As the last superyacht show of the European summer, Monaco Yacht Show is always a spectacular affair. Burgess has maintained a considerable presence at previous MYS, to welcome our invited guests and clients from around the world, and 2018 was no exception.
The 28th edition of MYS drew 120 of the world’s finest superyachts to Monaco’s iconic Port Hercules. Half of these exceptional yachts were launched in the last two years, 40 made their debut on the world stage, and yet more were lying at anchor outside the port. Also on display were a selection of the latest superyacht tenders and watertoys.
For anyone either involved with or interested in superyachting, this show is quite simply unmissable.
Exclusive yacht tours
All our brokers are seasoned experts in this market and understand better than anyone where the best value lies. They are always happy to meet you and share their impartial advice at the stand on Quai de l’Hirondelle (QH17) and to arrange fast-track, private viewings of your preferred yachts. One of a fleet of Burgess tenders can take you and your broker to the yacht for an exclusive tour.
Alternatively please contact us in advance to secure private viewings of any of the yachts attending the show.
When: 10:00-18:30, 26-29 September 2018
Where: Port Hercules, Principality of Monaco
Entrance: Quai Louis II
Find Burgess at: Stand QH17, Quai de l’Hirondelle
Monaco Yacht Show 2017 review video here
These yachts are exclusively for sale by Burgess
BARBARA features a distinctive layout split over six decks with an elegant exterior, making extensive use of structural glass. With interior and exterior styling by Sam Sorgiovanni, the versatile living area comprises multipurpose deck spaces that easily convert into entertainment areas. Features include a unique split owner's suite with stunning ocean vistas, a remarkable teak and steel sculpture that envelops the large guest elevator, a spectacular aquarium made to mirror an aquatic reef and an outdoor cinema on the sun deck which also doubles as a helideck.
Length: 88.5m (290.4ft)
Built: 2017, Oceanco, The Netherlands
Guests: 16 in 8 cabins
Asking price: POA
Commissioned by an experienced owner and delivered in April 2017, CLOUD 9 is a spectacular collaboration between CRN shipyard, Zuccon International Project and Winch Design. She has impressive volume across five decks with a free-flowing layout for relaxed and luxurious indoor-outdoor living. Distinctive open-air areas such as the private deck for the master suite and the large beach club with extended platform at sea level have been conceived to offer maximum scope for al fresco enjoyment. Her twin Caterpillar 3516C engines deliver a maximum speed of 16.5 kn and 6,000 nm range at her cruising speed of 12 kn.
CLOUD 9 video here
Length: 74m (242.8ft)
Built: 2017, CRN Ancona, Italy
Guests: 12 in 8 cabins
Asking price: EUR 84,500,000
CLOUD 9 is also available for charter
This 2006 build features minimalist contemporary interiors by Newcruise Design and these blend with the abundant outside spaces particularly well, contributing to her enduring success on the charter market. She has a large beach club and a sun deck jacuzzi of generous size, in addition to a well-equipped garage that includes a dive room. Refitted in 2014 and repainted by Pinmar in 2016, she is in excellent condition.
Length: 68m (223.1ft)
Built: 2006, Nobiskrug, Germany
Asking price: EUR 44,900,000 (EU VAT paid)
Built in 2007, ANNA I fuses classic yacht design and ultra-modern technologies. Her thoughtful layout incorporates several unique features making her an excellent choice for the charter market or a family home-from-home. Her Michael Leach Design interior features a double-height master cabin with private observation lounge and access to the private foredeck sun lounge. The main saloon doubles as a disco, the sky lounge transforms into a private cinema and the main dining room has fold-down balconies. On deck, ANNA I offers a dip pool, al fresco dining and both sunny and shaded areas. Her swim platform allows for easy access to the water and toys and tenders, and her helipad makes for swift private entry or exit. Of technical note are zero speed stabilisers and 5,100 nm (transpacific) range.
Length: 67m (219.8ft)
Built: 2007, Feadship, De Vries, The Netherlands
Guests: 17 in 7 cabins
Asking price: EUR 65,000,000 (EU VAT paid)
Built for a yachting connoisseur, EXCELLENCE V distils many years of experience into a masterful design. In building this Reymond Langton-designed yacht, the renowned German yard of Abeking and Rasmussen seamlessly achieved a number of key features. These include a central elevator servicing all five decks, encircled by a dramatic central staircase, a dedicated cinema, a water-front gym, an oversized beach club, a full owner's deck and multiple outdoor lounge areas with spa pools. At 1,632GT, EXCELLENCE V has the interior volume and comfort of a 75m yacht in a 60.9m yacht footprint, yet she still enjoys access to St Barth. She has been painstakingly maintained, regularly upgraded and presents immaculately with a full repaint, full main engine service, generator rebuild and a five-year survey.
