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The top 24 yachts for sale at the Monaco Yacht Show 2017
Each September since 1990, the world's finest yachts have converged on Port Hercules for the Monaco Yacht Show and this year will be no different. We round up some of the most notable yachts for sale at this year's show, sorted in ascending price order.
The 37 metre motor yacht Nyota was built by a French yard and will be of special interest at the Monaco Show. Delivered by Couach Yachts in 2008, she was built to Bureau Veritas class with a composite hull and superstructure. Up to eight guests can be accommodated in four cabins, including a master suite, a VIP, one double and one twin cabin, all with en-suites. Nyota, which means star in Swahili, can also host a crew of five.
One of the few sailing catamarans on display at the Monaco show, 34.75 metre Che is offered for sale for sale by Camper & Nicholsons. Built in aluminium by Polish yard Sunreef to an in-house design and Bureau Veritas classed, she was delivered in 2010. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins and twin 455hp Cummins diesel engines, one in each hull, give her a cruising speed of 12 knots.
The 37 metre Shogun will be one of the many notable sailing yachts on display at the Monaco show. Built in aluminium by Dutch yard Holland Jachtbouw as a fast cruising sloop, she was launched in 2006 with naval architecture by Dixon Yacht Design and interiors by John Munford. Her generous accommodation sleeps up to six guests in three cabins located forward, while under power a 550hp Lugger diesel engine gives her a cruising speed of 10 knots.
The 28.2 metre motor yacht Smiling T is one of the smaller yachts on display at the Monaco show. Built in steel and aluminium by Taiwanese yard Jade Yachts, she was delivered in 2012 as a Bandido 90 model. A cool, luxurious interior with teak flooring and panelling accommodates up to nine guests in four cabins while twin 1,100hp MAN diesel engines give her a range of 3,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 10 knots.
The 39.95 metre sailing yacht Rainbow’s intriguing history is bound to generate visitor interest at the Monaco Show. Designed by William Starling Burgess, the original J-class Rainbow won the America’s Cup in 1934. Built by Dutch yard Holland Jachtbouw in aluminium with delivery in 2012, this 39.95m Rainbow replica is based on the original design, with a modern update from Dykstra Naval Architects.
Rainbow is asking €10,500,000 with Yachting Partners International.
The 41.1 metre motor yacht Dragon is a yacht not to be missed at the Monaco show. Designed inside and out by Nuvolari Lenard, she was delivered in 2007 by US yard Palmer Johnson. She accommodates 10 guests in five suites, all located on the lower deck and two 7,300hp MTU engines power her to a top speed of 35 knots.
Dragon is asking $11,500,000 with Camper & Nicholsons.
The 59 metre motor yacht Le Pharaon is definite must-see at the Monaco show. Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to a design by De Voogt Naval Architects, Le Pharaon was delivered in 1989 and has had the same owner ever since. Accommodation is for 12 guests in six cabins consisting of two VIP suites on the main deck while on the lower deck is the full beam master suite, a double and two twins.
Le Pharaon is asking €14,000,000 with Edmiston & Company.
Benefitting from a 2017 refit, the 45.72 metre motor yacht Silver Wave will be on display at the Monaco show. She is an elegant and sporty yacht delivered in 2009 by prestigious American shipyard Palmer Johnson. Refitted in 2014 and 2017 she has just been redelivered with a full new paint job in superb silver grey, a new dining area for up to 12 guests on the sundeck, new audio/visual systems and Curve TV screens, a fully equipped gymnasium and a new air conditioning system.
Silver Wave is asking €14,400,000 with G-Yachts.
IYC are bringing the 44 metre motor yacht Bliss to the Monaco show. Designed by Omega Architects and built in aluminium by Dutch yard Heesen to ABS class and MCA compliant, Bliss was delivered in 2007 and refitted in 2013. An interior colour palette in black, white and silver by Icelandic designer Ingiborg St Palmadottir accommodates 12 guests in five cabins.
Bliss is asking €14.5 million with IYC.
The 52 metre motor yacht Rasselas is yet another Feadship to tempt discerning buyers at the Monaco show. Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to a design by De Voogt, she was delivered in 1994 as a Lloyd's classed yacht and has been constantly upgraded since. An interior by John Munford bears all the hallmarks of his inimitable classic style and sleeps up to 12 guests in five cabins.
Rasselas is asking $17,750,000 with Edmiston & Company.