Soaring was delivered in 2020 and is at the larger end of the scale for the yachts in her awards category, with an interior of 1,400GT. Built by Abeking & Rasmussen with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the 68 metre superyacht is powered by twin MTU 12V4000 diesel engines for a top speed of 16 knots. She was designed inside and out by Focus Yacht Design and sleeps 12 guests in six cabins. Spread over four decks, amenities include a beach club gym and a large dining area seating 10.
World Superyacht Awards nominees: The yachts for sale or charter
The World Superyacht Awards, the biggest night in superyachting, will take place on September 5 2021 in the heart of Monaco. A line-up of the world's brightest and best new superyachts have been nominated for the awards which will see 12 Neptunes up for grabs including the coveted Motor Yacht of the Year and Sailing Yacht of the Year awards. Here BOAT rounds up the nominated superyachts available for sale or charter.
Blue II was delivered by Turquoise Yachts in 2020 but her retro exterior harks back to the 1960s. Penned by Hoek Design and Vickers Studio, the 55.9 metre superyacht pairs classic-era styling with ultra-modern tech, powered by a cutting-edge, IMO Tier III-compliant propulsion system. Able to accommodate up to 12 guests, she is capable of cruising all regions of the globe thanks to her ice-classed hull and 6,000 nautical mile cruising range.
Blue II is available for charter with Burgess with a weekly charter rate starting from €294,000.
The 95 metre O’Pari was delivered in 2020 as the new flagship of Greek shipyard Golden Yachts and is the eleventh yacht in the builder’s “O” series, which includes sistership O’Ptasia. Designed inside and out by Studio Vafiadis, O’Pari boasts 14 cabins to host up to 12 guests, including two master cabins. Alongside a fully-stocked toybox, O’Pari also features a spa with a massage room, hammam and sauna, a helipad and a sundeck with a DJ booth, Jacuzzi and bar.
O’Pari is available for charter with Atlanta Golden Yachts with a weekly charter rate starting from €1,000,000.
Delivered in 2021 by Sanlorenzo, 61.5 metre Cloud 9 is the newest member of the yard’s 62 Steel series. Her sleek design was penned by Officina Italiana and her interiors, which can accommodate up to 12 guests in seven cabins, were styled by Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini. Her master suite boasts a private deck with jacuzzi while a second pool is located on the main deck. There’s also a beach club complete with a bar, lounge, gym and hammam.
Cloud 9 is available for charter with Burgess with a weekly charter rate starting from €525,000. She is also listed for sale with an asking price of €59,000,000.
Originally delivered in 1980, 37.8 metre Ariadne has undergone several refits with the latest in 2020. The yacht is built in aluminium and has a top speed of 21 knots with power coming from four 12V71TI diesel engines. With a beam of 7.2 metres, accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins, Ariadne was build and designed in-house by American builder Breaux Baycraft.
Feadship’s revamped 56 metre Broadwater completed a major refit at Royal Huisman’s refit facility Huisfit, before being redelivered to the owner in October 2020. Adam Voorhees penned the new exterior and interior stylings, with the refit including a four-metre extension of the hull and an extended beach club on the lower deck. Originally launched in 1994, was acquired by the current owner in 2018.
Broadwater is listed for charter with Worth Avenue Yachts starting at $260,000 per week.
Delivered in 2020, this aptly named Feadship superyacht is defined by a razor-sharp, arrow-shaped steel bow. The 75 metre Arrow was penned inside and out by H2 Yacht Design and can accommodate up to 12 guests and 19 crew. A standout feature is her full-beam beach club, complete with a massage room and steam shower and which also functions as a sea-level lounge with a drinks bar and seating.
Built by Westport and originally delivered in 2003, 34.1 metre Hannah features naval architecture by Jack Sarin and interiors from the boards of Destry Darr Designs. Twin MTU diesel engines provide a top speed of 25 knots and a cruising speed of 20 knots. Constructed in GRP, amenities include accommodation for eight guests in four cabins while the flybridge features a bar, a barbecue grill and a sheltered seating area.
Built by Amels and originally delivered in 2006, 74.5 metre Lady E completed a major refit at Pendennis in 2020, which included a six metre extension and transformed guest areas on board. Built from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Lady E is powered by twin Caterpillar diesel engines for a top speed of 17.5 knots and a range of 5,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Lady E is available for charter from Burgess starting from $595,000 per week.
Delivered in 2010 as one of the six models launched in the Amels 171 series, the 52 metre Lind was constructed in steel and aluminium to a design by Tim Heywood. The interiors meanwhile were penned by Laura Sessa Design and includes accommodation for 11 guests in five cabins, comprising a master suite, three lower deck doubles and a twin. Power comes from two MTU diesel engines for a top speed of 15.5 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 13 knots.
Lind is listed for sale with Burgess asking for €25,000,000 and for charter from €287,000 a week.
Builder Feadship completed the renovation of 42 metre Istros in September 2020, which included an interior transformed into a “family-orientated, sunny Scandinavian style”. Originally delivered in 1954 and built by De Vries Lentsch, the classic superyacht was called Andros until a final name change to Istros in 2018. The yacht's new propulsion system consists of twin C18 engines, a C4.4 diesel generator and a Capstone DC 65 diesel Micro Turbine generator. Accommodation meanwhile is for 10 guests in five staterooms.