Length: 60.9m (199.9ft)
Built: 2012, Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany
Guests: 14 in 7 cabins
Asking price: EUR 75,000,000
With an elegant exterior by Donald Starkey Designs, a dazzling contemporary interior by Bannenberg & Rowell and an exacting Abeking & Rasmussen build, ELYSIAN exudes pedigree and has the awards to prove it. Her adaptable accommodation includes an opulent master suite on the main deck, with four guest cabins on the lower deck: two king size, and two queen size that can convert to twin cabins. These four cabins can be paired to create two full-beam VIP suites. A sixth cabin on the bridge deck offers two pullman berths.
Length: 60m (196.9ft)
Built: 2009, Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany
Guests: 12 in 6 cabins
Asking price: EUR 47,500,000
Burgess has been appointed exclusive worldwide agent for the sale of J'ADE, a 58.2m (191ft) superyacht packed with impressive features. The brief for CRN and Zuccon International Project emphasised innovation, such as the floodable float-in dock on the port side that accommodates a Riva Iseo in serene luxury. She also has a touch-and-go helipad. The interior spaces feature contrasting natural materials, all thoughtfully lit to create a restful mood of order and calm. This contrasting theme continues in the full-beam owner’s suite, with his and hers sinks in marble and an egg-shell bath, in the office and out on the private folding balcony. Inside and outside spaces integrate seamlessly, with options for al fresco dining, lounging and sunbathing around her sun deck jacuzzi. She also has a huge folding transom that turns into a spacious swim platform with steps into the water and a beach club area inside.
Length: 58.2m (191ft)
Built: 2013, CRN Ancona, Italy
Guests: 11 in 5 cabins
Asking price: EUR 35,000,000 (EU VAT paid)
An ice-class Vitruvius expedition yacht from the drawing boards of Philippe Briand with a focus on seaworthiness and efficiency. Builder Perini Navi also designed a traditional interior with contemporary twists of colour in feature artworks and bold primaries in soft furnishings. Delivered in 2011 and able to accommodate 10 adventurous guests in five cabins, GALILEO G is a proven off the beaten track explorer with a 9,000 nm range, comprehensive diving set-up and large inventory of tenders, including a fully custom 9.5 metre Zodiac Hurricane expedition RIB. Offered for sale for the very first time exclusively with Burgess.
Length: 55.7m (182.7ft)
Built: 2011, Picchiotti - Perini Navi Group, Italy
Guests: 10 in 5 cabins
Asking price: EUR 28,500,000 (EU VAT paid)
Stunning Tim Heywood interiors feature Bird's-eye Maple and Madrona Burl panelling throughout. She has a formal dining room on the main deck with al fresco dining on the bridge deck aft of a sky lounge framed by large picture windows with comfortable sofas and a bar area. The expansive sun deck offers a jacuzzi flanked by sunbeds forward with a large lounging area aft. The full beam master suite provides a private study and his and hers marble bathrooms, while four guest suites come with en suite marble bathrooms and offer the flexibility of conversion into two full beam VIP suites. The yacht boasts state-of-the-art audio visual and a fastidious maintenance history.
FORTUNATE SUN video here
Length: 54m (177.2ft)
Built: 2003, Oceanfast, Australia
Guests: 10 in 5 cabins
Asking price: USD 22,000,000
She accommodates 10-11 guests in five cabins, the finest of which is the full-beam master suite, complete with office and spa-style en suite in onyx marble. Natural light is abundant in the dining room and saloon, showcasing exquisite burl walnut-panelled cabinetry, and a marble-topped bar opens onto aft deck seating. Steps lead down to the beach club and the aft bridge deck is ideal for al fresco dining. The sky lounge has sun pads, a games table and an 85in TV. Zero speed stabilisers, an array of watertoys, she really has it all. The sun deck has a bar and BBQ, 54-jet jacuzzi with swim-up bar, plenty of shaded and sun-drenched areas and a misting system to cool her guests.
Length: 43.9m (144ft)
Built: 2016, Crescent Yachts, Canada
Guests: 11 in 5 cabins
Asking price: USD 29,950,000
MUCHOS MAS is also available for charter
Launched in June this year, this yacht is brand new to the charter market with Burgess. Sophisticated clean-lined contemporary interior design blends dark, satin-finished wood and earth-toned fabrics with cream panels with dots of colour from soft furnishings. Huge windows flood the living areas with light and thoughtfully-designed outside spaces provide seamless inside-outside living. Entertaining up to 12 guests in five cabins, including a full-beam master cabin with panoramic views, her state-of-the-art AV and entertainment systems, sun deck jacuzzi and wide selection of watertoys mark her out as a perfect choice for those looking for a relaxing and fun-filled Mediterranean charter.
