A flurry of superyachts have recently arrived in the Côte d'Azur ready for the Cannes Film Festival and the Monaco Grand Prix, two iconic superyacht events signalling the start of the Mediterranean season. Find out which ones are turning heads.
Among the newcomers are 92.42 metre Tatoosh, 90 metre Lionheart and 69.65 metre Sherakhan. They were photographed all together on May 13 off Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.
Tatoosh, just back in the Mediterranean after a winter in Caribbean, was also spotted in Port Everglades on March 22. She was delivered in 2000 by Nobiskrug, underwent a refit in 2007 and can sleep up to 20 guests in 10 cabins.
After a winter in Livorno, Lionheart returned to Monaco some weeks ago. Delivered in Benetti in 2006, she has an interior by Green & Mingarelli Design and an exterior by Stefano Natucci.
Sherakhan, has also recently been spotted in Gibraltar and spent the winter season cruising in the Caribbean, making stops in Panama and St Maarten. Delivered in 1966 by Vuyk, she boasts a luxurious spa complete with sauna, gym equipment and Jacuzzi.