The Superyacht Show 2019, one of the premium annual superyacht events will take place from May 8th to May 11th in Barcelona. The second edition of the show, following last year's success, will be held at OneOcean Port Vell marina. 



The Superyacht Show is being developed by the members of the Large Yacht Brokers Association (LYBRA), based in Monaco. This organisation comprises leading superyacht brokerage companies worldwide, such as Burgess, Edmiston, Fraser, IYC, Merle Wood & Associates, Northrop & Johnson, Ocean Independence, Yachtzoo and Y.CO.

Yacht Harbour takes a look at the not-to-miss superyachts confirmed for display at the show.



Builder: Perini Navi
Length: 88 m
Year: 2006


Maltese Falcon is an iconic yacht that had held the title of the world’s largest sailing yacht until Oceanco launched the Black Pearl in 2017.

Commissioned in 2000 by Tom Perkins, the late venture capitalist, the Maltese Falcon  took nearly six years to complete. Sold to hedge fund manager Elena Ambrosiadou at an asking price of €70 million in 2009, the 88-meter is now one of the largest yachts available for charter with a rate starting from €360,000 per week.

Maltese Falcon’ most innovative attribute became her sails that could rotate based on the direction of the wind. This was a first for the yachting industry. This innovative system allows the yacht to even sail against the wind. 

Maltese Falcon features a cruising speed of 16 knots. Meanwhile, in a storm in the Gulf of Lion, France she demonstrated a speed of 26 knots under sail alone.

Designed by Ken Freivokh, the Maltese Falcon was extensively refurbished in 2015/2016 during a refit. She can accommodate up to 12 guests on-board.



#2. Secret
Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
Length: 82 m
Year: 2013
Asking price: € 119,000,000


A 82.3-metre motor yacht Secret was launched by Abeking & Rasmussen in 2013. She has received full repainting in 2017.

Featuring interiors by Jim Harris and exterior styling by Sam Sorgiovanni, Secret is trademarked with a cinema, gymnasium, massage room, Jacuzzi, At Anchor Stabilisers, and an elevator.

The yacht offers accommodation to up to 15 guests within 7 cabins on-board with a VIP suite and an extra guest-finished cabin for 3 children or staff. There is also accommodation space for up to 23 crew members.

Powered by Caterpillar engines, she can cruise at 14 knots with a range of 5,000 nautical miles, reaching a maximum speed of 16.5 knots.

Secret was rumoured to belong to Nancy Walton Laurie, American businesswoman
and heiress to the Walmart fortune, who is estimated by Forbes at $5.7 billion. Nonetheless, the yacht was put for sale in January 2019, asking € 119,000,000 with Burgess.




#3. Seahawk
Builder: Perini Navi
Length: 60m
Year: 2013
Asking price: € 32,000,000


All-aluminium sailing yacht Seahawk features Perini Navi in-house exteriors and naval architecture developed in collaboration with Ron Holland Design, along with interiors by French studio Liaigre. She offers accommodation to 12 guests within 6 cabins.

With a beam of 11.4 metres and a draft of 12.3 metres, she has an aluminium hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 491 tons. Seahawk reaches a maximum speed of 15.50 knots and cruises comfortably at 13 knots. 

Following her 2018 refit, Seahawk has been listed for sale asking €32,000,000.




Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
Length: 78 m
Year: 2013
Asking price: € 80,000,000


Initially built for American businessman Herb Chambers, the project was sold right before delivery in 2008. Classified by Lloyds, Eminence features a beam of 12.4 metres and a draft of 3.2 metres along with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 2054 tonnes. 

Eminence offers accommodation to up to 14 guests in 7 cabins, within interiors and exteriors by Reymond Langton.

Powered by Caterpillar 3516 DITA engines of 2000 HP each, the yacht reaches a maximum speed at 16 knots and cruises comfortably at 14 knots for 6,000 nautical miles.

She is asking € 80,000,000 with Burgess.



#5. Solo 
Builder: Tankoa
Length: 72m
Year: 2018


The yacht was launched in August 2018, making her international debut at the Monaco Yacht Show the same year. 

Designed by Francesco Paszkowski in collaboration with Margherita Casprini, Solo’s interiors represent blend of contemporary and timeless air. Her spacious main and upper salons provide relaxation zones with large plush seating areas, along with a dazzling baby grand piano and numerous entertainment options.

The yacht’s six staterooms can accommodate up to 12 guests, including a spacious VIP, two doubles and two twins. The master suite is fitted with a private terrace complete with sunpads and a Jacuzzi with panoramic views. 

On the skylounge aft, there is a swimming pool and a private dance floor, which easily converts to a touch-and-go helipad. 

Solo’s beach club, meanwhile, represents a spacious and welcoming space with sofa, bar, TV, oversized glass walled gym with fold-out terrace, bathroom, sauna (also fitted with its own fold-out terrace) and hammam.



#6. Anna I
Builder: Feadship
Length: 67 m
Year: 2007
Asking price:  € 65,000,000


The 67-metre Anna I with exterior and interior styling by Michael Leach was delivered by Feadship  in 2007. She offers accommodation for up to 17 guests in six cabins along with 17 crew members. 

The yacht’s exteriors are trademarked with several al fresco relaxing and dining zones, including a sundeck equipped with a Jacuzzi, drinks fridge and sunloungers. Anna I is also fitted with split-level master suite with upper deck viewing lounge, and a wellness centre on the upper deck complete with gym, massage room and marble steam room.

Thanks to twin 2682 HP Caterpillar engines, she can reach a top speed of 16.7 knots and has a generous range of 5,100 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 13 knots.

The motor yacht is currently listed for sale for €65,000,000.




Builder: Feadship
Length: 68 m
Year: 2010
Asking price: $69,000,000


Built by Feadship in 2010, Lady Christine features a beam of 12.5 metres and a draft of 3.6 metres. Within exteriors by De Voogt and Art Deco interiors by Rodney Black, Lady Christine is combined of steel hull and aluminium superstructure. 

The yacht with interior volume of 1,608 tons can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 cabins on-board. Her key features include a fully certified helipad for EC130 with onboard refueling, full-beam dining room and piano bar, along with a vast split-level owner’s deck with observation salon, his and her offices and a private terrace. 

Powered by engines of 1,770 HP, the vessel reaches maximum speed at15 knots, cruising comfortably at 13 knots. 

Lady Christine is listed for sale asking $69,000,000.




Builder: Nobiskrug
Length: 68 m
Year: 2006
Aking price: € 44,900,000


The 68-metre yacht was built in 2016 by German shipyard Nobiskrug. She is a winner of 2007 International Superyacht Society Awards in Best Power 43m+ category. Triple Seven underwent a refit in 2014 and full repaint at Pinmar in 2016.

The yacht’s design was developed by Newcruise Design. Triple seven is trademarked with an expansive beach club, large sundeck Jacuzzi, custom storage and well-equipped garage featuring a dive room, a 8 and 9-metre tenders and other toys.

Powered by MTU engines of 2360 HP, Triple seven reaches her maximum speed at 17 knots, while cruising comfortably at 15 knots. Her maximum range is estimated at 10000 nautical miles

The yacht was sold in 2013 to Alexander Abramov asking €39,750,000. Mr Abramov, meanwhile, is the chairman of Evraz steel company with his net worth estimated at $6.4 billion by Forbes. In March 2018, Triple Seven was listed for sale through Burgess asking € 44,900,000. 

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