The 25th Dubai Boat Show starts tomorrow, and here is a selection of the yachts to see while there.

Silverfast, 77-metres, Silver Yachts

Making it’s Dubai Boat Show debut is the yacht spotters’ favourite, the striking Silverfast. The fourth in the aluminium Silver series from Hanseatic Marine / Silver Yachts in Western Australia, with sleek, sporty lines from Espen Øino. A top speed of 27 knots and a cruising speed of 20-22 knots makes this an ideal yacht for those who like to get places quickly. Also nearby but not in the show are two earlier sister ships, Rabdan and Smeralda.

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Joy, 70-metres, Feadship

The first time this brand new Feadship has been in a show, she will make her public debut in Dubai. With a Bannenberg & Rowell exterior and Studio Indigo interior, the yacht was delivered in July 2016 by the renowned Van Lent yard. The 70-metre yacht boasts a gym, jacuzzi, beach club and disco. 17 crew look after 12 guests.


Majesty 155, 47-metres, Gulf Craft

The 47-metre superyacht is the flagship of the UAE-based yard, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year. The all-composite yacht features exteriors by Gulf Craft and Yankee Delta Studios, and sleeps 12 across its roomy interior.
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Navetta Crescendo 33, 33-metres, Ferretti Yachts

Ferretti Yachts are presenting the Crescendo 33, a semi-planing composite superyacht, with styling by Studio Zuccon International Project and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department. There is a full beam master cabin forward which offers great views, and a further three guest cabins and a gym on the deck below. A light interior is complemented by Fendi Casa soft furnishings. The yacht has a top speed of 20 knots, and an impressive range of 2300 nautical miles at 10 knots.