One of the most prestigious yacht shows in the world is the Monaco Yacht Show which is known for the elaborate yachts on display. This year was no disappointment for amazing motor yachts despite the drop in sales in 2011. Unveiled at the show was the fabulous Numptia Superyacht. The 70 meter superyacht was the top attraction at this years event. Built by the Italian shipyard Rossinavi Yachtscan, The Numptia was built by the finest craftsmen in the world. With interiors done by Salvagni Architetti of Rome, the large vessel is designed using a lot of natural materials such as wood and stone. Every aspect on the ship was custom made including the vases, rugs and china. The attention to detail can be seen in every corner of the ship. From the clear walled plunge pool, to the marble soaking tub, Designer Achille Salvagni painstakingly searched out the best products he could find and had them custom made to fit his design. The Numptia accommodates up to 12 guests in six different suites which includes a full master suite. The boat also entertains a library, full bar, theater room an elevator and helicopter landing pad.
If you are looking to buy a motor yacht, the Numptia just went up for sale for a mere $85,000,000. Or if you would like to take it out for a weekly spin, the ship will cost about $690,000 per week.
The full master suite consists of a reading area, a study, his and her dressing rooms and a master bathroom with a luxurious free standing bath.
These overstuffed loungers are perfect for watching the 103 inch cinema-style TV.
A yacht is not complete without a spa. The Numptia’s spa is complete with a sauna, steam room and fully equipped gym area.
The ships sun deck has a touch-and-go helicopter landing area, and a clear walled swimming pool. Why clear? Because it’s cool!