Sanlorenzo’s largest yacht, the award-winning 52Steel Seven Sins is an engineering triumph, with a lower-deck beach club that opens up to the sea – and even lets it in.
The Princess 62 offers a light, well arranged interior complemented by comfortable outdoor areas and strong performance.
Italy’s Absolute has taken the competition head on with its 58 Fly, whose comfort, space and clever design helped it shine in Cannes, Genoa and Fort Lauderdale.
CRN’s second-largest build, the 74m Cloud 9 is now living her new life as a charter yacht, having been home to her Singapore-based Australian owner and his family until this...
The new flagship of the Azimut Grande collection, the 35 Metri starred at Cannes and Monaco, where Achille Salvagni’s interiors earned many of the plaudits.
Flybridge cruisers offer three levels of living space and commanding views from the helm, as the Riviera 68 – Australia’s premium market offering – ably demonstrates.
The luxurious 51 is the smallest model in the Jeanneau yachts range but mighty popular, selling over 50 hulls including four into Asia-Pacific.
Boosted by Rolls-Royce’s Azipull Carbon propulsion system, the Benetti fast 125’ is a 38m four-deck superyacht boasting speed, agility and efficiency.
Mia danced into the spotlight at the MCY 96 world premiere. In Venice, pirouetting in front of a captive audience and reaffirming Monte Carlo yachts’ style and showmanship.
Game changer? Rule breaker? Dominator certainly decided to do things differently with the forward-thinking 28m Ilumen.