Superyacht

  • Clifford Denn already has a portfolio that puts him in the elite category of maritime designers, but his latest concept, shown at the Monaco Yacht Show last week, could start a trend for superyachts by putting the wheelhouse one deck down and devoting the upper deck to the passengers.
  • Porsche has an instantly-recognizable product on the road, but translating that to a yacht is something different. Having revealed renders last year, Dynamiq has turned the Porsche-inspired GTT 115 Hybrid into a reality, launching it ahead of the Monaco Yacht Show.
  • Turkish shipyard Numarine has recently launched its very first 32-m (105-ft) explorer yacht. Powered by two 715-hp Caterpillar engines, the 32XP features an efficient displacement steel hull and it was specifically built to drastically reduce noise and vibration.
  • The Monaco Yacht Show never fails to deliver big superyacht launches, and this year looks like it's going to be no different. The second-largest yacht to roll out of the CRN stable, the Cloud 9, will be on show this year, giving us a chance to gawk at its sleek lines and luxurious interior.
  • Heesen Yachts has set out to eliminate homesickness by letting the well-heeled take their home (or one of them, at least) along on their travels. The YN17850 Home superyacht is designed as a luxurious 164-ft (50-m) hybrid retreat for the fuel-conscious billionaire.
  • Look past their overt flashiness, and some luxury yachts offer fascinating takes on how to effectively use limited space. With a simple hull design, airy interior and auxiliary solar power system, the Arcadia A85S aims to pack a clean, luxurious floating home into its 85-ft (25.6-m) hull.
  • Having built more than a million 911s, Porsche has a look that's instantly recognisable on the road. But how do those lines translate to the high seas? Monaco-based Dynamiq has integrated classic Porsche design cues into its new GTT yacht range, starting with the 35-m (115-ft) GTT 115 Hybrid.
  • In addition to his famous automotive design work, Henrik Fisker's resume now includes an impressive hunk of nautical design. The 164-foot (50 m) Benetti Fisker 50, brings Fisker-manipulated curves, a movie theater-turned-gym, multiple "oceanfront" bars and plenty of other luxuries to the high seas.
  • Remember the Solarwave 62 designs we brought to you at the end of 2015? Well the luxury zero emission catamaran is finally complete and it’s just as spectacular as we anticipated. The very first Solarwave is now cruising the waters, boasting an unlimited range operating off the solar panels alone.​
  • With a cockpit hovering high above two massive water skis, the all-new SS18 from London's Glider Yachts looks more like an amphibious UFO than any yacht or boat we might compare it to. But it's designed for much more than just unique looks.
  • With a garage full of hypercars and a helicopter in the hangar, the next logical step is to get into the superyacht game. Should it see the light of day, this Hareide Design Concept could be the yacht to fill that multi-million dollar floating hole in your life.
  • Turkish shipyard Nedship has teamed with Solarwave to create a new series of zero emission solar yacht designs. After nutting out the concept and spending four years testing the technology, the very first Solarwave 62' model is now approaching completion.