naval architecture ∓ interior decorating.
  • Cristiano Gatto Design - since 2001. "We penned the interiors of tens of both production and custom yachts built by major Italian, Dutch, Spanish shipyards and developed one-of-a-kind projects working independently with Clients on private commissions all over the world."
  • DALTON DESIGNS - since 1985. "Dalton Designs has, for years, provided attentive interior design services for yacht and residential clients nationally and internationally."
  • DEUTSCHE WERKSTÄTTEN (German Workshops) - since 1998. The company's core areas of expertise are the interior furnishings of private holdings such as mansions, exclusive apartments and superyachts.
  • DESIGN STUDIO SPADOLINI - since 1978. ward-winning exterior and interior yacht design studio.
  • DONALD STARKEY DESIGNS - since 1989. Donald Starkey's recognised expertise is in the planning, styling and interior design of large motor yachts.
  • Espen Øino International - since 1994. One of the leading designers of large superyachts working today. Interior designer, yacht designer, naval architecht. Marina Yacht Club de Monaco, Quai Lucciana, 98000 Monaco.
  • Evan K. Marshall - since 1993. "Turning Your Dreams Into Reality." Yacht interiors since 1993.
  • Harrison Eidsgaard - International yacht designers and architects. "Founded in 2005 Harrison Eidsgaard has quickly risen to become one of the most sought after names in the superyacht design industry."
  • heesen yachts - since 1978. "Heesen Yachts has been responsible for many award-winning interiors. From main saloons to master suites, we have answered the most demanding requests with interiors that have been custom built to the highest standards."
  • JEAN-PHILIPPE NUEL - since 2003. Yacht interiors, architecture and interior design.
  • JONATHAN QUINN BARNETT | JQB - "Providing award winning exterior and interior design development and yacht decor services for motor yachts, sailing yachts, and residential architectural projects since 1995."
  • KEN FREIVOKH DESIGN - since 1972. "Superyacht stylists architects and interior designers."
  • LINLEY - since 1985. "LINLEY have been commissioned to create stunning interiors for the world's most luxurious yachts and private jets, combining bespoke furniture pieces and the talents of our in-house interior design team."
  • LM PAGANO DESIGN - since 2004. "Interior designer with an intuitive and non-derivative approach to interiors." Has decorated numerous homes for Nicolas Cage and Johnny Depp's yacht VaJoLiRoJa.
  • March & White - since 2010. "Elegance with an Edge." Intelligent, modern, luxury design at the highest level. We have designed some of the World’s most exclusive super-yachts, private residences and iconic residential developments.
  • METRICA - since 1996. "Your way to perfection." Metrica is one of the world’s leading providers of interiors for luxury yachts and is known for its unparalleled service, efficiency and exemplary design prowess.
  • MICHELA REVERBERI INTERIOR - since 2005. High profile architect studio engaged in yacthing and residential interior design.
  • MICHAEL LEACH DESIGN - since 1997. Yacht interiors. Award-winning 96m Palladium, 67m Solemar (now Calypso) and 67m Anna (now Anna I) are all projects penned by British design studio Michael Leach Design.
  • NUVOLARI-LENARD - since 1990. The Leading Italian Yacht Design Studio. Italian superyacht and megayacht (exterior & interior) designers.
  • NYMPHENBURG - founded in 1747. Yacht furnishings. "Anyone who orders a modern luxury yacht like the Catwalk, the Cloud 9, or the Rosehearty, will want suitable interior to go with the stately mast and hull length of the boat. There’s plenty of space, so owners value the comfort of tailor-made places to retreat to both on and below deck above all else. Individuality is in demand. You cannot go wrong with Nymphenburg porcelain here. Since luxury shipping began, the Nymphenburg Manufactory has been one of the top providers of exclusive interior furnishings."
  • OMEGA ARCHITECTS - since 1995. "We design not only the exterior of buildings and yachts, but also their interiors. Because we believe that a strong unity of exterior and interior creates the distinction between merely functional design and high quality design that is both functional and aesthetic."
