The Palm Beach International Yacht Show 2019 is scheduled for March 28-31 this year. The show will highlight yachts and day boats worth in the whole more than $1 billion, displayed along with entertaining activities, live music and floating lounge zones. As the X date approaches, Yacht Harbour overviews the largest vessels to be seen at the event.




Length:
50 m

Builder:
 Christensen

Asking price: $33,750,000

A three-deck motor yacht Chasseur was launched by American yard Christensen in 2016. With interior volume of 499 GT, her contemporary interior styling was developed by VARO Interior Design studio based in Vancouver. The yacht’s exterior styling and naval architecture were developed in-house. 

She is trademarked with a silver hull, a 9-metre beam and light GRP construction ensure spacious sitting areas for the guests at the waterline. As to her accommodation capacity, Chasseur can house up to 12 guests on board within six suites, including a full-beam master suite.


#4 
Lazy Z



Length:
51,4 m

Builder: Oceanco

Asking price: $16,900,000

Built by 
Oceanco in 1997, this yacht features a steel hull and aluminum superstructure within a beam of 9,45 metres. She underwent two significant refits in 2015 and 2017, marking interior improvements and installation of new MTU engines. Powered by the latter, Lazy Z can reach her maximum speed at 17 knots and cruises comfortably at 15 knots. Interior volume amounts to 638 GT. 

The yacht’s exterior design was developed by Richard Hein, with interior design commissioned to The A Group. Up to 12 guests can be comfortably accommodated in 6 cabins on-board, as well as 12 crew members.


#3 Elixir



Length:
55 m

Builder: Amels

Asking price: €38,900,000

Elixir was delivered by Dutch shipyard Amels in 2016. Her exterior design concept was developed by Tim Heywood, with interior designed by Laura Sessa. Her owner contributes to modern interior look with jet black gloss and stainless steel around the superstructure. 

The magnificent outdoor spaces include a huge Sun Deck, folding bulwarks for Main Deck indoor dining with an al fresco feeling, along with the owner's Suite balcony. 




Length:
58,82 m 

Builder: Feadship

Asking price: $16,900,000

The yacht was built by Feadship in 1986. With her interior volume of 702 GT, she features steel hull and aluminum superstructure within a 9,51-meter beam. The yacht’s total gross tonnage makes up 702 tons. Minderella reaches her maximum speed at 16 knots and cruises comfortably at 13,5 knots. Her accommodation capacity enables having up to 10 guests in 5 cabins. Her exterior design was developed by De Voogt, with her interior design elaborated by Terence Disdale.

# 1.  Excellence V



Length:
60m


Asking price: €69,500,000

The leader of the list was built in 2012 by Abeking & Rasmussen for American billionaire Herb Chambers. Moving all the way up from a 30ft Trojan fishing boat in the 70s, the automotive dealership mogul held Excellence V as his flagship since it was built. The 60-meter is now for sale as Chambers prepares to take delivery of a 88-meter yacht in build at Abeking.

Excellence V features multiple on-board amenities, including a dedicated cinema and waterfront gym, oversized beach club, full owner's deck and multiple outdoor lounge areas with spa pool. Excellence V can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins on-board.

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