PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW
The event is taking place from Thursday, March 24 through Sunday, March 27, 2022. Experience the world's most luxurious yachts at the Superyacht Show Palm Beach. The exclusive marina provides berths for yachts up to 100 meters in length.
Let’s take a look at the top yachts from the Palm Beach Show:
SilverYachts | 2019 | 85.3m
A superyacht explorer from the Australian SilverYachts shipyard. Designed by Espen Øino International, this yacht is one of the most striking vessels with a warship aesthetic highlighted by her gray hull. The yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests and has two helipads. She is the largest yacht to be displayed at the boat show.
Photo: Charl van Rooy
Benetti | 2015 | 63m
The 63-meter superyacht 11.11, built at renowned Italian shipyard Benetti in 2015, features an innovative interior and a unique bow design. She is the winner of several awards: World Superyacht Awards 2016 and Asia Boating Awards 2016. Her layout accommodates 12 guests in 6 staterooms.
Photo: Jeff Brown
Rossinavi | 2020 | 48.8m
The 48.8-meter superyacht was built in November 2020 at Italian shipyard Rossinavi, and her interior and exterior were designed by Enrico Gobbi. Designed to accommodate ten guests in five cabins, the yacht features a combination of bright and natural wood tones and fabrics, using materials such as onyx and leather, and details in bronze brass metal.
Photo: Michele Chiroli
Heesen | 2012 | 46.7m
The Dutch superyacht Odyssea was built in 2012 for the shipyard's founder Frans Heesen and his wife Petra. The interior by Bannenberg & Rowell offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in six cabins, including a master suite on the main deck, a VIP cabin, two double cabins and two single cabins with Pullman berths.
Cheoy Lee | 2007 | 45m
She was built by the Chinese shipyard Cheoy Lee and delivered to her owner in 2007. Dorothea III was designed by Ron Holland with an eye towards adventure. She has won the Voyagers Award at the 2020 World Superyacht Awards after a 20-month round-the-world voyage. The vessel can accommodate up to 10 guests in five cabins.
Photo: Camper & Nicholson