Today marks the beginning of the 2023 Cannes Yachting Festival. Featuring over 700 boats, including 130 making their global debuts this year, as well as 610 exhibitors, the show offers a wealth of attractions for both industry professionals and enthusiasts worldwide.
Cannes Yachting Show 2022
The Festival takes place between the Vieux Port and Port Canto, showcasing motor boats and their equipment on one side, alongside the Luxury Gallery, a specialized section dedicated to luxury and lifestyle. On the other side, it features the sailing world, with 120 new monohull and multihull boats, a brokerage sector boasting around fifty second-hand boats measuring 22 meters or longer, and the water toys area.
Here is the list of boats that can’t be missed.
Baglietto's first T52 with hybrid propulsion was penciled by Francesco Paszkowski Design. The interiors were also designed by FPD in cooperation with Margherita Casprini. The yacht is fitted with a hybrid propulsion system that will allow it to choose a more efficient cruising mode, curbing both consumption and environmental impact. When cruising in electric diesel mode, the T52 can indeed boast a range of up to 7,600 nautical miles, and remain at anchor up to 10 hours relying on the batteries only. Her two MTU 16V2000M86 engines, however, also enabled her to reach quite an impressive maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 3,600 nautical miles in traditional navigation mode.
The 44.3m UV II was delivered earlier this year but is now for sale via Fraser Yachts. Her exterior comes from Enrico Gobbi’s Team for Design, with an interior by Luca Dini. The sporty look, sleek profile and a smart layout with five cabins, including master suite and two VIP staterooms. The yacht features a very wide beach club at the stern, a hot tub on the main deck and lounge, and a second lounge on the upper deck.
The first yacht in the new GTX line, Pershing GTX116 combines elegance, volume and the signature Pershing thrill. Her exterior and interior was made by Fulvio De Simoni design studio and confirms the brand’s sporty DNA, while enhancing the concept of comfort by providing plenty of open-air space, areas designed to be in direct contact with the water, and liveability guaranteed by the new five-cabin layout.
The SX100 is a crossover yacht where spaces and functions come together in large, open spaces in close proximity to the sea. Born out of the yard's constant dialogue with its owners, the SX100 fits effortlessly into the SX range, adopting and reworking its stylistic features to further optimize on-board content. The Sanlorenzo SX100 offers various layout options, including a three- or four-cabin lower-deck arrangement. It features a unique stern setup that can be configured as a waterline saloon or a master suite, with foldable bulwarks for added light. On the main deck, there's a generous midships seating area, the choice of a VIP or master cabin forward, or an open-plan dining area with panoramic views.
First model in the new range offers seamless contact with the surrounding environment, more sustainable materials and navigation, custom detailing, and a direct link with the sea and the sky. The exterior was made by Filippo Salvetti, while the interior is the work of Ideaeitalia. The outdoor and indoor settings blend into one another in an unparalleled continuum, creating spaces that can be customized and are more generous than the standard in the category. It is provided with over 100 sq m of open-air living spaces and over 140 sq m of interiors, including a main deck and a skylounge featuring particularly impressive volume.
Riva 82’ Diva
The new Riva 82’ Diva joins the four hugely successful current models: Riva 90’ Argo, Riva 102’ Corsaro Super, Riva 110’ Dolcevita and Riva 130’ Bellissima. Riva 82’ Diva is the new entry in the fleet, defining new aesthetic and functional standards not only in Riva’s flybridge range but for the entire category. The exterior and interior is made by Officina Italiana Design and puts the emphasis on outdoor liveability and offers a new take on the interiors. The flybridge, one of the project’s highlights, was developed to accommodate three separate spaces: a central lounge complete with dinette and bar, a sunbathing area forward, and a lounge area. Aft on the main deck, there is a spacious, innovative beach club of unprecedented size for the category and with a generous sun pad.
The Y80 will make her world debut at the Cannes. In the tradition of the Y Line range, which includes the acclaimed Y72, Y85, and Y95, the Y80 emphasizes spaciousness, luxury, and customization. The Y80 adopts an understated design reminiscent of the established Y Class formula, featuring continuous window lines and an 'S'-shaped hardtop linking the flybridge and main deck. Outdoor entertainment remains a priority, offering three cockpit layouts: a U-shaped dining area, central table for eight, and the innovative 'Infinity Cockpit' by Princess. This 25.5m motor yacht impressively combines volume with elegant styling. The flybridge offers relaxation areas, dining, and a fully equipped wet bar. Owners can customize the layout, including options like a tender crane, sun loungers, or a spa bath. Below deck, four en-suite cabins comfortably accommodate eight guests, complemented by crew quarters.
