28 of the best new yachts on display at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show


The unrivalled pinnacle of the yachting calendar, the Monaco Yacht Show brings together all the biggest names in the world of yachting to exhibit their newest masterpieces. We round up the most notable new arrivals to keep an eye out for...

Built to PYC standards, 85 metre Areti is a Winch-designed Lürssen superyacht can accommodate up to 18 guests. Those look to relax on board certainly won't be stuck for options, with a luxurious spa area complete with sauna, hot tub, full depth plunge pool and experience showers.

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Delivered at the tail end of 2016, the 92 metre Sinot-designed Feadship superyacht Aquarius looks set to dominate the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show. Her light filled lounges are completely devoid of supporting pillars, creating a truly open-plan feel informed by her owner’s experience in the luxury accommodation industry.

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Feadship   92 m •   2016


2017 is shaping up to be a huge year for Italian yard Rossinavi, with four yacht launches scheduled. The Longitude 49 yacht Aurora is arguably the most exciting of the bunch, with a dynamic exterior design by Fulvio De Simoni, and she will be going on display in Port Hercules this September along with the yard's other recent launch, the 49.9 metre Endeavour II.

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Rossinavi   49.1 m •   2017


At 36.45 metres, Clorinda will not be the largest yacht at the Monaco show by any means, but she will be one of the most historically significant. Launched in July 2017, she is the first ISA yacht to be completed since the Ancona yard was bought by the Palumbo Group. As such, she features some subtle hints at the future of the popular ISA Sport 120 range, such as dark tinted glass inserts in the superstructure, a side-loading tender garage and a skylight in the master suite.

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ISA   36.45 m •   2017

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ISA   36.45 m •  10 guests •  €9,500,000

Cloud 9

The second largest yacht to date from Italian yard CRN, 74 metre Cloud 9 was delivered earlier this year sporting exterior lines by Zuccon International Project and palatial Winch Design interiors, totalling in excess of 1,000 square metres. Key features include a separate owner’s deck and a beach club with an extendable bathing platform.

Parent company Ferretti Group will also be giving a Monaco debut to its updated version of the Custom Line Navetta 33, which is due to be unveiled in Cannes a few weeks prior.

Delta One

The new flagship of the Netherlands’ Mulder Shipyard, Delta One is a 36 metre Claydon Reeves design that makes good use of the fast displacement hull form pioneered by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. This all-aluminium cruiser boasts a transatlantic maximum range and many other features normally associated with much larger yachts, such as a fold-out terrace in the saloon and a superyacht beach club in the transom.

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Mulder Shipyard   36 m •   2017

Dynamiq GTT 115

Configurable yacht specialist Dynamiq made a huge impact at last year’s Monaco Yacht Show with the 39 metre Jetsetter, and the yard’s 35 metre follow-up GTT 115 looks every inch as impressive. Studio FA Porsche helped to develop both the exterior styling and the achingly cool interiors, with Pepita houndstooth fabrics similar to those found on the latest Porsche 911 R edition sportscar.


An aggressive, slender profile by Studio Bacigalupo reflects the sporty performance of this 49.9 metre from Cerri Cantieri Navali, which hit 27 knots during sea trials. The first boat in the Italian yard’s Fuoriserie line, Elsea features a formal main deck saloon plus a cosy upper saloon primed to host movie nights for all 10 guests.

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Cerri Cantieri Navali   49.9 m •   2017


With towering topsides and vivid orange detailing, there’s certainly no mistaking Genesia, the new Ocean King 130 yacht from Italian yard Cantiere Navali Chioggia. Styled inside and out by Andrea Vallicelli and riding on a hull developed by naval architects InNave, this 40.25 metre explorer yacht will have visitors to the Monaco show dreaming of far-flung expeditions.

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Ocean King   40.25 m •   2017

Gulf Craft Majesty 100

The Gulf Craft Majesty 100 series is new for 2017, and despite measuring 31.68 metres, it is described by the UAE-based yard as an “entry-level superyacht range”. Built to an in-house design, the Majesty 100 is also the first Gulf Craft yacht to feature a skylounge, giving owners the chance to enjoy elevated views out to sea from the comfort of an air-conditioned upper saloon.

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