Catamaran Air 77

Catamaran Air 77 yacht with the most interesting and innovative design was introduced at 2013 Cannes’ Boat Show. Oxygene Yacht is a French company which designs and build luxury power-catamarans with two parallel hulls of equal size and they truly look astonishingly gorgeous. Designed completely by Frédéric Sarfati, the Catamaran Air 77 yacht measures nearly 23 meters long.

The yacht has a 280-square-meter living and it provides a stunning 360-degree unlimited field of view. Catamaran Air 77 features four en-suite double master cabins and two en-suite double crew cabins, each one is impeccably equipped to provide maximum comfort. It proudly displays 3 exterior decks.

Catamaran Air 77 has Volvo engines capable of 260 horsepower each, and together with the Ultrajet or Masterjet hydrojet drives, the Catamaran Air 77 can go up to a maximum speed of 20 knots. A 10-square-meter door cut into the front of the roof allows plenty of light to enter inside the yacht, making it incredibly perfect for relaxation.

Topaz yacht

Topaz yacht

Lunched in 2012 in Germany, a massive motor yacht Topaz was built by Lurssen at their Bremen shipyard. Wherever you are reading about the most luxurious, the largest and most expensive yachts, you will always find Topaz in the top ten according to these criteria. Its the third largest mega yacht constructed by Lurssen. First and second place are reserved for the 180m luxury yacht AZZAM and the 155m AL SAID yacht.

The yacht’s interior has been designed by Terence Disdale and exterior by Tim Heywood Design. It’s a 147m (482 ft) motor yacht and has a steel hull with a aluminium superstructure with a beam of 21.50m.

The grandiose Topez yacht features a Jacuzzi (on deck), two helicopter landing pads, elevator, swimming pool, tender garage, air conditioning, and magnificent underwater lights. As a special addition yacht has a fitness hall, cinema and large conference room. Its cost has been estimated at €400 million.

The luxurious motor yacht belongs to Manchester City football club owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan. This custom made yacht for billionaire Sheikh Mansour reaches 16.1 knots as maximum speed.

Benetti Panthera

Benetti Panthera

Benetti Panthera is a 150-foot elegant yacht launched late last year and constructed at Benetti’s shipyard in Livorno, Italy. All aluminium Panthera is the second yacht in the builder’s 500 series. The first one is superyacht “Imagination” which came on the market in 2010. As you can see from this picture above the text, superyacht Panthera boasts magnificent exterior design, which makes the yacht highly unique and extravagant.

Panthera is 47 meters long and 8.8 meters wide. The interior design was done by the yard’s in-house team. The yacht offers accommodation to up to 10 guests in 5 beautiful cabins, and 5 crew cabins, sleeping an impeccable crew of 9 professionals. Owner’s suite on the main deck is furnished with a king-size bed and has access to a private exterior lounge and spacious office. All bathrooms have refined finishes in different Bisazza mosaics. The superyacht “Panthera” has main, lower, upper, and sun deck.

There is also a garage which accommodates both a tender and jet ski. The garage door converts into a 108-square-foot swim platform with a highly original custom designed trampoline and an outdoor shower. The lower deck is dedicated to the guest cabins, while the sundeck offers a hot tube, a large sun pad and a bar.

Benetti Panthera has a top speed of 24 knots, with a 12-knot cruising range of 3,400 miles.

Highlander yacht – available for charter for the first time

Highlander yacht – available for charter for the first time

The iconic Highlander yacht, owned by the Forbes family, is finally available for charter. The yacht was built in 1986 by Feadship and last refitted in 2014 by Derecktor Shipyards. The Highlander hosted among others Ronald Reagan, Baroness Thatcher, Robert de Niro, Sir Mick Jagger, Liz Taylor and Sir Paul McCartney.

Originally the yacht was painted money-green. It’s one of the most recognizable yachts thanks to its sophisticated look and rich history. After a comprehensive refit including a full interior relook, lengthening the hull from 46.5m to 49.5m, major mechanicals and a fresh coat of paint, Highlander is ready for charter.

