10th annual World Superyacht Award finalists

Mar 17, 2015 by Dorie Cox

Boat International Media has announced the finalists for its 10th annual World Superyacht Awards, which will take place on May 9 in Amsterdam. Finalists include:

For displacement motoryachts (1,300-2,999GT) 75m and larger: the 91.5m Oceanco M/Y Equanimity, the 81.5m Blohn+Voss M/Y Graceful, the 81.8m Abeking & Rasmussen M/Y Kibo, and the 95.2m Lurssen M/Y Kismet.

For displacement motoryachts (1,300-2,999GT) below 75m: the 65.9m Lurssen M/Y Ester III, the 73m Picchiotti M/Y Grace E, the 73m CRN M/Y Yalla, and the 65.7m Amels M/Y Z.

For displacement motoryachts 500-1,299GT: the 55m Amels M/Y Astra, the 54.7m ISA M/Y Forever One, the 58m Benetti M/Y Illusion V, the 60.4m Feadship M/Y Rock.It, the 61.3m CRN M/Y Saramour, and the 51.1m Heesen M/Y MySky.

For displacement motoryachts (below 500GT) 44m and larger: the 45m Sunrise Yachts M/Y Atomic, a 46m Baglietto, the 46.7m Heesen M/Y Elena, the 47m Admiral M/Y Entourage, and the 44.8m Logica Yachts M/Y Logica 147.

For displacement motoryachts (below 500GT) 30m to 44m: the 42.4m Heesen M/Y Alive, the 35m Admiral M/Y Foam, the 30.4m Filippetti M/Y Gatsby, the 40.5m Delta M/Y Onika and the 43.2m ISA M/Y PhilMi.

For semi-displacement or planing two-deck motoryacht 30m to 38m: a 36.2m built by AB Yachts – Fipa Group, the 36.5m Sanlorenzo M/Y H1,  the 33.5m Horizon M/Y Esther 7, a 33.8m Mangusta, the 37.3m Admiral M/Y Nono, and a 305m Ocean Alexander.

For semi-displacement or planing two-deck motoryacht 38m and larger: the 38.7m M/Y Alyssa from Tansu Yachts, the 46.2m Feadship M/Y Como, the 44.8m Admiral M/Y Flying Dragon, the 40m Heesen M/Y Galatea, the 49.9m Overmarine M/Y Moonraker, and the 43.6m ISA M/Y Silver Wind.

For semi-displacement or planing three-deck motoryacht 30m to 40m: the 30m Paragon M/Y Kaytoo, the 34.1m Sanlorenzo M/Y O, the 37.9m M/Y So’Mar by Tansu Yachts, and the 40m Sunseeker M/Y Thumper.

For semi-displacement or planing three-deck motoryacht 40m and larger: the 47.2m Sunseeker M/Y Blush, the 40.2m Tecnomar M/Y Low Profile, the 49.8 Heesen M/Y Monaco Wolf, the 40.2m Princess M/Y Solaris, and the 49m Rossinavi M/Y Polaris.

For sailing yacht 45m and larger: the 52.4m Royal Huisman S/Y Elfje, the 45m Holland Jachtbouw S/Y Heureka, the 56.4m Alloy S/Y Mondango 3, and the 47.6m Royal Huisman S/Y Wisp.

For sailing yacht 30m-45m, the 37.5m Fitzroy S/Y Escapade, the 31.8m Southern Wind S/Y Farfalla, the 31.7m Nautor Swan S/Y Ti Coyo, and the 33m Baltic S/Y WinWin.

For refit, rebuilt or converted yacht: the 37.9m Heesen M/Y Alumercia refit by Borancili Marine,  the 52m Abeking & Rasmussen M/Y Amore Mio 2 refit at CPN, the 45.8m Feadship M/Y Ancallia refit by Atlas Shipyard / Perama-Greece, the 56m Benetti M/Y Galaxy refit at Monaco Marine, the 56.3m Delta M/Y MySeanna refit at Rybovich, the 64.5m J I Thorycroft M/Y Shemara refit by Shemara Refit and the 55.4m Proteksan Turquoise M/Y Turquoise refit at Amico.


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Dorie Cox is a writer with Triton News.

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