With Monaco Yacht Show kicking off this Wednesday, announcements of superyacht debuts, concept unveilings and exciting displays have been coming in thick and fast from the likes of Amels, Rossinavi, Feadship and many more. Yachting Pages has put together a list of what superyacht displays and announcements to look out for.
Amels and Damen plan to host four big debuts together; the 74m New Secret and 55m Lilli, in a co-exhibition with Imperial, and support vessels Game Changer and New Frontiers. Amels will also have a 2-metre scale model of its new 111m seven-deck custom concept, created with H2 Yacht Design.
Tankoa Yachts will debut 49.9m M/Y Vertige, as well as revealing details of a Progetto Bolide, a joint venture project with Exclusiva Design, and two other projects currently underway: the second S502 unit, 50m M/Y Elettra, and brand new 72m project S701.
Mazu Yachts also plans to unveil two new models, 38 Open White Pearl and 42 Walkaround, while Philippe Briand and Vitruvius Yachts are also due to unveil new projects.
Floating Life has revealed that it has an upcoming financial program to unveil at the show, as well as details on the new K40 and K42. ICE Yachts by CCNY will provide updates on 68 M/Y DAY, and will also give details on a brand new explorer vessel range.
Rossinavi has made some big announcements, including that three new projects will be unveiled at the show. Firstly, the XL-500 ZEPHYR 55, a 55m yacht with hull design by Van Oossanen Naval Architects, exteriors designed by Frederic Fiorentino, and interiors by Pulina Interiors. 48.5m Prince Shark 50, designed by Enrico Gobbi, will also be unveiled, as well as 55.2m explorer Maverick 55, designed by Paola Nari Design. Recent launches by the yard on display include 30m Aurora and 49.9m Endeavour II.
Feadship’s stand will be transformed into an “interactive design bureau”, and the yard will be showcasing the 92m Aquarius and 54m Hurricane Run. Norbiskrug and Winch Design shall present their 85m design, while Ocean Independence will showcase 13 yachts at show, including 59.4m Vicky and 46.7m Celestial Hope.
Burgess has bookable slots available for a visit to 110m Jubilee, as well as an array of other yachts on display, including 77m Silver Fast, 70m Martha Ann, and a premier of the CRN superyacht 75m Cloud 9. Videoworks is also has offering viewings to see the new cutting-edge technology on board ISA 120 Clorinda, as part of Technology Day on 28th September.
Other highly anticipated displays include Tansu’s Cyclone, the largest yacht for the Turkish yard, at 43.7 m LOA, Bilgin’s 47.5m Nerissa, the 38.25m Sopranofrom Harkvoort and 85m Areti from Winch Design and Lürssen, Mulder’s 65m Delta One, Dynamiq’s 38m Jetsetter, Cerri Cantieri Navali’s 49.9m Elsea and Gulf Craft’s “entry-level superyacht range” Majesty 100 series. Other exhibiting yachts include the 49.8m hybrid-propulsion Home from Heesen, Overmarine’s 50m Mangusta 165, Pink Gin VI from Baltic Yachts, a mystery 60m sailing yacht from Perini Navi and the Area and Cor D Rover design collab that is Benetti’s 67m Seasense.
Other notable attractions include a brand new exhibition devoted entirely to the trendiest luxury tenders and water toys on the market, and the annual Yachting Pages Terrace held at Stars ‘N’ Bars Port Hercules.
For more information, visit Monaco Yacht Show.