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Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht

  • Year: 2021 guests
  • Shipyard: Sunseeker
  • Asking price for sale: 2.890.000 EUR

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  • LOA: 17.21M
  • Year: 2018 guests

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Merrick SR 52

  • LOA: 16.10M
  • Shipyard: Windy guests
  • Asking price for sale: 1.150.000 EUR

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  • LOA: 27.43M
  • Year: 2004/2020 guests
  • Shipyard: Bon Pelley Entreprises
  • Asking price for sale: 1.950.000 USD

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  • LOA: 37.50M
  • Year: 2010 guests
  • Shipyard: Bilgin Yachts
  • Asking price for sale: 4.900.000 EUR

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Cougar 6.5m tender

  • Year: 2012 guests
  • Shipyard: Custom Tenders Ltd
  • Asking price for sale: 35,000 EUR

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  • LOA: 26.70m
  • Shipyard: Sanlorenzo
  • Asking price for sale: POA

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Virgin Gold

  • LOA: 23.67M
  • Shipyard: Horizon Yachts guests
  • Asking price for sale: 1.800.000 EUR

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  • Shipyard: Cheoy Lee guests
  • Year: 2008/2019
  • Asking price for sale: 2.800.000 EUR

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  • LOA: 26.00M
  • Shipyard: Benetti guests
  • Year: 1974/2003/2010/2018
  • Asking price for sale: 900.000 USD

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2 Rue du Gabian

98 000 Monaco

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The yacht-spotter's guide to the F1 Monaco Grand Prix

Every year, Monaco’s Grand Prix pulls in some of the fleet’s finest superyachts for a weekend of adrenaline-fuelled F1 action and A-lister events in the heart of the principality. Yachts moored stern to the circuit have a premium vantage point over the cars tearing around the track, while superyachts at anchor can enjoy all the Formula One buzz with the added benefit of privacy and seclusion. 

BOAT takes a closer look at the superyachts spotted near the event...


Length : 111.9m Builder : Freire

Renaissance is the largest private yacht built in Spain and one of the world's most expensive charter yachts . Which is quite the feat for Freire, a commercial shipyard that has built only one private yacht in the past. With 7,200GT to play with, her list of amenities include a sushi bar, a dedicated hair and beauty salon, a ballet bar with a mirror for stretching and two cinemas – one indoor, one outdoor. The owner's deck is described as "palatial" and comes with its own a media room, a lounge with bar and dining and a private terrace with a Jacuzzi for six.

Length : 52.1m Builder : Sanlorenzo

Spotted pulling into port with a Bugatti on the aft, Seven Sins is the perfect yacht for soaking up the Formula One action. She is part of Sanlorenzo's hugely successful 52Steel series, with features including a glass-bottomed pool on the aft that floods the beach club below with light. Her palatial interior design offers plenty of space for kicking back and watching the races in a more relaxed setting and her sharp Officina Italiana Design exterior is sure to attract attention in Monaco harbour. 

Length : 90m Builder : Benetti

Lionheart was launched in 2016 as the shipyard's largest build to date, though she was surpassed by the 107-metre Mar (ex Lana ) four years later. She was the third yacht to be ordered from Benetti by the same owner, Sir Philip Green. While her curvy exterior and private balconies will be visible to those visiting Port Hercule this weekend, interiors have always been shrouded in secrecy. It is known that  Stefano Natucci  collaborated with Benetti on the exterior design and Green & Mingarelli Design  is responsible for the interior design.


Length : 87.8m   Builder : Feadship

Created with family use in mind, Fountainhead features a recreation room and library that can be converted into cabins to supplement the six existing guest cabins and owner's suite. She was designed by De Voogt Naval Architects and Sinot Yacht Design , though "a signature blend of art, antiques and aesthetics" by Belgian artist Axel Vervoordt are also displayed throughout.  Leisure highlights include a fully-equipped gym with health club, a contra-flow swimming pool and a tender garage that houses wave runners, kayaks, surfboard and diving equipment, among others. The superyacht is named after the famous novel by Ayn Rand.

