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Luxury is in the eye of the beholder, but when it comes to the luxury lifestyle, we like to think that we know a thing or two.

Best Luxury Yachts
Best Luxury Yachts


Mangusta gives the world some of the largest luxury yachts, including the Mangusta 165. According to the brand, the 165 is the biggest open yacht in the world at 163 feet long. The massive size and performance abilities (like a top speed of 45 mph made possible by the three MTU 16V 4000 M93 engines, each giving 4556 HP) help this large vessel blow expectations out of the water. Construction is still under way for their new Mangusta 205, which will overtake the 165 as the world's largest open-style yacht. With massive exterior space and a secondary helm station, three 4,600-hp MTU engines will propel this 550-ton yacht to a top speed of 30 knots.

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Lazzara Yachts

Lazzara is an American yacht company that has taken the industry by storm with its young fleet of sleek and speedy boats. Their line offers uniquely-colored hulls that are attracting some of the most distinguished buyers in the world. Their innovation in luxury options is unrivaled, and this family-owned company includes these amenities throughout their six-yacht line. Three luxury yachts come in 78, 92, and 120-foot lengths, while their motor yachts come in 85 and 116. Added to both series are new 64-foot express yacht editions. Easier maneuverability sells the Breeze 76, which offers contemporary finishes and cutting edge technology.

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Sunreef Yachts

Operating within a niche section of the yacht world, Sunreef Yachts designs and constructs super-sized luxury catamarans, as well as super yachts from 60 to 200 feet long. Sunreef launched their first model in 2003, focusing on build quality over quantity, producing only two models per year. With their exquisitely built double hulls, the catamarans offer exceptional space, stability and fuel efficiency when compared to monohulls. You can't help but be impressed by a Sunreef catamaran's spacious interior, independent lounge areas and ample deck space.

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Trinity Yachts

Located on Mississippi's Gulf Coast, Trinity Yachts' steel and aluminum vessels can reach lengths of up to 400 feet and rival European craftsmanship. Clients can truly have it their way by consulting either with a specialized design team or Trinity's own in-house architects to make their dream yacht a reality. For example, the elite superyacht builders outfitted their $60 million Carpe Diem with three full-beam master suites. Their Destination Fox Harb'r Too features a split level owner's suite, dual private bathrooms, a Patrick Knowles-designed interior modeled on a European spa resort with hand-carved glass, stone work and loads of Honduran mahogany paneling.

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Viking Yachts

Viking Yachts is the first choice of sportfishermen around the world. The yachts feature fiberglass hulls, and their commitment to quality is evidenced by the fact that they build ninety percent of each boat in-house, with only tower construction outsourced. Viking has been a truly family-owned and operating outfit since its inception in 1964. They have an extensive line of pristine white, teak-lined motoryachts with convertibles, enclosed bridges, and open yachts ranging from 42 to 82 feet, as well as a 52-foot sport yacht option.

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Wally Yachts

Known for its cutting-edge designs, Wally Yachts definitely stands out among a sea of competition. Founded by Italian businessman Luca Bassani in 1994, the Monaco-based shipbuilder produces sleek motorboats, racer-cruisers, and sailing yachts in unmistakable packaging. With sophisticated, angular lines, many of the yachts look ready for a covert spy mission. Possibly the fastest motorboat in the world, the highly minimal and futuristic WallyPower 118 reaches a speed of 60 knots and showcases an exterior that changes in respect to the light and environment. As further evidence of their luxury status, Wally partnered with Hermes to create the Wally WHY, a highly exclusive "moving island" on the sea.

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Princess Yachts

With more than 40 years of experience, Princess Yachts is an internationally prominent builder of superyachts, sports yachts, and motor yachts. Combining deluxe design with expertly engineered deep V, resin-infused hulls, Princess offers more than 80 models, all showcasing superior style and build. As part of the LVMH family, Princess is a brand of distinction and is committed to providing as much on-board space to its clients as possible, as well as the finest elements of luxury seafaring.

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Perini Navi Group

Perini Navi is an Italian shipmaker specializing in both sailing and motor yachts. Many of their sailboats are of the ketch or clipper variety, including their 289-foot-long Maltese Falcon. Perini's lush list of accessories has attracted clients that include Robert Murdoch and Silvio Berlusconi. Perini Navi's motoryacht division goes by the name Picchiotti, and many of these vessels do indeed have a naval look about them, with strong vertical bows and streamlined silver gunwales. Despite the serious stature of these yachts, they all sport huge decks with ample room, allowing for lounging on the high seas.

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Azimut Yachts

Founded in 1969 by enterprising college student Paolo Vitelli, Azimut began as a mere charter company, but it wasn't long before the company began designing its own boats. Their vessels were entirely handmade, and today they still employ many of their time-tested techniques. Sleek Italian design and refined details dominate the entire line, which ranges from 39- to 116-foot yachts. The company has several shipyards capable of producing hundreds of boats each year, and their newest offerings have movable furniture on the flybridge so you can customize your cruise. With a Rolls-Royce designed propulsion system and two jacuzzis, the triple-decked Azimuth Grande 140 is the firm's largest and offers unique interior options thanks to three proposed styles and 15 layouts.

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Palmer Johnson

Palmer Johnson Yachts are known for their sporty styling and lavish interior design, but they came from humble beginnings that assures an auspicious attention to detail. The namesake owner got his start in 1928 when he built his first wooden yacht, and from there the company grew to construction of championship sailing yachts and then on to the Luxury megayachts they offer today. An affinity for the finest marine instrumentation is apparent on every boat they put in the water, from the PJ 120 Sports Yacht to the PJ World Yacht, complete with helipad and pool.