Discover the 10 biggest yachts in the world, including the soon to be auctioned Y910, the 106 metre Lürssen Amadea and Benetti's 108 metre IJE.
Set to be auctioned in November 2021, the 120 metre in-build superyacht conversion known as Y910 is currently the largest yacht listed for sale in the world. Asking €25,000,000 but with no reserve price at auction, the former passenger ship is lying at the Fincantieri shipyard in Trieste, Italy. The hull and superstructure are nearly complete while the interior is awaiting the instruction of a new owner. With an interior volume of 6,000GT spread across eight decks and around 1,360 square metres of exterior deck space, Project Y910 is also one of the world’s biggest superyacht projects currently under construction.
Currently listed for sale with Burgess, Benetti’s 108 metre superyacht IJE is also one of the most expensive yachts listed for sale with an asking price of €175,000,000. Delivered in 2019, IJE accommodates a total of 22 guests in 11 suites, including a private owner’s deck. IJE is packed with unique features, including a vast lower deck gym with a sea terrace and storage for two 12 metre tenders.Read More/IJE: On board the 108m flagship of the Benetti fleet
The 107.6 metre Benetti superyacht Luminosity was delivered in 2020. Now listed for sale with Fraser and Burgess with an asking price of €225,000,000, Luminosity was designed in collaboration with Zaniz Jakubowski, Giorgio M. Cassetta, Reymond Langton Design and Benetti. Key features include accommodation for 27 guests and 800 square metres of exterior glass.Read More/Luminosity: On board Benetti's 108m glass palace
The iconic 97 metre Lürssen superyacht Carinthia VII is currently listed for sale with Burgess and was first delivered in 2002. Commissioned by Heidi Horten, the widow of department store owner Helmut Horten, Carinthia VII was the seventh yacht in a line of superyachts named Carinthia VII. Designed by Tim Heywood, the yacht is powered by four 10,060hp MTU diesel engines for a top speed of 25 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles.
The 95.2 metre Lürssen superyacht Kismet, currently listed for sale with Moran Yacht & Ship, was first delivered in 2014 and features exterior design by Espen Øino with interiors by Reymond Langton. Accommodation is for a total of 16 guests inside an interior bedecked in rare woods, fabrics and marbles. Key features include a vast saloon, formal dining room and sundeck with a large swimming pool. Carrying a large selection of water toys, including Jet Skis, paddleboards, Seabobs and tenders, Kismet can reach a top speed of 17 knots.
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Currently listed for sale with Fraser and Burgess with an asking price of €90,000,000, the 92.38 metre Nobiskrug superyacht Tatoosh was first delivered in 2000. Her Terence Disdale interior features guest accommodation for a total of 19 guests, including the owner’s cabin, which is split across two levels and features a family room, observation lounge, gym and private office. Other amenities include a cinema and a heated swimming pool with contra-flow jets. Tatoosh also carries two helicopters.
TranquilityRead More/Gallery: Inside 92.4 metre superyacht Tatoosh
The 91.5 metre superyacht Tranquility is currently listed for sale with Burgess with an asking price of €149,900,000. Delivered in 2014 by Dutch yard Oceanco, Tranquility features an Asian-inspired interior with materials such as wenge, gold leaf, bamboo and marble. Standout features include a spa suite, complete with a sauna, hammam, showers and a massage and beauty room. Power comes from two 4,828.hp MTU 20V4000M73 diesel engines for a top speed of 19.5 knots.Read More/Gallery: Inside the 91.5m Oceanco superyacht Tranquility
Delivered in 2018 as the largest yacht built in Asia, the 88.5 metre superyacht Illusion Plus is jointly listed with Fraser and Burgess. Built by Pride Mega Yachts, Illusion Plus features a spacious interior designed by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design with features including a spa with a sauna, steam room and massage room. Elsewhere, the lower deck ocean lounge with a bar. Outside, Illusion Plus boasts two Jacuzzi tubs and a touch-and-go helipad.
First delivered in 1963 as a commercial vessel, the 86 metre Chakra was converted into a superyacht in 1998. Accommodation is for a total of 42 guests in 21 cabins while the crew quarters allow for 43 staff. Split across five decks, Chakra features a 12.5 metre beam, resulting in a 2,083GT interior. Exterior spaces include a dedicated yoga area and a spa pool on the bridge deck. Listed with an asking price of €34,000,000, Chakra has a range of 10,000 nautical miles and a top speed of 15 knots.
Jointly listed with Burgess and Fraser, the 85.6 metre Abeking & Rasmussen superyacht C2 was first delivered in 2009. Meticulously maintained since then, C2 features a midnight-blue hull and exterior lines penned by Reymond Langton Design. Accommodation meanwhile is for a total of 31 guests across 15 cabins, with further accommodation for a crew of 27. C2 has a range of 5,590 nautical miles and is listed with an asking price of €90,000,000.Read More/For Sale: Inside 85.6 metre Abeking & Rasmussen Superyacht C2