Coral Ocean

Length : 72.6m Builder : Lürssen

A World Superyacht Award winner, Coral Ocean earned the judges' commendation following a sensitive, multi-million refit that converted the heritage vessel into a successful charter platform. All deck spaces were upgraded, including a reimagined sundeck that now houses a glass-sided spa pool, sunbathing and observation deck and a central deckhouse with a television lounge, dining area and bar. Coral Ocean was one of the largest launches of 1994 and her secrecy for the first two decades of her life solidified her as an icon for the German shipyard. She is owned by Australian garbage waste disposal giant Ian Malouf. 

Length : 72m   Builder : Lürssen

Delivered in 2006, Titania  (ex Apoise ) was put up for auction by her owner in 2010 and was snapped up for €33.75 million – roughly half the estimated value – by Phones4U tycoon John Caudwell. He then went on to refit, lengthen and rename the superyacht, which he discusses in an exclusive interview with BOAT International . Designed by Espen Øino and Francois Zuretti , the Lürssen was the star yacht in season six of The Crown and is a popular charter yacht. No wonder, as she sports a beach club that can be converted into a nightclub, an onboard masseuse and beautician and an impressive array of watersports – including a waterpark and a 12.7-metre slide.

Length : 70m Builder : Royal Denship

Force Blue first hit the water in 2002 as the 63.3-metre Big Roi , a trawler-style expedition yacht that has since been refitted to varying degrees. The most recent work was done at Lusben in 2022 and involved a seven-metre stern extension to allow for a large, wrap-around swim platform. The main deck was extended in the process as well. Design highlights include a black-tiled spa (with heated massage table), a cinema, a barbecue and dining area that turns into a disco and a dining room that doubles as a conference space. An elevator serves all decks.

Length : 67.5m Builder : Icon Yachts

The flagship of the Dutch shipyard, Loon (ex Icon ) is now anchored in Port Hercule where she is likely to cause another social media sensation . She was delivered in 2010 to a design by RWD , with clean, contemporary interiors by Studio Linse . A raised main deck pool is one of her many highlights with two panels of glass that filter natural light into the beach club below. A bar, gym, massage room and sauna are also found at this level. Loon was sold to a new owner in April 2023, after which she joined the charter fleet with IYC .

Length : 66m   Builder : Oceanco

AHS has undergone numerous name changes (she was sold and renamed mostly recently in January ) but started life as Dilbar in 2005. A successful charter yacht, she can be easily distinguished in port by her classic canoe stern. An interior by the late Alberto Pinto provides accommodation across eight cabins, including a full-beam owner's suite with its own lounge and adjoining private office. Other highlights include an outdoor cinema, a beamy sundeck with 19,000-litre pool and a helipad that transforms into a sun lounge.

Length : 49.9m Builder : Zepter

The Croatian yard's first superyacht offering, JoyMe is usually berthed in Cap d’Ail but has been sighted in Monaco for the past two Grands Prix. She’s one of the most recognisable yachts at the event, with her custom red and white exterior and unusual eye motif – said to be the eyes of the commissioning owner’s daughter. Leisure highlights include a Pop Art-inspired interior by  Marijana Radovic , a sundeck with a 3.5-metre Jacuzzi and a lower deck arranged with a gym, Finnish sauna and Hammam spa with sea views. Accommodation is across five cabins, including the "VIP deck" owner's cabin which has a walk-in bathroom, lounge and private sunbathing platform on the bow.

Length : 45.2m Builder : Royal Hakvoort

The most recent delivery on the list, Milele is one of this year's World Superyacht Award winners . According to the judges, she stood out thanks to her "incredible build quality” and surprising spaces on board. Most notable of these is the innovative foredeck garage, which stores a submarine and crane, and has a full entertainment suite with a large television screen built into its hatch. She was designed inside and out by Omega Architects with an efficient hull design by Van Oossanen Naval Architects .

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Luxury Yacht Charter Monaco

Sunset view over the lavish cityscape of Monaco, a premier destination for luxury yacht charters on the French Riviera

Monaco reigns supreme as the unquestioned summer playground for luxury yacht charters.

Glide into the sparkling waters surrounding the Principality of Monaco aboard a luxury yacht charter and step ashore to soak up the party atmosphere. Monaco is the epitome of glamor and one of the most exclusive capitals in the world.

