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6 of the best yachts to seek out at The Superyacht Show
The first edition of The Superyacht Show gets underway in Barcelona’s One Ocean Port Vell next week (May 2-5) and the fleet of yachts on display has now reached the show's maximum capacity of 24. However, with over 350 people already registered to attend, knowing which vessels to head to early is going to be key. We take a closer look at six of the finest examples to seek out…
Delivered in 2016 by Feadship, Joy will be gracing the docks of The Superyacht Show with her sculpted exterior by Bannenberg & Rowell sure to turn heads. Those lucky enough to step on board will be able to discover the secrets of her Studio Indigo interior, including a cinema room that can easily be converted into an on-board disco.
Joy is managed for charter by Burgess, with weekly rates starting at €700,000 per week. Other Burgess yachts on display at The Superyacht Show include Lady S, Tatii, Triple Seven, Deja Too, and Anastasia, which is a joint listing with Fraser.
A classic example of Lürssen build quality that looks as impressive now as when she was launched 11 years ago, Saint Nicolas will play a prominent role in The Superyacht Show 2018. Her exterior styling is courtesy of design supremo Espen Øino, while Francois Zuretti developed her palatial interiors. Accommodation for up to 12 guests split across six cabins, including a main deck owner’s suite and a bridge deck VIP.
Saint Nicolas is offered for sale with Fraser, asking €59,000,000. Other Fraser yachts on display at The Superyacht Show include Latitude, Jaguar, Bacchus, Aphrodite A, Lady Duvera and Okto, which is jointly offered for sale with Merle Wood & Associates.
Launched in 2014 by Benetti as part of the Italian yard's enduringly popular Classic 121 series, Edesia will be going on display at The Superyacht Show 2018. Featuring exterior styling by Stefano Righini, she can accommodate up to ten guests and seven crewmembers, while her twin MTU 12V2000 M72 diesel engines allow for a top speed of 15 knots and a transatlantic cruising range of 3,400 nautical miles at 11 knots.
Edesia is offered for sale with Ocean Independence, asking €12,750,000.
Built in steel and aluminium by Turkish yard Concept Marine to RINA class, Grayzone was delivered in 2012. The interior décor of this 42 metre yacht uses light woods, neutral fabrics and black leather armchairs to create a sociable atmosphere on board.
Grayzone is offered for sale with KK Superyachts, asking €8,950,000.
Another stylish and elegant example of the Benetti Classic 121 series, Vaao will be going on display at The Superyacht Show 2018. Her interior design is the work of renowned stylist Francois Zuretti and offers accommodation for up to ten guests in an extremely spacious master suite, two doubles including a VIP, and two twins. Launched in 2012, she boasts a transatlantic cruising range at 12 knots.
A globetrotting explorer yacht with a range in excess of 5,000 miles, Zulu offers the comforts of home in the most remote corners of the globe. Built by Inace in 2009 and regularly upgraded ever since, she can sleep up to 11 guests and seven crewmembers. Star features include a sundeck Jacuzzi and an expansive superyacht beach club with an extendable swim platform.