The Monaco Yacht Show comes with the promise of luxury fleets of the latest in boating. While it’s possible to write for pages on the lavish displays you can expect at this year’s show, one of the top picks is Dutch yard Amels’ New Secret. According to Boat International, the details of this 74 meter superyacht are finally being revealed.
“The interior’s contrast with the first Amels 242 couldn’t be greater,” Rose Damen, the commercial director at Amels, said in a statement to Boat International. “It really shows the extent of customization possible through the involvement of the owners. The exterior has a warm and tastefully discreet color scheme, but there are also some significant customizations such as the extended eight-meter swimming pool on the main deck and the larger helipad on bridge deck.”
According to Boat International, New Secret is made of aluminum and steel. The interior includes a master suite and a yacht spa. In addition to the master suite, the additional five cabins can accommodate 12 guests.
While the average car on the road is 10.8 years old, it wouldn’t be surprising if an owner of a rig like this traded their vehicle to take to the sea full time. After all, the four-deck yacht has a total fuel capacity of 55,000 liters and can reach 5,000 nautical miles at 12.5 knots.
Monaco Yacht Show Delivers Superyachts
So, what else can you expect from the Monaco Yacht Show? It looks like New Secret has some compatible company.
“As with every year, show management has served up a feast — superyachting’s crème de la crème,” Felix Sowerbutts writes in SuperyachtNews. “Whether clients are scouring the docks for the best brokerage deal in sight, or conducting field research into the latest superyacht designs, gizmos and gadgets, the Monaco Yacht Show has it all.”
Some of the highlights include the 92 meter Aquarius, 85 meter Areti, and the 77.4 meter Legend. The Monaco Yacht Show will take place Sept. 27-30, 2017.
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