With a long history of glitz and glamor, Monte Carlo – the principality’s most exclusive district – has been a magnet for the rich and famous for centuries. Offering gastronomic delights, iconic nightlife, and designer boutiques, a yacht charter in Monaco is a mecca of luxury. Monaco may be one of the smallest countries in the world, second only to Vatican City, but it manages to pack in everything you could wish for and more.

Northrop & Johnson is a leading Monaco yacht brokerage with access to the world’s finest luxury yachts for charter, including motor yachts, sailing vessels, catamarans, expedition vessels, and mega yachts, including those built by the best European shipyards.

Our offices in Monaco are located just moments away from Port Hercule, home to the world’s finest superyachts, with our Monaco yacht charter brokers boasting unrivaled expertise and in-depth destination experience. We excel at creating bespoke itineraries that guarantee an incredible getaway on the water. Contact our team today if you would like to experience a Monaco yacht charter.

The best things to see and do in Monaco

Despite its compact size, Monaco is a luxury destination with a superb selection of things to see and do.

Even if you don’t want a flutter, the famed Monte-Carlo Casino is well worth visiting, located in the Golden Square, Monaco’s most exclusive address. Order a martini at the bar and admire the Belle Epoque building, designed by Charles Garnier and Jules Dutrou, with its many chandeliers and frescoes. Next door, the gilded Hôtel de Paris houses Alain Ducasse’s Michelin-starred Le Louis XV. Alternatively, the late Joël Robuchon’s eponymous restaurant is just a short stroll away at the equally elegant Hôtel Métropole.

This city is also well known for partying, whether aboard your superyacht or in the town at venues such as Sass Cafe, Twiga, or Jimmy’z nightclub.

For those who love to shop, Monaco is a dream with its collection of designer boutiques housed along with Monaco’s Avenue de Monte-Carlo, Avenue des Beaux-Arts, and the Allées Lumières center. From Piaget to YSL and all the other LVMH brands, among many others, there is no bona fide international designer without a boutique in the principality.

For those looking for a bit of pampering while on a Monaco superyacht charter, two spas rule the well-being scene in Monte Carlo: The Spa Metropole by Givenchy at the Metropole Monte Carlo and the Thérmes Marins Monte Carlo, which boasts a vast menu of thalassotherapy experiences.

For those wanting to stretch their sea legs, Monaco has something to offer all fitness capabilities. Wander the old town’s narrow streets in Monaco-Ville and visit the Prince’s Palace and Saint Nicholas Cathedral. If you are a fan of Grace Kelly, head to the rose garden in Fontvieille Park, built in her memory. For additional space in Monaco, check out the Jardin Exotique de Monaco and the Japanese Gardens.

Golf enthusiasts are in for a treat as well, with the Golf Club de Monte Carlo and the Monte Carlo Country Club. Both offer excellent courses with panoramic views over the Mediterranean Sea.

Monaco Grand Prix Yacht Charter

One of the most popular times to enjoy a Monaco luxury yacht charter is during the famed Formula One Monaco Grand Prix, which takes place every year in late May or early June. The Monaco Grand Prix is considered Formula One’s most challenging and prestigious, with the race taking place on the streets of Monte Carlo.

A luxury yacht charter during the Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most coveted reservations in the world. With a yacht berthed in Port Hercules just moments from the track, you will enjoy the best seats in the house, taking in the exciting and exhilarating race right from the deck of your luxury charter yacht.

Yachts book up fast for the Monaco Grand Prix, so we recommend reserving your yacht up to a year in advance. Northrop & Johnson has access to the finest collection of  Monaco Grand Prix yachts for charter  and can secure coveted berths right by the track. We can also make all arrangements for corporate hospitality. Contact our team today.

Get in touch with a yacht broker in Monaco?

Northrop & Johnson is a leading international yacht brokerage with access to the best and most luxurious yachts for charter, including in Monaco. With offices in the heart of Monaco, just moments away from Port Hercule, our yacht charter brokers in Monaco boast unparalleled Monte Carlo expertise and market intelligence. We take pride in listening to our client’s needs and crafting exceptional charter itineraries in and around Monaco. Rent a superyacht in Monaco and enjoy the ultimate vacation on the water. Contact our yacht brokers in Monaco today if you want to charter a luxury yacht in Monaco. We will be thrilled to assist you on your yachting journey.

