The most beautiful yachts in the world on display in Cannes

The most beautiful yachts in the world on display in Cannes

The Cannes Yachting Festival is one of the most important events in the world of luxury yachting. And this year too, some floating jewels paraded that were impossible not to photograph.

More than seven hundred boats took part in the event, which attracts enthusiasts and experts to Cannes, a number that puts the festival in first place in the world in terms of size and number of exhibitors, many of them leaders in fields such as sailing and design of yachts.

Among the most beautiful there is, for one thing, this Gunboat 68. An aerodynamic and well-kept 21-meter catamaran. Among the most photographed especially for the exterior design, the result of the imagination of two great names in the nautical world, such as Christophe Chedal Anglay and Patrick Le Quement.

Or the Silent 55S2: completely electric, the result of a green innovation that obviously does not stop at the world of cars alone. And it can boast 19 knots of maximum speed.

Among the most beautiful hulls there is also this catamaran, the Sunreef 80, which struck Rafael Nadal above all, the Spanish tennis player in fact ran to buy a specimen without hesitating a moment and will receive his model, including a luxury sound system and Outdoor Jacuzzi, already in a few months.

The Baglietto 48M T-line instead is by far the largest yacht of the whole Cannes Yachting Festival, with its 47.6 meters long and 9.5 meters wide even boasts six cabins. The twelve guests have access to a swimming pool, gym and comfortable lounges.

Fifth and last boat (but not least) of this list of the most beautiful at the Cannes Yachting Festival is her, the Arcadia Sherpa XL, with a perfectly designed space that makes the 220 square meters look like an even more spacious palace.

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