Spotted: Where to find the world's coolest superyachts

The global superyacht fleet is always on the move. We keep track of some of the most famous yachts in the world, spotting them in locations such as Germany, The Netherlands Dubai and Gibraltar. 

Moonrise in Harlingen

Image: Guy Fleury

The 99.95 metre Feadship superyacht Moonrise has been spotted in Harlingen in the Netherlands after leaving Antigua in April. First delivered in 2020, Moonrise features exterior design by Studio De Voogt and interiors by Rémi Tessier Design

Boardwalk in Amsterdam

Credit: Guy Fleury

The 76.5 metre Feadship superyacht Boardwalk has been spotted moored in Amsterdam. The superyacht, which was previously known as Project 707, hit the water earlier this year. Boardwalk's exterior is penned by De Voogt Naval Architects while the interior is designed by Halffman Designs.

Kismet in Hamburg

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Lürssen superyacht Kismet was spotted cruising up the river Elbe by the German city of Hamburg in March 2021. The arrival of the 95 metre Espen Oeino-designed superyacht into the European country marked the end of her trans-Atlantic crossing which she began at the end of February 2021 when she departed from the warmer waters of Saint Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. Kismet is one of the most expensive yachts on the charter market, able to accommodate up to 12 guests and 28 crew.

Sokar in Tallinn

Credit: Josip Baresic - captain of Sokar

The 64 metre Codecasa superyacht Sokar has been spotted in the ice of Tallinn, Estonia. First delivered in 1990, Sokar is set to remain in Tallinn until late April after which she will begin her charter season based in the Baltic Sea and Scandinavia. With an exterior designed by Vincenzo Ruggiero and an interior by H2 Yacht Design, Sokar has accommodation for a total of 18 guests and 17 crew members.



Codecasa |   63.76 m |   1990

Amadea in Dubai

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The 106 metre Lürssen superyacht Amadea has been spotted silhouetted against the night skyline of Dubai. Currently listed for sale with Imperial, Amadea was first launched in 2017. Exterior design comes courtesy of legendary superyacht designer Espen Øino while the luxurious interior comes courtesy of Francois Zuretti.



Lürssen |  106.1 m |  16 guests |  POA



Lürssen |   106.1 m |   2017

Artefact in Rendsburg

Credit: Tom van Oossanen

The striking 80 metre Nobiskrug-built superyacht Artefact has been spotted arriving in Rendsburg. Delivered last year, the Gregory C Marshall designed superyacht features a 2,990GT interior, making it the biggest-volume 80 metre superyacht in the world.



Nobiskrug |   80 m |   2020

Albula in the Kiel Canal

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The 63.84 metre superyacht Albula has been spotted making her way through the Kiel Canal. Built by Royal Denship - Assens in 2006, Albula was designed by Ole Steen Knudsen and can accommodate a total of 16 guests and 14 crew members on board. 

Sea Rhapsody in the Seychelles

Image courtesy of Ocean Independence

The 65.7 metre Amels superyacht Sea Rhapsody has been spotted anchored in the Seychelles. Currently available for charter through Ocean Independence, Sea Rhapsody will remain in the Seychelles until April 2021. The Tim Heywood-designed yacht was built by Amels in 2012 and features accommodation for a total of 14 guests. 

Kaos Off the Coast of Gibraltar

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The 110 metre Oceanco superyacht Kaos has been spotted on her maiden voyage off the coast of Gibraltar. It comes after the yacht was redelivered following a year-long extensive refit at Lürssen. Previously named Jubilee,  Kaos was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Oceanco to a design by Igor Lobanov and first delivered in 2017 

Gene Machine in New York

Credit: Amels

The 55 metre Amels superyacht Gene Machine has been spotted arriving into New York. Owned by US scientist Jonathan Rothberg, Gene Machine was delivered in 2013 and was designed by Tim Heywood. Accommodation on board is for a total of 14 guests and 16 crew.