Brand new to the market, 106 metre Amadea is the world's largest superyacht for sale. Built in steel and aluminium by German yard Lürssen, Amadea was delivered in 2017 with exterior design by Espen Øino and interiors penned by Francois Zuretti. Spanning six decks, she can accommodate up to 16 guests in eight cabins, with a helipad, spa and multiple cinemas onboard too.
The Top Yachts for Sale at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Oceanco with delivery in 2010 and a refit in 2018, sporting exterior styling by the late Björn Johansson and interior design by Terence Disdale, the 85.5 metre motor yacht Sunrays is a technologically advanced full displacement superyacht distinguished immediately by her unusual teal coloured hull. Accommodation is for 18 guests in nine cabins.
Designed by Sam Sorgiovanni, the mighty 82.3 metre motor yacht Secret was built in steel and aluminium by German yard Abeking & Rasmussen to Lloyds class and delivered in 2013 followed by a full repaint in 2017. Designer Jim Harris developed a flexible interior layout accommodating up to 15 guests in seven cabins comprising a master suite, VIP suite, four doubles and a guest cabin suitable for three children or staff.
Designed by Francesco Paszkowski, the 72 metre motor yacht Solo was built in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Tankoa Yachts to RINA and Lloyds class with delivery in 2018. A luxurious interior by Margherita Casprini that is both modern and masculine accommodates 12 guests in six cabins comprising a master suite with a private terrace, a VIP suite, two doubles and two twins.
The 49.9 metre tri-deck motor yacht, Endeavour 2 features exterior styling by Team For Design and naval architecture by Arrabito. Launched in February 2017 and available for immediate delivery, this all-aluminium displacement yacht has been designed with worldwide cruising in mind. She offers an impressive range of 5,000 nautical miles, with a cruising speed of 12 knots and has an amphibious tender help guests reach remote destinations.
Designed by Omega Architects, the 50 metre motor yacht Ventura was built in aluminium by Dutch yard Heesen to RINA class and delivered in 2013. A minimalist interior by Francesco Paszkowski uses polished ebony for the parquet flooring and whitened oak for the panelling, and she sleeps 12 guests in six cabins, with an additional cabin for the owner’s staff.
With an interior and exterior design by Donald Starkey, and built in aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to Lloyd's class and MCA compliancy, with delivery in 2002, the 50 metre motor yacht Broadwater has been carefully maintained to the highest standards and underwent a full exterior repaint along with interior upgrades in 2013. Her original build specification called for a seaworthy yacht capable of cruising anywhere in the world including the shallow waters of the Bahamas.
All About U 2
The 49.9 metre motorsailer yacht All About U 2 is currently under construction in aluminium at Turkish yard Ada Yacht Works to a design by Ginton Naval Architects, and she is due for delivery in time to be displayed at the Monaco Yacht Show. Following in the footsteps of her sistership All About U, she can accommodate 12 guests across six en suite double cabins and is operated by four crew.
Built in steel and aluminium by Turkish yard Mengi-Yay to a design by VYD, the 44 metre motor yacht Virtus was delivered in 2019. Formerly known as Hull NB96, she features accommodation for up to ten guests split between a master suite and four further cabins. Power comes from a pair of 1,450hp Caterpillar C32 diesel engines for a top speed of 15 knots.
With exterior styling and interior design by Stefano Righini, and built in GRP by Italian yard Overmarine to ABS class, the 50 metre motor yacht Samhan is the second hull in the Mangusta 165 series and was delivered in 2007. Key features in the custom-built interior include five en suite double cabins to accommodate up to ten guests, with the master suite spanning the full 9.2 metre beam of the lower deck.