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Charter Highlights Monaco

  • Take a tour of the French Riviera by helicopter for an incredible view of the coast
  • Enjoy a drink at the Hôtel Hermitage: one of the best views of the port is from the terrace at the Crystal Bar
  • Venture up to the Royal Palace in Monaco's old town. The palace is home to the Grimaldi family, who have ruled the principality for over eight centuries, making them Europe's longest-ruling royal family
  • Indulge at the Spa Metropole by Givenchy, Hôtel Metropole
  • Experience Le Bar Americain followed by exceptional fine dining at Le Louis XV - Alain Ducasse at L'Hôtel de Paris Monaco, a 3 Michelin-starred restaurant, considered the best restaurant in Monaco
  • Roll the dice at the iconic Casino Monte Carlo
  • Learn about the ocean and its marine life at the Oceanographic Museum
  • Feel the need for speed during a Monaco Grand Prix yacht charter
  • Dance the night away at Jimmy’Z, Monaco's most exclusive nightclub
  • See and be seen at the legendary Sass Café, a known billionaire and jet-set celebrity hangout famed for its glamorous decor, big-name DJs, private tables, and exclusive entry. The bar was opened in 1993 by owner Sassa, with his family, including Samy Sass, continuing to welcome guests
  • Shop the designer boutiques around the Carre d'Or or Golden Square, as well as at the Metropole shopping center, known for its beautiful chandeliers, extensive use of marble, and upscale shopping experience
  • Visit the newly developed Larvotto beach and enjoy a cocktail at one of the many beach bars with views of the Mediterranean Sea
  • Cruise the Cote d'Azur coastline, dropping anchor at refined French Riviera hotspots and beautiful bays and beaches, lapped by the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea

Monaco Yacht Charter Itinerary

For a full list of all available itineraries & excursions, or to chart your own course please inquire.

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Best Yachts for Charter in Monaco

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The Principality of Monaco is situated along the Cote d’Azur, one of the world’s most coveted stretches of coastline. The city state’s prime location between the French Riviera and Italy gives it star appeal, attracting the world’s most discerning yachting enthusiasts.

When is the Monaco yachting season?

The famed Monaco Grand Prix in May signals the start of the Monaco yacht charter season, with yachts arriving from far and wide. The season runs until the end of September, with the Monaco Yacht Show typically heralding the season’s close when many yachts start the journey to the Caribbean. The high season in Monaco is during July and August. Booking as far ahead as possible is advised to secure the best yachts.

Where can I berth my yacht in Monaco?

Monaco has several berthing options, whether you are chartering a motor yacht, sailing boat, or multi-hull vessel such as a catamaran.

Port Hercule

Port Hercule is, without question, Monaco’s most famous port. This deep-water port is located at the foot of the principality’s legendary Rocher, providing 760 berths, including 30 visitor berths. Alongside a wealth of service providers, restaurants, and bars, Port Hercule is also home to the exclusive Yacht Club de Monaco, a social hub with yachting enthusiasts and Monaco residents.

Port de Fontvieille

Port de Fontvieille is a smaller port located in the district of Fontvieille. The port offers mooring for 290 boats and boasts a good selection of service providers, bars, and restaurants. Notably, the Fontvieille district is home to the Monaco heliport, which provides swift transfers to the Nice Cote d’Azur airport.

Cala del Forte

While not technically in the Principality of Monaco, Cala del Forte is operated by Monaco Ports and is located just across the border in Ventimiglia, Italy. The port boasts 178 berths alongside a range of marina services, shops, and restaurants. When you berth in this world-class yacht, you can utilize the dedicated electric boat shuttle service, which provides regular transfers to Monaco, just 7.9 nautical miles away. From Cala del Forte, you can also enjoy direct access to the historic town of Ventimiglia Alta.

How much does a Monaco superyacht charter cost?

The cost of a yacht charter in Monaco will depend on several factors, including your choice of yacht, length of charter experience, and cruising itinerary. The larger and more prestigious the vessel, the more expensive the yacht rental will be. Expect the entry point for a luxury crewed charter in Monaco to start at around US$50,000 for a week, rising to in excess of one million for the world’s finest superyachts and mega yachts. If you want to enjoy a luxury yacht charter in Monaco, the team at Northrop & Johnson will be delighted to assist you. Our yacht charter brokers will select your ideal yacht and craft an incredible getaway in Monaco, including arranging reservations at the principality’s most exclusive restaurants, beach clubs, and spas. Contact us today.

