The season is in full swing and we’re delighted to check out superyachts from around the world. Here’s where some of them have been seen.
Nord at St. Maarten
The Daily Herald
She was designed by the Italian design studio Nuvolari & Lenard. She spreads across six decks and can accommodate thirty-six guests in twenty staterooms.
Lady S at St George’s
The 93m Feadship superyacht Lady S has been spotted at St George’s. Representing one of the largest yachts ever built by Feadship, this 93m masterpiece has set a new standard in luxury. Working hand in hand with the experienced owners, Michael Leach Design has drawn an elegant and timeless exterior with breathtaking lines. Reymond Langton’s stunning interior is akin to a “beautiful and contemporary jewelry box”.
Her features a two-deck IMAX theatre, a fully certified helipad with Jet A fuel, four VIP suites each with 8k TVs, and facilities that cater to a wide range of sports including golf,
basketball, volleyball and soccer.
Cloudbreak at Cornwall
The 72m explorer yacht from Abeking & Rasmussen was just seen in Falmouth Harbour, according to local press. She was launched in 2016 and since then has cruised in Antarctica, South East Asia and Papua New Guinea.
The superyacht features exterior design by Espen Oeino, and has been named after one of the best surfing locations, situated in Fiji in the South Pacific. Interior style comes from the boards of Paris-based designer Christian Liaigre, with furnishings carefully selected by PH.D architectural bureau.
Cloudbreak reportedly hosts a large helipad, an observation platform, multiple kitesurfers, windsurfers, wakeboards, kayaks and scuba gear. During the globe-trotting trips, charter guests can cruise in comfort and luxury plus visit remote areas of the world.
Credits: The Daily Herald, BPM Media