As the countdown to the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show commences, we take a look at the impressive line-up of yachts for sale on display in Port Hercule or at anchor this year...
Tatoosh was commissioned in the 1990s and delivered as the world’s 12th largest private yacht in 2000. While she no longer holds that title, she still remains one of Nobiskrug's most memorable builds. From the 12-metre racing sailing boat she carries on her port side to her bulletproof windows and four-metre heated swimming pool, Tatoosh offers maximum appeal across her five decks. She joins the market fresh from a refit and 20-year survey completed at Kusch Yachts.
Tatoosh is asking €90,000,000 with Fraser and Burgess.Read More/Tatoosh: The secrets of Nobiskrug's 92m superyacht
Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
The Abeking & Rasmussen superyacht B2 has recently joined the market following a four-million-euro refit with an all-new interior courtesy of Winch Design. She is the second largest yacht to be built by the German shipyard and pairs a midnight-blue hull with an ice-white superstructure and a yellow bootstripe. In 2020, she received a seven-metre extension of her hull allowing for a glass-bottom swimming pool that sits laterally across the main deck.
B2 is asking €88,000,000 with Moravia Yachting.
When an owner couldn't find a shipyard to build his vision, he decided to take matters into his own hands. VIctorious is the first fruit of the newly-establish AKYACHT and will be returning to Port Hercule where she made her world debut last year. Onboard highlights include a 200 square metre beach club, a cigar lounge with a wood-burning fireplace, a 12.5-metre custom-built catamaran and a range of 14,000 nautical miles.
Victorious is asking €110,000,000 with Fraser.
Sarafsa offers extraordinary volume with 3,179GT of living space granted by a 15 metre beam. Her sun deck is dedicated to wellness, with a hammam, gym, and Jacuzzi beneath a retractable roof, while below is an owner's apartment, which is one of seven convertible suites found across her five decks. Used only privately with Northern European credentials, she is presented as an excellent refit opportunity by her broker.
Sarafsa is asking €75,000,000 with Burgess.
At 80 metres, Elements is a voluminous yacht offering guests plenty of room to roam with 2,443GT of living space designed by Cristiano Gatto. Her interiors are grand and highly detailed with Grecian-style pillars, etched mirrored glass detailing and fine-cut crystal chandeliers. Other highlights include a beach club with a gold mosaic bar for drinks served at the water’s edge, as well as a wellness centre and accommodation for 24 guests.
Elements is asking €112,000,000 with Camper & Nicholsons.
Builder: Delta Marine
Laurel was delivered in 2006 as the flagship of US shipyard Delta Marine. Her classic lines are the work of Donald Starkey and she stands out from the crowd thanks to her bright blue hull. She can accommodate up to 12 guests and features an elevator that serves all four decks. Elsewhere, there is a fully-equipped gym and a library that converts into a private cinema.
Laurel is asking $69,500,000 with IYC.
Drizzle is a 68.7 metre Feadship that offers Dutch pedigree paired with great British design by studio RWD. Key to her design was an interior that could stand the test of time, which was achieved by keeping it pared down with dark woods, chocolate leathers and white linens. She underwent a refit in 2017 that saw an overall length increase by 1.5 metres and she recently completed her 10-year Lloyds Class survey.
Drizzle is asking €76,000,000 with Hamilton Marine International.
Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
When the owners of Soaring commissioned the 68 metre superyacht from Abeking & Rasmussen, they wanted an exterior that wouldn’t be mistaken for any other yacht on the horizon. The shipyard, in collaboration with Focus Yacht Design, achieved this with a grey and orange exterior, scalloped forward windows and a single sweeping line that runs from bow to stern. Her 1,500GT interior features a dedicated owner's deck housing a master suite that opens onto an aft balcony and a forward library.
Soaring is asking €98,000,000 with Ocean Independence.Read More/Soaring: The 68m Abeking & Rasmussen superyacht with an unmistakable exterior
Builder: Icon Yachts
The Dutch-built vessel left the Icon shipyard in 2010 and is offered for sale for the second time in her history. Her clean lines and 1,295GT of volume are the work of British design studio RWD with interiors by Icon's Studio Linse. She is built on a steel hull, which was extended by five metres in 2014, and features a large main deck pool, three al fresco dining spots and accommodation for 14 guests and a crew of 19.
