Yachts spotted at the 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
The 2022 Formula 1 racing season is coming to an end, and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is back. This specific track welcomes an impressive lineup of superyachts every year, which are docked along the Yas Marina Circuit's edge, among the influx of spectators. We have spotted some of the greatest yachts attending this event.
Blohm & Voss • 105 m • 1990
The biggest superyacht currently anchored in the Yas Marina complex for the Grand Prix weekend is Lady Moura. She was the most expensive yacht ever built when German shipyard Blohm & Voss delivered her in 1990. The interiors of the ship reflect its rich past, with high-gloss mahogany standing out clearly against the 1990-original soft cream carpets. A helideck, an indoor pool with a retractable sunroof, a theater, and a walk-in wardrobe exclusively for the owner's shoes are a few other elements that speak to the yacht's obvious grandeur.
Oceanco • 91.5 m • 2014
Tranquility is a must-see during this weekend's yacht-spotting activities. The ship, which had a cruising range of 5,000 nautical miles when it was built by Oceanco, is frequently spotted roaming the Mediterranean in the summer. Her expedition-ready features include 26 guest rooms, a 20 square meter pool, two touch-and-go helipads, many Jacuzzis, and a sizable spa. Tranquility is available for charter (from €1,100,000 per week).
Oceanco • 85.5 m • 2010
Sunrays was delivered by Oceanco in 2010 and has an eye-catching turquoise hull. The ultimate guest experience is provided with her opulent spa, home theater, gyroscopic pool table, and expansive bridge deck (which has a pool, stocked bar, and DJ booth). Sunrays is currently available for charter starting at €1,000,000 per week.
Nobiskrug • 73.1 m • 2013
Odessa II won the World Superyacht Award for Best Displacement Motor Yacht in her class of 1,300GT to 1,999GT thanks to the German shipyard Nobiskrug's exceptional build quality and naval design. The yacht also features a whirlpool, an outdoor theater, and comfortable lounging areas throughout, providing guests with plenty of opportunities to see the Formula 1 cars zooming past during this weekend's event.
Austal Ships • 69.1 m • 2003
Saluzi is easily recognizable among other yachts thanks to its extraordinary pink-and-blue exterior design. She operates as a well-liked charter yacht with features that complement her vibrant exterior. Among them are a professional karaoke bar, a contemporary beach club, and an outdoor movie theater. She is available for charter from $480,000 per week.
Lürssen • 60 m • 2009
Caipirinha was launched by Lürssen in 2009 and won Yacht of the Year at the World Superyacht Awards. Her award-winning amenities include a private theater equipped with contemporary audio-visual technology, a well-stocked library for those who prefer to read, and unobstructed panoramic views.