Thunder was launched in 1998 by Oceanfast to a design by Jon Bannenberg with Phil Curran. She was refitted in 2016 which saw her new interior outfitted with Cavalli furnishings. Despite being able to reach a top speed of 40 knots, this 50 metre yacht can still host as many as 12 guests on board. Highlights include a seven metre pool on the fore-deck and a saloon decorated with beautiful chandeliers and artwork.
Standout superyachts attending the 2021 Palm Beach International Boat Show
Quantum of Solace
Launched in 2012, the 72 metre Quantum of Solace is a head-turning yacht with a beautiful exterior and interior by H2 Yacht Design. She can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in her 7 luxurious staterooms, including a full beam master suite with a private balcony. The main deck features a hugely impressive main salon with double-height atrium, while a full beam spa and beach club can be found on the lower deck. For sun-lovers there is a vast sun deck, with a 5m swimming pool, featuring a contra flow swimming system.
Ocean Alexander 27E
Combining “incredible interior volume” with “impressive exterior amenities”, Ocean Alexander’s 27E model heads up the builder’s new explorer series. Key features include a large aft deck for storing toys and tenders and an exterior lounge space for relaxing guests to take in the far-reaching ocean views. The 27E has a range of 2,100 nautical miles and a top speed of 24 knots.
The flagship of the Pearl range, the 29 metre Pearl 95 is designed by Dixon Yacht Design and features interiors penned by Kelly Hoppen. Key features include a full beam owner’s cabin with forward-facing ocean views on the main deck, and three further guest cabins on the lower deck. Elsewhere, the yacht’s transom and Jet Ski hatch opens up to reveal a tender garage. When the tender is launched, this area turns into a spacious beach club by the water’s edge.
Described as a “luxury SUV of the sea”, the X95 is the first model in Princess’s X Class. Designed in partnership with Pininfarina and British naval architect Olesinski, the X95 "Super Flybridge" aims to redefine traditional yacht architecture with extensive outdoor space and an open plan interior.
The 34 metre SX112 crossover yacht from Sanlorenzo features exterior design by Zuccon International Project and is the flagship of the Italian builder’s SX crossover line. The focal point on board is the stern, which has a spacious internal beach area that directly connects to the outside. Elsewhere, retractable terraces maximise the outside connection.
Delivered last year, 7 Diamonds is the fourth hull in Numarine’s 32m 32XP explorer model and features a striking aquamarine displacement hull with angular windows and a “muscular superstructure”. The yacht is also the first in the series to feature a custom Hot Lab-designed interior, complete with 600 square metres of living space. Now for sale with Denison Yachting, 7 Diamonds is asking $11,150,000.