There’s a lot going at Monaco Yacht Show, with 34,000 prestigious clients and luxury brands at display. We bring to you some of the best Yachts at the show:
The Aurora, 49 meters aluminum yacht characterized by innovative architectural solutions and large spaces usually expected on a displacement yachts. The Aurora comes with main engines at 2,100 RPM of 2x Diesel MTU 12V4000 M93L 2x 2,580 kW and maximum speed of 27 KNOTS and a cruising speed of 20 KNOTS. Aurora has a panoramic owner’s cabin and two other VIP cabins on the main deck. The yacht has three big saloons; one of those, being a continuation of the beach area, has been properly nominated the Aurora beach salon.
Cloud 9, CRN
Cloud 9 is a world-class superyacht, which stands out for its unique flawless balance between interior and exterior spaces, where impressive volumes meet an incredibly high level of comfort. It’s free-flowing layout connects all living areas and creates a smooth and relaxed indoor-outdoor living environment for alfresco enjoyment. With its 74 metres in length, a beam of 13.5 meters and five decks, M/Y Cloud 9 is the result of the close cooperation between the CRN Shipyard, Zuccon International Project and Winch Design. M/Y Cloud 9 is making her début as world premiere at the Monaco Yacht Show. Cloud 9 is power with 2xCATEREPILLAR 3516C-Chd 2000 kW@1600 rpm KNOTS and maximum speed of 16.50 KNOTS and cruising speed of 15.00 KNOTS.
Navetta 33, Custom Line
The Navetta 33-metre yacht is yet another superyacht in the Custom Line family. Navetta 33 is the Custom Line’s semi-displacement superyachts of this size, added to the distinctive features that have already proved so popular on Navetta 37. The hull with bulbous bow delivers performance at the top of its class in terms of seaworthiness and stability with a range of 2,000 nautical miles (preliminary data) at economic cruising speed. The yacht offers fabulous spaces to owners and their guests across all 4 decks: from the wide-body master suite forward on the main deck, through to the 4 guest cabins on the lower deck.
Mangusta 165 E
Mangusta 165 series and third unit of the new “Evolution” series, by Overmarine Group chooses the prestigious setting of the Monaco Yacht Show. Her performance, comfort and, of course, style make this 50 metre unique on the international nautical scene. She is characterised by the black painted with red details hull, including the yacht’s logo, designed together with the Owner. This design choice further enhances the sportiness of the yacht and anticipates the performance of this jewel of technology. Mangusta 165 E is fitted with an engine of 4 x MTU Diesel Engines 16V 2000 M94 and comes with a maximum speed of 37.00 KNOTS and cruising speed of 30.00 KNOTS.
M/Y Home is all about fuel efficiency, smart design and great comfort. It is the world’s first Fast Displacement with hybrid propulsion. Home is not only an ultra-efficient, low fuel-burning yacht, but also one of the quietest on the oceans, offering the ultimate luxury: Silent cruise. She offers superlative performance and efficiency in a luxurious design package of under 500GT. Add a striking superstructure, vertical bow and spacious aft platform and we believe this yacht is a cut above others in her class. M/Y Home which is making a début as world premiere at the Monaco Yacht Show comes with a maximum speed of 16.30 KNOTS and cruising speed of 9.00 KNOTS.
As the largest yacht to emerge from The Netherlands and the biggest yacht to be constructed by Oceanco, JUBILEE is turning heads within the industry. At 110m and just over 4,500 GT, the sleek elongated profile encompassing six decks allows the superyacht to stand out from her peers. Jubliee comes with yachting speeding of 14 knots and maximum speed of 18 knots. Another clever use of flowing lines creates the illusion of multi-level decks – never seen on a yacht before. Lobanov’s complicated artistic architecture flows gracefully into a fully certified helideck forward and from above, sees the large pool deck complete with aquarium and vast beach club below.