From support vessels to disappearing superyachts, here's our round up of the best new concepts announced at this year's Monaco Yacht Show.
British builder Sunseeker used the stage of the Monaco Yacht Show to announce it was entering into metal-built superyachts for the first time in collaboration with Dutch yard Icon Yachts. Set to launch in spring 2021, the 49 metre Sunseeker 161 will be built at Icon Yacht’s Netherlands facility and feature a fast displacement hull design.
However, it will still retain the “unmistakably Sunseeker” naval architecture, design and engineering, the yard promised. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins, however there will be scope to accommodate up to 12 guests depending on the interior layout, the company said.