A total of 60 superyachts are set to attend this year's revamped Monaco Yacht Show, which will take place between September 22-25. Find out which yachts are for sale at 2021 Monaco Yacht Show with our brokerage preview and superyacht buying guide.
Standout superyachts for sale at the Monaco Yacht Show 2021
Named after the soar of an eagle, the 68.2 metre motor yacht Soaring was built in steel and aluminium by German yard Abeking & Rasmussen, designed inside and out by Focus Yacht Design and delivered in March 2020. The sophisticated and elegant 1,500GT interior can sleep up to 12 in six guest cabins, including a master suite on the aft upper deck which features sliding doors opening onto the owner's aft deck. Step on board Soaring in our behind the scenes feature here.
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Hakvoort to a design by Diana Yacht Design, the 48.77 metre motor yacht Mirgab VI was delivered in 2010 and has been always been used privately by the original owner. An Art Deco interior by Sinot Exclusive Design with sapele mahogany wood panelling, honey onyx inserts and Mother of Pearl highlights accommodates 12 guests in seven cabins.
Built in steel and aluminium to a design by Tim Heywood, the 74 metre motor yacht Plvs Vltra was delivered in 2016 as the first Amels Limited Edition 242. She can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins, comprising a master suite on a dedicated owner’s deck, two VIPs on the main deck and three guest cabins on the lower deck. The full-beam master suite has a central bed and access to the foredeck from doors either side of the windows. Step on board Plvs Vltra, the first Limited Edition 242 Amels superyacht.
Built in steel and aluminium by German yard Lurssen and delivered in 2014 to a design by Espen Oeino, the 95 metre motor yacht Kismet has a breathtaking interior by Reymond Langtonfeaturing only the finest of materials including rare woods, fabrics and marbles.