Innovative designs and futuristic concepts continue to inspire everyone at TJB Super Yachts. We are a forward-thinking team and this year we continue to develop our expertise in the new-build superyacht market. We’ll be nurturing exciting relationships with yacht builders and design studios, attending yacht shows and keeping our finger on the pulse of change.
Discover projects for sale, some of the trends shaping the industry, exciting yachts due for delivery this year and those launched last year and available for charter, plus the futuristic concepts taking the design industry by storm.
Projects for Sale
‘Rugged enough for Alaska, chic enough for Monaco’In line with the continued growth of the explorer yacht trend, Turquoise Yachts and H2 Yacht Design have revealed the 74m Barracuda due for completion in 2024.Asking Price: EUR 80,000,000
Introducing the happiness-inspired concept revealed by Tillberg Design and Nobiskrug. Representing the next generation of yachting, LYCKA is designed to be a ‘home from home’ and with longevity in mind. This 77m Nobiskrug will stand the test of time, meeting demands of the future and environmental regulations.
YACHT DESIGN Trends
Designs are evolving to attract the adventurous, active, and health-conscious owner whilst becoming increasingly eco-friendly.
Cue the Curve
Challenging geometric yacht design, nature-inspired concepts are on the up, as seen in one of 2022’s most exciting debuts, KENSHO. This 75.18m feat of engineering is the most notable example of gentle curves – as if she was carved by the forces of nature. ‘The idea is that in the lines, you see the layers of the earth.’ Karl Nguyen, yacht designer at Azure Yacht Design & Naval Architecture
Statement Swimming Pools
Quickly becoming the centrepiece of a new-build superyacht, the beach club swimming pool is designer’s highlight. Clients are presented with pool fun in an ultra-exclusive setting and the chance to swim inside after the sun goes down.
Beach Club Boom
Showpiece sterns are stealing glances across the globe. Due to make a splash in 2025, MOONFLOWER is Wider Yachts’ 72m masterpiece. The showpiece is Nauta Design’s patented beach club dubbed ‘The Island’ which will centre around an expandable aft deck with folding bulwark terraces, maximizing livability and exposure to the marine environment.
’23 DeliverieS & ’22 DEBUTs
We have seen a vast increase in the demand for new-build yachts. At the end of 2022, the sales of new-build yachts were up by 54% since 2021. Bigger and better, due for delivery in 2023 are more trailblazers and those breaking boundaries. Discover some of our favourites.
INCOMING: NOTABLE NEW-BUILDS
Fresh out of her rebuild, Oceanco have recently celebrated H’s delivery. Having undergone a radical transformation from her 2000 build, H – widely known as hull 1050H – has been relaunched as an entirely new Oceanco in collaboration with designer Reymond Langton.
Built to impress and destined to be the flagship of Feadship, this vast 118.8m Feadship 1010 is the finest example of Dutch craftsmanship with an impactful exterior aesthetic that is the work of Espec Oeino.
Introducing the largest vessel ever built by Abeking & Rasmussen. Recognised by her black hull and unique nemo lounge, the 118.2m CELERIUS is set to become iconic on the seas.
NOW: NEW-BUILD YACHTS FOR CHARTER
Ignoring convention and taking on-the-water living to new heights, KENSHO is the newest and boldest 75.2m Admiral available for charter from EUR 850,000 per week.
Defined by style and sophistication, COME TOGETHER is the epitome of luxurious yachting – and the first Amels 60 with hybrid power and propulsion technology. Weekly charter rates start from EUR 450,000.
From unfolding screens and universal internet connectivity to ‘green technologies’, the latest design technologies are tempting owners back to the shipyards to upgrade their yachts, whilst also inspiring more ground-breaking yacht concepts than ever.
Whilst Feadship has committed to delivering emission-free yachts by 2025 and an emission-free construction process by 2050, we have seen many other ground-breaking designs. For example, the 80m Artefact saves 30% of energy and emissions – a result of solar panels, a hybrid engine and a wastewater recycling system. Whilst the 84m White Rabbit uses 40% less power to hit top speeds of up to 18 knots with its hybrid diesel-electric propulsion system.
Leading the way with inspiring future trends and design, Monaco Yacht Show 2022 merged The Yacht Design & Innovation Hub with the Design Gallery. Launched in 2021, the hub offers future yacht owners a unique experience in the world of superyacht design.
Futuristic YACHT Concepts: A Few From ’22
Year after year, futuristic – and somewhat unfathomable – superyacht concept designs continue to break the boundaries of innovation. With no limits to a designer’s imagination, 2022 produced some otherworldly superyacht designs set to one day become iconic on the seas.
At TJB, we are inspired by those at the forefront of innovation. Discover a couple of our favourites.
Introducing CANTHARUS, the 69m concept with an innovative approach to underwater connection. Designed from the bottom up, the subterranean lounge offers panoramic underwater views.
2022 saw the unveiling of MAKO, the shark-inspired eco-explorer concept. Designed to operate with a zero-carbon footprint, MAKO will be powered by a propulsion system combining hydrogen, fuel cells and electric engines.
Revealed at MYS’22, SLICE is Feadship’s highly contemporary and stripped-back concept which at first glance takes ‘less is more’ to a new extreme. However, SLICE is about introducing a new era for interiors, concealing certain structures, and allowing the three-level expanse and its open terraces to become the main feature.
Introducing CASPIAN STAR, the rugged superyacht with an expedition soul, destined for The Bahamas’ shallow waters.
Deconstructed and restyled, meet MM751. Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design present the catamaran, redefined.
What will 2023 bring? Follow our weekly update on Instagram for our favourite new concepts.