6 of the best superyacht masts

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Cloudbreak

Superyacht masts are where form and function collide, with exterior designers working closely with the technical team to balance satellite communications with the need for smooth styling.

Our round-up starts with the 72.25 metre explorer yacht Cloudbreak. Nothing small belongs on top of this bold Abeking & Rasmussen and the mast structure proves ideal to anchor a crow’s nest for nights under starry skies.

Photo: Christopher Scholey

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CLOUDBREAK

Abeking & Rasmussen |   76.25 m |   2016
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Double Down

Like a Miami moon, a big dome rises over the 65 metre Codecasa superyacht Double Down. Her owner loves the superyacht mast and occasionally projects the logo of his hamburger franchise onto it. Launched in 2010, Double Down’s exterior styling was created by the Italian yard’s in-house team.

Photo: Billy Black

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DOUBLE DOWN

Codecasa |   65 m |   2010
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Elysian

A proud final touch atop the 65.99 metre custom-built Lürssen superyacht Elysian (ex-Ester III), this “winged” mast displays perfect symmetry, part of the unique, aggressive exterior styling created by Espen Øino.

Photo: Guillaume Plisson

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ELYSIAN

Lurssen |   65.99 m |   2014
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Okto

A slim mast acts as an exclamation point on the sublimely silent 66 metre superyacht Okto, while domes fan like a four-leaf clover around the roof of the upper deck superyacht gym. The current flagship of Italian yard ISA, Okto was launched in 2014 with exterior styling by Andrea Vallicelli.

Photo: Quin Bisset

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OKTO

ISA |   66.4 m |   2014
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Saramour

Elegant and clever, this multifunctional radar arch can be unfastened to allow this 61 metre superyacht to enter her owner’s covered dock. A 2014 launch for CRN, Saramour boasts a graceful exterior, as penned by Francesco Paskowski.

Photo: Maurizio Paradisi

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SARAMOUR

CRN |   61.3 m |   2014
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Silver Fast

How do you finish off a design as sleek as the 77 metre Silver Fast? Stack the domes and antennae into three compact layers and, in the words of Mick Jagger, have the whole thing painted black. This sleek styling is backed up by Silver Fast’s performance — she tops out at an impressive 27 knots.

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SILVER FAST

Silver Yachts |   77 m |   2015

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