Yards launch bigger, better and more standout superyachts every month. We round up the best new launches to help you keep track...
The 99.95 metre Feadship superyacht Moonrise hit the water earlier this month, displaying its "sleek, sensual lines" penned by Studio De Voogt. Other exterior details include a superstructure clad in glass, a helipad on the foredeck and a large beach club aft. The interior by Rémi Tessier Design meanwhile has been described as "instantly welcoming" by the yard.
The first Amels 62.5 metre Limited Editions 206 superyacht has hit the water, marking the yard's first launch this year. Designed by British designer Tim Heywood, the 206 features a light grey hull and white superstructure. The 1,161GT interior meanwhile has been penned by Laura Sessa and accommodates a total of 12 guests in six cabins.
The first 80 metre Bilgin 263 superyacht named Tatiana has hit the water at a private launch ceremony at Bilgin Yachts' West Istanbul Marina. The yacht is now the joint longest superyacht built in Turkey, tying with the 80 metre superyacht Elements, that was built in 2018. Tatiana features exterior design and naval architecture was created by Unique Yacht Design while the interior comes from London-based H2 Yacht Design.
The 72.85 metre Feadship superyacht currently known as Project 705 hit the water earlier this month. Commissioned by a repeat client, the yacht features a dark blue hill and extensive glass glazing that runs flush to the exterior. Speaking at the launch, project manager Gerhard Dekker said: "I truly believe that it takes a team to build a dream, and the way in which everyone has played their part in creating this exceptional vessel is a textbook example of teamwork.”
The first model in Princess's X Class range, the X95, has launched. Described as "a luxury SUV for the seas", the 29 metre motor yacht was designed in partnership with Pininfarina and Olesinski. Built for far-reaching, adventurous voyages, the X95 has a high fuel capacity of 13,400 litres.