Superyachts lining up for Monaco Yacht Show
Two months out from the Monaco Yacht Show, organisers have revealed a strong provisional list of exhibiting superyachts from many of the world’s leading shipyards.
The 2022 Monaco Yacht Show featured 117 superyachts
Almost 90 yachts were confirmed for this year’s Monaco Yacht Show two months ahead of the four-day superyacht spectacle, which will be held from September 27-30. Last year’s show attracted 117 yachts inside Port Hercules and organisers expect a similar figure this year.
The 97m Carinthia VII by Lürssen
As of late July, the line-up is headed by the 97m Lürssen megayacht Carinthia VII and the German builder’s 95m Kismet, the latter exhibited by Cecil Wright & Partners, while fellow brokerage house Edmiston has booked a place for a 90m build.
The 80m Leona by Bilgin – one of three yachts being shown by the Turkish yard – and the 78m O’Rea by Golden Yachts are among new builds, while other 70m-plus yachts include the 83.5m Feadship Savannah, the 75m Kensho by Admiral of The Italian Sea Group, while Fraser has booked a slot for a 70m.
The Amels 60 Entourage is among new builds, while Camper & Nicholsons is displaying four brokerage yachts: the 55m Feadships Kahalani and Sea Huntress, the 52m Amels Were Dreams and a 50m to be confirmed.
Italian builder Benetti is set to show a 65m megayacht and the sixth hull in its B.Now 50M series (click for article), which is also the second in the line to feature the Oasis Deck® option. Sister shipyard Azimut is displaying its 38m flagship Grande Trideck, Grande 36M and Magellano 30M.
Ferretti Group is exhibiting a Pershing 140 (43m), Pershing GTX116 (35m), Custom Line 140’ (43m), Custom Line Navetta 42 (42m) and Riva 130’ Bellissima (40m), while Wally’s wallywhy150 will also show after its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival earlier in the month.
Italian builder Sanlorenzo is set to stage the debuts of the 57Steel and X-Space (42m) as well as the SP110 (33m), while the builder’s 47m Lars is being exhibited by Lengers Yachts. Genoa shipyard Tankoa is showing the 50m Grey, the fifth hull of its S501 series.
Gulf Craft Majesty 111
UAE builder Gulf Craft is showing a Majesty 120 (38m) and the new Majesty 111 (34.5m), which had its world premiere at this year’s Dubai International Boat Show (click for article). British builder Sunseeker is showing a 90 Ocean (27m), 95 Yacht (28m) and 100 Yacht (30m).
Sailing yachts includes the world premiere of the Swan 108 (35m) (click for article) and the 39m motorsailer Sakin by Turkey’s Aegean Yacht, while the 46.5m Art Explorer by The Italian Sea Group will also make its world premiere as the world’s largest sailing multihull (click for article).