Built by Bilgin Yachts, Lilium is the second yacht in the series following her sistership Starburst III. Lilium was recently spotted making her way from Istanbul to the South of France where she will attend the Monaco Yacht Show later this month. Two key guest spaces are the main saloon and the sky lounge surrounding a stunning art-like staircase that reflects light from the Jacuzzi located on the sundeck.
Standout new Superyachts at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show
- Length: 106.1m
- Shipyard: Lürssen
- Exterior/ Interior Design: Espen Øino/ Francois Zuretti
Recently listed for sale by Imperial, the 106.1 metre, six decked superyacht is also set to take the mantle as the largest superyacht attending the Monaco Yacht Show this year. Delivered in 2017, Amadea boasts a range of extraordinary features including a fire pit, Moroccan-inspired lounge and a hand-painted Pleyel piano.
- Length: 111m
- Shipyard: Lürssen Yachts
- Exterior/Interior design: Winch Design
One of the biggest launches of this year, Tis has been roaming around the French Riviera on her maiden voyage this summer before she heads to Monaco for her world debut. Spanning six decks, with interiors that rival the Palace of Versailles, Tis can accomodate 18 guests in nine cabins. Star features include a spa and a helipad that doubles as an outdoor cinema or dance floor when not in use.
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The Amels 220, the latest addition to the Limited Editions collection, features elongated decks and a 65 square metre swim platform and beach club, as well as a spa, steam room and a gym. Aurora Borealis is currently listed for sale with Fraser.
This full-carbon custom build continues Baltic’s tradition of building easy-to-use family cruising yachts that can also hold their own on the regatta circuit. The owner’s objective was a fast yacht that retains the comforts of home – while also using sustainable materials.
- Length: 55m
- Shipyard: Heesen Yachts
- Exterior/Interior design: Frank Laupman/Omega Architects; Be Design Associates with Francesco Paszkowski Design
Vida was customised to allow her to act as a mothership to her owner’s sport fishing boats. While she can refuel and recharge two smaller boats, special attention was paid to her interiors too, where durable and ecological materials still express luxury. Vida also has a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system that reduces NOx emissions.
- Length: 63m
- Shipyard: Benetti
- Exterior/Interior design: Giorgio Cassetta; Bannenberg & Rowell with Birgit Otte
Benetti began this build on spec, but when the owner stepped in, he found that practically everything was just as he wanted. Except for the gym: that, he had added to the sundeck. Bannenberg & Rowell freed themselves from the “tyranny of alignment” in the interiors, creating asymmetrical layouts that open unexpected vistas through the yacht.
- Length: 55m
- Shipyard: Baglietto
- Exterior/Interior design: Francesco Paszkowski Design; Margherita Casprini
Paszkowski and Baglietto are a dependable duo. Their latest 55m collaboration uses Baglietto’s traditional T-Line platform and retains familiar and recognisable design elements, such as lowered gunwales and accentuated side air vents. The tried and true exterior encases a custom interior that includes six cabins, a large beach club and a 150 square metre sundeck.
- Length: 49.9m
- Shipyard: Tankoa Yachts
- Exterior/Interior design: Francesco Paszkowski Design; Francesco Paszkowski Design with Margherita Casprini
The second hull in Tankoa’s S501 series has a hybrid propulsion system that combines the thrust of two diesel engines with an E-Motion electric motor for four different modes of propulsion. Away from the technical heart of the boat, quietly luxurious interiors showcase the best of Italian contemporary design.