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The most exciting new yachts at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022

17 August 2022

The Monaco Yacht Show is one of the most prestigious and impressive yachting exhibitions in the world, bringing together the biggest names in the industry each year to showcase their latest masterpieces. If you're heading to Port Hercules in September, be sure to look out for these top new launches making their grand debut at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show...

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Length: 115.1m
Builder: Lürssen 

Ahpo is Lürssen’s latest masterpiece. The 115 metre superyacht was commissioned by an experienced owner for family use, although she will be available for charter on occasion. With long sweeping exterior lines and half-moon windows, courtesy of Nuvolari Lenard, Ahpo is an outstanding representation of her owner’s desires and is sure to be the star of this year's show.

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Project X

Length: 88m
Builder: Golden Yachts

Fresh out of the yard in Athens, Project X is set to make a stir in Port Hercules with her striking triple-X structure design. Designed by Ken Freivokh, the 88 metre conceals a three-deck atrium inside with internal balconies and a circular glass elevator.

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Length: 74.85m
Builder: Italian Sea Group

Delivered earlier this year, Kenshō is the Italian Sea Group’s new flagship, with cascading decks said to be inspired by the natural world. The new 75 metre was first penned by the owner, who sketched out 12 lines in 2016 and went on to oversee the project in every detail, working with Azure Yacht Design and Naval Architects. Accommodation is for 16 guests in eight cabins, comprising a full 13 metre beam master’s suite and seven en suite staterooms.


Length: 65.4m
Builder: Benetti

The 65.4 metre Triumph is one of the latest fully-custom launches from Benetti, featuring the Italian shipyard's latest “box-in-box” construction technology to reduce running noise and vibrations. This, along with a raft of other design innovations, is encased within a balanced exterior by Giorgio Cassetta. True to her name, Triumph picked up a Neptune at the 2022 Word Superyacht Awards in the Displacement Motor Yachts 1,000GT to 1,499GT category. 


Length: 62m
Builder: CRN

Rio is the latest launch from Italian shipyard CRN. She is designed in partnership with Omega Architects and marks the first collaboration between the shipyard and studio since the 73 metre Yalla in 2014. Rio features a playful, family-oriented interior courtesy of Pulina Exclusive Interiors with a foredeck sun lounge and sundeck dipping pool making her an appealing charter option.

Come Together

Length: 60m   
Builder: Amels

Delivered in June this year, Come Together is the first project in Amels’ reimagined Limited Edition series designed by Espen Øino characterised by four triangular windows. Kitted out with electrical propulsion motors, Come Together is the first Amels 60 with hybrid power, reducing the yacht’s noise, vibration, fuel consumption and emissions. Her relaxed interiors were penned by Winch Design and emanate a calm, beachy aesthetic on board.


Length: 60m  
Builder: Heesen

​​Dutch yard Heesen’s largest steel creation to date, the 60 metre Lusine, features accommodation for an impressive 16 guests split between seven cabins. The yacht sports an exterior courtesy of Omega Architects and an interior by Sinot Design. Stand out features are numerous, most notably the touch-and-go helipad served by an enclosed, air-conditioned reception area for guests to come and go in privacy.


Length: 52m  
Builder: CRN

Ciao is the second yacht launched by Italian shipyard CRN to make its world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show this year. She was built under the codename CRN 124 and features a sporty profile by Omega Architects with a colourful interior courtesy of Massari Design. The design team had plenty of space to develop the yacht's style, with a nine-metre beam, a GT of 499 and a spacious four-deck layout.


Length: 50m   
Builder: Benetti

Iryna is the first of 13 B.Now models currently on order or under construction at Benetti. She was delivered to a repeat client at the end of 2021 and features design by British studio RWD. Highlights include an infinity pool and 36 square metre beach club. The sale of Iryna was first announced at the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show so it is fitting that she should return to the Principality for her world debut.


Length: 50m    
Builder: Tankoa

Kinda is the fourth hull in the Italian shipyard’s all-aluminium S501 series. Delivered in June, she joins her sisterships Vertige, Bintador and Olokun, but is the first unit in the series to feature a foredeck swimming pool. Kinda offers accommodation for 12 guests with several cruising modes thanks to her hybrid propulsion system.

Mangusta 165 REV

Length: 49.9 m
Builder: Overmarine​​

The first Mangusta 165 REV was seen for the first time at her launch in Viareggio in late July. The model builds on the success of the previous 165, a best-selling model with 12 units delivered since 2007. The current version is equipped with a waterfront lounge and takes design cues from 1930’s sports cars - appropriate considering she is powered by four Rolls Royce 2600 HP engines.


