The largest yachts at the Monaco Yacht Show 2017



The Monaco Yacht Show is synonymous with the world’s biggest superyachts, but this year’s fleet of large yachts takes things to a whole new level and has been hailed as one of the best in recent memory.

Our countdown begins with Apogee, which was launched in 2003 by Italian yard Codecasa and refitted in 2009. Currently offered for sale by Merle Wood & Associates, she boasts a rich interior by Franco and Anna Della Role that features extensive use of mahogany and rosewood, creating a fine blend of Old World ambiance and modern conveniences.

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Codecasa   62.48 m •   2003

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Codecasa   62.5 m •   12 guests • Price from €360,000 p/w

Infinite Shades


Another of the top yachts for sale at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show, Infinite Shades is part of Burgess’ impressive fleet this year. Delivered in 2011 as an Amels Limited Editions 212 yacht, she boasts the much sought-after combination of Tim Heywood exteriors and Winch Design interiors. Key features include a superyacht pool with swim-up bar and a radiant glass-enclosed dining room, which allows eight guests to enjoy a meal sat around a circular dining table.

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Amels   65.7 m •   2011

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Amels   65.7 m •   14 guests • Price from €520,000 p/w



Okto is becoming something of an MYS staple, as 2017 will be the third year in a row that this sublimely silent 66 metre ISA superyacht graces Port Hercules with her presence. Jointly listed for sale by Merle Wood & Associates and Fraser, Okto is a real head-turner on the pontoons as her aft-deck infinity pool features three shades of underwater lighting.

Photo: Quin Bisset/Q&K Media

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ISA   66.4 m •   2014

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ISA   66.4 m •   11 guests • Price from $480,000 p/w



Launched back in April, the new 67 metre Benetti custom yacht Seasense has been shrouded in secrecy ever since. She boasts a unique design combination, with Dutch naval architect Cor D Rover creating his first Benetti exterior and Los Angeles-based design studio Area contributing interior décor to a yacht project for the first time. Expect much more detail to be revealed in Monaco…

Photo: Julien Hubert

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Benetti   67 m •   2017

Martha Ann


One of the most expensive yachts for sale right now, Martha Ann boasts some serious pedigree, as she was built in Germany by the prestigious Lürssen yard and designed by the world renowned naval architect Espen Øino. The opulent Francois Zuretti-styled interior totals more than 12,000 square metres of space, decorated with mahogany panelling and marble and onyx counter tops. A 2008 launch, she is jointly listed for sale by Burgess and IYC.

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Lurssen   70.2 m •   2008

Project 783


A recent addition to the brokerage market, Project 783 is a famous Nobiskrug superyacht that is currently offered for sale by Imperial Yachts. There are many reasons to consider purchasing Project 783, including her iconic lines by Reymond Langton Design and effortlessly stylish interior by Mark Berryman. Her 67.15 metre Damen support vessel 6711 is also offered for sale and will join her at the Monaco show.

Cloud 9


Delivered in May by Italy’s CRN shipyard and currently offered for charter through Burgess, Cloud 9 is one of the most eagerly anticipated new yachts at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show. The ultimate sign of a successful project is a happy client and this Zuccon-designed masterpiece certainly ticks that box, as the owner told Boat International earlier this year: “It takes a lot of energy, passion and commitment to build something so magnificent.”

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CRN   74 m •   2017

New Secret


Not only is the 74 metre New Secret making her global debut at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show, but she is doing so despite being neither offered for sale or offered for charter. The second Amels Limited Editions 242 yacht after 2016's Plvs Vltra, she also features the classic combination of exterior design by Tim Heywood and Winch Design interiors, but the result is markedly different. Those keen to find out more will have to wangle an invite as it will be strictly VIPs on board only.

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Amels   74 m •   2017



A 2008 launch for Dutch yard Oceanco, Anastasia is being jointly offered for sale at this year's Monaco Yacht Show by Fraser and Burgess. Her Sam Sorgiovanni exterior is immediately recognisable and the Australian designer also created her palatial interiors, which can accommodate up to 12 guests and 20 crewmembers.

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Oceanco   75.5 m •   2008

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Oceanco   75.5 m •   12 guests • Price from €790,000 p/w



Fresh from her debut season cruising Antarctica, Legend will bring her rugged charms to this year’s Monaco Yacht Show. First launched in 1974 by IHC Verschure as a Soviet icebreaker, she was overhauled and lengthened by Icon Yachts in 2016, who will be proudly exhibiting her in Port Hercules. Legend is currently offered for sale with Fraser and those lucky enough to step on board should head straight to her Balinese spa, which is a real design marvel.

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IHC Verschure   77.4 m •   1974

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Icon Yachts   77 m •   22 guests • Price from €545,000 p/w

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