The owners would rather have the works of Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein and dozens of other artists on their yachts than in their homes.
Boat of the Week: This Former Supply Vessel Was Transformed Into a Fitness-Focused Superyacht With a Two-Tier Yoga Studio
The 179-foot “Latitude” has been transformed from ice-class supply boat to glam superyacht with twice the deck space of most yachts her size.
Boat of the Week: Built From Volcanic Lava, This Sailing Yacht Was Designed for the World’s Toughest Voyage
Created by a voyager who has sailed the globe multiple times, the Open60AAL is lighter and stronger than traditional carbon-fiber yachts.
Left corroding in a marina, the vessel’s new owner decided he didn’t want to restore the 138-foot superyacht, but recreate her with modern systems.
Cotton, feathers and hemp are used instead of leathers and woods, while non-reusable eggshells mimic coral and pearl on walls and tables.
One part yacht, two parts dive vessel, the one-of-a-kind 79-foot explorer offers sub-sea ocean views that no other superyacht can match.
‘Geco’ was designed to be social, with its own Buddha bar and expansive teak beach club. Even the helipad doubles as a private sun lounge.
“Marala” served as both family yacht and WWII warship. A London designer has modernized her, without changing her fundamental character.
The superyachts from Benetti, Bilgin, Amels, Feadship, Royal Huisman and Abeking & Rasmussen demonstrate the creativity and versatility of each builder.