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Siren arrived two years later, also courtesy of Nobiskrug, with a sleek, sporty and timeless profile and a silver-gray hull that “shimmers in the sea and absorbs the light all around.”

As with Triple Seven , large exterior deck spaces are one of Siren ’s key features, with lots of sunbathing options and alfresco dining spots. This is best seen on the sun deck with the jacuzzi, which forms the hub of the yacht. Sunpads forward are twinned with a shaded aft deck for yoga and massage treatments. There is also lounge seating for cozy evenings in front of the outdoor cinema. A second indoor cinema is located on the bridge deck, with three double daybeds and blacked-out walls for the full experience.

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“After building Triple Seven , I wanted to change the way we would use Siren to enhance outdoor living space and add clean, uncluttered and simple interiors that allow the sea and surrounding beauty to be the main palette,” Reuben told Robb Report . “At the time it was quite avantgarde, because most yachts were about the interiors, not the outdoor space.”

The beach club—a water-level area that Reuben credits David with dreaming up—highlights this ethos. “The beach club is my favorite place onboard, close to the sea and away from it all,” she says. “It certainly created a trend that all upcoming yachts followed. We have our gym there as well, and I like working out on the swim platform.”

The master suite is defined by its adjoining spaces, with a walk-in wardrobe that leads into large his and hers bathrooms with Lalique fittings. A fold-down double bed can be assembled in the office area and sectioned off to create additional family accommodation. Four ensuite cabins are located on the lower deck, including a VIP with a sofa area and desk, two double cabins and a twin. A fifth double cabin is positioned on the bridge deck, with an elevator connecting all three interior levels.

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It was during the design of Triple Seven’s minimalist interior by Newcruise Design that Reuben was introduced to Katharine Raczek, a recent graduate who just started working at the Hamburg-based studio. She enlisted the young designer to assist with Siren .

“The design brief was that it shouldn’t feel like a yacht interior but more like an airy apartment overlooking Central Park in New York or Hyde Park in London,” says Raczek. “It had to be more modern than Triple Seven in a radical way.”

Across the interior, silk hand-knotted carpets, fine wool and cashmere are twinned with straight, curly and birdseye maple, black-veined limestone and marble. Bleached maple veneer is used for the interior walls. As a design highlight, Raczek points to the floating central staircase that wraps around the elevator. It’s underlit, so it appears to “dance at night” on the open, foldable helipad.

“I resolved to use as few interior finishes as possible to create an environment of calm and serenity,” says Reuben. “I also didn’t want to be too precious, as I have a large family with grandchildren and wanted a yacht where no areas would be off limits.”

“I love Siren ’s design and tend to keep renewing her with the same fabrics, keeping her as fresh as the first day I embarked,” says Reuben. “I feel joy each time I approach her on the tender. She is my great love.”

Sharing the love is possible, since Siren is up for charter via Burgess Yachts.

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SIREN Motor yacht for charter

SIREN is 73.5m (241.2ft) of cool sophistication. Boasting acres of deck space, this superyacht is designed for outdoor living, with infinite sunbathing options, an outdoor cinema and a choice of al fresco dining areas.

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Cool understatement, a tranquil yacht that offers an optimum lifestyle.

  • Fold-out balcony in the master suite
  • A dedicated indoor cinema room, plus an outdoor cinema on the sun deck
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  • Elevator from lower deck to bridge deck
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Built by Nobiskrug, her cool, bright interior is devoid of clutter, creating clean lines and a calm, relaxing ambience throughout. The impressive main salon is a popular chill out area and a large, stylish space for entertaining, with a long dining table for formal dinners. Continuing the indoor/outdoor theme, a circular bar connects the salon with the aft deck which is large enough that all guests can be in the same place without feeling crowded, whether relaxing on the sofas, or the loungers on the raised circular sunbathing platform.

