Burgess will be displaying three show-stopping yachts at Palma’s superyacht event.
The Palma Superyacht Show 2019 gets underway on Saturday 27 April for a five-day celebration of the very best in Mediterranean yachting.
Burgess will have a team of expert brokers at our SY25 stand in Marina Moll Vell. We will be happy to show you around our four brokerage yachts on display and share with you our insights into the global brokerage market.
The 50m (164ft) yacht INCEPTION was delivered in 2008 by Heesen with interior and exterior designs by the yard’s in-house team working with Frank Laupman’s Omega Architects. Her sweeping exterior curves and a striking interior saw her nominated in the 2009 World Superyacht Awards.
INCEPTION has many versatile spaces across four decks for entertaining, sunbathing or relaxing. These include a huge sundeck with retractable roof, 12-person jacuzzi and bar, a substantial teak foredeck terrace with a large sun pad shaded by an automatic clamshell awning and a private owner’s deck with a waterfall jacuzzi. Interiors feature art by Murano among others and unique design installations like the blue-lit river stones.
SVEA is a 43.6m (143ft) J-Class yacht delivered by Vitters in 2017. Naval architecture is by Hoek Design based on an original but never-built 1937 design by Tore Holm and her interior is by the collective of Hoek Design and deVosdeVries Design. This ocean greyhound is built in aluminium to Lloyd’s 100 A1 with teak decks.
J-Class racing is enjoying a phenomenal resurgence in popularity – there are more J Class yachts racing now than there were in their 1930s heyday. She is the longest and the latest J Class ever built and, as a route into gentlemen’s yacht racing, SVEA, the newly-crowned J Class champion 2018, is the obvious choice.
GHOST is a multi-award-winning 37.3m (122.2ft) Bermudan sloop delivered in 2005 by Vitters. Her exteriors are unmistakably the work of Luca Brenta, as is her naval architecture, and her contemporary, minimalist interiors are the result of a collaboration between Piero Lissoni’s Italian studio and American interior designer Kitty Hawks.
She won Best Performance Sailing Superyacht at the World Superyacht Awards 2006, Most Innovative Sailing Yacht at the ShowBoats International Awards and Best Sailing Yacht Interior at the International Superyacht Society Awards. A huge moulded glass coachroof skylight floods the interior with light and allows views from below while appearing almost opaque from outside.
To find out more about Burgess’ yachts 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.