Built by Trinity Yachts and launched in 2010, the 49.91 metre yacht received a full refit in 2015, which saw her hull repainted in royal blue. Her gloss-varnished mahogany interior was designed by Sylvie Charest and features accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins. La Dea II is now listed for sale with IYC for an asking price of $18,500,000.
The standout superyachts attending the Superyacht Show 2019
La Dea II
Delivered by Amels in 2011, the 54.3 metre Spirit is part of the Tim Heywood-designed Limited Edition 177 series. She includes standout features including a spa room, spacious sun deck and Jacuzzi. Spirit accommodates a total of 11 guests in five cabins and is offered for charter through Y.CO for €270,000 a week.
This lean, green and energy efficient machine features a wave-slicing bow and streamlined superstructure. Delivered in 2011, 55 metre Perini Navi Galileo G was the second in the Philippe Briand-designed Vitruvius series of expedition superyachts. Galileo G is currently listed for sale with Burgess for €28,500,000.
Built in steel and aluminium, the 56.5 metre Feadship Hampshire I was delivered in 2001 and refitted in 2016/17. Her interior by RWD features “warm mahogany panelling” with leather and chrome highlights. Deck areas include al fresco dining options on the spa pool deck and large aft deck while accommodation is for a total of 12 guests. Hampshire I is listed for sale with Cecil Wright & Partners for €19,950,000 (VAT paid).
Delivered in 1993 by German yard Lurssen, the 58.5 metre Ronin was designed by Sir Norman Foster, with naval architecture by Gerhard Gilgenast. The yacht was extensively refitted in 2013 and can accommodate 10 guests in five cabins, including a master suite on the bridge deck. Ronin is now listed for sale with Merle Wood & Associates for an asking price of $15,900,000.
Previously known as Positive Carry, the 62 metre Feadship New Hampshire was built in steel and aluminium and delivered in 2005. She was sold most recently in 2016 and has since had nearly €8 million spent on upgrades. New Hampshire is listed for sale with Cecile Wright & Partners for €39,950,000 with VAT paid.
The 68 metre Nobiskrug Triple Seven was first delivered in 2006 and can accommodate 12 guests in five cabins and up to 18 crew members. Other features include a beach club with a steam room and Jacuzzi, open air gym and a range of water toys including Jet Skis and a number of tenders. Triple Seven is currently listed for sale and charter through Burgess.
Delivered just last year, the 72 metre Tankoa superyacht Solo made her international debut at the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show. Styled inside and out by Francesco Paskowski, with interiors designed in collaboration with Margherita Casprini, Solo can accommodate 12 guests and includes a private owner’s deck equipped with its own Jacuzzi, bar and saloon. The crew quarters meanwhile allow of a staff of 18. Solo is offered for charter through Northrop & Johnson.
This 78 metre Abeking & Rasmussen superyacht was delivered in 2008 and designed by Reymond Langton. Since her delivery, Eminence has only been used privately and can accommodate 16 guests in eight cabins and a maximum of 24 staff. Eminence was recently listed for sale with Burgess for €80,000,000.
Instantly recognisable for her triple-masted DynaRig and central sail emblazoned with her striking bird motif, the iconic 88 metre Maltese Falcon sports a Ken Freivokh design, both inside and out. Built by Perini Navi in 2006, Maltese Falcon can accommodate a total of 12 guests and crew of 19. She is offered for charter through IYC for €480,000 a week, plus expenses.