By: Eric Althaus
17th February, 2022

All around the world it is possible to spot some of the most exceptional superyachts, of different dimensions, different styles and with different amenities on board for all kinds of purposes. Whether these yachts are only privately used or available for charter, they experience long travels to reach unique locations and experience lifetime adventures.

With the yachting trends developing, Owners are becoming increasingly oriented to live safe moments with family and friends, experience unique adventures, and explore the most remote destinations.


77-meter explorer yacht built by Damen Yachting has been pictured in the polar destination of Antarctica, a lifetime place characterized by breathtaking landscape sceneries and colors. This SeaExploerer 75 has been delivered in 2020 and, since then, it has cruised along the frozen field of Antarctica, creating great curiosity in the yachting industry. Advanced amenities on board allow a 360-degree exploration and comfort, and include a three-person submarine, two commercial helicopters and a spa.

              Photo Credit: Damen Yachting


Built by Fincantieri and designed by the renowned designer Espen Oeino, 140-meter OCEAN VICTORY has been spotted in Dubai in early February 2022. Being among the top ten largest yachts in the world, she hosts 26 guests and her interiors, designed by Alberto Pinto, are still a mystery. Her next destination is the Maldives.


115-meter Lurssen is currently lying in Port Antonio, Jamaica. Built and known under the name of “Project Enzo”, this six-deck superyacht has been delivered in 2021 and crossed the Atlantic heading to the Caribbean waters just in time to celebrate Christmas.

Photo Credit: @damian_j_films / Instagram


The 162-meter Blohm & Voss superyacht is currently the second largest superyacht in the world. During the last summer season, she has been spotted in Tivat, Montenegro. She first hit the water in 2010 and has now relocated to the island of Mljet in Croatia.

Photo Credit: SuperYachtFan


BINTADOR, 50-meter Tankoa Yachts, has been seen cruising the Baltic Sea, precisely in the Kiel Canal. T Designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design, she has been delivered in 2019 and is currently moored in Stockholm.


Built by Feadship, this 76-meter superyacht has bee recently spotted moored in Amesterdam. Previously known as Project 707, she has hit the water earlier this year. Her exterior is penned by De Voogt Naval Architects while the interior is designed by Halffman Designs.


80-meter ARTEFACT has been spotted in Rendsburg – Germany, a town on the River Eider and the Kiel Canal. Designed by Gregory C Marschall, the one-of-a-kind superyacht hit the water for the first time in July. With a gross tonnage of 2,990GT, she is currently the biggest volume 80-meter superyacht in the world. Her design is unique to all other yachts, thanks to her striking glass-centric exterior.

Photo Credit: Tom van Oossanen


65-meter built by Amels has been spotted anchored in Seychelles during this winter season. Designer by Tim Heywood, she has been built in 2012 and features accommodation for a total of 14 guests.


Built by Abeking & Rasmussen, 79.95-meter EXCELLENCE has been delivered in 2019 and recently spotted in Fort Lauderdale – Florida. Her “iconic and futuristic” design was penned by Winch Design, both inside and out. On board, she hosts  an accommodation for a maximum of 14 guests and 23 crew members.

Photo Credit: Ron Raffety


Brand new 50-meter Project Electra, built by Heesen, has been spotted at the entrance of Rotterdam Harbour. She was launched in March this year.

Photo Credit: Tom Van Oosaanen


109-meter Oceanco BRAVO EUGENIA was lately spotted moored in the Thames, near London’s iconic Tower Bridge. Delivered to her owner in 2018, her exterior has been penned by Nuvolari Lenard with the naval architecture by Lateral Naval Architects. Her interior design, instead, represents the works of Reymond Langton Design – with the use of bespoke fabrics and furniture.

Photo Credit: SuperYacht Times


119-meter Blohm & Voss superyacht A has been spotted in the Maldives – precisely at the Jumeirah Vittaveli. Delivered in 2008, she represents one of the most famous superyachts, and is characterized by a unique design combined with the unlimited creativity of the legendary designer Philippe Starck.

*article from Boat International:


Eric Althaus