In a pioneering move, Bluegame, a subsidiary of the Sanlorenzo Group, is set to introduce the world to a groundbreaking motor yacht category. The BGM75, conceived in 2020, is their inaugural twin-hull motor yacht, offering superior stability, ample space, and improved fuel efficiency. Bluegame emphasizes that this debutant is more than just a multihull; it represents a novel category. With a modest beam of 22.7m, a little over one-third of its total length, it deftly avoids the typical squared-off appearance of traditional catamarans, akin to the renowned BGX70 and BG72 models. In essence, the BGM75 is, above all, a luxurious and visually striking motor yacht that happens to boast two hulls.
The new Fly 72 will have its world debut at the 2023 Cannes Boat Show. Designed by Alberto Mancini on the outside and featuring interiors by Fabio Fantolino, known for his distinctive design style, this marks Fantolino's first venture into the nautical realm. His unique approach combines elegance, design, and technical finesse, creating a contemporary and sophisticated atmosphere for the New Fly 72. Meanwhile, Alberto Mancini brings his sporty design legacy to the yacht's exterior, introducing a clean aesthetic that enhances the Series' dynamic sculptural design.
Solaris Power 52 Open
Solaris Power is extending its lineup with the Solaris Power 52 Open, following the success of its smaller models. This 16-meter open speedboat captures the essence of Mediterranean-style boats, featuring spacious outdoor areas for relaxation and an elegant interior with two beautiful cabins. The boat's unique design promises a dry, stable, and comfortable ride, and it offers multiple cockpit layouts for owners to choose from, enhancing the overall experience.
Hailing from the newly emerged Centounoavi brand, which intriguingly translates to "one hundred and one boats," the Vespro is an Italian-made 55-footer. Founded by Marco Arnaboldi, son of Angelo Arnaboldi of AB Yachts, it marries contemporary aesthetics with speed, hitting a remarkable 56 knots (64 mph) at top speed, all thanks to 1,200 hp MAN diesels paired with MJP 350X waterjets. The Vespro serves as an ideal day boat or weekend cruiser, combining performance and style. Its construction features recycled materials and a streamlined hull design, achieving an efficient cruising speed of 50 knots with a relatively economical fuel consumption of eight liters per mile.
Credits: Yacht Harbour archive; provided by press services
The 32nd edition of the Monaco Yacht Show has returned with an impressive lineup of yachts. As the largest yachting show in Europe and a pinnacle event in the superyacht realm, this year's show focuses on promoting environmental innovations and educational trends within the industry. Monaco Yacht Show 2022With designated hubs for design, innovation, sustainability, and adventure, the show offers a comprehensive experience. The spotlight shines on the 120 superyachts gracing Port Hercules, drawing yacht owners, charterers, buyers, and enthusiasts worldwide. Valued at around USD 4.3 billion, these yachts represent iconic brands and create a networking and exploration hub. Alongside, the luxury 'Car Deck,' showcasing classic and custom vehicles, helicopters, personal submarines, and more, turns this event into a billionaire's paradise, offering a splendid end-of-summer celebration.Here are the 15 yachts that can’t be missed. Leona 80mBilgin YachtsBilgin Yachts presents its 80m Leona. Its striking bright-scarlet hull, earning it the moniker "the Red Bullet," ensures it stands out even at Port Hercules. Unique Yacht Design handles the exterior, while H2 Yacht Design takes charge of the interior. As the largest debut at Monaco this year, Leona is a part of the Bilgin 263 series, sharing features like a lifting transom and a spacious beach club pool with its sister ship, Tatiana. A remarkable feature includes Greek statues adorned with fiber optics, creating the illusion of a starry night sky.O'Rea77.7mGolden YachtsThe O'Rea exterior design, created by Studio Vafiadis, showcases a powerful profile with muscular lines that exude strength. Her contemporary interior is a collaborative work of art by Studio Vafiadis and the Italian studio Massari Design. O'Rea features a sculpted and architectural hatch that resembles a gate, adorned with black and metallic finishes that lend a modern touch to the entrance of her beach house.Alchemy66m RossinaviThis yacht is a result of fine collaboration between the Italian shipyard and Philippe Briand, Founder of Vitruvius Yachts, who is responsible for the exterior design of the vessel and the naval architecture, and Enrico Gobbi, Founder of Venice-based practice Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design, who was responsible for interior and outdoor spaces styling. The three-deck yacht has enough space