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The top sailing yachts at the Monaco Yacht Show 2023

From the latest launches to the finest yachts currently for sale, we take a look at the top supersized sailing yachts that will be making an appearance at the 2023 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show later this month.

White Island

Length: 39m
Aegean Yacht

white island sailing yacht monaco yacht show

Not currently for sale

White Island is one of the latest custom creations from Turkish shipyard Aegean Yacht. Her neoclassic design is a modern take on a traditional gulet with two masts, a raised deckhouse and a long bowsprit. A 261GT interior sleeps 10 guests.


Length: 35m
Nautor Swan

swan 108 sailing yacht monaco yacht show

Not currently for sale

The suitably named Fancy is the first in a new line of Swan Maxis. The new Swan 108 plugs the gap between the Swan 98 and the Swan 120 flagship with modified exterior styling by Micheletti + Partners and naval architecture by German Frers. One of the more noticeable evolutions is the yacht’s dual-acting transom door, which sees the stern open along with part of the aft deck to create a generous waterfront beach club, offering nearly double the space than on previous Maxis. A second unit is already underway at the Finnish shipyard.


Length: 29.7m
Builder: YYachts

bella sailing yacht monaco yacht show

Not currently for sale

The new flagship of YYachts, Bella, will make her first appearance at the Monaco Yacht Show this year following delivery in November 2022. She is the first unit in the shipyard’s Y9 series designed by Bill Tripp and eclipses its former flagship, Prevail, by 2.3 metres. Built entirely in carbon fibre, she is a performance cruiser and has been carefully designed to sail with as little as two crew, with the mainsheet centred on the bimini top keeping the social cockpit clear of sheets.


Length: 53m
Builder: Alloy Yachts

drumbeat sailing yacht monaco yacht show

Drumbeat was built for an experienced yachtsman and delivered in 2000 as the second in the Salperton dynasty. Not only was she the biggest boat ever built by shipyard Alloy Yachts, but she was the largest yacht to be built in New Zealand. Designed by Ed Dubois, she is fitted with a carbon ketch Panamax rig that flies 2,400 square metres of sail downwind. Drumbeat has had the same owner since 2007 but is now offered for sale.

Drumbeat is listed for sale with Atalante asking €22,000,000.

State of Grace

Length: 39.4m
Perini Navi

State of Grace was launched in 2013 as the first of Perini Navi’s 40m Fast Cruising series, a collaboration between Perini Navi and Ron Holland. Her sailing credentials include a 51.8-metre Southern Spars mast, captive reel winches that can hold 12 tonnes and rewind 35 metres of sheets per minute and a lifting keel that reduces her draught from nine to 3.5 metres. Inside, she has a split-level saloon, sleeps six, and is offered for sale following a refit and upgraded interior.

State of Grace is asking €11,750,000 with Cecil Wright & Partners.


Length: 43.3m
Builder: Baltic Yachts

canova monaco yacht show

Not currently for sale

The brief for Canova was for the ultimate cruiser with a design that prioritised comfort, enabled short-handed sailing, and offered plenty of shade in the cockpit. Twin helm stations are positioned close to the bulwarks for forward visibility; the mainsheet track is set out of harm’s way on the coachroof, well-distanced from guests and crew; and a self-tacking jib is sheeted forward of the mast to avoid flailing sheets sweeping the side decks. What’s more, she has a hybrid engine and DSS foil which makes her uber-efficient. The Baltic Yachts and Farr Yacht Design collaboration won Sailing Yacht of the Year at the World Superyacht Awards.

Sunreef 80 Eco

Length: 23.9m
Builder: Sunreef Yachts

Sunreef 80 Eco monaco yacht show

Sunreef’s 80 Eco model combines catamaran comfort with an impressive list of green tech – including solar panels on every surface. The “eco” version of Sunreef’s bestselling catamaran can run for days, weeks or even months without burning a drop of fossil fuel – enough to cross an ocean – thanks to a powerful 200-square-metre, fully battened main and a 155-square-metre jib, variable pitch propellers that generate energy under sail, and up to 160 square metres of solar panels.

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