The eagerly awaited Superyacht Rendezvous Montenegro 2015 is set to kick off in the fabulous Montenegro yacht vacation location in just over one month. The event will host some of the world’s finest motor yachts.
ALYSSA (Tansu, 38,7m)
One of the World Superyacht Awards 2015 finalists, luxury motor yacht ALYSSA was designed as a development on Tansu‘s previous open design, superyacht ONLY NOW, with the aim of creating an even more minimal interior and more open spaces. The interiors of this striking vessel feature a very clean design language, emphasizing the large volumes as well as sense of space. The open areas host an al-fresco dining and lounging area in the aft of the salon on the main deck, a beach area when the tenders are launched, a lounge on the bow of the vessel and a protected bench style dining in the front of the flybridge.
LA CIMA III (Pershing, 35,1m)
Boasting a sleek and dynamic external profile, the Pershing 115’ superyacht LA CIMA III provides excellent performance and maximum comfort. One of Pershing’s most ambitious creations to date, this beautiful vessel features stylish and elegant interiors where luxury and privacy are paramount.
ELENA (Heesen, 46,7m)
A winner of the World Superyacht Award 2015 in the ‘Displacement Motor Yacht of Below 500GT of 44m and above’ category, luxury yacht ELENA by Heesen Yachts is a full displacement vessel, with classic, contemporary design. Thanks to zero speed stabilizers, she offers supreme comfort at anchor, while her round bilge hull with bulbous bow run by twin MTU 8V 4000 M63 diesels provides smooth and safe cruising in all sea conditions. Between her delivery at the end of June 2014 to the Monaco Yacht Show 2014 in September, she cruised more than 5,500 nautical miles, taking her owners from the Scandinavian waters to the Mediterranean sea.
EXUMA (Perini Navi, 50m)
Long, lean and lightweight, the all-aluminium super yacht EXUMA by Perini Navi has been designed to create less resistance to the water than a conventional displacement hull, thus consuming remarkably led fuel. Awarded by RINA ‘Green Yacht of 2010’, this elegant greyhound of the oceans features a knife-like bow, delicately curved and almost vertical, designed to increase waterline length and minimise pitching.
INGOT (Burger Boat Company, 46,9m)
The custom built superyacht INGOT by Burger Boat boasts superbly hand crafted interior woodwork and four stroke DDC-MTU engines, in addition to many design features such as beveled mirrors and custom woven carpeting throughout. She has enjoyed the winter in the Caribbean, where she participated in the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta and Rendezvous 2015, hosted by the fabulous British Virgin Islands.
KOMOKWA (Horizon, 41m)
Luxury superyacht KOMOKWA (ex Bikini Queen 2, Rob Roy) was built by Horizon Yachts in 2009. She is mid-way through a round the world cruise, having left her home of Vancouver in October 2013, visiting San Diego, Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta. Subsequently, she cruised on the South Pacific, before returning to the Mediterranean for the Superyacht Rendezvous. Following the event, KOMOKWA is expected to continue her amazing voyage in the Caribbean and New England.
PARAISO (Feadship, 46,1m)
Spanning over three beautiful decks made from Teak, classic motor yacht PARAISO is a custom, steel and aluminium semi-displacement vessel, built by Feadship to a design by Jon Bannenberg in 1983. She boasts an ultra-modern stabilization system, which reduces roll motion effect and results in a more enjoyable cruising experience. Furthermore, she is fitted with bow thrusters, making her more manoeuvrable at low speeds.