for all owner’s wishes, her green and efficient design saves both fuel and emissions. Entourage60mAmelsDelivered in early 2023, the customized 60m Entourage will be on show for the first time. As the second superyacht in the Amels 60 range, she features exterior design by Monaco based Espen Oeino International and naval architecture by Damen Yachting. Her interior design was made by the Canadian design studio Burdifilek.57Steel56.7mSanlorenzoThe 57Steel, despite its 1050 GT tonnage, exemplifies Sanlorenzo's hallmark elegance. Collaborating with Studio Zuccon International Project for exterior architecture and Piero Lissoni for interiors, it's a Monaco Yacht Show 2023 premiere that reimagines traditional layouts. The wheelhouse, usually on the upper deck, now adorns an extra deck, featuring the owner's 55 sq. m cabin with panoramic views from the owner's deck. Piero Lissoni's architectural vision blends spaces, vertical elements, and his signature staircase. This reshuffle also creates a full-beam VIP cabin on the main deck and an expansive 150 sq. m beach area. The bow garage accommodates tenders up to 7.5 meters, with a 30 sq. m gym and sauna.Baglietto T5252mBagliettoThe 52m yacht was penciled by Francesco Paszkowski Design. The interiors were also designed by FPD in cooperation with Margherita Casprini. The yacht is fitted with a hybrid propulsion system that will allow it to choose a more efficient cruising mode, curbing both consumption and environmental impact. When cruising in electric diesel mode, the T52 can indeed boast a range of up to 7,600 nautical miles, and remain at anchor up to 10 hours relying on the batteries only.Jewels 53mTurquoise YachtsThe 53m Jewels featuring a captivating sky-blue hull, is sure to capture attention wherever it sails. This unique exterior design stems from a debut partnership between the Turkish builder and Miami's DeBasto Design. Inside, it offers accommodations for 12 guests, crafted by the British studio H2 Yacht Design. With a substantial volume of 720 gross tonnes, and equipped with a spa pool, a bar, and areas for relaxation.Anjelif50mColumbus Yachts50-meter full custom aluminum superyacht Anjelif’s exteriors and interiors were made by Marco Casali of Too-Design while the engineering is by the Palumbo Superyachts team. A model tailored to the needs of her experienced owner and packed with technical and stylistic innovations like the hybrid, diesel-electric propulsion. She has a lot to offer – from open-air cinema to touch-and-go helipad and spa. Grey50mTankoaThe latest superyacht in Tankoa's successful 50m all-aluminum series with the exterior lines by Francesco Paszkowski and the interior design by Giorgio Cassetta. In addition to her features, the owner chose to incorporate an awe-inspiring outdoor home cinema screen, which is strategically positioned in front of the swimming pool lounge on the foredeck.Alunya49.9mBenettiAlunya ia a 50-meter yacht and the second in the B.Now family to feature the Oasis Deck™. This innovative solution transforms the traditional stern swim platform with hydraulic terraces spanning the entire deck width, crafting a vast 110 sq. m beach club. Offering a seamless 270° aft view, it boasts a glass-walled infinity pool and various social spaces.UV II45mISA YachtsThe yacht has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Her naval engineering was handled by Palumbo Superyachts; Enrico Gobbi – Team for Design designed the exterior lines, and Luca Dini Design & Architecture penned the interior design. UV II is powered by 2 CAT C32 ACERT engines, each delivering 1300 hp for a top speed of 15.4 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. This Is It43.5mThe Italian Sea GroupThis Is It is the latest addition to the Tecnomar fleet, a 43.5-meter motor catamaran with approximately 750GT. This innovative catamaran combines tradition and innovation, offering a lifestyle concept defined by over 600 sq. m of impressive glass windows. Its aluminum superstructure and optimized hull lines enhance hydrodynamic efficiency, significantly reducing fuel consumption and emissions. Complying with IMO Tier III requirements, it employs exhaust gas treatment technology to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions. Inside, it boasts six cabins, a massage room, and a galley with polarized glass for events and show cooking.Fancy35m Nautor SwanThe Swan 108 Fancy boasts a full carbon hull and deck constructed with epoxy Sprint technology. Notably, it introduces a groundbreaking dual-acting transom door that expands the beach club area significantly without compromising interior space. The yacht's spacious saloon, illuminated by large potholes, offers a refined and intimate ambiance. Accommodating up to 9 guests, it includes a master suite, a VIP cabin, and two double cabins, one featuring an extra pullman bed.Sandbank34.1mGulf