Fitted with an elevator, cinema and gaming room, swimming pool, jacuzzi and waterslide, HERE COMES THE SUN is not your average superyacht.
September’s annual showcase of the latest and greatest in the yachting world has come to a close for another year. Despite over 40 world premieres, and a combined fleet value of €4 billion, a legendary superyacht built in 2003 was the star of the show.
Just a small step up from your first Toyota Corolla.
He made his fortune in waste, but Australian businessman Ian Malouf is stirring up the yacht charter industry with his newest venture, Ahoy Club.
Less than two months out from the world’s leading superyacht event, The CEO Magazine previews the luxury yachts and more at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show.
Montblanc, Rolls-Royce and Ferretti were among those attending the prestigious evening.
The new Marine Mega Yacht watch boasts nautical features.
As impressive as the F1 action is, it’s the harbour of Monaco, with its billions of dollars’ worth of boats berthed, botoxed-cheek to botoxed-cheek, that blows your mind.