Head to the bridge deck's luxurious indoor movie theatre with its three double daybeds, large screen and blacked out walls for the full cinema experience. Guests love catching up on major sporting events, or watching a movie in the cinema, at any time of day. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast in the sheltered bridge deck dining area, then take a coffee and a newspaper (printed on board) to the aft seating area and make the most of the morning sun.

The sun deck is the hub of this luxury charter yacht during the day. The forward section is a sunbathing haven with a refreshing jacuzzi, and sun pads at every angle. On the shaded aft deck, take a morning yoga class or an early evening massage then, when it gets dark, kick back on the sofas as the area is transformed into an atmospheric outdoor cinema.

SIREN's accommodation is fresh and tranquil, with six cabins for 12 guests. The master suite is airy and spacious with full length windows, an office and a fold-down balcony. Extensive storage space is provided in the walk-in wardrobe, which leads into large his and hers bathrooms with Lalique fittings. A fold-down double bed can be assembled in the office area and sectioned off to create additional family accommodation.

Four en suite cabins are located on the lower deck, including a VIP with a sofa area and desk, two double cabins and a twin. A further double cabin is positioned on the bridge deck, with an elevator connecting all three interior levels.

Work out in the cool, shaded beach club gym with its fresh air and water level view. Then cool off in the sea-pool, leap off the swim platform or ask the crew to launch the extensive selection of action-packed watertoys.

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Please note that tenders and toys are subject to regular upgrades and changes. Contact a Burgess broker for the latest information.

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Nobiskrug - SIREN YACHT

LOA: 73.52 m

Beam: 12.0 m

Draft: 3.65 m

Interior: Newcruise Design

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Hull: Steel

Superstructure: Steel / GRP

Max. speed: 17 knots

Cruising speed: 15 knots

Gross tonnage: 1,585

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“While watching the boat slowly taking shape in Rendsburg, we suddenly became aware of how seductive and mysterious she seemed. We just knew then that we had to call her SIREN and we are absolutely delighted with the result.” The Owner

In Greek mythology SIRENs lured sailors with their song…the multi-award-winning SIREN yacht entices with her clean lines and technical finesse.

SIREN’s elegant silhouette…

…attracts attention everywhere she goes and not only along the French coast. The allure of this luxury yacht lies not only in the slender, finely-curved hull lines on her forecastle that make her appear longer than her 74 m, but also in her almost extravagant outside spaces, in those wide corridors and staircases that allow a stroll à deux, side by side and without bottlenecks.

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Yet another reason may be the numerous technical innovations that designers and engineers have come up with and that set her apart from other yachts.

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…is the world’s first luxury yacht with a hydraulic foldable helicopter platform that can also be used as a sundeck, a dance floor or a stage.

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Also the Owner‘s side terrace on SIREN yacht was an innovation of its time.

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Luxury Motor yacht SIREN is a 73m steel displacement superyacht built in Germany by Nobiskrug in 2008. She boats interior and exterior design by Newcruise Yacht Projects in Hamburg. M/Y SIREN provides luxurious and spacious accommodation for up to 12 yacht guests in 6 cabins.

NOTABLE FEATURES: ~ Marvellous outdoor areas ~ Bridgedeck cinema ~ Beach club ~ Gym ~ Jacuzzi ~ Elevator ~ Elegant interior styling with use of opulent materials ~ Multiple dining options ~ Spacious master cabin with fold-out balcony ~ Helipad ~ Winner at the World Superyacht Awards

SIREN is certainly one of the most important superyachts in the world today. Her design and build quality are second to none. Impressive when viewing from the quayside or minute detail in any room, she wants for nothing. SIREN’s deck spaces are a marvel in terms of style and usability.

She is impressively large and spacious, and her first class design and layout means she really does offer everything, both inside and outside. She also provides contemporary, uncluttered styling where a huge amount of thought has gone into the details in both functionality and style. The result is a yacht that has amazing ‘wow factor’ for entertaining but also a concurrent relaxed and informal themes, ideal for life aboard comfort.

