Monaco Yacht Show 2015 is just around the corner and with it the most luxurious and largest yachts are sailing to Monte Carlo.
A small detail before starting the list of largest yachts at Monaco Yacht Show 2015: Espen Øino has two of his yacht design in this list. This is enough to strengthen his position has one of the best yacht designers in the world.
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The 278-foot-long Solandge that was built by the Lurssen shipyard and launched in 2013 is the largest yacht that will be at the Monaco Yacht Show this year. This striking yacht with the exterior designed by Espen Øino and the interior designed by Aileen Rodriguez, offers true luxury on six extraordinary decks and is intended to be a home-away-from-home on the high seas.
Solandge is returning to Monaco this year after winning the 2014 ‘La Belle Classe Superyachts’ Award from the Monaco Yacht Club and ‘Best Exterior’ in the first-ever Monaco Yacht Show Awards. Chances are high there could be a repeat winner.
The 252-foot-long Silver Fast is also designed by Espen Øino and retains the super-sleek style and unique hull lines of her much-prized predecessors but with a striking new all dark silver paint.
She’s also designed to be ultra fuel efficient and recently completed a passage from Australia (where the Silver Yachts shipyard is located) to Europe with only one fuel stop.
This 236-foot-long superyacht continues to receive wide acclaim is ready for immediate delivery to a buyer who can afford her approximate 85 million dollar price tag. The exterior profile was also designed by Espen Øino.
It provides luxurious accommodations for 14 guests and additional accommodations for 19 crew. Top speed is 17 knots and range is approximately 5,500 nautical miles.
This 239-foot long superyacht was designed by Omega Architects.Yalla‘s accommodation for 12 guests is spacious and well-equipped, and includes a large Owner’s suite on her main deck, two double guest staterooms and two twin guest cabins (each with pullman bed).
This multi-purpose yacht was built by the Piriou Shipyard and was designed to be able to carry out extended, long-distance voyages in extreme conditions. It’s classed as a “passenger ship” and has been designed to be a clean and environment-friendly as well. This is a yacht for an owner who wants to go on adventures (as well as travel in the lap of luxury) with a range of over 15,000 miles.
Monaco is home to the largest number of millionaires and billionaires per capita in the world, it’s only fitting that some of the world’s largest superyachts come to show off in the world’s second smallest country that’s synonymous with luxury. So here’s only a taste of the over 500 yachts and countless toys (everything from personal submarines to fully enclosed “limousine tenders” that allow yacht owners to go ashore without getting a hair out of place) that will be on display from September 23-26.