What amenities can I expect aboard a Monaco yacht rental?

The amenities aboard every Monaco yacht rental will differ depending on your choice of vessel. Typical amenities you can expect aboard a luxury superyacht include:

  • Swimming pool
  • Cinema room
  • Spacious salons and deck spaces
  • Professional kitchen
  • Helipad or helicopter hangar with fueling facilities
  • Garage with tenders and water toys
  • Fully equipped gym
  • Spa facilities, such as a treatment room, beauty salon, sauna and hammam

How many crew will there be?

The number of crew will vary depending on the size of the vessel; however, at a minimum, you can expect a crew of at least four, including a captain, deckhand, stew or stewardess, and a chef. Aboard larger superyachts, you can expect a crew of around 10, including specialist crew members such as personal trainers and spa therapists, with the largest yachts boasting a crew in excess of 20.

Where can I cruise to on a Monaco yacht?

A Monaco yacht charter opens up some spectacular cruising options along the Côte d’Azur, all of which can be enjoyed on a day charter. Popular hotspots along the French Riviera and within easy reach of the principality include:

  • Roequebrune-Cap-Martin
  • Cap d’Ail
  • Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat
  • Villefranche-sur-Mer
  • Cap d’Antibes
  • Iles de Lerins
  • Iles de Porquerolles

When you book a luxury yacht charter in Monaco with Northrop & Johnson, you will benefit not only from a superb selection of the world’s finest vessels but also from our destination expertise. Our team of Monaco yacht brokers will go out of their way to craft an incredible charter itinerary in Monaco and the French Riviera that is bespoke to you. Contact our Monaco team today or browse our luxury yachts for charter along the Côte d’Azur.

What are some top Monaco events?

Some of the most prestigious events in Monaco on the yachting calendar include:

  • Rolex Masters , April
  • F1 Monaco Grand Prix , late May, early June
  • Monaco Yacht Show , every September

If you want to charter a luxury yacht during any of the above Monaco events, the team at Northrop & Johnson will be delighted to assist you. Browse our collection of private yachts for charter in Monaco, or contact your chosen Northrop & Johnson yacht charter broker.

Which airport will I fly into for my luxury yacht charter?

Monaco is one of the few countries in the world that does not boast its own airport. Most charter guests will fly into the nearby Nice Cote d’Azur airport in the Alpes-Maritimes department of France. This large international airport provides access to a wide range of international destinations via commercial airline or private jet. Nice airport’s General Aviation Terminal offers the utmost privacy and exclusivity for those traveling by private jet, while helicopter services provide seamless transfers from the airport directly to the Monaco heliport or your crewed yacht if it has helicopter landing facilities.

What's the weather like in Monaco?

Monaco boasts a pleasant, year-round Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and mild winters.

Average air temperatures in Monaco

  • Winter (December to February) : During the winter months, temperatures in Monaco typically range from around 8°C (46°F) to 14°C (57°F). Winter is the wettest season, with occasional rainfall.
  • Spring (March to May) : Spring sees a gradual increase in temperatures. Average temperatures range from approximately 11°C (52°F) to 18°C (64°F) during this period.
  • Summer (June to August) : The summer months in Monaco are warm and dry. Average temperatures range from about 21°C (70°F) to 26°C (79°F). However, temperatures can occasionally exceed 30°C (86°F) during heatwaves.
  • Fall (September to November) : Fall is characterized by mild temperatures. Average temperatures during this season range from around 15°C (59°F) to 22°C (72°F).

Average sea temperatures in Monaco

  • Winter (December to February) : Sea temperatures are at their coolest during the winter months, ranging from around 13°C (55°F) to 15°C (59°F). The Mediterranean Sea tends to be cooler during this time.
  • Spring (March to May) : Sea temperatures start to rise in spring. During this season, you can expect sea temperatures to be in the range of 14°C (57°F) to 17°C (63°F).
  • Summer (June to August) : Summer brings the warmest sea temperatures to Monaco. The Mediterranean Sea can reach temperatures ranging from 20°C (68°F) to 26°C (79°F) during the peak summer months.
  • Fall (September to November) : Sea temperatures begin to gradually cool down in the fall. They typically range from around 19°C (66°F) to 15°C (59°F) during this season.

