Anchor lines secure speedboats to their moorings during the Monaco Yacht Show in Port Hercules, Monaco, on Wednesday.

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Anchor lines secure speedboats to their moorings during the Monaco Yacht Show in Port Hercules, Monaco, on Wednesday.

Photographer: Balint Porneczi/Bloomberg

Glitter and Gunmetal: Exotic Yachts Stun at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show

More than 125 of the world’s most luxurious yachts are on display in Monaco’s Port Hercules during the 27th annual Monaco Yacht Show, which runs from Sept. 27-30. Gigantic ships both new and old compete for attention amid glitzy parties and exciting new technology debuts.
Areti
Areti

Luxury superyacht Areti, manufactured by Lurssen Werft GmbH & Co. KG, is nearly 280 feet (85 meters) long and features nine bedrooms and a hammam spa.

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On Board the Areti
On Board the Areti

The megayacht features a hot tub and a plunge pool, just in case.

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Jubilee
Jubilee

At a whopping 360 feet, the Oceanco-built Jubilee yacht was built in the Netherlands and features 15 bedrooms and a pool with an aquarium built into it.

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Jubilee’s Beach Club
Jubilee’s Beach Club

A superyacht’s “Beach Club” is an indoor/outdoor space at the rear of the ship, where guests can dip in and out of the water, steps from comfortable furniture and a wet bar.

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Home
Home

The hybrid propulsion superyacht Home was manufactured by the Dutch brand Heesen Yacht Builders BV.

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The Inner Workings
The Inner Workings

If you own Home, it’s likely you won’t spend a lot of time in the engine room, but this is where the magic happens. 

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A Water Sled
A Water Sled

A Seabob high performance water sled (a one-person submersible for shallow diving) manufactured by Cayago AG, sits at the “tenders and toys” display area.

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Okto
Okto

Luxury superyacht Okto, manufactured by ISA Yachts, sits at moorings in the harbor.

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The Okto Bedroom
The Okto Bedroom

The Okto superyacht has plenty of space for a kingsize bed, covered in silk bedding here. There are five cabins on board.

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A Pool With a View
A Pool With a View

A hot tub is positioned at Okto’s bow, flanked with pillows in the yacht’s signature black and gray color scheme, while a pool is at the stern.

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Dynamiq
Dynamiq
  1. Luxury yacht Dynamiq GTT 115, designed by F.A. Studio Porsche, has three guest cabins and a top speed of 21 knots.

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Surf’s Up
Surf’s Up

Easy storage for surfboards behind lounge seating on the deck of the Latitude, manufactured by Benetti SpA.

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Anastasia
Anastasia

A boat tender motors past the luxury superyacht Anastasia, manufactured by Oceanco.

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Next Generation Versatility
Next Generation Versatility

Attendees inspect an AgustaWestland AV169 Next Generation Versatility helicopter.

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The Floating City
The Floating City

The view at night, with lights from the superyachts shimmering across the harbor.

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