Her master suite is situated forward on the yacht’s main deck with dressing room and his + hers bathrooms. There is also a private office which can become part of stateroom with a double Pullman bunk to be utilised if required.

SIREN offers four further staterooms on her lower deck, all of the considerable sizes. Three of them have queen-sized beds, and one on the bridge deck comes with twin and a double.

The yacht’s internal passenger lift serves four decks for ease of movement. Along with her impressive audio-visual entertainment systems, SIREN boasts a movie cinema on her bridge deck as well as a sundeck outside the cinema. She has fantastic entertaining and dining areas – formal or alfresco and plenty of gadgets to discover.

SIREN Specifications

The luxury motor yacht’s two MTU 16V4000M60 2,360 BHP engines give her a cruising speed of 14 knots and a top speed of 17 knots.

Yacht Accommodation

SIREN has Guest Accommodation for up to 12 yacht guests: Master cabin forward on main deck with dressing room and his + hers bathrooms, including office which can become part of stateroom with a double pullman. There are four staterooms on lower deck, three with queen beds and one twin and a double on the bridge deck. Passenger lift serves 4 decks.

Amenities and Extras

Tenders & Toys: 12m Chase 7.5m Novurania Custom line 5m Nautica 2 Waverunners 3 man2 jet ski's (stand up) Watersports equipment. Audio Visual Equipment and Deck FacilitiesFilms on demand (High definition) Cinema on Bridge DeckSundeck Outside Cinema Audio on demand Surround Sound in Cinemas, Master Cabin, Saloon, aft deck, Sky lounge, Beach clubSAT TV + Local CD / DVD Crestron Touch screensKaleidescop Distribution of CCTV and Chart Plotter signals. CommunicationsWiFi, V sat and internet link.

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The luxury yacht SIREN displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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SIRAN Yacht – The Impressive $50 M Superyacht

In the realm of luxury yachts, few vessels can boast the timeless elegance and enduring legacy of the SIRAN yacht.

Crafted by Feadship, a name synonymous with excellence in yacht building, and designed by the visionary Jon Bannenberg, the SIRAN yacht is a masterpiece that seamlessly marries opulence with sophistication.

Join us as we navigate the lavish interior, appreciate the captivating exterior, delve into the yacht’s valuation, explore its accommodations, examine its specifications, and ultimately summarize the unparalleled allure of the SIRAN yacht.

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Stepping into the interior of the SIRAN yacht is akin to entering a realm where opulence meets artistry.

Designed by the esteemed Jon Bannenberg himself, the interior exudes a sense of refinement and luxury.

The accommodations are designed to host 12 guests in six lavish cabins, ensuring an intimate and comfortable experience for all onboard.

A crew of 17 stands ready to provide impeccable service, ensuring that guests’ every need is met with the utmost care and attention.

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The SIRAN yacht’s exterior is a true masterpiece that speaks volumes about the yacht’s impeccable craftsmanship.

Constructed by Feadship, a renowned Dutch shipbuilder, the yacht’s steel hull and aluminum superstructure contribute to its sturdy build while exuding an air of sophistication.

With a length of 67 meters (220 feet), the SIRAN yacht commands attention with its sleek lines and graceful profile, making a striking impression as it glides through the water.

Accommodation

With the capacity to host 12 guests in 6 cabins, the SIRAN yacht offers a haven of comfort and luxury.

Each cabin is thoughtfully designed to provide a private sanctuary where guests can unwind and rejuvenate.

The onboard crew of 17 ensures that every guest is catered to with a level of service that matches the yacht’s opulent surroundings.

Yacht Specifications

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Powered by Caterpillar engines, the SIRAN yacht embodies both performance and grace.

With a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots, it navigates the seas with ease and elegance.

The yacht’s impressive range of over 3,500 nautical miles empowers it to embark on remarkable journeys, offering its guests the opportunity to explore distant horizons.

