Built in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Benetti to a design by RWD, the 108 metre motor yacht IJE was delivered in 2019. She accommodates 22 guests in 11 suites including a private owner's deck with forward access to walkaround side decks. Twin 3,191hp MTU diesel engines enable a cruising speed of 16 knots topping out at 20 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.
Yachts for sale at the Monaco Yacht Show 2021
As final Monaco Yacht Show preparations get underway across the industry, we take a look at the impressive line-up of yachts for sale on display in Port Hercules and at anchor this year...
Built by Spanish yard Astilleros y Talleres Celaya to a design by Sparkman & Stephens. The 61.3 metre motor yacht Voyager was delivered in 1973. She was purchased in the early 2000s with the purpose of transforming her into the ultimate expedition vessel for charter. Carrying a helicopter with refuelling capability plus a large array of tenders and toys, she was used for extended cruising periods from remote tropical waters to extreme Alaskan winters. Following her sale in 2008, the current owners had the interior completely redesigned in a more modern style, as well as a complete refit in 2020.
Voyager is asking €8,500,000 with Edmiston & Company
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to a design by De Voogt, the 37.9 metre motor yacht Monaco was delivered in 1981 and most recently refitted in 2016. As part of the refit, she had new generators installed, a rebuild of both main engines back to zero hours and a full exterior paint job. A timeless interior by Terence Disdale can accommodate eight guests across four cabins, including an owner’s suite on the main deck, a full-beam VIP suite plus two twin cabins on the lower deck.
Monaco is asking €5,900,000 with Edmiston & Company
The 60 metre motor yacht Paloma was built by Japanese yard Ishikawajima-Harima to an in-house design and delivered in 1965 with only two owners since new. Under her current owner she was given a full rebuild in 2003/2004 along with a comprehensive refit in 2018. She is steeped in history and exploration, having completed the Atlantic crossing an impressive twenty times. Accommodation is for twelve guests in seven cabins.
Paloma is asking €14,250,000 with Camper & Nicholsons International
The 55 metre motor yacht Sea Huntress was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship with exterior styling and interior design by Terence Disdale and delivered in 1997. A recent refit saw her totally overhauled and repainted from top to bottom with extensive areas of new teak decking, a complete refurbish of her interior decor and much more. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five cabins.
Sea Huntress is asking €22,750,000 with Camper & Nicholsons International
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship, the 43.72 metre motor yacht Dojo was launched in 1981 and refitted in 1995 and 2018. Dojo boasts vintage Bannenberg exterior lines with a warm and inviting interior, fully refitted by Howard and Horsfield. She has a flexible accommodation layout for 12 to 14 guests with the owner’s suite located forward on the main deck, a VIP suite on the bridge deck and a further four cabins, arranged as two doubles and two twins (each with additional Pullman berths) on the lower deck.
Mia Elise II
Designed by Geoff Van Aller, the 60.15 metre motor yacht Mia Elise II was built in aluminium by US yard Trinity Yachts to ABS class and MCA compliancy with delivery in 2012. A vibrant interior by Patrick Knowles uses Honduras mahogany joinery and fine fabrics to accommodate up to 14 guests in six cabins. These consist of a full beam master suite with a private panoramic deck, a VIP suite forward of the sky lounge and four doubles.
Mia Elise II is asking $38,000,000 with Fraser
Built in steel and aluminium to Lloyds class by German yard Nobiskrug, the 92.36 metre motor yacht Tatoosh was delivered in 2000 and is recently underwent an 11-month refit completing in March. One of the finest superyachts for sale in her size range, she boasts an elegant Terence Disdale interior. Accommodation for a total of 19 guests consists of the owner’s stateroom plus nine double guest staterooms and one single guest cabin.
Tatoosh is asking €90,000,000 with Fraser and Burgess.
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 by German yard Lürssen to a design by Espen Oeino, the 70.71 metre motor yacht Skat was delivered in 2002 and immediately attracted worldwide attention with her military-style profile, finished in grey. An interior by Marco Zanini accommodates up to 12 guests in seven en suite cabins comprising a master suite, four doubles and two twins.
Skat is asking €49,500,000 with Fraser