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These two extraordinary yachts will grace the 78th Monaco Grand Prix which takes place from the 20th to the 23rd May. Both yachts can be viewed by appointment.

Tatoosh, the groundbreaking 92.40m (303’) full displacement yacht, was built by Nobiskrug and delivered in 2000. Klaus Kusch was responsible for the exterior design and naval architecture and her exquisitely chic interior was designed by Terry Disdale.
Built with top-quality materials, state-of-the-art technology and exceptional craftsmanship, Tatoosh spans six decks and carries an extraordinary variety of tenders - two of which are over 13m - and toys.
She is helicopter capable with an on-board refueling system. Her beach club marina with doors opening port and starboard is equipped with dive facilities, a sauna and a hot tub. MCA compliant, Tatoosh accommodates up to 19 guests in 11 staterooms and the owner’s area extends over two decks. The asking price is Eur 90,000,000.

LUMINOSITY, the third 100m+ yacht built by Benetti, was delivered in 2020. Imposing with elegant lines and a plumb bow she features all the amenities one would expect on a yacht of her caliber. Built to PYC she has a fully certified commercial helipad.
LUMINOSITY incorporates far more technology than most other yachts including a number of eco-friendly solutions like ABB Azipod propulsion, diesel-electric power and a 3-megawatt lithium polymer battery bank. She can reach a maximum speed of 16 knots and at 10 knots, has a range of 8,000nm. She is equipped with dynamic positioning and Rolls Royce retractable zero speed stabilizers.
LUMINOSITY’s remarkable interior features monumental installations like the 18-meter-high stairwell clad with 370m2 of interactive panels. The sense of space (3m headroom in the main salon) is enhanced by 800m2 of floor to ceiling windows, encasing almost the entire superstructure. Clever allusions to modern art are scattered through the 1,600m2 of owner accommodations while the 230m2 “third generation” beach club is simply in a class of its own. POA.

For more information or an appointment to view either contact Stuart at +1 954 328 6553 or
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