Take a rare look inside 6 of the multi-million superyachts on sale at the Monaco Yacht Show

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Yacht enthusiasts hailing from Russia to Italy are gathering at the Monaco Yacht Show that kicks off Wednesday to see some of the most stunning superyachts on the market.

This year, there will be 125 yachts on display – 46 of which will be superyachts. Yachts are priced based on the length of the ship, with them starting (yes, starting) at $1 million per meter (3 feet), said Laurence Shukor, a team member at the Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo who helps set up buyers with a personal yacht shopper. Some yachts can go as high as $78 million all in.

We rounded up some of the most stunning superyachts on sale. Scroll down for a closer look of the height of luxury:


1. Here you see the Galactica Super Nova yacht by luxury yacht manufacturer Heesen. The 70-meter (230-foot) ship will cost roughly $13 million per meter (3 feet). It has six cabins to fit 12 guests.

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That means the yacht could cost roughly $910 million all in.

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The superyacht comes with a roughly 20-foot infinity pool on the main deck. It comes with spa jets and a waterfall.

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Heesen Yachts

It has 3,843 square-feet of deck space in total, giving you plenty of space for seating areas.

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But if you’d rather take respite inside, you can take advantage of Italian marble furnishings and leather couches.

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2. The Eclipse Yacht is 141-feet long and has an area for a whirpool on the very top deck as well as a separate room for a gym on the lower deck. It costs just under $11 million to buy.

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Fraser Yachts

The yacht comes with six cabins total: three cabins with double beds and two cabins with twins. It fits a total of 12 guests.

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Overall, there are four separate decks with a large living area on the main deck.

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There’s also an entire sun deck for laying outside.

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3. The Capri is a 192-foot yacht that costs $28 million.

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It has six separate cabins that can fit a total of 12 guests, and the rooms are quite decadent.

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There’s a massive lounge area with plenty of tables and views of the ocean.

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There’s even a room for an entire gym.

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And a bar area for both the inside…

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… And the outside.

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4. The Athena yacht is one of the largest sailing yachts ever made. It’s a pricier one that will set you back roughly $69 million.

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The yacht has five separate cabins to fit 21 people. Here’s a closer look at one of the bedrooms.

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It’s also worth paying attention to this marble bathroom that’s nicer than the ones in most high-end houses.

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It even comes with a full-on study room with wall-to-floor book shelves and comfy couches.

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Making our way outside, there’s plenty of space for lounging. Our personal favorite is the outdoor bed on the top deck.

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And you can get a sweet aerial view by climbing to the top of the mast.

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5. The Sequel P yacht is 180-feet long and will cost anywhere between $20 million to $50 million, depending on the kind of customization you’re looking for.

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The yacht fits 14 guests and comes with six separate cabins.

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There’s even a massage therapy room…

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A bar …

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… And a fully furnished living room.

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There’s also a nice Jacuzzi on the top deck with some tanning beds.

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6. The Logica 147 yacht has a different look than a lot of the superyachts on display at the Monaco Yacht Show. It has a very hunkered-down, sturdy vibe going for it. It costs just under $18 million.

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Even though the exterior isn’t as open as other ones we’ve seen, the interior has a light and airy feel. The yacht has six cabins and comfortably sleeps 12 guests.

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The back of the deck offers space for a kitchen table and some couches.

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But there’s also a dining room inside.

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There are massive windows in the cabins offering sweeping views of the ocean straight from your bed.

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The master suite comes with a standing shower and bath tub. The black marble matching the black exterior of the ship is a nice touch.

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