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Created in 1991, The Monaco Yacht Show is one of the world’s most prestigious yacht shows with an exhibition of the largest megayachts. The Monaco Yacht Show has become the ultimate luxury engagement for elite clientele. Allowing them the unique opportunity to visit close to 120 custom superyachts.
Mercedes- Benz has once again defined the luxury lifestyle by revealing its stunning luxury yacht concept at a boat show in Monaco this month. Mercedes partnered with renowned yacht maker Silver Arrow Marines to create the dazzling yacht. The concept is called the Mercedes-Benz Arrow460- Granturismo and is referred to as the “Silver Arrow of the Seas”. With its sleek 45-foot lines & one of a kind “greenhouse” like cockpit, this yacht is sure to please any yachting enthusiast. The concept exists only as a scale model for now but Mercedes says the final version will begin delivery in early 2015. Silver Arrows Marine is currently taking orders for the Arrow460 – Granturismo. Pricing is set at 1.25 million Euros (approximately $1.68 million).
British designers have produced plans for a floating replica of the principality named Streets Of Monaco super yacht. The staggering 155m yacht is expected to cost over $1.1 billion to build and is modeled on scaled-down versions of its famous landmarks. Currently in the design stage, the super-ship will feature smaller versions of the state’s famous landmarks such as the Monte Carlo Casino and racetrack, as well as swimming pools, tennis courts, a cinema, a go kart track and a Hotel de Paris. “It is basically a floating city,” company director Rob McPherson said. The most ordinary feature is the Monaco Grand Prix-inspired go-kart track which runs around the deck. In entirety, Streets of Monaco’ would be capable of housing 16 guests and 70 crew and would cost the owner tens of millions to run each year. The only question remaining for Yacht Island Design is whether they can find a billionaire with enough spare change to turn it into a reality.
Magellan Jets had a strong presence in Fort Lauderdale, Florida this week at the 52nd edition of the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show. Running from the 27th of October to the 30th, the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show is the largest yacht show in regard to sheer volume and space. The show is comprised of an impressive armada of state-of-the-art superyachts which cover over three million square feet of marina and water ways. Magellan Jets’ partner Bartram & Brakenhoff had an incredible display of several of their yachts for sale and charter docked at the show. On the evening of October 27, Magellan Jets hosted a party with Super Yachts aboard the motor yacht REMEMBER WHEN. Light fare and cocktails were served as guests mingled. Joshua Hebert, CEO of Magellan Jets and Anthony Tivnan, President of Magellan Jets, were in attendance and enjoyed a wonderful evening which was most definitely a success for everyone involved. Amongst the largest yachts at the show are a flotilla of well over 200 yachts ranging from 10’ tenders and sport boats to 248’ behemoth luxury yachts; not to mention an army of world class exhibitors such as Feadship, Merle Wood, Perini Navi, YPI, Oceanco and Palmer Johnson. Magellan Jets looks forward to 2012’s FLL Boat Show and continuing their partnerships with both Bartram & Brakenhoff and Super Yachts.
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