The top yachts launched at Monaco Boat Show 2010
A radically different 50-metre aluminium explorer yacht. It’s the first of the new Picchiotti yachts from the Vitruvius series and the first motor yacht from the Perini Navi yard.
A winning combination of yard and designers Espen Øino and Glade Johnson. The result is a beautifully elegant yacht, inside and outside.
A displacement yacht, project managed by Yachting Partners International, with an astro-blue steel hull and oyster-white aluminium superstructure.
The biggest yacht yet built by the Ferretti Group. Conceived as Clarena 2, she was commissioned by one owner and then immediately sold to another, who fell in love with her at first sight
and made an irresistible offer.
The first in a new range of steel yachts from the Italian shipyard more usually associated with building in aluminium.
A near-identical sistership to the award-winning ketch Adele. Built on the same hull, and with the same keel, rudder and sailplan as her sister but with a different deck and interior layout.
An exceptionally striking 68-metre yacht, built by Nobiskrug with an interior designed by Australian Craig Beale. A fifth yacht of the same name for hugely experienced American owners Ray and Elsie Catena, whose previous yacht was the retro-styled Burger Sycara IV.
A brand-new Feadship built for a very experienced British owner. It has been specced precisely to the owner’s requirements, with acres of space and an impressive cinema.
The latest and largest in a range of production superyachts from this Turkish yard. The Peri 41 tri-deck is a high-performance yacht with naval architecture from Bill Dixon and exterior and interior design from Turkish group Scaro.
The latest 171 Limited Editions production superyacht – the seventh in the range. The economies of scale the build method produces are impressive.