Every year, the Monaco Yacht Show promises to showcase an impressive selection of the latest launches and top-quality brokerage and charter opportunities, and the line-up for the 2022 edition does not disappoint. While the newest yachts often draw the most attention, there looks set to be some exciting yachts available on the brokerage and charter markets that should not be missed.
Delivered in November last year, Lürssen’s 115.1-metre Ahpo will likely be a talking point of the show. Commissioned by a repeat client for family use, the yacht will be available for charter. Design studio Nuvolari–Lenard was entrusted with the exterior and interior design – the third collaboration between shipyard and designer – and has created a family-orientated yacht that encourages a healthy and active lifestyle on board.
Fresh out the shipyard is the 60-metre Amels Come Together. This is the first project in the builder’s reimagined and immensely popular Limited Edition series, designed by Espen Øino. Come Together is also the first Amels 60 with hybrid power, reducing the yacht’s noise, vibration, fuel consumption and emissions. She is available for sale and charter.
The 97-metre Lürssen Carinthia VII is one of the largest yachts available on the brokerage market and will be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show. At over 3,600gt and spanning six decks, Carinthia VII’s interior volume and exterior deck spaces are a key selling point.
The 91.5-metre Oceanco Tranquility was the first yacht built to comply with the Passenger Yacht Code when she was delivered in 2014. Commercially approved to sleep 22 guests, she represents a unique opportunity on the brokerage market and holds significant potential for charter.
Listed for sale with Moravia Yachting and available for charter, the 85.6-metre B2 will be revealing its recently completed interior refit at the show. With the existing pedigree of the Abeking and Rasmussen build and Reymond Langton design, the refreshed interior penned by Winch Design takes the yacht to another level of excellence.
The 72-metre Tankoa Solo made her global debut at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2018 and will return this year having now been listed for sale. She was extensively upgraded at Amico Shipyard this year, and is in prime condition for a new owner to take exploring and make use of her 9,100 nautical-mile-range and touch-and-go helipad.
Moravia Yachting’s brokers will, of course, be at the show to help clients navigate the plethora of options available. Visit us at the Moravia Yachting stand located at QC10 on the Quai Chicane, near the Yacht Club de Monaco.