Length: 38.4m (126ft)
Built: 2018, Gulf Craft, United Arab Emirates
Guests: 12 in 5 cabins
For charter: Summer rates (high / low) from EUR 161,000 / EUR 133,000 per week
Available to view at anchor
From the sought-after Mangusta 165 range and one of the largest open yachts in the world, ZEUS I combines speed with Italian style. A sleek Stefano Righini exterior encloses a sumptuous Michela Reverberi interior of neutral tones accented with dark woods and leather features extensive audio-visual systems including a cinema room and a full-beam master suite with his and hers en suites and an office. A VIP suite, two doubles, a twin and two additional berths complete the accommodation. Triple MTU engines deliver top speeds up to 40 kn and she has a comprehensive inventory of watersports equipment.
Length: 49.9m (163.7ft)
Built: 2009, Overmarine, Italy
Guests: 12 in 5 cabins
Crew: 8 – 9
Asking price: EUR 14,950,000 (EU VAT paid)
Her elegant, contemporary interior and generous outside spaces complement each other very well. Large windows in the main deck saloon, aft of the formal dining area, let in abundant natural light and there’s an al fresco dining area aft. A second more relaxed saloon on the upper deck links with a generous sun lounge aft. There’s another al fresco dining option on the spacious sun deck with a bar and large jacuzzi forward and sun loungers aft. The owner’s suite on the main deck and the two VIP cabins on the lower deck are full beam. A third double and two twin cabins complete the guest accommodation. Used only privately, she has been maintained to a high standard.
Length: 40m (131.2ft)
Built: 2015, CBK Superyachts, Turkey
Guests: 12 in 6 cabins
Asking price: EUR 8,950,000
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JUBILEE - available to view at anchor
As the largest yacht to emerge from The Netherlands and the biggest yacht to be constructed by Oceanco, JUBILEE stole the show at Monaco last year. At 110m (361ft) and just over 4,500 GT, her sleek elongated profile encompassing six decks gives her genuine distinction and Lobanov’s clever use of flowing lines creates the illusion of multi-level decks – never seen on a yacht before. His complicated artistic architecture flows gracefully into a fully certified helideck forward and from above, see the large pool deck complete with aquarium and vast beach club below.
Length: 110.1m (361.2ft)
Built: 2017, Oceanco, The Netherlands
Guests: 31 in 16 cabins
Asking price: POA
ARETI - available to view at anchor
This is an unprecedented opportunity to take immediate ownership of ARETI, an 85m (279.9ft) yacht with PYC classification credentials. A collaboration between Lürssen and Winch Design, she delivers luxury yachting on the grandest of scales. From her generous bathing platform with fixed lounging areas either side, through to her beach club and magnificent spa area, the yacht impresses from the moment you step on board. Fitness and wellness feature strongly, with a well-equipped gym, multipool spa, steam room, sauna, full-depth plunge pool, dedicated massage / treatment room, hair salon… the list goes on. Careful consideration has also been given to privacy, with an entire deck that can be reserved for the owner’s sole use.
Length: 85.3m (279.9ft)
Built: 2017, Lürssen-Werft, Germany
Guests: 18 in 9 cabins
Asking price: EUR 175,000,000
MARTHA ANN - available to view at anchor
A Northern European thoroughbred combining the talents of Lürssen build, Espen Oeino exteriors and Zuretti interiors, MARTHA ANN was built to Lloyd’s classification and is MCA compliant. She welcomes 18 guests across seven cabins and the split-level master suite has its own observation lounge with 180-degree views. She also has a cinema, gym, several bars, a large pool deck, a glass elevator and state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment.
Length: 70.1m (230ft)
Built: 2008, Lürssen, Germany
Asking price: USD 79,000,000
TITAN - available to view at anchor
Converted from a Royal Navy vessel into a luxurious expedition yacht capable of long-range cruising, TITAN offers spacious accommodation and guest areas throughout. With 12 exceptionally comfortable cabins, she is in excellent condition and is ready to go cruising. TITAN is also available for charter where she has built an enviable reputation.
Length: 60.4m (198.2ft)
Built: 1968, Brooke Marine, United Kingdom
Asking price: EUR 9,750,000
This all-aluminium semi-displacement yacht has an eclectic interior incorporating white onyx, exotic marbles, semi-precious stones and Stefano Ricci custom-tailored silk textiles against a masculine tonal palette with bursts of exotic colour. All three cascading decks have skylights that allow natural light to flow inside and the yacht's full-beam sky lounge provides an exceptional social space. The master suite on the main deck features a fold-down balcony and guest accommodation is configured as four doubles and a twin. Outdoor areas include a large open-plan sun deck with bar, dining facilities and lounging space, while the foredeck houses a helipad which doubles as a party zone, and a sizable beach club with sun loungers is at sea level. After an extensive winter refit, her saloon and dining rooms have been expanded and she now features two brand new staircases built in chrome and backlit onyx.