Yacht Price

The SIRAN yacht stands as a testament to excellence in design, engineering, and craftsmanship.

Valued at $50 million, its price tag reflects the meticulous attention to detail and the luxurious amenities that define the yacht’s essence.

Additionally, owning a luxury yacht comes with annual running costs, estimated between $2 million and $5 million.

These costs encompass crew salaries, maintenance, fuel, and other operational expenses that ensure the yacht’s impeccable condition and guest satisfaction.

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SIRAN Yacht Summary

In the world of luxury yachts, the SIRAN yacht reigns supreme as a symbol of elegance, refinement, and legacy.

From its meticulously crafted interior to its captivating exterior, every aspect of the yacht reflects a dedication to providing an unparalleled experience for its guests.

Owned by a visionary businessman with a philanthropic heart, the yacht encapsulates a commitment to excellence both on and off the water.

With its price tag reflecting the value of luxury and its annual running costs ensuring seamless operation, the SIRAN yacht continues to make waves in the world of maritime magnificence.

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Who Owns Which Superyacht? (A Complete Guide)

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Have you ever wondered who owns the most luxurious, extravagant, and expensive superyachts? Or how much these lavish vessels are worth? In this complete guide, we’ll explore who owns these magnificent vessels, what amenities they hold, and the cost of these incredible yachts.

We’ll also take a look at some of the most expensive superyachts in the world and the notable people behind them.

Get ready to explore the world of superyachts and the people who own them!

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Short Answer

The ownership of superyachts is generally private, so the exact answer to who owns which superyacht is not always publicly available.

However, there are some notable superyacht owners that are known.

For example, Larry Ellison, the co-founder of Oracle, owns the Rising Sun, which is the 11th largest superyacht in the world.

Other notable owners include Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.

Overview of Superyachts

The term superyacht refers to a large, expensive recreational boat that is typically owned by the worlds wealthy elite.

These vessels are designed for luxury cruising and typically range in size from 24 meters to over 150 meters, with some even larger.

Superyachts usually feature extensive amenities and creature comforts, such as swimming pools, outdoor bars, movie theaters, helipads, and spas.

Superyachts can range in price from $30 million to an astonishingly high $400 million.

Like most luxury items, the ownership of a superyacht is a status symbol for those who can afford it.

The list of superyacht owners reads like a whos who of billionaires, with names like Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

The most expensive superyacht in the world is owned by the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.

While some superyacht owners prefer to keep their vessels out of the public eye, others have made headlines with their extravagant amenities.

Some of the most famous superyachts feature swimming pools, private beaches, helicopter pads, on-board cinemas, and luxurious spas.

In conclusion, owning a superyacht is an exclusive status symbol for the world’s wealthy elite.

These vessels come with hefty price tags that can range from $30 million to over $400 million, and feature some of the most luxurious amenities imaginable.

Notable owners include the Emir of Qatar, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

Who are the Owners of Superyachts?

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From Hollywood celebrities to tech billionaires, superyacht owners come from all walks of life.

Many of the most well-known owners are billionaires, including Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

Other notable owners include Hollywood stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Johnny Depp.

However, not all superyacht owners are wealthy.

Many are everyday people who have worked hard and saved up to purchase their dream vessel.

Other notable billionaire owners include Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison, Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, and former US President Donald Trump.

These luxurious vessels come with hefty price tags that can range from $30 million to over $400 million.

For many superyacht owners, their vessels serve as a status symbol of wealth and luxury.

Some owners prefer to keep their yachts out of the public eye, while others have made headlines with their extensive amenities – from swimming pools and helicopter pads to on-board cinemas and spas.

Many of these yachts are designed to the owner’s exact specifications, ensuring that each one is totally unique and reflects the owner’s individual tastes and personality.

Owning a superyacht is an exclusive club, reserved for those with the means and the desire to experience the ultimate in luxury.

