These are the 10 best debuts at the indoor boat show in Düsseldorf.
As of the start of 2019, these are currently the biggest yachts by length.
The outboard power, tough aluminium hull, and spacious pilothouse set the T-40 Super Adventure apart.
Nerea Yacht’s NY24 is a novel design—including a unique three-tiered stern area, with full access to the water and rear protection in rough seas—in the heavily populated day-boat category.
This insane superyacht concept is 117 metre of exploration with a helipad, hangar, and a submarine garage
Alexis, part of the Goliath polar-explorer series, is a go-anywhere vessel with many luxurious touches.
CRN’s 75-metre bespoke Begallta from Lobanov Design is one of the most compelling new yacht design projects in its class.
The spacious, contemporary 120 Sunreef Power gives a new definition to catamaran cruising.
The 62-metre superyacht from the Italian yard Rossinavi has an unusual beach-club design along with large social spaces on the upper decks.
Oceanco’s uber-elegant 357-foot Project Bravo makes novel use of space for luxury accommodations.