Top 10 Luxury Super Yachts to Launch in 2024

The luxury yachting industry has seen unprecedented growth in recent years, with more and more ultra-high net worth individuals investing in one-of-a-kind superyacht projects. 2024 is shaping up to be another banner year with several of the largest and most lavish yachts prepped for launch. Here’s a preview of 10 of the most anticipated superyacht debuts expected in 2024.

##1. Project Venus – 425 Ft / 130 M

Kicking off the list is the momentous Project Venus currently under construction at Lurssen Yachts. Clocking in at a record-shattering 425 feet, Venus will claim the title of the world’s largest yacht upon its launch in early 2024. Very few details have been revealed about the mystery yacht, commissioned by an unnamed European billionaire. With an estimated price tag of well over $500 million, Venus promises to be the new iconic symbol of excess and wealth at sea.

##2. Latitude – 363 Ft / 111 M

Coming in just behind Venus in size is the magnificent Latitude being crafted for a high-profile Middle Eastern Royal. the state-of-the-art mega yacht will feature expansive deck areas, an expansive swimming pool and spa facilities covering over 20,000 sqft. Perhaps her most striking element is a two-storey glass atrium spanning the full beam amidships. Latitude’s sophisticated naval architecture will allow for transoceanic voyages along with a focus on luxury amenities. Her delivery is slated for August 2024.

##3. Artefact – 305 Ft / 93 M

Staying at Lurssen, Artefact will be the largest yacht the German shipyard has launched to date featuring a bold X spine superstructure concept. Artefact is envisioned as an avant-garde oasis at sea inspired by floating architecture. Her loft-like interiors by Winch Design incorporate natural materials and floor-to-ceiling glass. With a hybrid propulsion system and solar panel amenities, Artefact aims to push boundaries of green technology as well. Set for launch during the 2024 Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta.

##4. Jubilee – 290 Ft / 88 M

Jubilee from Dutch builder Oceanco creates a seamless indoor-outdoor experience focusing on flow and light. She will incorporate a striking light ivory hull and Air in a unique tri-deck layout. Her most recognizable feature could be a large circular opening in the main deck linking the two lower decks. The interior spaces by Winch are centered around an extraordinary atrium structure providing panoramic outdoor views. Jubilee aims for delivery in the autumn of 2024.

##5. Amadea – 271 Ft / 82.5 M

Despite recent uncertainly over her ownership, Amadea’s completion at Lurssen is still underway for a 2024 launch. Her interior combines contemporary materials and flowing open spaces across five decks. Amadea will spoil guests in a two-storey owner’s deck, expansive beach club, spa, Jacuzzi and lush exterior terraces perfect for alfresco entertaining. Powered by efficient MTU engines and zero-speed stabilizers, she will provide smooth sailing globally.

##6. Ice Angel – 242 Ft / 74 M

With an elegant iceberg silhouette, Ice Angel at Abeking & Rasmussen takes its name from her alluring white high-gloss hull treatment. Her unique exterior lines create striking contrast against the ocean. Inside, a subtle palette of chilled white and sky tones evoke a calming ambience. guests can enjoy an outdoor cinema, hot tub, sprawling beach club and expansive open-air sky lounge. Powered by hybrid diesels, Ice Angel aims for summer 2024 delivery.

##7. Solandge – 236 Ft / 72 M

Turkish builder Bilgin Yachts continues its ascent with the 236-foot Solandge set to launch in Q4 2024. Her bold exterior is the work of Dubois Naval Architects while her interiors focus on bringing the outdoors in. Key highlights include a two-tier pool deck with water features, expansive beach club and fold-down platforms. Streamlined MTU engines ensure efficient bluewater cruising with low emissions. A showcase of Bilgin’s growing superyacht expertise.

##8. Domino – 205 Ft / 62.5 M

From Dutch specialist Feadship comes Domino featuring sleek exterior styling and advanced hybrid propulsion. Her contemporary styled interior spaces by Winch incorporate an open plan beach club, elaborate sky lounge, opulent full-beam owner’s deck and expansive wellness facilities. An interior spiraling staircase connects the various decks. Feadship quality and after-sales service is assured with a projected October 2023 delivery.

##9. Axya – 190 Ft / 58 M

Turkey’s Turquoise Yachts keeps building momentum with the 190-foot Axya set to debut in spring 2024. Her minimalist exterior lines and Aluminum construction blend performance and efficiency. Inside, a calming color palate complements her high volume interior spaces including a spacious sundeck, expansive beach club and expansive panoramic sky lounge. Hybrid electric propulsion ensures autonomy and low environmental footprint.

##10. Orion – 185 Ft / 56 M

Concluding our list is the exquisitely designed Orion currently under construction at Dutch specialist Heesen Yachts. Inspired by striking modern architecture, Orion features a bold composite superstructure and modern interior color scheme. Notable features include a dual level skydeck, sprawling beach club and a panoramic forward owner’s apartment with full 180 degree views. Powered by efficient MTU diesel engines, Orion aims for smooth delivery in summer 2024 during the Cannes Yachting Festival.

In summary, 2024 will see some of the largest and most iconic superyachts ever built take to the seas. With the industry continuing its boom, new and advanced technologies are further pushing boundaries for owner experiences and technical capabilities. These 10 jaw-dropping new builds represent the pinnacle of yacht design and naval architecture today catering to the world’s elite patrons of luxury.

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