The Monaco Yacht Show has announced the first 45 superyachts that will take part in this year’s event. As we reported in Monaco Yacht Market Report 2021Last year the Port Hercule quays were filled with 100 superyachts with a total value of 3.6 billion euros.
Here’s the rundown of the 10 biggest superyachts announced so far:Ahpo | Luerssen yachts | 115.1m | 5,257 GT | 2021Photo: Guillaume PlissonThe largest superyacht on display this year will be the 115.1 meter superyacht built by Lürssen Ahpo. Her builder will be presenting her and has announced that she will be the “queen of the show”. Ahpo is eye-catching and its design comes from the Italian studio Nuvolari Lenard. Having recently joined the charter fleet, her interiors were revealed just a few months ago.Photo: Guillaume PlissonThe superyacht has an amazing interior volume of 5,257 GT and can accommodate up to 14 guests. Ahpo features seven well-appointed cabins and numerous onboard amenities. Remarkably, she is the 63rd largest superyacht in the world.Photo: Charl van RooyThe Superyacht Ahpo is currently available for charter from Moran Yacht & Ship.
Read: On board Ahpo: 115m Lürssen superyacht unveiled for the first time Ascending | Abeking & Rasmussen | 68.2m | 1,541 GT | 2020Photo: Abeking & RasmussenOcean Independence & Abeking & Rasmussen has announced the launch of the 68.2 meter superyacht Ascending this year. Soaring has an ultra-slim exterior design conceived by Focus Yacht Design, the studio also managed her interiors. In the meantime it was her builders, Abeking & Rasmussen, who wrote her naval architecture.Photo: Abeking & RasmussenThe superyacht has a long list of amenities and can accommodate up to 12 guests. She can also carry 17 crew members. Thanks to two MTU engines, Soaring cruises at 14 knots and can reach speeds of up to 16.2 knots. Photo: Abeking & RasmussenSoaring is the largest available superyacht the Monaco Yacht Show 2022 has announced to date. She demands 98,000,000 euros.
Read: In Abeking’s soaring 68 meter superyacht Soaringtriumph | benetti | 65.4m | 1,244 GT | 2021Photo: Léandre Loyseau / SuperYacht TimesBenetti will bring his 65.4 meter super yacht triumph this year to Monaco. The Italian shipyard delivered her in the summer of 2021 and edited her naval architecture with the support of PierLuigi Ausonio Naval Architecture. Her interior design was created by Green & Mingarelli while her exterior design was written by Cassetta Yacht Designers. Photo: Breed Mediatriumph has 1,244 GT interior volume and accommodation for 12 guests and 17 crew members. Benetti has equipped her with two MTU engines, with which she can reach speeds of up to 16.5 knots. Cruising at 12 knots, the superyacht has a range of 4,700 nautical miles. Photo: Léandre Loyseau / SuperYacht Times
The Superyacht triumph can be chartered through Royal Yacht International.
Read: On board: The 2021 Benetti 65m motor yacht TriumphRio | CRN | 62m | 1,218 GT | 2022CRN and TWW Yachts will present the brand new superyacht Rio this year. Omega Architects was the studio behind their exterior design and Rio marks the third superyacht that CRN and Omega have partnered directly with.Italian design house Pulina Exclusive Interiors was commissioned to curate their interiors. The studio accommodated up to 12 guests in six cabins. In terms of performance, the superyacht draws her power from two CAT engines giving her a top speed of 15 knots. Read: A first look aboard CRN’s 62m superyacht Riodaisy | Luerssen yachts | 60.97m | 1,444 GT | 2004The 60.97 meter long superyacht by Lürssen daisy (formerly called Avanti) is on the bill for this year’s event thanks to Moran Yacht & Ship. daisy has been well cared for since it was delivered and has had numerous service visits in recent years.Photo: Moran Yacht & ShipWinch Design handled the styling of the superyacht and enlisted the help of Dawn Moffitt for her interiors. While it was their builder Lürssen who wrote it daisy‘s naval architecture. With 1,444 GT interior volume and six cabins, the superyacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in addition to 16 crew members. The Superyacht daisy is currently offered for charter from Moran Yacht & Ship.
