Twenty-four yachts are confirmed for next month’s edition of The Superyacht Show. Focusing once again on yacht buyers and charterers, the select showcase is a more relaxed way to consider your next ownership or vacation option. The six superyachts to see that we mention below are a mix of brokerage yachts and charter yachts. Each can kick your summer season off to a strong start.
The Superyacht Show occurs May 8 to 11 at OneOcean Port Vell in Barcelona. Inaugurated in 2018, The Superyacht Show is purposely small, compared to the numerous yacht shows around the world. It resulted because members of the Large Yacht Brokers Association (LYBRA), a trade organization, felt they did not have enough quality time with clients and potential clients at these traditional events. They also noted that traditional boat shows have a strong, growing b-to-b element, by nature. Because of these reasons, LYBRA members believed that their customers needed a better experience.
The Superyacht Show strives for a calm, comfortable atmosphere for buyers and charterers. Without further ado, here are six superyachts to see at The Superyacht Show.
Maltese Falcon (above). One of the most successful charter yachts around, this 289-footer (88-meter) receives rave reviews for her sailing prowess, and comfort. Come nighttime, you can watch movies under the stars, projected on one of her sails.
Secret. At 271 feet (82.48 meters), Secret (below) has big spaces across five decks and shows off bold, contemporary design throughout. For sale and for charter, she’s further ideal for families with children, featuring a dedicated kids’ cabin.
Solo. Solo is among the superyachts to see at The Superyacht Show because she, too, is quite successful on the charter market. The 236-footer (72-meter) is uber-sophisticated, yet uber-suited to lounging in the beach club, transitioning to evenings of relaxed cocktails. For even more about her, read our “Megayacht News Onboard” feature.
Triple Seven. Measuring 66.74 meters (219 feet), Triple Seven cleverly features seven windows forward in the owner’s suite on the main deck. Yet another highlight: a hot tub and sunpads perched fully forward on her uppermost deck. She’s for sale.
Ronin. When this 192-foot (58.5-meter) splashed in 1993, she was most unusual for her time in both LOA and looks. Angular and rugged, she bears styling by Sir Norman Foster. Still a head-turner today, she’s further capable of speeds upwards of 30 knots. Ronin is for sale.
Endeavour 2. Performance-minded buyers will appreciate that Endeavour 2 features diesel-electric propulsion. That’s one big reason we consider her among the top superyachts to see at The Superyacht Show. In addition, this 164-footer (49.9-meter), which is for sale, has a serene Achille Salvagni interior.
Tickets are available in advance as well as the days of The Superyacht Show.
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