21 new yachts exhibited at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022

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The Monaco Yacht Show is one of the most prestigious and impressive yachting shows in the world, bringing together the biggest names in the industry each year to showcase their latest masterpieces. If you’re heading to Port Hercule in September, don’t miss these flagship new boats making their grand debut at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022…

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Ahpo

Length: 115.1m
Manufacturer: Lürssen

Ahpo is Lürssen’s latest masterpiece. The 115 meter superyacht has been commissioned by an experienced owner for family use, although she is available for charter on occasion. With long exterior lines and half-moon windows, courtesy of Nuvolari Lenard, Ahpo is an exceptional representation of its owner’s desires and is sure to be the star of this year’s show.

Project X

Length: 88m
Manufacturer: Golden yachts

Fresh out of court in Athens, Project X is set to make a splash in Hercules port with its striking triple-X structure design. Designed by Ken Freivokh, the 88 meter conceals a three-story atrium inside with internal balconies and a circular glass elevator.

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Kenshō

Length: 74.85m
Manufacturer: Italian Sea Group

Delivered earlier this year, Kenshō is the new flagship of the Italian Sea Group, with cascading decks inspired by the natural world. The new 75-meter was first written by the owner, who sketched 12 lines in 2016 and then supervised the project down to the smallest detail, in collaboration with Azure Yacht Design and Naval Architects. Accommodation is provided for 16 guests in eight cabins, comprising a full master suite 13 meters wide and seven en-suite cabins.

Triumph

Length: 65.4m
Manufacturer: Benetti

The 65.4 meters Triumph is one of Benetti’s latest fully customized launches, featuring the Italian shipyard’s latest “box-in-box” construction technology to reduce operating noise and vibration. This, along with a series of other design innovations, is enclosed in a balanced exterior by Giorgio Cassetta. True to its name, Triumph picked up a Neptune at the 2022 Word Superyacht Awards in the Displacement Motor Yachts 1,000GT to 1,499GT category.

Rio

Length: 62m
Manufacturer: CRN

Rio is the latest launch from the Italian shipyard CRN. It is designed in partnership with Omega Architects and marks the first collaboration between the shipyard and the studio since the 73 meters yalla in 2014. Rio features a fun, family-friendly interior, courtesy of Pulina Exclusive Interiors, with a foredeck sundeck and deck dipping pool, making her an attractive charter option.

Come together

Length: 60m
Manufacturer: Amels

Delivered in June this year, Come together is the first project in the reimagined limited edition series of Amels designed by Espen Øino characterized by four triangular windows. Equipped with electric propulsion motors, Come together is the first Amels 60 with hybrid propulsion, reducing the yacht’s noise, vibrations, fuel consumption and emissions. Her laid-back interiors were designed by Winch Design and exude a calm, seaside aesthetic on board.

Factory

Length: 60m
Manufacturer: Heesen

The largest steel creation from the Dutch shipyard Heesen to date, the 60 meter Factory, offers accommodation for an impressive 16 guests spread across seven cabins. The yacht sports an exterior courtesy of Omega Architects and an interior by Sinot Design. Standout features are plentiful, including the touch-and-go helipad serviced by an enclosed, air-conditioned reception area so guests can come and go in privacy.

Irina

Length: 50m
Manufacturer: Heesen

Irina is the first of 13 B.Now models currently on order or under construction at Benetti. It was delivered to a regular customer at the end of 2021 and is designed by the British studio RWD. Highlights include an infinity pool and a 36 square meter beach club. Sales of Irina was first announced at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018, so it’s only fitting that she’ll return to the Principality for her world debut.

Somehow

Length: 60m
Manufacturer: Heesen

Somehow is the fourth hull of the S501 series entirely in aluminum from the Italian shipyard. Delivered in June, she joins her sisterships Vertigo, Bintador and Olokun, but it is the first unit in the series to feature a swimming pool on the foredeck. Kinda offers accommodation for 12 people with several cruising modes thanks to its hybrid propulsion system.

Mangusta 165 REV

Length: 49.9m
Manufacturer: Supermarin​​

The first Mangusta 165 REV was seen for the first time when launched in Viareggio at the end of July. The model builds on the success of the previous 165, a top-selling model with 12 units delivered since 2007. The current version features a waterside saloon and draws inspiration from the sports car design of the 1930s – fitting given that it is powered by four Rolls Royce 2600hp engines.

