Each deck is dedicated to unwinding – a spa on the lower deck, large pool with waterfall on the main, indoor/outdoor main saloon on the upper, and gym and spa bath on the top. A snazzy paint job brings out her exterior lines by Dobroserdov Design.
The 27 must-see new yachts at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show
Silver and sporty, Sara Star is Mondomarine’s first 60 metre and its new flagship. She marks the first in a new series of fast, innovative yachts from the Italian builder — ranging between 41.5 metres and 60 metres. Styled inside and out by Luca Dini, this all-aluminium yacht runs at a top speed of 21 knots.
Flagship of the Finnish yard and one of the best Nautor’s Swan sailing yachts to date, the Swan 115 merges cruising comfort and racing prowess. The first to launch had a semi-raised saloon, while hull number two, Shamanna, is a low-profile Flush Deck version, offering uncluttered deck spaces and lean lines. Germán Frers designed the hull with performance in mind, allowing for maximum downwind speeds.
The new 66.25 metre Feadship Vanish, designed inside and out by Eidsgaard Design, has quite a few tricks up her sleeve. There is the free-floating staircase in the full-height atrium, the main-deck balcony that extends to sit flush with the floor, and the optical illusion of the transom stairs that gently slopes from the aft deck to swim platform. The roomy, main-deck VIP can also easily convert to two separate cabins.
X is the second hull in Sanlorenzo’s 460EXP explorer yacht series, designed for reaching far-flung destinations with complete autonomy. X is able to carry a submersible, seaplane, helicopter or sailboat on board, launched by a dedicated crane. Sanlorenzo will also have its latest 46 metre steel superyacht on display.