What is the currency in Monaco?

While Monaco is not formally part of the European Union or the European Economic Area, it has adopted the Euro as its official currency. Debit and credit cards are widely accepted, offering a seamless way to pay for goods and services.

Who is the Monaco princely family?

As an independent sovereign country, Monaco is governed by a royal family. The Grimaldi family has governed Monaco since 1297.

Prince Albert II

Monaco is currently ruled by Prince Albert II, who ascended to the throne on July 12, 2005. He was the only son of Prince Rainer III and Princess Grace of Monaco, also known as Grace Kelly, a legendary Hollywood movie star. His siblings are Princess Caroline of Monaco and Princess Stephanie of Monaco.

Princess Charlene

Princess Charlene is the wife of Prince Albert II. Prior to her marriage to Prince Albert II in July 2011, she was an Olympic swimmer representing South Africa. Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene have two children, twins Princess Gabriella and Prince Jacques, born in December 2014.

Can I visit the Monte-Carlo Casino while on a yacht charter?

Yes, the Monte-Carlo Casino is an iconic attraction and one of the many highlights of a Monaco yacht charter. The casino is renowned for its stunning Belle Epoque architecture as well as the fleet of rare and highly coveted supercars that are often found parked outside. Gambling is strictly for visitors to Monaco only (Monaco residents are forbidden by law to gamble), and there are strict entry conditions. Entry is only for those aged 18 years and over, and ID must be presented. Smart attire is also essential. For those wishing to enjoy an elevated experience, there are several private gaming rooms that welcome members and VIP players, such as the Salle Blanche, providing an exclusive and intimate atmosphere with views of the glittering Mediterranean Sea.

Do I need a visa to enter Monaco?

US passport holders traveling to Monaco do not need a visa to enter Monaco for up to a 90-day stay. However, you must have a valid passport, one that is valid for at least six months beyond your date of exit, and hold proof of onward travel within the maximum 90-day timeframe. Northrop & Johnson will be able to ensure you have the necessary documents to enter Monaco legally.

What is the official language in Monaco?

The official language in Monaco is French; however, you’ll also hear Monegasque spoken, Monaco’s traditional language, which has its roots in Genoese. English is also widely spoken.

What is the internet connection like in Monaco?

The internet connection in Monaco is superb, with the principality frequently securing the top position in terms of internet speed, with an average download speed of 319.59 Mbps, making it one of the fastest in the world. Visitors to Monaco can also use several public wifi access points, including at the Place du Casino.

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ONLY ONE Yacht for Charter

ONLY ONE is a beautiful superyacht for charter . Having been built in 2008 by the renowned Italian shipyard Overmarine, she has been maintained to perfection and is in turnkey condition.

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  • Length 28.30m / 92.84ft
  • Number of guests 10
  • Guest cabins 4
  • Region Western Mediterranean
  • Builder Overmarine
  • Cruising speed 27 knots
  • Max speed 36 knots
  • Number of crew 4
  • Draft 1.25m
  • Hull material GRP

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  • 3.85m Williams Tender
  • Various water toys including a seabob and snorkeling gear
  • Delicious Italian cuisine thanks to the onboard chef

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Having been customised with an exclusive interior design, with the highest quality materials, the guests can relax in luxury style. There are opportunities for al fresco dining with amazing Italian cuisine and the main salon roof can be opened up to allow for stargazing.

Guests can relax in one of the 4 large guest cabins. Each cabin features large TVs and comfortable beddings to ensure that the best relaxation is possible.

A charter on board ONLY ONE can be an action packed adventure thanks to the range of water toys that it comes with. Guests can make use of the new 2021 tender, a seabob, and the floating mattress to make exploring the Mediterranean so much better.

Cruising around the Mediterranean has never been better whilst on ONLY ONE as she provides guests with the most amazing luxury charter.

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A classic Overmarine Mangusta with a modern edge.

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The Most Impressive Superyachts at the Monaco Yacht Show

Following a summer of record demand this year’s event was glitzier than ever.

By Irenie Forshaw


Each September, thousands of yacht builders, designers and owners descend on Port Hercule for the Monaco Yacht Show. It is here, in the heart of the picturesque Côte d’Azur, that boat lovers make their annual pilgrimage to catch a glimpse of the world’s newest – and most exciting – vessels. 