Delivered in 2012, Heesen’s 46.7 metre Odyssea spent the pandemic isolating in the Polynesian islands with not a soul around to disturb the guests on board. Built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Odyssea features exterior design by Omega Architects while Bannenburg & Rowell Design penned the interiors. The superyacht accommodates a total of 12 guests in six cabins, consisting of a master suite, two doubles and three twins. Power comes from a pair of MTU diesel engines, which provide a top speed of 15.5 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Odyssea is available to charter with Ocean Independence, starting from $200,000 per week.
EIV was delivered in 2020 by Rossinavi and designed inside and out by Enrico Gobbi’s Team for Design studio. Inspired by automotive design, the first Vector 50 model is defined by a reverse bow, sleek silver paintwork and oversized bulwarks reminiscent of a luxury coupé. The interiors of this 48.8 metre superyacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in a flexible cabin configuration and living spaces can be expanded by three drop-down balconies. Key features on board include a 200 bottle wine cellar, a private owner’s deck, two Jacuzzis and a beach club.
With a massive interior of 5,844GT, the 107.6 metre Luminosity was the second of three 100m+ superyachts launched by Benetti over four months from December 2018 and was delivered in May 2020. Built by Benetti with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the yacht has a top speed of 16 knots plus an impressive range of 8,000 nautical miles at 10 knots. Designed from the inside out, Luminosity is referred to as a “glass palace” with spacious, light-flooded interiors.
Luminosity is jointly listed for sale by Burgess and Fraser, with the price withheld.
Penned by Azure Yacht Design, the bronze-hulled explorer La Datcha is IMO Polar Code certified and has been designed to cruise every corner of the globe. Delivered in 2020 by Damen Yachting, the 77 metre superyacht can accommodate up to 12 guests and 25 crew in her Vasiliy Shprits-styled interiors. Her sporty owner has ensured she has every toy necessary for an adventure charter, from submersibles and snow scooters to helicopters and skiing gear.
La Datcha is available for charter with Imperial Yachts with a weekly charter rate starting from €840,000.
Designed inside and out by Luca Dini, 49.7 metre Lel was delivered by Rossinavi in 2020. Her standout feature is the beach club, which is larger than that seen on any other 50 metre superyacht and can be expanded via three fold-down balconies. Her interiors can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins – including a master suite with a private balcony – as well as nine crew.
Lel is available for charter with Ocean Independence with a weekly charter rate starting from €285,000.
Rebeca is the first hull in Benetti’s innovative new Oasis 40m series, designed by RWD for a younger clientele and delivered in 2020. Despite her more compact size at 40.8 metres, Rebeca can accommodate up to 11 guests and boasts a wealth of amenities including a beach club with fold-out balconies and an infinity pool, a gym and a sundeck with a jacuzzi and al fresco dining.
Rebeca is available for charter with Burgess with a weekly charter rate starting from $196,000.
Galene is the latest hull in the Limited Editions 180 series by Dutch builder Amels. Delivered in 2020 to a design by Tim Heywood, she measures 55 metres LOA. Her art-deco inspired interiors by Laura Sessa can accommodate up to 12 guests in five cabins alongside 13 crew members. Highlights include a well-stocked toybox, a full-beam master suite with a private balcony and a standout sundeck complete with a bar, Jacuzzi, lounge and al fresco dining table.
Delivered in 2020 to a design by Ginton Naval Architects, Sunrise is the flagship of Turkish shipyard Yildiz Gemi. She measures 43.06 metres and can accommodate up to 12 guests in five cabins designed by Hot Lab, including a master suite with a private deck. An elevator will whisk guests from her sky deck, complete with a bar and al fresco dining, down to the beach club with a swimming platform and fully-stocked toybox.
Sunrise is available for charter with Mutlutur Yachting with a weekly charter rate starting from €200,000.
Severin’s was delivered by Baglietto in 2020 and was designed by Francesco Paszkowski with chartering in mind. The 55 metre motor yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in six stylish cabins designed by Margherita Casprini and features ample spaces for entertaining. The main social hub on board Severin’s is the 150 square metre sundeck, complete with a swimming pool, drinks bar, al fresco dining and an outdoor cinema setup. There’s also a beach club with a gym and TV wall.
Severin's is available for charter by Edmiston and Company with a weekly charter rate starting from €295,000.
Measuring in at an impressive 107 metres, Lana has become one of the most expensive charter yachts in the world since her delivery in 2020. The interiors of this Benetti superyacht, which were designed in-house, can accommodate up to 12 guests across eight cabins, looked after by 34 crew. Amenities for charterers to enjoy include a cinema room, helipad, gym, beach club spa, an eight metre swimming pool and a fully-stocked toy box.
The 41.4 metre Rock 13 was first delivered by Baglietto in 2004 but was relaunched in 2020 after emerging from her award-nominated full refit. With her sporty exterior by Tommaso Spadolini finished in a striking coat of jet-black paint, and equally dramatic interiors by Ira Petromanolaki Yacht Design (IPYD), Rock 13 would not look out of place in a James Bond film – plus she has the performance to match, with a top speed of 28 knots. Five staterooms on the lower deck accommodate up to 10 guests and there’s also a cinema, large swimming platform and a flybridge with an al fresco drinks bar and dining area.
Rock 13 is available for charter with Fraser, with a weekly charter rate starting from $175,000.