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Behold: the Crescere – a 132m concept superyacht – green on the outside and green(isn) under the skin with a greenhouse, tropical garden and planted lounge area at its core, watered by an autonomous sensor and software system.

Huge glass panels on the hull admit sunlight and on the foredeck, a seawater swimming pool disappears when not in use to make room for a helipad. A electric-diesel hybrid engine powers electric motors with biofuel generators for general navigation, switching to diesel power for faster crossings.


Behold: Adastra – a luxury 43 meter trimaran originally commissioned by Hong Kong-based businessman Antony Marden from UK based builders Shuttleworth Design.

The stripped-down, lightweight carbon fibre and kevlar cruiser has a full-width master ensuite bedroom, two guest cabins, a massive 1,150 bhp Caterpillar C18 engine with a top speed of 23 knots and a 10-knot cruising range of 10,000 nautical miles.

Yours for a knockdown €10,700,000 ono.


Behold: the Project Valkyrie Superyacht –  just a concept for now but soon to be the world’s biggest luxury yacht.

Designed by Chulhun Park and Palmer Johnson, the massive 229m trimaran vessel, capable of a nippy 25 knots top speed – will accommodate 52 guests and 92 crew with a casino, theatre, mall, restaurants, and exhibition halls.

Estimated build cost: (drum roll…) €710,000,000.


Launched last month at the Monaco Yacht Show: the 120m Sinot Nature superyacht. – a geometric boutique hotel on water with spa deck, gym, dining room, sea-level swimming pool, two levels of floor-to-ceiling windows, luxury accommodation for eighteen guests and a spacious owner’s quarters with a climate-controlled inner garden.

Meh. Guess it’ll do while the good superyacht is being polished.


The staggering ‘Streets of Monaco’ is a 155-metre long hyper-yacht featuring swimming pools, tennis courts and a number of landmarks usually only found within the 0.78 square mile playboy’s playground.

At the centre-fold of the incredible ship is The Atrium which links the upper and lower living areas. The Atrium has seven guest suites which all include their own reception room, bathroom, dressing room, bedroom and balcony.

The super-rich owner of The Streets of Monaco would get the benefit of the main apartment spread over three floors, sprawling an amazing 1,460 square metres.

While only at a design stage, The Streets of Monaco would likely exceed the £665 million price-tag rumoured to be paid by Roman Abramovich for his ‘Eclipse’ yacht to become the world’s most expensive personal boat.

Buy it, deserve it.

Monaco-inspired yacht is maddest ever boat design (SWNS)