Personality can make all the difference, and 11.11 has this in spades
The masculine exterior of CRN's 55-metre Atlante hides a softer, more relaxing centre. We meet her owner
Feadship's 60-metre is testament to the custom superyacht experience
CRN's Saramour – created for an owner who wanted some quality family time
On board Benetti's 38.1-metre marvel Iron Man
How this 45-metre became a winning mixture of Chinese and Italian styling
Superyacht Columbia is a boyhood dream realised and reinvented
Heesen's largest superyacht Galactica Star boasts an intriguing Bannenberg & Rowell interior and a superb beach club
SuperYacht World's Charlotte Bailey takes a tour of the cool and contemporary 55-metre Benetti Ocean Paradise
With vast spaces on offer, the owner of Quattroelle, an 88-metre Lurssen has chosen to configure her as the perfect family yacht
Drawing inspiration from its mythical namesake, Benetti's 56-metre superyacht Ulysses, is full of quirky surprises
Exclusive: we report from this extraordinary 88-metre yacht
Cantieri delle Marche's Darwin 86 Explorer Percheron battles the Atlantic to reach the Fort Lauderdale show
How one family's vision created the stunning 55-metre Heesen superyacht Quinta Essentia
This finely crafted 70-metre is a labour of love for an owner who has rethought how his yacht is used. By Paul Ashton
Speed and style make the new model from Danish Yachts a show stopper. Read all about Shooting Star in our detailed yacht report...
Forget the rugged exterior: this is a yacht whose restful interior and open decks are all about taking it easy. Take a virtual tour around Yogi with our online gallery...
Frances & Michael Howorth were invited on board Lady Britt, a stunning new 63-metre Feadship that puts the accent on relaxation.
With over 7,000 nautical miles behind her in her first five weeks Trinity’s new 58-metre is the yacht that never stops. We were invited on board just after her…
With over 7,000 nautical miles behind her in her first five weeks Trinity’s new 58-metre is the yacht that never stops. By Charlotte Bailey