Whether they are billionaires or everyday people, superyacht owners are all united in their love of the sea and their appreciation for the finer things in life.

The Most Expensive Superyacht in the World

When it comes to superyachts, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar, certainly knows how to make a statement.

His luxury vessel, the 463-foot Al Mirqab, holds the title of the world’s most expensive superyacht.

Built in 2008 by German shipbuilder Peters Werft, this impressive yacht is complete with 10 luxurious cabins, a conference room, cinema, and all the amenities one would expect from a vessel of this magnitude.

In addition, the Al Mirqab features a helipad, swimming pool, and even an outdoor Jacuzzi.

With a price tag of over $400 million, the Al Mirqab is one of the most expensive yachts in the world.

In addition to the Emir of Qatar, there are several other notable owners of superyachts.

Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos all own luxurious vessels.

Bezos yacht, the aptly named The Flying Fox, is one of the longest superyachts in the world at a staggering 414 feet in length.

The Flying Fox also comes with a host of amenities, such as a helipad, swimming pool, spa, and multiple outdoor entertaining areas.

Bezos also reportedly spent over $400 million on the vessel.

Other notable owners of superyachts include Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who owns the $200 million Kingdom 5KR, and Oracle founder Larry Ellison, who owns the $200 million Rising Sun.

There are also many lesser-known owners, such as hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin, who owns the $150 million Aviva, and investor Sir Philip Green, who owns the $100 million Lionheart.

No matter who owns them, superyachts are sure to turn heads.

With their impressive size, luxurious amenities, and hefty price tags, these vessels have become a symbol of wealth and prestige.

Whether its the Emir of Qatar or a lesser-known owner, the worlds superyacht owners are sure to make a statement.

Notable Superyacht Owners

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When it comes to the wealthiest and most luxurious owners of superyachts, the list reads like a whos who of the worlds billionaires.

At the top of the list is the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who holds the distinction of owning the most expensive superyacht in the world.

Aside from the Emir, other notable owners include Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

All of these owners have made headlines with their extravagant vessels, which are typically priced between $30 million and $400 million.

The amenities that come with these vessels vary greatly from owner to owner, but they almost always include luxurious swimming pools, helicopter pads, on-board cinemas, and spas.

Some owners opt for more extravagant features, such as submarines, personal submarines, and even their own personal submarines! Other owners prefer to keep their vessels out of the public eye, but for those who prefer a more showy approach, they can certainly make a statement with a superyacht.

No matter who owns the vessel, it’s no surprise that these superyachts are a status symbol among the world’s wealthiest.

Whether you’re trying to impress your peers or just looking to enjoy a luxurious outing, owning a superyacht is the ultimate way to show off your wealth.

What Amenities are Included on Superyachts?

Owning a superyacht is a sign of wealth and prestige, and many of the worlds most prominent billionaires have their own vessels.

The most expensive superyacht in the world is owned by the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, while other notable owners include Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

The cost of a superyacht can range from $30 million to over $400 million, but the price tag doesnt quite capture the sheer extravagance and amenities of these vessels.

Superyachts come with all the comforts of home, and then some.

Many owners will equip their vessels with swimming pools, helicopter pads, on-board cinemas, spas, and other luxury amenities.

The interior of a superyacht can be custom-designed to the owners specifications.

Some owners opt for modern, sleek designs, while others prefer a more traditional look.

Many of the most luxurious yachts feature marble floors, walk-in closets, and custom-made furniture.

Some vessels even come with a full-service gym, complete with exercise equipment and trained professionals.

Other amenities may include a library, casino, media room, and private bar.

When it comes to outdoor amenities, superyachts have some of the most impressive features in the world.

Many yachts come with outdoor entertainment areas, complete with full kitchens, dining rooms, and lounge areas.

Some owners even opt for hot tubs or jacuzzis for relaxing afternoons in the sun.

And, of course, there are the jet skis, water slides, and other exciting water activities that come with many of these vessels.

