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10th annual World Superyacht Award finalists


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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