Icon is asking €45,000,000 (VAT paid) with Fraser.
Oceanco's Luna B started life as Dilbar in 2005. She was built in steel and aluminium with a classic canoe stern and joins the market following an extensive 16-month rebuild completed in 2019. Highlights include a beamy sundeck with a two-tier 19,000-litre pool and a helipad that transforms into a vast sun lounge when not in use.
Luna B is asking €42,500,000 with Large Yacht Corp.
Still under original ownership, the 65.2 metre Callisto joins the market for the first time since her launch in 2006. She was built by Feadship with a custom interior courtesy of the legendary Terence Disdale who had 1,306GT to play with alongside an 11.58-metre beam. There are two large Hinkley tenders stored in the forward garages with a 5.5-metre Castoldi and a Zodiac 420 Rescue Boat on the foredeck. She is offered for sale fresh from a multi-million euro refit and 15-year class survey at her home yard.
Callisto is asking €46,000,000 with Camper & Nicholsons.
11.11 became an instant hit following her launch in 2015, scooping a number of prestigious accolades including a coveted Neptune at the World Superyacht Awards. She sports a plumb bow and Art Deco-inspired interiors by Candy & Candy with flashes of polished stainless steel, bespoke chandeliers and Italian marble. 11.11 is offered for sale fresh from a multi-million euro refit and five-year survey completed in 2022.
11.11 is asking €49,900,000 with Y.CO and Burgess.
Marguerite joins the market having received a full interior refit following a change in ownership at the end of 2021. Accommodation is for 12 guests in six large cabins consisting of a two-deck owner's apartment with an observation lounge, access to a private foredeck and a floating staircase that leads to an upper deck study. A large sun deck/helicopter deck has a ten-person Jacuzzi and the superstructure here has been significantly reinforced to permit the landing and take-off of a Bell Jet Ranger helicopter.
Marguerite is asking $48,000,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship.
Rock.It was commissioned by an American client and marked another successful collaboration between Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design and Feadship following work on Musashi and Fountainhead. A refit was completed in 2020 which saw the vessel receive new upholstery inside and out, a new owner's office and a number of system upgrades. An Art Deco interior sleeps up to 12 guests with a crew of 12.
Rock.It is asking $55,000,000 with Burgess.
While it won't be Sarastar's first appearance at the Monaco Yacht Show, this year she is presented in top condition thanks to a four-million-euro refit and five-year class survey completed in 2022. She has one of the most distinctive interiors on the water with backlit backlit pear-green marble and white onyx, crushed velvet ceilings and high-gloss floors. Each of her six cabins is styled with its own colour palette, including a midnight-blue master suite adorned in semi-precious stones and custom silks.
Sarastar is asking €42,000,000 with Burgess.
Mia Elise II
Builder: Trinity Yachts
Mia Elise II is a fine example of American boatbuilding and was commissioned by an experienced yachtsman. An elegant interior by Patrick Knowles pairs mahogany and madrone panelling with cherry burl inlays, while teak parquet and white marble flooring feature throughout. Highlights include a wine bar at the heart of the yacht, with a custom wine cellar, and an owner's deck with private access to the sun deck. She joins the market following a 2022 refit.
Mia Elise II is asking $38,000,000 with Fraser.
Come Together is the first fruit of a new collaboration between the Amels shipyard and designer Espen Øino. She was delivered last year as an Amels 60 Limited Editions and features a geometric exterior profile finished in bronze with a custom interior by Winch Design. Highlights include a 27 square metre sun deck and a crew of 14 that includes a personal trainer, yoga instructor, videographer and DJ. The yacht will be making her debut at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Come Together is asking €69,500,000 with Y.CO and is currently available for charter.
Sea Pearl was built by Oceanco for the shipyard's owner in 2004 and delivered as Pegasus. Since then she has been the recipient of several multi-million-euro refits with the current owner having spent in excess of $20 million on maintenance and refit work. She features a 1,184GT interior designed by Andrew Winch and can sleep 14 guests and 18 crew.
