Hyni në panairin e jahteve/ FOTO

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Më shumë se 33 mijë njerëz pritet të jenë të pranishëm në panairin e jahteve që hapet javën që vjen në Monako.

Shfaqja zgjat katër ditë në historikun Port Hercule.

Edicioni i 25-të vjen sërish luksoz, duke mbledhur disa nga jahtet më të bukur dhe më të shtrenjtë në botë.

Në ekspozitë do jenë 120 jahte me çmime që shkojnë deri në 78.5 milionë dollarë.

jaht Built by Amels in 2011, Imagine features a helipad and lift that transports guests between decks, and has an asking price of £51millionMadsummer, offered by Moran Yacht & Ship, has an asking price of £24.3million ($37.5million) ahead of this year's yacht show When they're not relaxing on board, guests can use a number of water toys, including inflatable boats, kayaks and dive equipmentTen guests can sleep comfortably in five en-suite cabins on board Madsummer, including a master suite and two double cabinsThe master suite has a double bed, study, walk-in wardrobe, his and hers bathroom and separate toilet en suiteSteel doesn't have the same appearance as a typical superyacht, but it was designed and constructed to go everywhereBuilt at Pendennis’ shipyard, in Falmouth, Cornwall, the vessel can accommodate up to 12 guests in six stateroomsThe 55-metre (180.5ft) expedition yacht has a stately interior that includes a large master bathroom, fitness room and hot tubWhile most of the superyachts that are for sale have plenty of miles behind them, Balista has never been used by its current ownerWith a top speed of 25 knots (28.7mph), Balista  comes with a hot tub, satellite television throughout and a large indoor saloonAt 46.57 metres (152.8ft), the luxurious superyacht accommodates up to 12 overnight guests in six cabinsBalista was conceived as the flagship yacht of Italy’s Cantieri di Pisa shipyard, and has 250 engine hours despite being delivered in 2013With an asking price of £11.3million ($17.5million), Clifford II is a sport cruiser luxury yacht with a maximum speed of 30 knots (34.5mph)Currently based in Antibes, France, the vessel is 46 metres (150ft), and can sleep as many as 12 guests in five stateroomsCurrently based in Antibes, France, the vessel is 46 metres (150ft), and can sleep as many as 12 guests in five stateroomsIt doesn’t take an expert to appreciate the nearly 360-degree views from the vessel’s upper saloon, which seats 10 for diningThe sailing yacht has a protected and shaded cockpit area, spacious flybridge with seating for 10,  and four staterooms – all en-suiteWith an asking price of £7.9million ($12.1million), Lady Duvera is hailed for its transatlantic range and classic styleThe tri-deck vessel accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms, and has a spacious sun deck with a hot tub and barAt 43.6 metres (143ft), Lady Duvera has an elegant dining room and an aft deck with alfresco dining space for up to 16 peopleBuilt by Heesen Yachts, in the Netherlands, Little Fish was last sold in 2010 with only 1,000 hours on its main enginesLittle Fish (asking price: £7.2million, $11million) underwent a nine-month refit that saw its interior undergo a complete overhaulThe 39.8-metre (130.6ft) superyacht boasts a new eating area and wet bar on one of its exterior decks after the refit in 2011


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