Read: In pictures: the 61m superyacht Avanti in AmsterdamLusina | Heesen yachts | 60.4m | 1,064 GT | 2022Photo: Tom van OossanenHeesen Yachts will be showcasing its recently delivered superyacht Lusina. Omega Architects was the studio that wrote her exterior lines, while her interiors were curated by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design. Van Oossanen managed their naval architecture.Photo: Dick HolthuisThis is the first opportunity to see her up close and board to see her interior design. All we know is that she offers over 1,000 GT of interior volume and accommodation for 16 guests. In terms of performance, Heesen equipped her with two MTU engines, allowing her to reach speeds of up to 17.5 knots.Photo: Dick HolthuisRead: The 60m Heesen superyacht Lusine was delivered after sea trialscome together | Amels | 60m | 853GT | 2022Photo: Ladies Yachtingcome together, the first unit in the Amels 60 series, is being built by Damen Yachting and Y.CO. The superyacht was conceived by a highly dynamic triad: Espen Øino International, Winch Design and Damen Yachting who take care of her exterior, interior and naval architecture.Photo: winch design The 60m superyacht was delivered in June and is under the management of Y.CO. come together offers accommodation for 12 guests and 13 crew members. She is powered by twin CAT engines that allow her to reach speeds of up to 15.5 knots. Read: On board: The first superyacht Amels 60 Limited Edition Come TogetherHike on Rose | CRN | 59.8m | 985GT | 2010The superyacht delivered in 2010, Hike on Rose will be presented by the IJT this year. The superyacht is a true Italian pedigree conceived by Zuccon International Project, Studio Laura Sessa and CRN. Hike on Rose passed into her hands in 2018 and her new owner booked her with ICON Yachts for a full refit where she was repainted, received a range of interior appointments and a new bridge installed. The superyacht accommodates 12 guests and 14 crew and has a range of 3,000 nautical miles at a speed of 14 knots. Photo: CRNThe Superyacht Hike on Rose was launched earlier this year and is being offered for $37,000,000.
Read: CRN superyacht Ramble on Rose in San Francisco BayFor ever one | ISA yachts | 54.65m | 1,074 GT | 2014Camper & Nicholsons International will showcase the 54.65 meter superyacht For ever one from ISA. For ever one was delivered in 2014 and has been impeccably maintained over the years with numerous refit and maintenance appointments.The Superyacht For ever oneThe bold exterior design, which makes extensive use of red trim, was the work of Horacio Bozzo Design, while its interior design was written by Massari Design. Axis Group Yacht Design took care of their ship architecture. For ever one offers accommodation for up to eight guests and 13 crew members. The superyacht is powered by twin CAT engines giving her a cruising speed of 14 knots and a top speed of 16 knots. Photo: SuperYacht TimesThe Superyacht For ever one has recently come onto the market and is being offered for €34,950,000.
Read: 55m Superyacht Forever One for saleBorkumriff IV | Royal Huismann | 50.58m | 254GT | 2002Photo: Hoek BrokerageThe largest sailing yacht announced to date is the 50.58 meter Superyacht Borkumriff IV, presented by Camper & Nicholsons International. The superyacht features an exterior design by John G. Alden and naval architecture by Dykstra Naval Architects. Photo: Hoek BrokerageThe Superyacht Borkumriff IV features an interior designed by John Munford Design, which has opted for traditional mahogany and royal blue furnishings throughout. Borkumriff IV accommodates up to six guests and nine crew members. The superyacht is powered by a single MTU engine, giving her a top speed of 14.6 knots. Photo: Hoek BrokerageThe Superyacht Borkumriff IV has just been launched with an asking price of €12,900,000.
Read: 51m Royal Huisman sailing yacht Borkumriff IV for sale