  • REBECCA BRADLEY INTERIOR DESIGN
  • REDMAN WHITELEY DIXON | RWD - since 1993. "We create gracious living spaces in which every last detail is carefully planned to perform in balanced harmony within the yacht."
  • RÉMI TESSIER - since 1988. Yacht and residential interiors. Though self-taught, since opening his studio in 1988 he has won several prestigious international awards and worked on a number of iconic yachts, notably Squall, Parsifal II, Nahlin, Vava II, Air and Grace E.
  • ReQuest - since 1998. "Serious Play." Whether your brand of oceanic adventure calls for stirring orchestration or a pulsing bassline, life at sea deserves a suitable soundtrack. With a ReQuest system, your entire music and movie collection can follow you around the globe in style, no matter where the currents take you.
  • REYMOND LANGTON DESIGN - since 2001. Highly experienced and professional London based design studio, focusing on the conception, exterior and interior styling, planning, furnishing and project management of the world's finest superyachts.
  • RHOADES YOUNG DESIGN - since 2001. Interior yacht designers for sailing yachts and motor yachts, classic and contemporary, creative yet considered.
  • Robbe & Berking Classics - "Founded in 2008. The shipyard, which specialises in yachts, builds and restores wooden yachts directly at Flensburg city harbour. From small rowing boats to large motor boats or sailing yachts. Classic boats of breathtaking beauty are created here with a love for detail and a great passion for boats."
  • SINNEX - since 1996. "We realise your dreams." The glistening water. The swell of the waves. The endless horizons. Inspired by the beauty of the ocean we transform luxury yachts into floating masterpieces. Low on-board times combined with our expertise, developed over many years, in all of the relevant rules and regulations ensure that you can start enjoying your ocean dream in next to no time.
  • SINOT YACHT DESIGN - since 1998. "With each new project, from 45m super yachts up to 160m+ mega yachts, we consider every design to be a fresh challenge. The latest technology and our international team of over 40 creative and technical professionals, combine to make custom designs for specific clients."
  • sorgiovanni designs - since 1997. "Designer of exclusive yacht interiors and exteriors." With over 30 years’ experience and more than 60 projects, Sorgiovanni Designs have a well regarded reputation for attention to detail.
  • STEFANO RICCI - since 1972. "Luxury interior design for yachts." An unmistakable style, made possible by the Florentine House's craftsmanship according to their design codes: Californian briar-root, Tuscan travertine and crocodile skin.
  • superyachts.com - since 2009. "Find an Interior Designer."
  • TERENCE DISDALE DESIGN - since 1973. "Creators of distinguished yachts & jets."
  • Todhunter Earle Interiors - since 1998. "Projects range from English country houses to well known restaurants, ocean-going yachts, nightclubs, 5 star hotels, ski chalets and beautiful homes worldwide."
  • TRIMLINE INTERIORS - since 1965. Marine, superyacht, office, retail and leisure interior outfitting. At Trimline our purpose is to create world class marine interiors using innovative approaches combined with traditional principles. We are the longest established interior refitter in the industry with over 50 years' experience, earning us the respect of many trusted partners and loyal customers.
  • ULUTAS - since 1975. Yacht interiors. Our company finished more than over 100 project and over 20 of them are mega yachts between 50~70 meters - the 88m Maltese Falcon was one of them.
  • VEDDER - since 1891. "Making the unique come true." "At Vedder, the interior outfitting of luxury yachts is a time-honored tradition. Owing to our vast know-how resources, there is virtually no topic in which we cannot offer specific, proven solutions. Owners, designers and shipyards profit from competence assets ranked best in class worldwide. And from an exclusive, highly personalized service range, as well as overarching advisory expertise throughout the entire cooperative process. We take pride in knowing that our customers prize our professional ethics, loyalty and responsibility in dealing with prestigious high-end projects."
  • WüRZBURGER Interieur Manufaktur - since 2013. "The particular strength of Würzburger Interieur Manufaktur GmbH lies in our ability to combine design, premium quality and technical finesse to create high-end interior fixtures. We distinghish ourselves through the integration of technical components, the enabling of special functions and the expert processing of the most exquisite materials."
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