Length: 60.2m (197.5ft)
Built: 2017, Mondomarine, Italy
Asking price: EUR 50,000,000
SARASTAR is also available for charter
LADY SHERIDAN - available to view at anchor
This elegant 58m (190ft) yacht has been in the same ownership since new. She is the fifth in a series of solidly built yachts from the renowned German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen. Her Donald Starkey designed interior offers accommodation for up to 13 guests in seven cabins. Always impeccably maintained by the same Captain since delivery, she is attractively priced and ready for a new owner. Inspections are encouraged.
Length: 57.9m (190ft)
Built: 2007, Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany
Asking price: USD 39,950,000
OCEANA - available to view at anchor
A Bannenberg classic completely refitted in 2016, OCEANA'S impressive deck space is ideal for outdoor entertaining and relaxing, with al fresco dining over three decks, a private balcony on the main deck and a 'beach club' style sun deck with jacuzzi. The beautifully designed interior creates a light and comfortable atmosphere, showcasing two large saloons, indoor dining and an equipped bar area. She accommodates 10/12 guests in five cabins, including a spacious upper deck master suite with his and hers en suite and single room adjacent. Steps lead up from there to the owner’s own private observation lounge, forward facing with 180-degree panoramic views.
LOA: 55m (180.4ft)
Built: 1991, Oceanfast, Australia
Guests: 10-12 in 5 cabins
Asking price: EUR 7,750,000
STRANGELOVE - available to view at anchor off Cap d’Ail
This 47.45m (155.7ft) yacht was built by Feadship, De Vries in The Netherlands in 1982 and has been painstakingly maintained ever since. Her naval architecture and exterior styling are by Arthur DeFever, whose designs are renowned for their traditional lines, solid construction, seaworthiness and excellent range (over 3,000nm for STRANGELOVE). The tasteful, elegant interior was redesigned by Mlinaric, Henry and Zervudachi of London as part of a comprehensive refit in 2005. Today it exhibits the exceptional attention to detail for which Feadship is renowned, showcasing quality fabrics in muted colours and solid hardwood joinery.
Length: 47.5m (155.7ft)
Built: 1982, Feadship, De Vries, The Netherlands
Asking price: USD 6,900,000
VA BENE - available to view at anchor
Designed by Richard Hein/The A Group and built by Kees Cornelissen in Holland, VA BENE's current owner purchased the yacht in 2005 and carried out a major refit in 2007/2008 at Pendennis Shipyard in Cornwall. The interior redesign by H2 has given the yacht a modern, stylish interior resulting in her being a finalist for the 'Best Refitted Yacht' award at the World Superyacht Awards 2009. She is MCA LY2 compliant and has built an enviable reputation on the global charter market.
Length: 47.5m (155.8ft)
Built: 1992, Kees Cornelissen, The Netherlands
Asking price: USD 9,950,000
NINKASI - available to view at anchor
Commissioned by an experienced owner, she has solid Northern European pedigree with a Holland Jachtbouw build, Langan Design Partners exteriors and Rhoades Young interiors. This gentleman's cruiser has the efficiency, range, and stability to cruise the world's farthest reaching oceans – as she indeed has – while her deep V and hard chine hull allow comfortable top end cruise speed of 16.5 knots for more local pursuits. She has been exceptionally well maintained and presents in excellent condition.
Length: 42.3m (138.7ft)
Built: 2010, Holland Jachtbouw, The Netherlands
Asking price: USD 16,900,000
ELYSIUM - available to view at anchor
Jump the waiting list and own this highly customised Sunseeker 131, delivered in May 2018, in time for next season. Significantly modified by the owner, ELYSIUM has some unique features, including a second plunge pool located forward, a full beam owner's suite with private deck in place of the sky lounge giving an additional guest cabin to the standard 131 layout, a gym on the upper deck and upgraded quarter-sawn oak in lieu of the standard wenge.
Length: 40.1m (131.6ft)
Built: Sunseeker, United Kingdom
Asking price: GBP 17,895,000
KHALEESI - available to view at anchor
Built and designed inside and out by the Perini Navi yard, KHALEESI has lounge and dining areas in her large, shaded cockpit, with sun lounging space on the aft deck, with hammocks and more sun lounging on the foredeck beneath an awning. Her bright upper saloon has panoramic views and stairs forward lead to the main saloon while stairs aft lead to guest accommodation, including a full-beam owner’s suite with a study and a walk-in wardrobe.
Length: 37m (121.4ft)
Built: 1996, Perini Navi, Italy
Asking price: EUR 3,950,000
To find out more about Burgess’ outstanding fleet of superyachts for sale and charter, please contact a Burgess broker. Alternatively, get in touch with one of our offices directly: London, Monaco, New York, Miami, Singapore or all other locations.