No matter what amenities a superyacht has, it is sure to be an experience like no other.

From the sleek interiors to the luxurious outdoor features, these vessels provide a unique, luxurious experience that is unrivaled on land.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing escape or an exciting adventure, a superyacht is sure to provide.

How Much Do Superyachts Cost?

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When it comes to superyachts, the sky is the limit when it comes to cost.

These luxury vessels come with hefty price tags that can range from anywhere between $30 million to over $400 million.

So, if youre in the market for a superyacht, youre looking at an investment that could easily break the bank.

The cost of a superyacht is driven by a variety of factors, including size, amenities, and customization.

Generally, the larger the yacht, the more expensive it will be.

Superyachts typically range in size from 100 feet to over 200 feet, and they can be as wide as 40 feet.

The bigger the yacht, the more luxurious features and amenities it will have.

Amenities also play a significant role in the cost of a superyacht.

While some owners prefer to keep their yachts out of the public eye, others have made headlines with their extensive amenities.

From swimming pools and helicopter pads to on-board cinemas and spas, the sky is the limit when it comes to customizing a superyacht.

The more amenities a superyacht has, the more expensive it will be.

Finally, customization is another major factor that will drive up the cost of a superyacht.

Many luxury vessels have custom-designed interiors that are tailored to the owners tastes.

From custom furniture and artwork to lighting and audio systems, the cost of a superyacht can quickly escalate depending on the level of customization.

In short, the cost of a superyacht can vary widely depending on its size, amenities, and customization.

While some may be able to get away with spending a few million dollars, others may end up spending hundreds of millions of dollars on their dream yacht.

No matter what your budget is, its important to do your research and find out exactly what youre getting for your money before signing on the dotted line.

Keeping Superyachts Out of the Public Eye

When it comes to owning a superyacht, some owners prefer to keep their vessels out of the public eye.

Understandably, these individuals are concerned with privacy and discretion, and therefore tend to take measures to ensure their yachts are not visible to outsiders.

For instance, some superyacht owners opt to keep their vessels in private marinas, away from the public areas of larger ports.

Additionally, some yacht owners may choose to hire security guards to patrol and protect their vessels while they are moored or sailing.

In addition to physical security, some superyacht owners also use technology to keep their vessels out of the public eye.

For example, a yacht owner may choose to install a satellite-based communications system that allows them to keep their vessel completely off-radar.

This system works by bouncing signals off satellites rather than transmitting them, making it virtually impossible for anyone to track the yachts movements.

Finally, some superyacht owners also choose to limit the number of people who have access to their vessels.

For instance, the owner may only allow family members and close friends to board the yacht.

Additionally, the owner may choose to employ a limited number of staff to help maintain the vessel and keep it running smoothly.

These individuals may be required to sign non-disclosure agreements to ensure they do not disclose any information about the yacht or its owner.

Overall, while some superyacht owners may choose to keep their vessels out of the public eye, there are still plenty of other ways to show off the opulence associated with owning a superyacht.

From swimming pools and helicopter pads to on-board cinemas and spas, there are many luxurious amenities that can make a superyacht the envy of any jet setter.

Final Thoughts

Superyachts are a symbol of luxury and status, and the list of yacht owners reads like a who’s who of billionaires.

From the Emir of Qatar’s world-record breaking $400 million yacht to Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s vessel with a helicopter pad and on-board spa, the amenities of these luxury vessels are truly stunning.

With prices ranging from $30 million to over $400 million, owning a superyacht is an expensive endeavor.

Whether you’re looking to purchase one or just curious to learn more about the owners and their amenities, this guide will provide you with all the information you need to stay up to date with the superyacht scene.

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45.7m  /  149'11 | palmer johnson | 2009 / 2021.

