The highlight in many yacht lovers’ calendars, the Monaco Yacht Show is one of the industry’s most glamorous opportunities to show off the very latest designs and new builds to hit the market. This year DAMEN, the Dutch shipyard specialised in luxury expedition yachts, will introduce it’s updated SeaXplorer 75 design at the show which takes place over the 26th to 29th of September.

Built in collaboration with fellow Dutch shipyard Amels, the 76.9 metre/252 foot vessel offers six decks of space which includes very comfortable accommodation for up to 12 guests. The accommodation offer incudes two luxurious VIP suites and a spacious master suite to ensure long voyages are passed in complete comfort and style. Downtime can also be spent in her huge observation lounge in the bow which offers sensational views and the outdoor deck which is the ideal spot for relaxing.

When you’re ready for some action and adventure, SeaXplorer delivers in spades. Easily one of the most capable luxury expedition yachts on the market, she can cruise in remote regions for up to 40 days without support or port calls. She is also Ice Class and IMO Polar Code compliant, meaning that guests and owners can enjoy getting up close and personal with incredible Arctic and Antarctic landscapes in complete safety. This adventurous nature is complemented by her arsenal of two helicopters, dedicated dive centre, and two tender garages located fore and aft, facilitating fuss-free shore excursions.

Managing Director Rose Damen commented that, “The SeaXplorer 75 is a yacht for all seasons for clients who want to make more use of their time to explore the world. The combination of our AMELS luxury yachting knowhow with our Damen Shipyards Group experience delivering commercial vessels is really unique – and you can see that in the design. The SeaXplorer 75 offers serious global capability but with true superyacht refinement at home in any marina. We’ve also designed her to be customised to our client’s bespoke requirements.”

Damen expects to deliver the first two SeaXplorer models that have been sold in 2020, and in July of this year they laid the keel of a new customised version of the SeaXplorer.