The Monaco Yacht Show has announced new developments in its themed exhibition areas, in the hopes of attracting a younger generation of clientele.
The 377ft Ahpo by Lürssen is set to be the largest yacht at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show from 28 September to 1 October.
The new powerful two-cabin Nimbus yacht from Sweden is notable for its flexible sunbathing and seating areas.
Featuring extensive use of carbon-fibre, the sleek Azimut 68 wows onlookers with its sporty lines by Alberto Mancini. However, the Italian builder’s new Flybridge model is also notable for its choice of three saloon layouts by interior designer Achille Salvagni, including an aft-galley version chosen for the first unit in Asia.
Following the launch of Lagoon 55 in 2021, the new Lagoon 51 will be debuting this April with total living space that is unparalleled on a boat of its size.
Said to be the world’s largest fibreglass motor yacht, the Wally Hybrid Yacht 200 has an astonishing volume of 200GT. Its futuristic design might very well be the front-runner when it comes to boating.