CraftThe Majesty 111 represents a harmonious collaboration between Gulf Craft and the Netherlands-based Phathom Studio. Phathom Studio's innovative exterior lines and refined interior design, combined with Gulf Craft's extensive yacht-building expertise, have given rise to a new generation of dynamic Majesty yachts. Featuring a unique 6-cabin layout and an expansive forward VIP cabin, this yacht redefines space utilization in its size category. It emphasizes seamless indoor-outdoor connections, offers panoramic views, a plunge pool on the foredeck, and integrates innovative energy-saving systems for efficient cruising and comfort. This yacht is a result of meticulous market research and trend forecasting for a global audience. Gulf Craft Announces European Debut of its Award-Winning Majesty 111 at Monaco Yacht Show 2023Sunreef 80 Eco23.8mSunreefSunreef Yachts presented the 80 Sunreef Power Eco, heralded as the world's most cutting-edge electric motor yacht. Pioneering green technology, including a groundbreaking solar panel system, powers this catamaran, setting new standards for eco-friendliness and energy efficiency. This four-cabin eco-catamaran showcases a smart energy management system, energy-efficient air conditioning, and sustainable linen furniture. Unique offerings include a bow deck hot tub, a concealed stern garage, and an alfresco gym.Credits: Amels; Bilgin Yachts; Gulf Craft; Nautor Swan; MYS; Sunreef; TISG; Yacht Harbour archive
September 26, 2023
Daroca Design aims to create a buzz at this year's Monaco Yacht Show with its latest concept, a 107-meter superyacht named Waves. Drawing inspiration from the sea, this Spanish studio designed the yacht with a pale blue hull reminiscent of ocean waves, contrasting a towering black superstructure.In collaboration with Bolidt, a maritime flooring specialist, Waves introduces two groundbreaking decking solutions. The first exhibits a captivating geometric pattern to provide a contemporary touch, while the second design embraces more organic, flowing lines inspired by nature.Daroca Design explained, "This collaboration goes beyond aesthetics, with these designs redefining luxury yacht interaction with their environment through the ingenious use of Bolidt materials."The yacht's exterior is equally remarkable, featuring a spacious aft deck with a large pool cascading to a swim platform below. The foredeck boasts a substantial helipad for sea arrivals and departures. The three upper decks offer numerous alfresco dining areas and lounges for entertainment.Credits: Daroca Design
September 26, 2023
Sanlorenzo will bring two yachts this year at the Monaco Yacht Show scheduled from 27 to 30 September 2023.57Steelphoto by Guillaume PlissonThe 57Steel, despite its 1050 GT tonnage, showcases Sanlorenzo's signature purity of form. The collaboration with Studio Zuccon International Project for exterior architecture and Piero Lissoni for interior design resulted in an innovative superyacht. Premiered at the Monaco Yacht Show 2023, it reimagines traditional layout configurations. The wheelhouse, typically on the upper deck, now resides on an additional deck, housing the owner's cabin, offering a 55 sq. m space with panoramic views from the owner deck. photo by Guillaume PlissonPiero Lissoni describes the yacht as an architectural creation, blending spaces, vertical elements, and his unique staircase. The redistribution of spaces has also allowed for a full-beam VIP cabin on the main deck and a vast 150 sq. m beach area. Placing the garage at the bow enables accommodation for tenders up to 7.5 meters, while a 30 sq. m gym and a sauna cater to the owner's well-being.AlloyImaginative spaces come to life through innovative redesigns, offering fresh perspectives. Alloy boasts an owner's cabin, a true private suite spanning three levels. Designed to enhance onboard living, this cabin occupies the main deck's spacious midsection. It comprises a sleeping area, a mezzanine-level lounge, another on the upper deck, a versatile indoor study, and a generous open area on the bow featuring a sundeck, Jacuzzi, and relaxation zones.Alloy seamlessly blends intimate spaces with social areas. It provides dedicated zones for the owner and guests, including four double cabins on the lower deck, a sun deck, and an expansive beach club housing a gym and an outdoor platform at water level, creating a seamless connection with the sea.The innovative concept and design are the result of collaborative efforts within the Sanlorenzo team. Zuccon International Project studio contributed to the exterior lines and concept development, while the interior design of the Alloy superyacht showcased in Monaco is by the German firm Ash.SP110The superyachts will share the space with SP110. A pioneering model, the first yacht in the smart performance range, SP110 is the result of the collaboration of a team of professionals at the highest levels of their individual skills: Bernardo Zuccon for the exteriors, Tilli Antonelli for product development at Sanlorenzo, Marco Arnaboldi for the hull design, Piero Lissoni for the interiors.The Sanlorenzo models will be joined by the Bluegame newcomer presented at the Cannes Yachting Festival, the BGM75, the first model in the new BGM range with which the Sanlorenzo Group brand enters the multihull segment.Sanlorenzo was founded in 1958 in Viareggio by yacht builder Gionvanni Jannetti. In 2005, Massimo Perrotti became the majority shareholder in the shipyard. Sanlorenzo builds yachts ranging from 28.60 to 73 meters in length. Credits: Sanlorenzo