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  • Lloyds Register ✠ 100A1SSC YACHT, MONO, HSC, G6; MCH classification
  • Interior design from Nuvolari Lenard
  • Cruising speed of 22 knots
  • Sleeps 12 overnight
  • Shallow draft and fast speeds for reef exploration

The 45.7m/149'11" open yacht 'Norma Jean' (ex. Oneness) was built by Palmer Johnson in Monaco at their Sturgeon Bay, WI shipyard. Her interior is styled by Italian designer design house Nuvolari Lenard and she was completed in 2009. This luxury vessel's exterior design is the work of Nuvolari Lenard and she was last refitted in 2021.

Guest Accommodation

Norma Jean has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in 5 suites comprising one VIP cabin. She is also capable of carrying up to 8 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

Onboard Comfort & Entertainment

Her features include WiFi and air conditioning.

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Built with a aluminium hull and aluminium superstructure, with teak decks, she has impressive speed and great efficiency thanks to her planing hull. Powered by twin diesel MTU (16V4000M90) 3,647hp engines, she comfortably cruises at 22 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 27 knots. Her low draft of 1.77m/5'10" makes her primed for accessing shallow areas and cruising close to the shorelines. Her water tanks store around 5,700 Litres of fresh water. She was built to Lloyds Register ✠ 100A1SSC YACHT, MONO, HSC, G6; MCH classification society rules, and is MCA Compliant.

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The yacht-spotter's guide to the F1 Monaco Grand Prix

Every year, Monaco’s Grand Prix pulls in some of the fleet’s finest superyachts for a weekend of adrenaline-fuelled F1 action and A-lister events in the heart of the principality. Yachts moored stern to the circuit have a premium vantage point over the cars tearing around the track, while superyachts at anchor can enjoy all the Formula One buzz with the added benefit of privacy and seclusion. 

BOAT takes a closer look at the superyachts spotted near the event...

Renaissance

Length : 111.9m Builder : Freire

Renaissance is the largest private yacht built in Spain and one of the world's most expensive charter yachts . Which is quite the feat for Freire, a commercial shipyard that has built only one private yacht in the past. With 7,200GT to play with, her list of amenities include a sushi bar, a dedicated hair and beauty salon, a ballet bar with a mirror for stretching and two cinemas – one indoor, one outdoor. The owner's deck is described as "palatial" and comes with its own a media room, a lounge with bar and dining and a private terrace with a Jacuzzi for six.

Length : 52.1m Builder : Sanlorenzo

Spotted pulling into port with a Bugatti on the aft, Seven Sins is the perfect yacht for soaking up the Formula One action. She is part of Sanlorenzo's hugely successful 52Steel series, with features including a glass-bottomed pool on the aft that floods the beach club below with light. Her palatial interior design offers plenty of space for kicking back and watching the races in a more relaxed setting and her sharp Officina Italiana Design exterior is sure to attract attention in Monaco harbour. 

Length : 90m Builder : Benetti

Lionheart was launched in 2016 as the shipyard's largest build to date, though she was surpassed by the 107-metre Mar (ex Lana ) four years later. She was the third yacht to be ordered from Benetti by the same owner, Sir Philip Green. While her curvy exterior and private balconies will be visible to those visiting Port Hercule this weekend, interiors have always been shrouded in secrecy. It is known that  Stefano Natucci  collaborated with Benetti on the exterior design and Green & Mingarelli Design  is responsible for the interior design.

Fountainhead

Length : 87.8m   Builder : Feadship

Created with family use in mind, Fountainhead features a recreation room and library that can be converted into cabins to supplement the six existing guest cabins and owner's suite. She was designed by De Voogt Naval Architects and Sinot Yacht Design , though "a signature blend of art, antiques and aesthetics" by Belgian artist Axel Vervoordt are also displayed throughout.  Leisure highlights include a fully-equipped gym with health club, a contra-flow swimming pool and a tender garage that houses wave runners, kayaks, surfboard and diving equipment, among others. The superyacht is named after the famous novel by Ayn Rand.