Acala

Length: 43.1m
Manufacturer: Cantiere delle Marche

Acala was designed in close collaboration with its experienced owner. The result is a 43.1 meter yacht with a raked bow and a compact superstructure that offers a rugged explorer look. With a solid architectural and engineering package, Acala embark on long-distance cruises to explore the ends of the earth.

Custom Line 140

Length: 42.61m
Manufacturer: Custom line

Custom Line’s all-new flagship was inspired by residential architecture and features clean exterior lines, floor-to-ceiling windows and painted aluminum handrails with Y-shaped uprights on either side of the main deck – all the hallmarks of his Paszkowski design. She will make her Cannes debut before heading to Monaco.

Attitude

Length: 40.6m
Manufacturer: Baglietto

Attitude is the first of Baglietto’s DOM 133 series offering transoceanic cruising and access to shallow waters thanks to its draft limited to 2.1 meters. Designer Stefano Vafiadis explains that DOM means the Latin word house, meaning house. The idea of ​​being home while away is at the heart of this medium-sized series.

Maori 125

Length: 38.2m
Manufacturer: maori yacht

When the 38 meters Maori 125 was launched in June 2022 and became the flagship of its Italian shipyard. Designed by Marco Ciampa, the yacht features a huge beach club aft, which can accommodate an array of sunbathing, socializing and al fresco dining. Elsewhere, Pulina Exclusive is responsible for the yacht’s interiors, which can accommodate up to 10 guests in five cabins while her luxurious main salon is well-lit with frequent natural light.

Company

Length: 38m
Manufacturer: Baglietto

The 38 meters Company A completely custom project demanded the development of a completely new platform, which could yet become the first of a new series. “Our common vision was to break the mould,” explains its owner. “Not to build a typical and expected boat, but to create something innovative… the largest vessel of 38 meters in volume ever built.”

Goga

Length: 37m
Builder: Benetti

Designed by Paolo Vitelli, founder and chairman of the Azimut Benetti Group, with the late architect Stefano Righini, Goga is a revolutionary project for Benetti due to its four-deck layout in just 37 meters. Featuring a hybrid system for eco-friendly long-distance cruising, Goga has a range of 8,200 nautical miles at nine knots and can reach speeds of 14 knots in “Eco Transfer” mode.

Read more/Goga: An exclusive look aboard Benetti’s first 37M B.Yond

Perseverance 1

An elegant and graceful classic sloop, Perseverance 1 is a four-time award-winning yacht designed by Dykstra Naval Architects and International BOATSailboat of the Year 2022. The advanced composite custom yacht features distinctive pilot-style features including a straight stem, 3.8 meter long bowsprit, counterstern and deep bulwarks. It also offers low emissions and an environmentally-focused approach to boating.

Length: 35.8m
Manufacturer: Baltic yachts

Sanlorenzo SP110

Length: 33.53m
Builder: Sanlorenzo

The SP110 is Sanlorenzo’s first jet superyacht and represents the shipyard’s entry into the sport yacht market. The 33-metre motor yacht will make its official debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival before heading to Port Hercule. Highlights include a two-story atrium visible from the aft deck and a deckhouse designed to accommodate solar panels.

Sorvind

Length: 32.27m
Manufacturer: South wind

Sorvind was Southern Wind’s answer to the owner’s request for a high performance yacht that was fast and comfortable to sail. To ensure performance, weight had to be kept low, which led to full carbon construction combined with lightweight materials such as synthetic teak decks and stanchions, pulpits, cleats and fairleads. titanium.

My song

Length: 24.7m
Manufacturer: Swan of Nautor Persico Marine

My song is the first in the ClubSwan 80 series. The 24.7 meter is described by Nautor’s Swan Group CEO Giovanni Pomati as a pure racer that offers “fast sailing, short-handed sailing and comfortable cruising”. The project was carried out in collaboration with Persico Marine, a company renowned for the construction of high-performance yachts.

Sunreef 80 Eco

Length: 23.87m
Manufacturer: Sunreef Yachts

The all-electric 80 Eco catamaran is fully autonomous and uses the latest technologies to cruise without fuel. The 23.9 meter sailboat is fitted with ultralight composite solar panels integrated into the hull sides, mast, superstructure and bimini, allowing her photovoltaic system to provide up to 36 kWp.

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