Yachts That Show Their True Colors

Take a look at these 10 eye-catching yachts.

January 28, 2017

Revolver 42

Revolver Boats, Express and Flybridge Cruisers, Yachts
Revolver 42, 42 feet LOA. Courtesy Revolver Boats

The Revolver 42 made her U.S. debut at the 2013 Palm Beach International Boat Show, where she was pitched as a crossover between a cruising boat and a performance boat.

Monte Carlo 4

Monte Carlo Yachts, Beneteau, Express and Flybridge Cruisers
Monte Carlo 4, 60 feet LOA. Courtesy Beneteau

The Monte Carlo 4 is a 43-foot, 3-inch flybridge motoryacht with exterior design by Nuvolari-Lenard and interior work by Andreani Design.

Venetian Lady

Dwyane Wade, Venetian Lady, Luxury Yacht
Venetian Lady, 130 feet LOA. Yachting Magazine

Dwyane Wade had the 130-foot Venetian Lady turned into floating art for his birthday.



Palmer Johnson, Khalilah
Khalilah, 161 feet LOA. Courtesy Palmer Johnson

Palmer Johnson’s Khalilah is the well-known golden goddess of the seas. She’s a 48M SuperSport custom yacht from the builder and she spans 161 feet LOA.

Mythos 122

Riva Yachts, Mythos 122, Motoryachts
Mythos 122, 122 feet LOA. Courtesy Riva Yachts

Mythos 122 was the first all-aluminum build for both Riva and the CRN shipyard.


Mondomarine, Ipanema, Motoryacht, Hot Lab
Ipanema, 161 feet LOA. Courtesy Mondomarine

Ipanema is a collaboration with Italian designer Hot Lab, who is responsible for the layout, interior and exterior of the 164-foot yacht.


Numarine 70 Fly

Numarine, Express and Flybridge Cruisers
Numarine 70 Fly, 70 feet LOA. Alberto Cocchi

Bright color is a distinct aesthetic of the Numarine 70 Fly that sets it further apart from the crowd. The prototype 70 was finished in bright orange, and this test boat is a light blue.


Esthec, Zeelander, Express and Flybridge Cruisers
Z44, 44 feet LOA. Esthec

The Z44 by Zeelander Yachts was one of the first Zeelander models to feature Esthec composite decks — now a standard feature.


Guilty Yacht, Motoryachts, Jeff Koons
Guilty, 115 feet LOA. Yachting Magazine

The 115-foot M/Y Guilty is a collaboration between Italian yacht designer Ivana Porfiri and American artist Jeff Koons.



Ability, 136 feet LOA. Alex Ellenger

Ability used to have color-changing paint that made her a very unique, rainbow yacht. That was when she was owned by fashion designer Roberto Cavalli and when she was named Roberto Cavalli, as well. Now, after a two-year refit, she has a sleek black exterior, but pays homage in the interior with animal prints — remnants of Cavalli’s style. Although, she has been tamed, we will never forget the boldly colored Baglietto build that she once was.


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