This year, the hotly anticipated event took place between September 28 and October 1. And, following a summer of record demand for superyachts spurred by the pandemic, the 2022 iteration was bigger and glitzier than ever.

With over 600 exhibitors showcasing 125 superyachts, there was no shortage of incredible boats on display. So, whether you’re considering taking the plunge and purchasing a yacht of your own, or you’re simply here to marvel at the latest builds, we’ve rounded up the most impressive vessels on display at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show.

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Project TIME

Project TIME yacht exterior

Kicking off our list of the biggest reveals at the Monaco Yacht Show is Project TIME. The 282-ft explorer yacht concept is the brainchild of German shipbuilder Abeking & Rasmussen and Valentin Design.

Suited for cold and warm water expeditions, the ship has been designed to travel everywhere from Antarctica to the South Pacific Islands. Powered by a diesel-electric propulsion system, Project Time would deliver a maximum speed of 16 knots, with a cruising speed of 14 knots, and a range of 5,000 nautical miles.

Boasting a helipad platform, submarine, two lounges and even an onboard German brewery, this is no ordinary yacht. The extravagant vessel also features an extra wide owner’s duplex suite complete with two marble bathrooms and an expansive balcony.


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Dutch shipyard Feadship unveiled its eleventh cutting-edge yacht concept at the show, Slice. Studio de Voogt was brought in for the project, with the ambitious goal of turning “the inside out and the outside in”. To this end, the design team fitted the yacht with a glass strip running from bow to stern, bathing the decks in natural light.

Unlike many yachts that are plagued by gloomy corridors and claustrophobic living spaces, the interiors onboard Slice are bright and breezy. At the heart of the yacht on the main deck is a sprawling 750-sq-ft atrium flanked by cascading circular balconies, which, according to Feadship is so much more than a lobby and instead becomes “a destination in its own right”.

In a sign of Feadship’s dedication to using the latest technology, Slice would be fitted with a propulsion system powered by four dual-fuel generators modified to run on both methanol and non-fossil diesel (hydrotreated vegetable oil), with the generated power delivered to two Azimuthing pods.


Luisine yacht with helicopter

Our list of the best superyachts on display at Monaco Yacht Show would not be complete without mentioning Lusine. The 196-ft vessel is Heesen’s largest ever steel Fast Displacement motor yacht and features a sleek silhouette with black thermo-bonded dark glass windows to keep out prying eyes.

Perhaps most impressive of all is the touch-and-go helipad on the sundeck which can accommodate an Airbus H-135. Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design was brought in to mastermind the lavish interiors. Lusine comfortably sleeps twelve set across six spacious staterooms, each of which has been thoughtfully adorned with bespoke furnishings and elegant sculptures. The most exclusive abode is the owner’s apartment located up on the bridge deck which has its own staircase to ensure total privacy.


Come Together

Come Together yacht

Next up on our list is the first vessel in Amel’s new 60 Limited Edition Series. Designed by Espen Oeino International and built in the Netherlands, Come Together was delivered to her owner this Spring for an estimated €69.5m (approx. $68.6m).

The gleaming new superyacht spans 196 ft and features a teak deck, steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Winch Design is responsible for the laid-back yet elegant interiors that are reminiscent of a relaxed family home in shades of walnut and bronze.

Come Together has been fitted with a hybrid propulsion system for smooth, quiet cruising and features an expansive sun deck and 157-ft swim platform.

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XV67 yacht exterior

Winch Design and Heesen also unveiled XV67 at the Monaco Yacht Show – a brand new explorer yacht concept that builds on their XVenture design concept from four years ago.

The 187-ft vessel has been given a refreshed layout and updated with the latest technology. While the robust steel hull remains, she is 32 ft longer than her predecessor and the tenders have been moved to the open aft deck freeing up space for even larger guest cabins and an expansive three-story master stateroom.

As seems to be becoming commonplace onboard the newest superyachts, VX67 boasts a helipad (that functions as an al fresco cinema when not in use) and has space to store a personal submarine on deck.

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Meyer took the Monaco Yacht Show as an opportunity to share the very first renderings of its sustainable One50 concept. The vessel – which was first unveiled a year ago at the 2021 show – is powered electrically by 25,000 kilowatts enabling her to reach a maximum speed of 23 knots.

