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

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.


The first Heesen yacht to combine hybrid propulsion with a fast displacement hull, 49.8 metre Home will be making her debut at Monaco this year. Italian design Cristiano Gatto created a chic, modern interior for this all aluminium yacht, which perfectly compliments her sleek exterior styling, which comes courtesy of long-time yard collaborator Omega Architects. And given Heesen’s reputation for top-notch hospitality, the 4.8 metre long sundeck bar should come in handy during the show.

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Heesen Yachts   49.8 m •   2017

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Heesen Yachts   49.8 m •   12 guests • Price from $245,000 p/w


Kalliente is the first hull of Dominator’s Ilumen range. The semi-displacement epoxy carbon boat lives up to its series moniker with floor to ceiling glazing in the saloon and a light-flooded master cabin, all wrapped in muscular lines penned by Alberto Mancini.

Mangusta 165E

The Mangusta 165 has proven to be one of the most successful semi-custom yacht series in the 50 metre bracket, with the 12th hull launched by Overmarine earlier this year. Her bold exterior colour-scheme immediately sets her apart from all of the other yachts in the series and rumour has it that her interior is just as daring.

The Italian yard is also expected to bring a member of its burgeoning Mangusta Oceanco 42 range to the Monaco Yacht Show this year.


Another Turkish titan hoping to take Monaco by storm, 47.5 metre Nerissa is hull number one in Bilgin’s 156 semi-custom series. Her curvaceous exterior is straight from the boards of Unique Yacht Design, who also contributed the naval architecture for the project, while British studio H2 Yacht Design worked up her bright, modern interior décor.

New Frontiers

Dutch yard Damen is bringing the newest member of its yacht support vessel fleet to the Monaco show this year. New Frontiers measures 55.3 metres, giving owners a wealth of tender carrying options from helicopters to submersibles and much more besides. What’s more, she has been fitted out with three guest cabins, including a main-deck owner’s cabin, making her ideal for a weekend away from the mothership.

Damen will also be bringing the 69.15 metre Game Changer, which turned heads in London earlier this year by mooring up alongside HMS Belfast.


The first yacht in Turquoise’s new generation fleet — and the first hull out of the Turkish yard’s sheds since Ileria in 2013 — Razan’s highlights include sprawling deck spaces, a spectacular beach club and a globe-trotting cruising range of 4,200 nautical miles.

Photo: Guillaume Plisson


Two years after the debut of 69.3 metre Suerte, Italian yard Tankoa Yachts is returning to the Monaco Yacht Show this year to give a public debut to the 49.9 metre Vertige. An on-board cinema and superyacht gym are just two of the highlights that make this Francesco Paszkowski-designed yacht well worth a closer look.

Photo: Alberto Cocchi

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Tankoa Yachts   49.99 m •   2017

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Tankoa Yachts   50 m •   12 guests • Price from €270,000 p/w

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