The yacht can sleeps up to 12 guests in 7 staterooms, including a master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins and 3 Pullman beds. Also, Highlander can holds a crew of 11 people. A special additions are two tenders; a 6.7m Donzi which seats 12 passengers and 5.8m Cigarette. The interior of the yacht is truly done in a high style of glamorous and luxury.

Highlander features a helicopter landing pad, a Jacuzzi on the deck, a gym, an updated audiovisual system, an eco-friendly sewage system and an upgraded pilothouse.
Highlander has a maximum speed of 14 knots and a range of 4000nm from her 74565litre fuel tanks, with a cruising speed of 12 knots.

Mega Yacht Eclipse

Mega Yacht Eclipse

One of the most expensive and largest yacht in the world is well known motor yacht Eclipse. It’s owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. Completed at the end of 2010 at the Blohm + Voss Hamburg shipyard, Eclipse features interiors by Terence Disdale Design.

The superyacht Eclipse features incredible technology including heli facilities (with two helicopter pads), two swimming pools, several hot tubs, a disco hall, three launch boats and a mini-submarine capable of submerging up to 165ft. The yacht can accommodate 36 guests in 18 staterooms, 17 VIP stateroms, and also cater for a staggering 70 crew members.

The yacht interior boasts hundreds of custom finishes exclusively developed for this project. Some of the windows on the megayacht have bullet proof glass and other areas are armour-plated for ultimate security against increasing worldwide piracy attempts.

The 533.14ft /162.5m Custom motor yacht has a cruising speed of 20 knots, a maximum speed of 21.5 knots and a range of 6000nm from her 1000000litre fuel tanks. Other amenities on this exceptional yacht include a gym, Jacuzzi (on deck), elevator, dance floor, tender garage, air conditioning, helicopter hangar, underwater lights, spa, and a beach club.

Ocean Paradise

Ocean Paradise

Benetti is an Italian company founded in 1873. In 2013 they built the magnificent Ocean Paradise yacht which stands as one of the most beautiful pearls of the sea. The exterior design and engineering of the 180.45ft/55m Custom motor yacht are the work of Benetti, while the interior has been designed by Mauro Izzo.

Ocean Paradise is offered to up to 12 guests and she also carries a professional crew of 12. The yacht boasts a spacious master cabin with a private balcony, a VIP cabin, two double cabins, as well as two twin cabins, plus two pullmans.

Luxury Ocean Paradise is powered by twin Caterpillar diesel engines, giving her a top speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15,5 knots. The yacht is currently available for charter and the Ocean Pradise offers an unforgettable cruise in maximum comfort and style.

For even greater enjoyment on this yacht there are a spa pool, indoor/outdoor gym, beach club, deck Jacuzzi, dance floor, and a stunning exterior TV built into the bar. For a little fun on the water you can choose some of many water toys such as Jet skis, Sea Bobs, wake boards, wake skate, paddle boards, kayaks and towables.

Riva 50-Meter, 1st of New Custom Megayacht Range

Riva 50-Meter, 1st of New Custom Megayacht Range

The iconic brand of Riva has announced plans to build a new 50 meter superyacht. The previous largest Riva was the 122ft Mythos, which was launched three months ago, but the new Riva with 164-footer will become the new king of the sea. The first 50-meter yacht by Riva will be built in the Group’s shipyards in Ancona.

“Carlo Riva’s idea to build large yachts is finally turning into reality. Riva is ready to step into this market segment as a leader,” said Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group.

Riva 50-meter will contain steel hulls and aluminum superstructures. It will be a displacement yacht with 4 decks, with luxurious accommodation for up to twelve guests, as well as 9 crew. The crew will have a dedicated stairway leading up to the main-deck galley and farther up to the wheelhouse. The sun deck will feature freestanding seats plus a Jacuzzi while the aft area on the lower deck will feature a real beach club, a cocktail bar and an indoor living room.

