As Monaco Yacht Show approaches, we round-up the best of the yachts for sale that will be at the show. Ordered alphabetically, this brokerage preview is the ultimate bible for anyone shopping for a superyacht at the Monaco show.
First look: 24 of the best yachts for sale at Monaco Yacht Show 2016
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The 47 metre Heesen yacht Ariadna, listed for sale with Imperial Yachts, will also be at Monaco Yacht Show.
Her classic lines, Dutch pedigree, high performance, sporty feel, luxurious interior and spacious sundeck are just some of the reasons you’ll want to leave MYS with Ariadna.
Ariadna’s asking price is available on application with Imperial Yachts.
The famous 90 metre sailing superyacht Athena, currently for sale, will be on display at Monaco Yacht Show.
Built by Royal Huisman, Athena’s owner Jim Clark told Boat International recently how his love for the superyacht is as strong as ever, despite owning her for more than a decade.
Launched in 2004, she became one of the largest sailing yachts in the world. Thanks to a refit in 2011, Athena blends the look of a traditional yacht with the technology of a modern one.
Asking $69,900,000 with Burgess and Merle Wood & Associates.
Heesen Yachts’ 47.6 metre motor yacht Big Mak, listed for sale with Yachtzoo, will be at the boat show in September. Built in 1998, she was refitted in 2014 and features elegant interior styling and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the yacht with natural light and give the impression of space throughout.
Big Mak is asking €7,900,000 with Yachtzoo.
The 47.25 metre Sunseeker yacht Blush, currently for sale with Camper & Nicholsons International, will join the Monaco Yacht Show fleet. Famously owned by the Jordan Family Trust, she was the first hull in the Sunseeker 115 range and is the yacht builder’s flagship.
Blush is asking £19,500,000 with Camper & Nicholsons International.
The 58.55 metre Lürssen superyacht Capri, listed for sale by Burgess, will be joining the yachts at MYS 2016.
Built in 2003, she passed her Lloyd’s 10 year survey and was given an update when a fully integrated bridge/navigation system was added.
Capri is asking €27,950,000 with Burgess.
Sailing superyacht Emmaline, listed for sale with YPI, will be presented at the show in September. Built by Holland Jachtbouw and delivered in 20013, this 32.33 metre yacht is a modern interpretation of a Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter.
A number of features make Emmaline an attractive racing yacht, such as her carbon mast and boom, two Reckman in-boom furling systems, new sails and hydraulic drum winches.
Superyacht Hadia, for sale with Yachtzoo, will be attending the Monaco Yacht Show. Built by Hakvoort in 2006, this 50 metre luxury yacht features interior proportions seen more commonly in larger yachts.
Designed to offer maximum luxury for the owner and their guests, she has a number of elegant outdoor spaces and is fitted with a fantastic hot tub, a gym and a heli-deck.
Hadia is asking €25,000,000 with Yachtzoo.
Palmer Johnson’s 51.13 metre superyacht Helios 2, currently listed for sale with Fraser Yachts, will be on display at Monaco Yacht Show. Built as a safe family yacht, she was launched in 2002 and is one of the largest US-built yachts of all time.
Helios 2’s history is peppered with thorough maintenance work and upgrades to keep her in excellent condition. The most recent was in 2015, when she was given a new interior.
Helios 2 is asking $14,500,000 with Fraser Yachts.
The 67.5 metre superyacht Icon, listed for sale with Camper & Nicholsons International, will be at Monaco Yacht Show.
Built by Icon Yachts in 2010, Icon was refitted extensively in 2014 to maintain her reputation as a pioneering yacht, extending her by five metres and adding a new pool, a larger gym and a Hammam and sauna.
Icon is asking €56,500,000 with Camper & Nicholsons International.