Sea Pearl is asking €37,500,000 (VAT paid) with Superyacht Partners.
IDyllic joins the market following a nine-month refit in Greece that saw her traditional interiors transformed into a more contemporary setting where guests can dine, entertain and socialise. She was first delivered in 2008 by Benetti with design by Stefano Natucci and Studio Massari. Highlights include a split-level master suite with a forward observation lounge and an upper saloon with an ornate cocktail bar, games table and a large flatscreen TV opposite an L-shaped sofa.
IDyllic is asking €31,000,000 with IYC.
Helios was delivered in 2001 by Dutch shipyard Oceanco and is offered for sale in prime condition following an 18-month refit at La Ciotat. The yacht underwent a complete exterior restoration, with teak decking replaced and restored and an exterior repaint from top to bottom. The interior too was reimagined with lighter woods, tan upholstery and new soft furnishings throughout. Last but not least, her 30.48 metre sundeck was remodelled and is now complete with an oversized Jacuzzi, bar and sunpads.
Helios is asking €37,000,000 with Edmiston.
Builder: Royal Huisman
Designed by Dubois Naval Architects, Twizzle was launched in 2010 as the Royal Huisman's first flybridge sailing yacht. With one of the most advanced sailing rigs ever created, she carries 1,780 square metres of sail with two custom carbon fibre masts and rollaway carbon booms (both main and mizzen sails can be hoisted simultaneously in under two minutes). A raised pilothouse design allows for two saloons: one that serves as the main lounge and another that functions as an observation lounge or formal dining space forward. Beneath the waterline, she features a swing daggerboard that increases the 3.8 metre draft to 11 metres.
Twizzle is asking €39,900,000 with Edmiston.
Amara started life at Feadship in 1986 and has been the subject of several major refits since including a $20 million transformation beginning in 2016. Refit work was extended by a further $4 million refit just last year to include an enlarged helipad that can accommodate a twin-engine helicopter, new teak decking, an engine overhaul and her Lloyd's 35-year class survey. She also had the bulwarks on the sun deck removed to create an open-plan layout from the helipad, through to a sit-up bar and a 12-person Jacuzzi.
Amara is asking €20,995,000 with Y.CO.
An award-winning two-year refit saw this 1994 Feadship transformed into a bright and modern superyacht primed for the charter market - and now she is listed for sale. A four-metre stern extension, a new radar arch and carbon hardtop, and a new sundeck arrangement were at the core of the refit, as well as an all-new interior courtesy of Adam Voorhees. Her revamped living spaces make use of brushed rift European oak, open grain black walnut and textured stone, with loose furniture and Scandinavian influences.
Broadwater is asking €29,500,000 with Worth Avenue Yachts.
Papa is the youngest pre-owned Amels currently listed for sale and is presented fresh from a two-month revamp at her home shipyard. She was delivered in 2019 as one of Amels' popular 180 Limited Editions superyachts and has enjoyed great success on the charter market since her launch. Papa's crowning glory is a split-level sun deck, offering guests open-air dining with a Teppanyaki grill, eight-person Jacuzzi and a flip-down television concealed in the hardtop. A touch-and-go helipad forward doubles as a sun-soaking spot when not in use with movable loungers and sun pads.
Papa is asking €46,000,000 with Burgess.
Kamalaya is one of the most highly specified yachts in the Amels 180 Limited Editions series. A flexible five-cabin layout accommodates 10 guests, with a full-beam owner’s cabin that comes complete with its own office and large en suite with double sinks and a sea view bathtub.
Kamalaya is asking €34,500,000 with Torrance Yachts.
The newly-delivered Ciao will be making her world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show this year and is offered for sale fresh from the shipyard. The design brief for Ciao came from a knowledgeable owner who requested alfresco living spaces and well-appointed social areas. She was built by CRN with a chiselled design by Omega Architects, a 3,500 nautical mile range at 10 knots and an interior by Studio Massari.
Ciao is asking €34,800,000 with Ocean Independence.Read More/The most exciting new yachts at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022