Length: 43.1m
Builder: Cantiere delle Marche

Acala was conceived in close collaboration with her experienced owner. The result is a 43.1-metre yacht with a raked bow and a compact superstructure that offers a rugged explorer look. With a strong architectural and engineering package, Acala will embark on long-haul cruises to explore the furthest reaches of the world.

Custom Line 140

Length: 42.61m
Builder: Custom Line

The all-new flagship of Custom Line was inspired by residential architecture and features sharp exterior lines, floor-to-ceiling windows and painted aluminium handrails with Y-shaped uprights either side of the main deck – all signature features of her Paszkowski design. She will be making her debut in Cannes before heading to Monaco.


Length: 40.6m
Builder: Baglietto

Attitude is the first of Baglietto’s DOM 133 series offering transoceanic cruising and access to shallow waters thanks to its limited 2.1-metre draft. Designer Stefano Vafiadis explains that DOM stands for the Latin word domus, meaning home. The idea of being home while away is at the core of this mid-size series.

Maori 125

Length: 38.2m
Builder: Maori Yacht

When the 38 metre Maori 125 was launched in June 2022 and became the flagship of her Italian yard. Designed by Marco Ciampa, the yacht is characterised by a huge beach club at her stern, which can host an array of sun lounging, socialising and al fresco dining. Elsewhere, Pulina Exclusive are responsible for the yacht's interiors, which can host up to 10 guests in five cabins while her luxurious main saloon is well lit with frequent natural light.


Length: 38m
Builder: Baglietto

The 38 metre Enterprise full-custom project demanded the development of a whole new platform, which might yet become the first in a new series. “Our shared vision was to break the mould,” says her owner. “Not to build a boat that was typical and expected but to create something innovative... the largest 38 metre vessel by volume ever built.”


Length: 37m
Builder: Benetti  

Conceived by Paolo Vitelli, founder and president of the Azimut Benetti Group, with late architect Stefano Righini, Goga is a groundbreaking project for Benetti due to its four-deck layout in just 37 metres. Featuring a hybrid system for long-range, environment-friendly cruising, Goga has a range of 8,200 nautical miles at nine knots and can reach speeds of 14 knots in ‘Eco Transfer’ mode.

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Perseverance 1

Length: 35.8m
Builder: Baltic Yachts

An elegant and graceful classic sloop, Perseverance 1 is a four-time award-winning yacht designed by Dykstra Naval Architects and BOAT International's 2022 Sailing Yacht of the Year. The advanced composite custom yacht has distinctive pilot cutter-style features, including a straight stem, 3.8-metre-long bowsprit, counter stern and deep bulwarks. She also offers low emissions and an environment-focused approach to yachting.

Sanlorenzo SP110

Length: 33.53m
Builder: Sanlorenzo

The SP110 is the first jet-powered superyacht from Sanlorenzo and represents the shipyard’s entry into the sports yacht market. The 33 metre motor yacht will make its official debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival before heading to Port Hercules. Highlights include a two-storey atrium visible from the aft deck and a deckhouse designed to accommodate solar panels.


Length: 32.27m
Builder: Southern Wind

Sørvind was Southern Wind’s answer to the owner’s request for a high-performance yacht that was quick and comfortable to sail. To ensure performance, weight had to be kept low, leading to complete carbon construction combined with lightweight materials such as synthetic teak decking and titanium stanchions, pulpits, cleats and fairleads.

My Song

Length: 24.7m
Builder: Nautor’s Swan

My Song is the first of the ClubSwan 80 series. The 24.7 metre is described by Nautor’s Swan Group CEO Giovanni Pomati as being a pure racer that offers “fast sailing, shorthanded sailing and comfortable cruising”. The project was realised in collaboration with Persico Marine, a company renowned for building high-performance yachts.

Sunreef 80 Eco

Length: 23.87m
Builder: Sunreef Yachts

The all-electric 80 Eco catamaran is fully autonomous and uses the latest technology to achieve fuel-free cruising. The 23.9 metre sailing yacht features ultralight composite- integrated solar panels within the hull sides, mast, superstructure and bimini, allowing its photovoltaic system to deliver up to 36kWp.

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Benetti   65.4 m •  2021
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Yachts for sale

Yachts for charter

Golden Yachts   88 m •  12 guests • Price from $1,100,000 p/w
Baglietto   38.1 m •  10 guests • Price from $196,000 p/w