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Benetti | 2019 | 108-metre
Not only is IJE the longest superyacht on the market, but she is also the longest to have been built by the Italian shipyard Benetti.
Visitors to this year’s Monaco Yacht Show were offered a chance to meet and explore IJE and could see for themselves how impressive and well-distributed her 3,600 GT interior volume really is.
IJE can accommodate up to 22 guests and features a cinema with a built-in screen, a full bar and a beauty salon.
All of this doesn’t encroach on the vast interior space dedicated exclusively for the owner's use.
Lürssen | 2014 | 95.2-metre
Kismet was promptly draped in accolades, securing the top spot of the 2015 World Superyacht Awards, after her launch in 2014, as it quickly became obvious that she is the ultimate entertainment yacht.
Her interior styling is jaw-dropping as each room draws inspiration from the art deco and art nouveau movements in an entirely unique and bespoke manner.
She offers a touch of class that is hard to rival. Her first owner wanted a ‘champagne and caviar’ theme – and that’s quite difficult to top.
Nobiskrug | 2000 | 92.42-metre
An imposing superyacht that cuts a stark silhouette when at anchor and while cruising.
To add further emphasis on Tatoosh’s position as one of the boldest yachts on the market, the double-teamed designers have added not one but two helipads so that guests can dart off to multiple destinations at the same time.
In terms of amenities, Tatoosh hosts a cinema, a massage room, a 5-metre by 4-metre swimming pool and plenty of space for dining, whether under the stars al fresco style or indoors in the royally-appointed dining room
Oceanco | 2014 | 91.5-metre
She can offer up to 18 guests a truly remarkable experience as she boasts a whole array of top amenities.
She has a 42 square-metre beach club with direct access to the sea; a wellness centre equipped with all the necessary trappings; 385 square-metres of upper deck space; and a master cabin with a private terrace and plunge pool.
Pride Mega Yachts | 2018 | 88.5-metre
Aggressive and untameable may be two words you’d choose to describe her Rolls Royce inspired and Rainsford Saunders designed exterior.
She is sleek, futuristic, but most definitely not cantankerous.
She is brimming with amenities and cutting edge technological features for her 12 guests to enjoy.
In terms of performance, Illusion Plus has an impressive range of 5,000 nautical miles which she can travel at 15 knots.
Yantai Raffles | 2004 | 88.15-metre
Not only is she a standout superyacht in this regard, but her asymmetrical hull design is of its own.
Asean Lady is the only catamaran which features in this line-up of longest yachts on the market.
Being a catamaran, Asean Lady has more deck space on offer, and boasts an impressive beam of 21.2-metres. She can accommodate up to 18 guests and has a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf | 1963 | 86-metre
The swinging sixties was a year teaming with momentous events, one being in 1963
Chakra was designed in-house with AMK Architecture & Design joining forces to help with the interior styling.
Up to 24 guests can be accommodated onboard Chakra alongside her 43 crew members. In terms of performance, Chakra derives power from a MANengine that gives her a cruising speed of 14 knots.
Silver Yachts | 2019 | 85.3-metre
The yacht is one of the most striking vessels in the global fleet with a warship style aesthetic, accentuated by her grey hull.
Apart from her cutting-edge design and impressive number of toys, one of Bold’s most unique elements is her winter garden, found on the upper aft deck.
Covering an area of 300 square-metres, it is this observation loft that symbolises the project previously known as Silver Loft before being named Bold.
Approaching by tender, it is hard for guests to miss the expansive wrap-around glass room overlooking the main deck.
Lürssen | 2011 | 85.1-metre
An almighty powerhouse of a superyacht that was built to adhere to the Lloyd’s Register +100 A1 classification, and which flaunts six decks worth of trimmings.
Inside was the work of Reymond Langton Design Ltd. who kitted her out with a whole horde of features for the seventeen guests she can host, such as a gym, spa, beauty salon and pool.
There is even an elevator that serves all decks.
AKYacht | 2021 | 85-metre
An explorer yacht with a truly opulent core and flaunts some truly outrageous features.
She hosts a 200 square-metre beach club, an indoor swimming pool, gym, hammam and massage room, to name but a few.
Provides ample space for 20 guests to be accommodated across 11 staterooms. Her naval architecture was the combined efforts of Marco Yachts and Ark Yacht.
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