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YCO brings superyachts Big Fish and Shooting Star to the Monaco Show

A call to Lisa Peck confirms their central agency listings to be displayed at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show, the motor yachts Big Fish and Shooting Star.

Firstly, Big Fish is a 45m superyacht delivered in 2010 by McMullen & Wing to a design by Gregory C. Marshall. She was conceived as a long-range expedition yacht with every modern amenity. Her top deck sports a large Jacuzzi, sun pads and a permanent bimini top giving shade to 10 guests dining, with a bar and barbecue close at hand. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five staterooms including a master suite on the main deck. The interiors of Big Fish feature a light and neutral decor with full height windows and, uniquely, she has the world’s first decks in epoxied granite rather than teak. The asking price is €26.5 million.

Then there’s Shooting Star, a high-performance motor yacht launched by Danish Yachts in March 2011. Designed by Espen Øino, Shooting Star was built in lightweight composites and is capable of speeds in excess of a blistering 45 knots powered by twin 4613hp MTU engines driving waterjets. A light, airy interior by Art-Line provides accommodation for up to 10 guests and the asking price is €18.5 million.

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