10 Amazing Superyachts We’ve Featured In 2015
To sail the seven seas has always been a dream of mine and I’m sure I’m not the only one who wants to do that, right? Some people have already fulfilled this dream by designing, building and actually enjoying some of the most exquisite vessels the world has ever seen.
And if you plan to enjoy the warm breeze, the sun and the tranquility of the high seas, you should definitely think about purchasing a luxury yacht, and these 10 vessels you’ll see here will surely get you inspired. Here are the 10 amazing superyachts that made us shiver in 2015:
10. Logica 147-01
Designed by Martin Kemp Design, Logica 147-01 is a 44.8-meter superyacht, showing off an impressive interior, with a modern and sophisticated vibe mixed with super luxurious materials. There are six accommodations on board – one master suite, one VIP cabin and four guest cabins- all well-appointed, nicely decorated and very, very comfortable.
The outdoor facilities are impressive as well, with passengers being able to enjoy a large dining table, with seating for up to a dozen and a partly shaded bar. Let’s not forget about the amazing 5.5-meter swimming pool, located forward on the main deck, which will probably get most of your guests’ attention.
Designed by Motion Code: Blue, the Imara is a gigantic luxury yacht concept based on an oil tanker. Surely, this is something unheard of, although it seems somewhat of a logical choice. The massive 918-foot vessel is almost twice as large as the largest yacht you’ve seen, and luxury is not an issue as the name Imara is actually based on the Arabic word for emirate.
Life on board would be extravagant, to say the least. The ship has a 57-meter beam and 11 decks, with the fore deck elevated to accommodate up to three helipads. The interiors, on the other hand, were designed to allow BMW i3’s to pass through, which sounds odd and fun at the same time. This is easily the most spectacular ship ever imagined.
This year the renowned Dutch shipbuilder Feadship has designed and built Savannah, the world’s first hybrid superyacht. Measuring 83.5 meters, this sleek vessel features a streamlined hull with a superstructure that incorporates composite panels, polished stainless steel strips, aluminum supports and teak.
With enough room to comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests, alongside 22 to 26 crew members, this yacht will definitely make anyone feel like home. Savannah has been recently launched with a James Bond-themed ceremony, which only seems right for such a luxurious yacht.
Gigreca is a breathtaking 24-meter superyacht designed by the Italian Sea Group and built using fiberglass, with naval architecture by Jacques Faroux and an exterior design by De Benedetti & Fiordi, who worked hard on satisfying any possible demand. Offering high levels of customization, the sailing beauty comes with dark metallic grey hull featuring dark red waterline stripes, as well as beige superstructure.
Inside the cabin, this stunning vessel features large windows, creating the illusion of large spaces, alongside a stylish, modern color palette and luxurious furnishings. The accommodations include a lavish master suite, a VIP cabin, a double cabin and one double bunk cabin for guests. The layout can also be customized and that only adds to the overall charm of the yacht.
6. Necker Belle
Designed to be a reflection of Sir Richard Brandon’s Necker Island resort, the Necker Belle is a breathtaking catamaran that’s actually available for private charter. This vessel is one of the very few luxury sailing catamarans in the world, completely rebuilt by Azzura Yachts in Australia.
A finalist at the World Superyacht Awards, this yacht is like a mobile version of the Necker Island, looking like a luxurious sea retreat that will accommodate up to 12 guests in four amazing rooms, a master suite, a double cabin and two twin cabins, all equipped with en suite shower rooms, flat screen TVs, iPod docking stations and featuring a tasteful interior design.
A professional crew of 7 people and a couple of water toys will make sure passengers feel spoiled, not to mention the Necker Nymph, which is actually the world’s first fully submersible aero submarine.
Inspired by a legendary warhorse of the Tang Dynasty Emperor Taizong, the beautiful 69-meter motor yacht Saluzi was originally built in 2003. However, 2013 saw it go through an extensive makeover, resulting in a true work of art. The exterior of the Saluzi has been imagined by Chinese artist Li Jiwei as an expression of both East and West.
The restoration project included modifying all rooms, including two luxurious master suites, 7 VIP cabins, 7 deluxe cabins and also rooms for 32 crew members. Add in the the sunloungers, cinema, large gym and a beautiful wet/dry spa, and you start to understand the charms of this incredible vessel.
The Sailing yacht Ganesha was designed by the acclaimed Dutch shipyard Vitters to combine elegance, top performance and efficiency in one exquisite package. Featuring a minimalist exterior and simple interiors, this comfortable and luxurious yacht was imagined upon customer request.
As you can imagine, the attention to details is astonishing, in every single aspect of this vessel’s design. Efficiency and comfort are key for Ganesha, as the name was inspired by well known Hindu divinity with the friendly face of an elephant, symbolizing benevolence, grace, kindness and playfulness.
Ganesha could be called a game-changer, a performance vessel equally comfortable and efficient, not to mention outrageously beautiful.
3. Rox Star
The recently introduced 39.90 meter yacht Rox Star is sleek, stylish and fast. Showing off an intriguing mix of traditional Turkish-built quality and contemporary superyacht design, the Rox Star has been imagined with the most exciting sailing experience in mind. Designed in-house by the Bodrum-based Oguz Marin, the vessel features a sleek pearlescent black hull, with matching sails and a classic deck house.
Reminiscent of the Black Pearl, this striking yacht comes with vast exterior deck space, divided into separate areas dedicated to socializing, sunbathing and much more. The full beam master suite on board is absolutely amazing, boasting a stylish design and luxurious materials, as do the four guest cabins.
Baglietto’s Pachamama Superyacht is a marvelous fast cruiser, with spacious and bright living areas, that has een designed by Francesco Paszkowski. Featuring minimalist exterior lines, the sleek vessel shows off a 75 square-meter flybridge that allows passengers to relax and chill out in a cozy environment. The central lounge area and the covered dining area will also contribute to the unique experience on the high seas, offering stunning views around.
The fore deck hides a private space, fitted with an intimate Jacuzzi, while the main salon includes a comfortable lounge area with a bar, with the full beam dining area, located forwards. All guest cabins feature lively artworks, natural teak panels and leather inserts, not to mention dark leathers and wood.
Completed earlier this year, the 55-meter long Atlante superyacht was designed by the famed Italian shipyard CRN. Featuring a military-like exterior and a powerful vibe, this breathtaking vessel also shows off a sophisticated interior, with a masculine color scheme.
This astonishing vessel will easily accommodate up to 12 guests within a five stateroom layout, consisting of the large full beam owner’s suite and four VIP cabins. The owner’s suite is sophisticated, to say the least, but the four guests cabins are not to be ignored either.
There are plenty of comfortable seating areas aboard, as well as exclusive decorations, the likes of plush sofas, an inset Tai Ping rug or a unique al fresco dining area. A glorious sundeck with a spa pool at the bow, a shaded seating area, as well as a comfortable, spacious sunbathing area, are also found on this deck.
Fun is of the utmost importance, which becomes obvious once you find the nine meter custom made limo tender and 9 meter walkaround.