Each and every September, the Principality of Monaco plays host to a Superyacht Show.
It is an exhibition of extraordinary, one-off superyachts built by the world’s most respected shipyards for their extremely wealthy clients. This year’s event, spanning four days from the 27th to the 30th September, is sending strong signals to industry decision-makers and private clients. Of the 590 participating companies, 87% of those exhibiting have renewed their participation and around 40 superyachts delivered during 2017 will make their debuts among the 125 vessels being presented in the port.
Among the star attractions is Areti, built by the German Lürssen as Project Sasha. This 85-metre sensation has spent her fi rst summer since her successful delivery on 19th July, in the Mediterranean and her world debut will be sure to attract a great deal of attention.
London based Winch Design has been responsible for both the exterior and interior design and has given the yacht a sleek and balanced signature, complemented by a traditional, but fresh interior styling. The subtle cream hull, along with the white superstructure and grey accents are of a similar design to the owner’s previous yachts. Areti is a voluminous yacht, featuring an enormous and private master suite with eight spacious guest cabins. The yacht has a completely bespoke design and was built to satisfy the owners’ exacting requirements. Meeting the highest of standards, and without losing any charm or grandeur, she has been meticulously kept in line with the Passenger Yacht Code to be able to accommodate a larger number of guests. With eye-pleasing neutral fabrics and lavish wood throughout, she presents an air of sophistication as well as exuding comfort. Many of the entertaining areas of the yacht impose a beach-chic vibe without losing her quintessential elegance.
On the lower deck aft, one can find a luxurious spa complete with sauna, hot tub, full depth plunge pool and experience showers. This magnificent area further extends to the adjacent relaxation beach club, which in turn, opens up to the vast swim platform via a large transom door.