Last evening the International Superyacht Society (ISS) presented its annual design awards. Formally known as the ISS International Awards for Design & Leadership, the competition is open to every megayacht measuring 24 meters (80 feet) and larger launched within a given year.
This year’s winners are:
Best Power, 24 to 40 Meters: Northlander, 38.1 meters (125 feet), built and designed by Moonen Shipyards; naval architecture by Stolk Marimecs; interior design by Art-Line Interiors; styling by Rene van der Velden
Best Power, 40 to 65 Meters: Elandess, 60 meters (196 feet), built and designed by Abeking & Rasmussen; naval architecture by Abeking & Rasmussen; interior design by Bannenberg Rowell Design; styling by Donald Starkey Designs
Best Sail, 24 to 40 Meters: Chrisco, 30.48 meters (100 feet), built by CNB; design, naval architecture, and styling by Luca Brenta Yacht Design; interior design by Wetzels Brown Partners
Best Sail, 40 Meters+: Kokomo, 58 .4 meters (192 feet), built by Alloy Yachts; design, naval architecture, and styling by Dubois Naval Architects; interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon
Best Power, 65 Meters+: Sunrays (pictured), 85.4 meters (280 feet), built by Oceanco; naval architecture by Oceanco; design and interior design by Björn Johansson Design; interior design by Terence Disdale Design
Best Interior: Chrisco