Monaco Yacht Show 2021: The Ocean’s Eleven Greatest Superyachts

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The Monaco Yacht Show 2021, the most prestigious yacht show of the world, took place in the legendary Port Hercule of Monaco from the 22nd to the 25th of September. Among the sixty superyachts that were showcased, 37 were new deliveries unveiled by their builders for the first time. Finest Residences selected the eleven greatest megayachts and superyachts of the Monaco Yacht Show 2021.

IJE, 108m, Benetti

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | IJE, 108m, Benetti | Finest Residences
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The 108m (354.2ft) yacht IJE was conceived, built and delivered for a very experienced owner as the ultimate world-cruising family yacht and has only ever been used privately. The owner’s highly experienced build team worked closely with sought-after British design studio RWD, the Italian shipyard Benetti and naval architect PierLuigi Ausonio to deliver a relaxed, informal beach house-style yacht with the complete range of superyacht features.
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Viva, 94m, Feadship

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The megayacht Viva, from the Dutch shipyard Feadship, is the largest new build of the Monaco Yacht Show 2021 edition with her impressive 94m and hybrid propulsion system, as required by her owner. This allows Viva to travel a comfortable 12 knots on diesel-electric power in the pristine areas the yacht is set to explore. The giant glass construction is a prominent feature in the remarkable exterior design by Feadship Studio De Voogt and Azure. They also obviously play a key role in the open beach-house-style interior by Peter Marino Architects.
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Artefact, 80m, Nobiskrug

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | ARTEFACT, Nobiskrug, Winner of the Design Innovation Awards 2021 © Nobiskrug | Finest Residences© Nobiskrug

The hybrid superyacht Artefact was built by Nobiskrug in 2019. Her recognisable exterior was made by Gregory C Marshall, while her interior was penned by Reymond Langton Design. Artefact is one of the world’s first superyachts to meet IMO Tier III emissions regulations. The solar panels and a large battery storage system allows the vessel to operate for a limited time with no use of internal combustion engines.

Artefact is not only a new build but a platform for innovation. An engineer and accomplished entrepreneur, the owner wanted to minimize emissions and the impact to the environment while furthering the state of the art through the use of cutting-edge technologies that can be deployed across all classes of vessels to promote cleaner seas and dramatically improved fuel efficiency. Intended to spearhead the future direction of yachting, ARTEFACT showcases innovative power generation technologies, digital power management, azimuthing pods with dynamic positioning and full digital automation in an aesthetically striking design that frames its environment.
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Victorious, 85m, Akyacht

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | Victorious, 85m, Akyacht | finest Residences
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The brand-new explorer exterior was made by Michael Leach Design, while the interior was penned by H2 Yacht Design. The bridge deck is dedicated to the owner offering an aft-facing cabin complete with a bathroom and walk-in wardrobe opening onto a private terrace with hot tub and walk-around side-decks. There are two children’s cabins too, a double and a twin. Five further guest suites on the main deck include a full-beam VIP suite, the lower deck has one double and three twin guest/children/staff cabins and an elevator serves bridge to lower decks. Among numerous entertainment spaces, the sun deck has a gentlemen’s club with fireplace, wine cellar and humidor, lounge, dining and a terrace aft. Victorious also has a touch-and-go helipad, the upper deck’s indoor and outdoor dining and forward observation lounge, main deck cinema and children’s playroom, a huge 200 sq. m beach club with 77.5 sq. m pool, two lounge and bar areas, gym, full wellness spa and two sea terraces.
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Tatiana, 80m, Bilgin Yachts

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | Tatiana, 80m, Bilgin Yacht | Finest Residences
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Tatiana is the first of a series of three superyachts under construction at Bilgin Yachts, which characterizes the Turkish builder’s ambition to join the world’s elite of yacht builders. Tatiana was built in accordance with the latest IMO Tier III standards and comes fitted with a special exhaust system for “100% clean air emissions,” according to her builder. Tatiana’s layout contains generous living areas, with a beach club and a huge spa. Accommodation is offered for up to 12 guests across eight staterooms. Her interior was made by H2 Yacht Design.
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Polaris, 70.2m, Rossinavi

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | Polaris, 70.2m, Rossinavi | Finest Residences
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Rossinavi exhibits here the largest construction in its history with Polaris, an ice explorer of 70.2m. This flagship project was launched in January 2021 and was designed inside and out by Team 4 Design. Polaris has been developed with an emphasis on yachting lifestyle, able to move from the warm waters of the Caribbean to the sub-zero conditions of Antarctica. The 70m explorer can accommodate twelve guests and seventeen crew members.
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Resilience, 65m, ISA Yachts

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | Resilience, 65m, ISA Yachts | Finest Residences
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The elegant classic yacht Resilience was recently launched by ISA Yachts. With her 1400 GT, 65m Resilience has been superbly designed by Enrico Gobbi of Team for Design who also developed the interiors. She features two swimming pools (one with a countercurrent swimming system), gym, massage room with sea view, Turkish bath, outdoor cinema room, two jet skis and two tenders. The steel hull is combined to an aluminum superstructure and her layout has six cabins (plus a seventh convertible) including a full-beam owner’s suite located forward on the main deck.
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Cloud 9, 61.5m, Sanlorenzo

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | Sanlorenzo 62 Steel, Cloud 9 | Finest Residences
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The newest Sanlorenzo superyacht, Cloud 9 was penned by Francesco Paszkowski Design. She can accommodate 13 guests across seven cabins. She offers flexible guest spaces outside, a beach club open on three sides with lounge, bar, steam room, dayhead, gym equipment and natural light through the glass panels in the large main deck aft pool. A private owner’s deck has a suite forward with access to a versatile foredeck terrace, also a touch-and-go helipad, with hot tub, a media sky lounge aft with a large TV for movie nights.
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Time Off, 55.5m, Damen Yachting

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | Time Off, 55.5m, Damen Yachting | Finest Residences
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The support vessel Time Off is the ninth hull of the popular 55m YS 5009 design. Like her predecessor Gene Chaser, Time Off has a large multipurpose main deck hangar which is technically ready for stern A-frame installation and allows for a flexible deck layout. Time Off has a new accommodation layout for up to seven guests and four staff plus crew.
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13800, 55.5m, Lürssen

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | 13800, 55.5m, Lürssen | Finest Residences
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This year Lürssen will be displaying the latest delivery from the yard. Lürssen is known for manufacturing the largest yachts in the world but at the moment is targeting projects in the 55 to 75 meter range. Project 13800 is a first step in reestablishing the brand as a serious proposition for yachts in that size bracket as well. Designed by Bannenberg & Rowell, the fearless use of colours and textures as well as museum quality interior furniture pieces underline the approach of tremendous attention to detail – not only in the interior spaces but also in the technical areas.
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Moskito, 55m, Heesen Yachts

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 | Moskito, 55m, Heesen Yachts | Finest Residences
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The 55m Moskito, YN 19255, previously known as Project Pollux, has a Gross Tonnage of 760 GT. Her muscular exterior lines were made by Omega Architects and are characterised by ‘shark-tooth’ superstructure overhangs and vertical windows. The design features the latest iteration of van Oossanen’s ultra-efficient Fast Displacement Hull Form. Powered by IMO III-compliant MTU 8V 4000 M63s, it offers frugal fuel consumption of just 150 litres per hour at 11 knots. Her interior design was made by London-based studio Bannenberg & Rowell.
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After The Monaco Yacht Show 2021, see you at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022, from September 28th to October 1st! To know everything about the MYS 2022, visit

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