Coral Ocean

Length : 72.6m Builder : Lürssen

A World Superyacht Award winner, Coral Ocean earned the judges' commendation following a sensitive, multi-million refit that converted the heritage vessel into a successful charter platform. All deck spaces were upgraded, including a reimagined sundeck that now houses a glass-sided spa pool, sunbathing and observation deck and a central deckhouse with a television lounge, dining area and bar. Coral Ocean was one of the largest launches of 1994 and her secrecy for the first two decades of her life solidified her as an icon for the German shipyard. She is owned by Australian garbage waste disposal giant Ian Malouf. 

Length : 72m   Builder : Lürssen

Delivered in 2006, Titania  (ex Apoise ) was put up for auction by her owner in 2010 and was snapped up for €33.75 million – roughly half the estimated value – by Phones4U tycoon John Caudwell. He then went on to refit, lengthen and rename the superyacht, which he discusses in an exclusive interview with BOAT International . Designed by Espen Øino and Francois Zuretti , the Lürssen was the star yacht in season six of The Crown and is a popular charter yacht. No wonder, as she sports a beach club that can be converted into a nightclub, an onboard masseuse and beautician and an impressive array of watersports – including a waterpark and a 12.7-metre slide.

Length : 70m Builder : Royal Denship

Force Blue first hit the water in 2002 as the 63.3-metre Big Roi , a trawler-style expedition yacht that has since been refitted to varying degrees. The most recent work was done at Lusben in 2022 and involved a seven-metre stern extension to allow for a large, wrap-around swim platform. The main deck was extended in the process as well. Design highlights include a black-tiled spa (with heated massage table), a cinema, a barbecue and dining area that turns into a disco and a dining room that doubles as a conference space. An elevator serves all decks.

Length : 67.5m Builder : Icon Yachts

The flagship of the Dutch shipyard, Loon (ex Icon ) is now anchored in Port Hercule where she is likely to cause another social media sensation . She was delivered in 2010 to a design by RWD , with clean, contemporary interiors by Studio Linse . A raised main deck pool is one of her many highlights with two panels of glass that filter natural light into the beach club below. A bar, gym, massage room and sauna are also found at this level. Loon was sold to a new owner in April 2023, after which she joined the charter fleet with IYC .

Length : 66m   Builder : Oceanco

AHS has undergone numerous name changes (she was sold and renamed mostly recently in January ) but started life as Dilbar in 2005. A successful charter yacht, she can be easily distinguished in port by her classic canoe stern. An interior by the late Alberto Pinto provides accommodation across eight cabins, including a full-beam owner's suite with its own lounge and adjoining private office. Other highlights include an outdoor cinema, a beamy sundeck with 19,000-litre pool and a helipad that transforms into a sun lounge.

Length : 49.9m Builder : Zepter

The Croatian yard's first superyacht offering, JoyMe is usually berthed in Cap d’Ail but has been sighted in Monaco for the past two Grands Prix. She’s one of the most recognisable yachts at the event, with her custom red and white exterior and unusual eye motif – said to be the eyes of the commissioning owner’s daughter. Leisure highlights include a Pop Art-inspired interior by  Marijana Radovic , a sundeck with a 3.5-metre Jacuzzi and a lower deck arranged with a gym, Finnish sauna and Hammam spa with sea views. Accommodation is across five cabins, including the "VIP deck" owner's cabin which has a walk-in bathroom, lounge and private sunbathing platform on the bow.

Length : 45.2m Builder : Royal Hakvoort

The most recent delivery on the list, Milele is one of this year's World Superyacht Award winners . According to the judges, she stood out thanks to her "incredible build quality” and surprising spaces on board. Most notable of these is the innovative foredeck garage, which stores a submarine and crane, and has a full entertainment suite with a large television screen built into its hatch. She was designed inside and out by Omega Architects with an efficient hull design by Van Oossanen Naval Architects .

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