Monaco Yacht Show

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Monaco Yacht Show will present more than one hundred superyachts from 28 September to 1 October, including some spectacular units.

More than one hundred superyachts are expected on the quays of Port Hercule for the 2022 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show. These include 32 motorboats built in 2022, which will have their world premiere in Monaco, as well as 10 sailboats (including four launches) and 50 tenders. Owners looking to change yachts, clients who regularly charter yachts, and new customers considering their first yachting experience will therefore have a wide choice, given the variety of yachts exhibited this year in the different areas (Dockside Area, Sailing Yacht Area). We have selected the most spectacular vessels below.

Ahpo. The record holder! 
The largest superyacht to be exhibited this year is unquestionably Ahpo (115.1 m). The builder, Lürssen, clearly expects this superyacht to be the “queen of the show” in Monaco. With a helipad on the foredeck, fully equipped gym with panoramic view, dance floor, beauty salon, cinema, spa, lift and underwater lights, Ahpo offers exceptional facilities. She can easily accommodate up to 16 people in 8 cabins. Built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Ahpo cruises comfortably at 14 knots, with a range of up to 8,500 nautical miles. She also boasts an innovative heat recovery system.

Carinthia VII. Exceptional 
At 97,2 metres in length, Carinthia VII (Lürssen) never fails to impress. Some specialists maintain that her cocktail of sleek elegance, space (6 decks with a width of 16 m) and power (maximum speed of 25 knots) is unequalled on the market. There is a private deck for the owners (with forward-facing owner’s cabin and a VIP cabin adjacent), and six additional cabins located on the main deck. The yacht also offers a chic spa. Price: €80–100 million.

Project X Astonishing 
The goal of Project X (Golden Yachts) is to combine the latest innovations in design, technology and style. This 88 m superyacht has been designed with an impressive glass atrium, allowing the interior to be flooded with natural light. A large private terrace with hot tub lets guests to bask in the sun. The main deck has a big swimming pool with huge sunbathing areas and a bar. The yacht can accommodate up to 12 people in 9 guest cabins, each decorated in its own colour scheme.

B2. Long live space! 
This yacht is considered one of the most attractive on the market. Built in 2009 and refitted in 2019 by German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen, B2 (formerly C2) now measures 85 m (the hull having been extended by 8 m). This superyacht can accommodate 31 guests in 15 cabins. A glass lift serves all the guest decks and the sundeck for easy guest access: a rare and sought-after feature on the superyacht market. Highlights include the large swimming pool, retractable outdoor cinema screen and the large beach club.

Here Comes the Sun . Tailor-made
This yacht’s name recalls the Beatles’ song. But that’s not the only thing that makes her outstanding. Built by Amels, Here Comes the Sun (89 m) offers a wide range of facilities (including private owner’s and VIP suites on the main deck), in addition to a home cinema room and a grand piano in the main state room. She can accommodate 12 guests on a charter, or up to 18 guests if used privately. On the exterior, highlights include a hot tub and large infinity pool.