Issue 51

SuperYacht World’s September/October 2016 issue is the Monaco Yacht Show Preview and hits shelves today. Monaco-centred, it’s packed with tales and reports from the Principality.

Monaco Yacht Show Preview
36 pages of the best New Yachts, Brokerage Yachts, Designers’ Concepts and Tenders to be displayed at the 2016 show – our preview tells you all you need to know.

Galactica Supernova
Our 70-metre cover star is making her first public appearance at the show, and is Heesen’s largest yacht to date. Our full yacht report delves into the heart of the beast.

A 54-metre from Italian yard Baglietto that enjoys lashings of customisation and bespoke features.

Memories of MYS
The Monaco Yacht Show didn’t grow overnight to become what it is today: we speak to those who have been there since its inception in 1991.

Tilli Antonelli
The head of Wider Yachts talks to SYW about the innovation behind the brand.

Feadships and F1
Every two years the Monaco Grand Prix and the Grand Prix Historique fall within the same month. SYW attended along with members of the Feadship Heritage Fleet to enjoy the atmosphere of cars and yachts living in symbiosis.

The Winch Way
Andrew Winch has designed the interiors and exteriors of some of the world’s most famous yachts, and has branched out into aviation and architectural properties. We delve into this fascinating company as they celebrate 30 years in business.

Ultimate Design
Objects of desire from around the world.

New Tech
The latest gadgets to set your pulse racing.

News in Brief
New dawn for MYBA and Barcelona; Rise of the shadow boats; Fraser Yachts’ Richard Earp Award; Portonovi; 162.5-metre Eclipse spotted at sea.

Around the Yards
Codecasa F76; Mondomarine Ipanema; Gulf Craft Ghost II; Royal Huisman Ngoni.

Charter News
Benetti 11.11, Oceanco’s Sunrise back after refit and more news.

The Captain
Q&A with Wayne Foulis of Vantage

Brokerage News
New to market and the latest deals.

On the Market
Six superyachts that you can buy today.

Resort Report
Anantara Kalutara Resort; more great locations.

The French Riviera versus Monaco: who is attracting more?

Parting Shot
Errol Flynn pauses on the passarelle as he disembarks from his yacht Zaca on his way to his third wedding in 1950.