The 70 metre superyacht Joy was launched in May 2016, packed with innovative exterior features, and at the time Feadship explained how the chamfered superstructure was designed by Bannenberg & Rowell to help channel light into the interiors. This stunning sunset shot proves the point brilliantly, with the warm glow of the horizon passing through the floor-to-ceiling windows.
After dark is when many superyachts show off their spectacular exterior lighting schemes. However in this stunning photo, 66 metre Vitters sailing yacht Ahimsa (ex-Aglaia) can be seen using her subtle deck lighting to mimic the last fading rays of a glorious sunset at sea.
Sunset fill our social media feeds, but stick a superyacht in front of that red-orange glow and all sins of cliche are forgiven. This photo of 58.8 metre Seawolf is case in point. The ocean-going yacht is equally at home in the Med or the Southern Ocean.
Want to make a new superyacht look all the more striking? Photograph the yacht at sunset. The new fantastically light-filled Sanlorenzo yacht O took advantage of this lushly hued time of day when getting ready for her close up.
Like a hero in an old Western movie, superyacht Grace E rides off into the sunset. This superyacht sunset photo captures the essence of the serene Grace E: the superyacht with the ultimate sun-deck spa.
There are few ways to make a beautiful classic yacht more beautiful, but we might have found one – photograph the yacht at sunset. The Camper & Nicholsons-built Grace, launched in 1928, looks beyond gorgeous in the fading light and is one of the best superyacht sunset pics we've seen.
Who says that superyacht tenders can't get in on the sunset yacht photo fun? The tender might be just the craft you use to get out on the water and be ferried to a private beach or a rustic restaurant but they can still be stunning, as proven by this sunset running picture of the Iguana 29 Exclusive - one of the fastest superyacht tenders around.