September 25, 2023
Camper & Nicholsons has announced the sale of the 46.67m Sea Falcon II, with senior sales broker Jean-Marie Recamier and yacht sales advisor Jessica Ruez, introducing the buyer. The seller was represented by Edmiston.Built by Italian shipyard Puglia in 1993, Sea Falcon II underwent a major refit between 2015 and 2017. She can accommodate up to 11 guests across five cabins, including an owner’s cabin forward on the main deck with a large en suite with bathtub and shower, plus a further two double cabins and two twin cabins on the lower deck. Out on deck, there’s room for alfresco dining on the main deck aft, while the flybridge offers panoramic views either from the hot tub or the forward-facing bar area. When the two tenders are in use, the bridge deck aft becomes a large area for guest use. Credits: Camper & Nicholsons
September 25, 2023
This Rossinavi’s creation was made by collaboration between the Italian shipyard and Philippe Briand, Founder of Vitruvius Yachts, who is responsible for the exterior design of the vessel and the naval architecture. The interior and outdoor spaces styling was made by Enrico Gobbi, Founder of Venice-based practice Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design. Alchemy, who spreads across three decks, a testament to luxurious design and environmental responsibility. Commissioned by a discerning private client, this yacht is the embodiment of elegance, efficiency, and wellness-focused living.At the heart of Alchemy's innovation is its diesel-electric propulsion system, powered by pods. This cutting-edge design minimizes energy loss between the engines and navigation speed, making it an eco-conscious vessel.The client's vision was to maximize outdoor spaces and wellness aspects, resulting in over 330 sq. m of generously appointed outdoor areas spread across three decks. From hot tubs to sunpads, bars to barbecue areas, Alchemy offers unparalleled amenities. The bridge deck boasts a stylish saloon and alfresco dining, while the main deck features a spacious cockpit.For the adventurous at heart, Alchemy's garage is a treasure trove of water toys, tenders, paddleboards, windsurfs, water skis, inflatable docks, and even mountain bikes for onshore exploration.Internally, Alchemy's interior reflects tranquility and elegance. Enrico Gobbi's vision comes to life with a soothing color palette of beige and ivory, along with natural materials. The beach club, resembling a spa, features teak wood complemented by stainless steel and white marble with a matte finish.Lighting plays a pivotal role in creating ambiance, with indirect lights hidden behind panels and marbles, creating mesmerizing reflections. Natural teak, white natural stone surfaces, and prestigious steel detailing dominate the exterior design.A stunning suspended staircase in the main saloon, connecting the bridge to the upper deck, stands as a testament to design innovation. The guest cabins share common materials for ceilings but incorporate personal elements like artworks sourced from worldwide travels.What sets Alchemy apart is the lobby-free layout, where a central staircase connects the main and upper deck saloons, allowing unobstructed views down the length of the yacht. The owners' cabin, forward on the main deck, combines functionality and luxury, with open closets integrated into the cabin space, creating an office area as well.Alchemy's galley, built for three chefs, and a wine cellar that holds hundreds of bottles elevate the onboard dining experience. A full-beam gym, a vast array of water toys, an open-air wellness room, and a panoramic spa pool on the sundeck cater to all guest desires.Rossinavi's unique approach to diesel-electric propulsion, paired with naval architect Philippe Briand's commitment to efficiency, gives Alchemy a slender hull that glides through the water with minimal resistance. This green and efficient design saves both fuel and emissions.Rossinavi is an Italian manufacturer of custom steel and aluminum superyachts 28m in size and larger. The Rossi shipyard was founded in the 1970s and is located in Viareggio.Credits: Rossinavi
September 25, 2023