This year we sponsored the magnificent World Superyacht Awards 2019 hosted by Boat International. The prestigious ceremony recognised the ingenuity and craftsmanship of the most remarkable luxury yachts from across the globe delivered last year. Hundreds of elites from the superyacht world - owners and industry leaders gathered to be the first to hear this year’s winners of the world-renowned Neptune award.
Our team were delighted to attend and see a few familiar faces during the fabulous evening.
Find the full list of winners below;
THE WINNERS OF THE WORLD SUPERYACHT AWARDS 2019: Motor Yacht of the Year: DAR (Oceanco) Sailing Yacht of the Year: Black Pearl (Oceanco) Voyager’s Award: Rosehearty (Perini Navi) Converted Yachts: Dream (Halic Shipyard, conversion: Olympic Yacht Services) Rebuilt Yachts: Haida 1929 (Krupp Germaniawerft, rebuild: Pendennis) Refitted Yachts: G2 (Vitters, refit: Pendennis) Sailing Yachts 30m to 59.9m: Vijonara (Pendennis) Sailing Yachts 60m and Above: Black Pearl (Oceanco) Semi-Displacement or Planing Motor Yachts 30m to 32.9m: RJ (Arcadia Yachts) Semi-Displacement or Planing Motor Yachts 33m to 39.9m: Brigadoon (Moonen Yachts) Semi-Displacement or Planing Motor Yachts 40m and Above: Utopia IV (Rossinavi) Displacement Motor Yachts Below 299GT: Mimi La Sardine (Cantiere delle Marche) Displacement Motor Yachts Between 300GT and 499GT - 30m to 47.9m: Viatoris (Conrad Shipyard) Displacement Motor Yachts Between 300GT and 499GT - 48m and Above: Cecilia (Wider) Displacement Motor Yachts between 500GT and 1,999GT: Spectre (Benetti) Displacement Motor Yachts 2,000GT and Above: DAR (Oceanco)
PEOPLE The Legacy Award: His Highness the Aga Khan