Power will come from either twin CAT C32s or a pair of MAN D2862 LE 466 engines. Both are capable of pushing the yacht to a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots and she will have a range of 3,800 nm at 11 knots. Besides this project Ferretti also plans to introduce a 68-meter yacht, before continuing up to a maximum length of 100m.

72 Metre SuperSport by Palmer Johnson

72 Metre SuperSport by Palmer Johnson

Palmer Johnson is probably best known for its yachts such as Fortuna, (built for the King of Spain), Turmoil (first explorer yacht) and La Baronessa (the largest aluminum yacht built in the USA). The company was founded by Hans Johnson and Herman Gmack 1918.

Its 72 Metre SuperSport has spectacular exterior design and uses carbon fiber in its construction with the entire hull made from the lightweight material. 72 Metre SuperSport has max speed of 27 knots. The entire SuperSport Series superyachts include the Palmer Johnson 42m SuperSport yacht, the Palmer Johnson 48m SuperSport yacht, as well as the Palmer Johnson 72m SuperSport yacht.

The interior is no less impressive than the exterior of this amazing yacht. It features 130m² beach club, 125m² owner suite with 110m deck, 146m² main salon with 18.5m length, 100m² forward lounge with balconies, 100m² VIP cabins on main deck, 208m² main aft deck with 19m length and 97m² sun deck with 19.5m length.

PJ 72 SuperSport is capable of carry up to 12 passengers and it also features helicopter deck, which is perfectly blended with the exterior look of the yacht. It’s a fusion of extremes with three main lines which incredibly crisp and clear define the sleek profile.

The Polar Star

The Polar Star

The 206.69ft/63 motor yacht was built in 2005 and last refitted in 2011. Polar Star features naval architecture by Lurssen Yachts, exterior design by Espen Oeino, the interior work of Pauline Nunns and it’s built to the highest technical standards. Six stunning levels provide unparalleled interior and exterior deck space.

The yacht is a perfect combination of outstanding ocean-going qualities and ice capabilities with the interior volume and amenities of a luxury superyacht. Its interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 staterooms, including a master suite, 2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins and convertible cabin. Polar Star has a cruising speed of 12 knots, a maximum speed of 15 knots and a range of 6000nm from her 215000litre fuel tanks. It’s powered by two Caterpillar 3512B engines.

The luxury Polar Star is equipped with a water toys such as Jet Skis, Waverunners, kayaks, a custom-built dive compressor and fishing equipment; all of which is stored in the stern garage. Polar Star completed an extensive refit in 2011 with upgraded AV and IT system, outdoor cinema on the sundeck and new upholstered furniture. There is also a large impressive Jacuzzi.

Polar Star cruises the Mediterranean during the summer charter season and the Caribbean in winter.



Maltese Falcon is massive 88 meter luxury sailing yacht built by Perini Navi. It is one of the largest yachts in the world, similar to Royal huisman’s Athena and Lürssen’s Eos. Its impressively immense DynaRig powers the Maltese Falcon to record shattering speeds. Three self-standing and rotating masts host fifteen sails for an incredible total sail area of 2400 square meters.

The luxury sailing yacht provides guest accommodation for 12 guests and it features a VIP cabin on upperdeck, full beam Master with King berth, a separate full beam dressing room, private gym on lower deck, and four guest suites that can convert into two enormous VIP suites. The three decks are united by a circular stairway. There is also a sun bathing area and direct access to the cutting-edge wheelhouse, which acts as the heart for the entire vessel.

The yacht has received awards such as Best Sailing Yacht Interior, Most Innovative Sailing Yacht, Best Sailing Yacht Over 40, 2007 Prix du Design and many more.

Maltese Falcon has a maximum speed of eighteen knots and a range of 3,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of fourteen knots. The Italian firm installed the DynaRig technology that electronically trims the sails in the direction of the wind and can furl them into the masts in just six minutes.

For more fun on the water, the yacht is equipped with two RIB tenders, four laser sailing boats, one fourteen foot Castold jet tender, six full sets of dive gear, water skis and snorkelling gear. The Maltese Falcon is without equal in the world.