After a year long wait to see what One50 could like, the renderings certainly don’t disappoint. Wellness is at the heart of the design; the 492-ft yacht features a retractable swimming pool, massage parlour, sauna and hammam. Other highlights include the top deck which is reserved entirely for the owner’s use and boasts an enormous suite complete with a private terrace.

Four Seasons Yacht

four seasons yacht rendering

Last but by no means least on our roundup of the most impressive vessels unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show is Four Seasons’ first branded yacht . Slated to set sail at the end of 2025, no expense has been spared by the luxury hotel group, with each suite costing a cool $4.2m to build.

The gigantic vessel will be 679 ft long and 88.6 ft wide with 14 decks and a total of 95 rooms and suites. While the initial launch is just one yacht, the order includes the option to add two further ships in the future – amounting to an eyewatering $1.1bn.

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri will build the Four Seasons yacht in Trieste before Tillberg Design of Sweden and London-based Martin Brudnizki are brought in to put their stamp on the interiors. As you would expect from the luxury hotel brand, the yacht will feature an array of facilities including gourmet restaurants, bars, and a full-service spa.


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Maiden Voyage of HighSpeed Catamaran Monaco One

By George Bains

On 8th March 2021 the highspeed catamaran Monaco One was christened in the Principality. Designed and built by Advanced Aerodynamic Vessel in La Rochelle, France, Monaco One will connect Monaco’s Ports to Cala del Forte and Ventimiglia. The catamaran is not only a statement of innovation, but will provide an important connection between two marinas.

In attendance at the launch were His Serene Highness Prince Albert II, his niece and godmother of Monaco One, Ms Camille Gottlieb, Her Royal Highness the Princess of Hanover, Her Serene Highness Princess Stéphanie, Mr and Mrs Louis Ducruet, and Ms Pauline Ducruet.

The Monaco One is a powerhouse of state-of-the-art technology, built in a sandwich-structured composite of carbon and glass, measuring 12m in length and 7.5m in width and powered by two 350hp Yanmar engines.

The brand-new power catamaran can sail 250 miles on a full tank, and will be used as a shuttle service between Monaco and Ventimiglia carrying up to 12 passengers in absolute comfort. Guests of both ports will be able to travel between the two marinas in just 15 minutes aboard Monaco One, travelling at speeds of 45 knots. The design combines a need for speed with a reliable and sustainable approach thanks to cutting-edge aerodynamic solutions that allow for fuel consumption at top speeds to be half that of conventional designs.

Aleco Keusseoglou, President of the Société d’Exploitation des Ports de Monaco, welcomed guests to the Yacht Club de Monaco’s waterfront, where all necessary health and safety rules were followed, with a few opening words. “Today is a day we should all be celebrating,” said Keusseoglou. “The Monaco One, with her futuristic design, symbolises the hope we hold for a better tomorrow, a tomorrow we actively work towards, a tomorrow we believe in.”

After thanking those who came to witness such a momentous occasion, the SPEM President continued by stressing “the importance of the direct connection now possible thanks to the Monaco One for private clients of the Principality’s ports and of Cala del Forte , reinforcing the strong bond Monaco already shares with Ventimiglia and Liguria’s Ponente coast.

“Finally, I would like to thank all those involved, especially Ms Camille Gottlieb for having agreed to act as godmother to the Monaco One, we are all deeply honoured. The Société d’Exploitation des Ports de Monaco will join Monaco One in establishing a partnership with the BE SAFE Association, of which Ms Gottlieb is President. The Association pursues a particularly noble purpose and we are thrilled to be able to help in this endeavour.”

After the religious ceremony enacted by the Archbishop of Monaco, Monsignor Dominique-Marie David, followed by the traditional smashing of the sacrificial bottle against the hull carried out by godmother Camille Gottlieb, the Grimaldi Family joined President Keusseoglou onboard the Monaco One to enjoy the catamaran’s inaugural launch at sea.

"The Monaco One, with her futuristic design, symbolises the hope we hold for a better tomorrow..." Aleco Keusseoglou, President of the Société d’Exploitation

"The Monaco One, with her futuristic design, symbolises the hope we hold for a better tomorrow..."

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