The Biggest Yachts at Cannes Yachting Festival
Cannes Yachting Festival is just around the corner, kicking off next Tuesday 10 September and running until Sunday 15. Multitudes of the finest yachts in the world are currently flocking to Vieux Port and Port Canto, but the biggest in show always hold a certain appeal. Here are the some of the largest vessels to look out for at Cannes:
64.5m Mikhail Vorontsov
Built in 2013 by Dream Ship Victory and refit in 2016 by Balk Shipyard, 64.5m custom yacht Mikhail Vorontsov proudly exhibits interiors designed by Ken Freivokh and exteriors styled by Valeriy Stepanenko. This classic sailing vessel will take the Cannes crown for biggest in show, making her a must see for guests.
49.99m Blue Night
Presented for charter with Burgess, 2000 build Blue Night is the Benetti build on everyone’s lips at this edition of Cannes. Part of the Golden Bay series, this 49.99m vessel can sleep 14 guests in her Stefano Natucci-curated interior spaces.
IYC bring Samhan to the shores of Southern France as a beguiling prospect for potential buyers; this 49.99m Mangusta 165 will be available for interested parties to view her impressive Stefano Righini exterior and interior. Able to welcome 10 guests, Samhan has 5 luxurious ensuite cabins, plus accommodation for 9 crew.
Recently launched Cecila also makes the list for biggest boats at Cannes Yachting Festival 2019. For sale with Camper & Nicholsons, this 2018-launched Wider vessel sleeps 12 over 5 cabins, as well as offering silent operation and eco propulsion.
47m Roe comes to Cannes as a standard bearer for the pedigree of Turquoise Yachts. Built in 2006 with exterior and interior design from H2 Yacht Design. Roe’s interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins, comprising a master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 4 double cabins and 5 pullman beds.