The top 24 yachts for sale at the Monaco Yacht Show 2017

Princess Too

Asking €15,950,000 with Edmiston & Company

The 47.55 metre motor yacht Princess Too is one of an armada of Feadships on display at the Monaco show. Built in steel and aluminium by Feadship's Royal Van Lent yard she was delivered in 1999 and in 2010 she underwent a complete interior refurbishment which refreshed the whole yacht. Accommodation on this yacht for sale is for 12 guests in six cabins consisting of a full-beam main deck master suite, VIP suite and four twin cabins.

Princess Too is asking €15,950,000 with Edmiston & Company.

Scout

Asking $19,950,000 with Fraser

Among the Fraser yachts to be exhibited at the Monaco show is the 45.01 metre motor yacht Scout. Delivered in 2012 by RMK Marine, she was built to a Ron Holland Design and is Lloyd's and MCA classed with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure. Up to 12 guests can be accommodated in five en-suite cabins, which includes a master cabin on the bridge deck, two king size cabins below and two twin cabins.

Scout is asking $19,950,000 with Fraser.

Mon Plaisir

Asking €18,500,000 with SuperYachtsMonaco

The 47 metre motor Mon Plaisir will be a highlight of the yachts on display at the Quai des Etats Unis during the Monaco Yacht Show. Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch superyacht yard Heesen to a design by Omega Architects, Mon Plaisir was delivered in 2008 as one of the yard's 4700 series. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a main deck master suite, while below lie two VIP staterooms, a double and a twin, convertible to a further double.

Mon Plaisir is asking €18,500,000 with SuperYachtsMonaco.

Bella Vita

Asking $24,900,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship

Part of Feadship’s hugely successful F45 Vantage collection, Bella Vita is offered for sale at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show. Launched in 2008 with a major refit in 2014, she accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms styled by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design. Twin 1,055hp MTU diesel engines allow for comfortable cruising at 12 knots, topping out at 15 knots.

Bella Vita is asking $24,900,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship.

Minderella

Asking $29,995,000 with Merle Wood & Associates

The 57.3 metre motor yacht Minderella will be on display at the Monaco show with Merle Wood & Associates. Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship, she was with delivered in 1986 with refits in 2003 and 2016. The 2016 refit saw her receive new paint, entertainment systems, audio/visual equipment and soft furnishings. She went on to become a finalist at the 2017 World Superyacht Awards in the Best Refit category.

Minderella is asking $29,995,000 with Merle Wood & Associates.

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AMARA

Feadship   57.3 m •   1986

Madsummer

Asking $32,500,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship

A refined long-range cruiser, Madsummer is sure to turns heads at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show. Launched by Feadship in 2005 and refitted in 2015, this steel-hulled displacement yacht can cruise for up to 4,800 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 12.5 knots thanks to a massive fuel reserve of almost 100,000 litres. Five spacious staterooms styled by Laura Sessa can accommodate up to ten guests in the utmost comfort, while the large crew quarters allow for a staff of up to 14 people.

Madsummer is asking $32,500,000 with Moran Yacht & Ship.

Step One

Asking €28,900,000 with Y.CO

Monaco Yacht Show visitors keen to see the craftsmanship demonstrated by the Dutch yard Amels should take a look at their 55 metre motor yacht Step One. With naval architecture by Tim Heywood, she was built in steel and aluminium and delivered in 2012 as the yard's first Limited Editions 180 yacht. Accommodation is for up to 11 guests in five cabins including a master suite on the main deck.

Step One is asking €28,900,000 with Y.CO.

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STEP ONE

Amels   55 m •   2012

Vicky

Asking €29,900,000 with Ocean Independence

The 59.4 metre motor yacht Vicky is the largest yacht built by Italian yard Baglietto to date and is on display at the Monaco show. Lloyd's classed and MCA compliant, with delivery in 2009, her interior in light woods with onyx touches by Savaya and Moroni accommodates 10 guests in five cabins. Twin 3,700hp MTU diesel engines give her a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 13 knots and she is fitted with zero-speed stabilisers.

Vicky is asking €29,900,000 with Ocean Independence.

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VICKY

Baglietto   59.4 m •   2008

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VICKY

Baglietto   59.4 m •   10 guests • Price from €230,000 p/w

Oasis

Asking $38,000,000 with Y.CO

At 59.4 metres, the impressive motor yacht Oasis is sure to attract attention at the Monaco show. Designed by Glade Johnson, Oasis was built in steel and aluminium by German yard Lürssen to Lloyds class and delivered in 2006 with a major refit in 2012. A popular charter yacht, she accommodates 12 guests in six cabins while twin 1,950hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a range of 5,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 13 knots.

Oasis is asking $38 million with Y.CO.

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OASIS

Lurssen   59.4 m •   2006

Quite Essential

Asking €33,000,000 with G-Yachts and Merle Wood & Associates

The 55 metre motor yacht Quite Essential is new on the market and definitely worth an inspection at the Monaco show. Built in full aluminium by Heesen Yachts to ABS class and MCA compliant Quite Essential (formerly known as Quinta Essentia) was launched in March 2011. The following year, she was a finalist in the 2012 World Superyacht Awards. A stylish interior created by Ken Freivokh and Michela Reverberi accommodates up to 12 guests in six cabins, which includes one twin, three doubles, a VIP and a full-beam master suite complete with private balcony and expansive en-suite.

Quite Essential is asking €33,000,000 with G-Yachts and Merle Wood & Associates

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QUITE ESSENTIAL

Heesen   55 m •   2011

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