Running between 25 - 28 in Monaco's Port Hercules, the 2019 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show is drawing closer.
Of the 125-fleet of superyachts set to attend the show, more than 40 are a part of the charter fleet.
Below, we take a look at all the top charter yachts you shouldn't miss at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show.
Charter yacht SAMURAI is an exciting addition to this year’s Monaco Yacht Show fleet. She was delivered in 2017 by Turkish shipbuilder Alia Yachts, but has remained a closely guarded secret until she entered the charter market earlier this year.
She is sure to be the subject of much attention in Monaco, with her contemporary interiors, spacious sundeck pool and glass-fronted beach club with gym equipment and side balconies.
Redman Whiteley Dixon has headed up the yacht’s interiors, while Omega Architects have helmed her sharp and striking exterior.
Still not yet unveiled to the public, charter yacht TIS will be making her global debut in Port Hercules. The yacht made waves when she joined the charter fleet earlier this year, becoming one of the largest yachts in the world publicly available for charter.
Both her interior and exterior styling comes from Winch Design. Her on-board styling is palatial and ornate, with plenty of gold gilding and marble accents.
She plays host to twin helipads and a 12-metre swimming pool to boot.
Luxury yacht EXCELLENCE is one of the most recent additions to the yacht charter fleet. Her futuristic exteriors are turn heads in Port Hercules; they have been penned by Winch Design and were described by the studio as comparable to a spaceship.
Among her stand-out features, she boasts a triple-height glass atrium, a tiered home cinema and a beach club with sea terrace and swim platform. She also has an aft deck pool with swim-up bar.
An excess of glazing has been used across the owner's suite, providing incredible views and a technical challenge that is easily worth seeing up close.
Delivered by Tankoa in 2018, motor yacht SOLO debuted in Monaco last year. A multi-award-winning yacht, she wows with her decadent styling and huge list of on-board amenities.
Among them, guests can take advantage of a touch no go helipad which transforms into a dancefloor, and a cool and contemporary beach club with spa facilities.
Those who have the chance to step on board shouldn't miss the chance to see Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini's interior collaboration, which combines refined elegance with modern luxury.
A highly popular charter platform, luxury yacht Phoenix 2 was delivered by Lurssen in 2010 and last refitted in 2011. This will be her first time attending the Monaco Yacht Show.
While she may be less recent than some of the other yachts on the lineup, interior designers Winch have ensured a timeless and classic on-board ambience. Her social spaces have a glamorous art deco theme, with glossy black offset by gleaming gold.
Amenities include a 7.5 metre pool on the sundeck and a sophisticated winter garden dining area.
While luxury yacht Here Comes the Sun is a regular globetrotter, this will be her first time at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019.
She was launched in 2017, and has fast become a favourite among discerning charter clients looking for a dose of luxury balanced by a comfortable ambience.
On-board highlights include a sauna and steam room, a self-playing grand piano and twin 11m tenders.
With her stylish interiors, superyacht 'Triple Seven' makes a great addition to the Monaco Yacht Show lineup.
Her charter-focused layout is worth stepping on board to explore, even if you've already seen this 2006 build at previous yacht shows.
She features a movie theatre, private beach club and fully-equipped gymnasium.
Launched by ISA in 2014, motor yacht OKTO is a modern classic and a regular attendee at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Her sharp exterior styling from Andrea Vallicelli is instantly recognisable, as is her 6m aft deck pool with innovative contraflow technology.
She also boasts a touch-n-helipad and contemporary chrome interiors.
Rossi Navi's 2017 launch, luxury yacht Endeavour 2 will also be present at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show.
She will be showing off her striking exteriors, which are defined by clean lines and a sharp bow. Her interiors are similarly minimal and contemporary with slate grey offset by muted pastels.
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