12 Amazing Must-see Yachts at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019

12 Amazing Must-see Yachts at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019

19 september 2019

Aberton Yachts reminds you that it’s time to book your flights—or berth—for the Monaco Yacht Show, the World major event dedicated to luxury 25+ meter yachts. 

This year from September 25 to 28 Port Hercules will become the centre of attraction for the superyachts owners and all the sea-lovers who turned their passion into profession. This event will showcase not only the newest, largest and most luxurious yachts on the planet but also tenders to go with. So, here is a list of the 12 unique yachts to be seen at this year’s Monaco show.

Abeking & Rasmussen Excellence: 262 Feet (79.95 Meters)

Headquartered in Germany, the Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard will showcase the 262-foot yacht Excellence with an eye-catching bold dynamic exterior lines conceived by London-based Winch Design Studio. The two decks - the owner’s one and the wheelhouse are encompassed by curved transparent floor-to-ceiling windows that open a brilliant view. Yacht guests can enjoy the pool and the huge beach club, as well as Excellence Limousine Tenders.

Amels Aurora Borealis: 220 Feet (67 Meters)

Recently launched, the 220-foot Amels Aurora Borealis will be premiered in Monaco. The appearance of this super modern yacht reminds the grand ocean liners of the last century. Featuring an exterior by designer Tim Heywood and an interior by Winch Design studio, the vessel has seven staterooms for 14 guests plus cabins for 15 crew and the captain.

Benetti Metis: 207 Feet (63 Meters)

The interiors of the 207-foot Metis by Italian shipyard Benetti were conceived by the UK-based Bannenberg & Rowell in partnership with Birgit Otte Interior design Atelier. Giorgio M. Cassetta crafted the flowing exteriors. An asymmetrical layout, helipad, a 1,700-plus-square-foot owner’s apartment and custom flydeck gym are distinguishing features of the yacht.

Heesen Yachts Vida: 180 Feet (55 Meters)

Dutch shipyard Heesen is scheduled to showcase the 180-foot Vida. During the recent sea trials the fast-displacement-hull yacht conceived by the Van Oossanen demonstrated a top speed of 16.4 knots. The aft entrance is featured with a backlit ivory onyx arch that welcomes guests and serves as a 42-bottle wine cellar. Despite the high-speed capacity, this yacht by Heesen complies with the latest emissions regulations.

Tankoa Bintador: 164 Feet (49.9 Meters)

If you like Italian shipyard Tankoa's Vertige, you will fall in love with Bintador yacht. This is the second hull of Tankoa’s 164-foot S501 hybrid superyacht. Yacht designer Francesco Paszkowski in partnership with Magherita Casprini created the light and modern interior made of rare natural materials.

Extra 130 Alloy L.A.U.L.: 130 Feet (39.7 Meters)

Extra Yachts will premiere the 130-foot superyacht L.A.U.L., the first Extra 130 Alloy from the yard. The layout was designed for maximum entertainments: the yacht has an upper deck with dining area, bar, sunpads, and hot tub. It accommodates 10 guests in five cabins and fits an 18-foot tender and an additional vessel in its garage. Two 1,800 hp CAT C32 ACERT T3 engines allow the yacht to reach a top speed of 17 knots.

Lürssen Madsummer: 312 Feet (95 Meters)

German shipyard Lürssen will premiere the 312-foot Madsummer superyacht launched this spring. The UK-based Harrison Eidsgaard Naval architects gave the superyacht its well-balanced exterior proportions and voluminous 46-foot beam to provide designer Laura Sessa the space she needed for a roomy and contemporary interior. Madsummer features a beach club with a 12-meter swimming pool, spa with terrace and a full-fledged diving center. On top of it, the yacht has the helipad, and its technical capacities allow to embark on a round-the-world trip just right now.

Azimut Grande S10: 94 Feet (29 Meters)

Debuting in Cannes just before the Monaco Yacht Show, Azimut Grande S10 features a quiet luxury of interiors created by Azimut Yachts in partnership with Francesco Guida and sporting fast moving style observed in the daring lines of the exterior penned by Alberto Mancini. The 94-foot yacht accommodates eight guests and three to four crew in four staterooms and two crew cabins. A pair of 2,600 hp MTU engines allow the S10 to reach a top speed of 35 knots.

Arcadia Yachts Sherpa XL: 79 Feet (24 Meters)

Italian shipyard Arcadia Yachts will showcase the 79-foot Sherpa XL with solar panels, which may be used either as a shadow boat to carry all the fun gear or as a primary yacht. Milan-based Hot Lab design studio conceived both exterior and interior, including a tender garage to free up deck space. Two Volvo Penta IPS 1050 engines allow to reach a 20-knot top speed, and solar energy generates 3 kW for powering up onboard basics.

48 Wallytender: 48 Feet (14.5 Meters)

48 Wallytender represents the first tender created due to the partnership of Wally/Feretti Group following a recent full acquisition. Standard Wally fold-down bulwark sections maximize deck space to free areas for dining and sunning space, plus the galley and swim platform. Downstairs you can find a cabin for two. Twin Volvo Penta IPS 650 engines allow the yacht to reach a top speed of 38 knots.

Baltic Yachts 112 Liara (sailing yacht): 112 Feet (34 Meters)

Take a look at the 112-foot sleek sailing yacht Liara by Finnish builder Baltic Yachts. Its sloop features are penned by Malcolm McKeon design studio. This easy-to-manage family cruiser capable of quickly crossing oceans is also race-ready for events such as the St. Barths Bucket and the Caribbean 600.

Damen Yacht Support Joy Rider: 147 Feet (45 Meters)

Damen’s first 147-foot YS 4508 model Joy Rider can be used either as a superyacht support or as a stand-alone vessel. The yacht’s layout includes lounging space on the sundeck, a large saloon, cabins for six guests and seven crew, a helipad and smooth cruising thanks to the yacht’s Sea Axe design and stabilizers.