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The most impressive superyachts at the Monaco F1 Grand Prix in 2024!

The superyachts that dock in the port of Monaco for the F1 Grand Prix always impress the spectators and turn the eyes of the visitors. This is how many superyachts stood out at this year's Gran Prix, such as the following.


A yacht named Seven Sins stole the show because a Bugatti Chiron was placed on this yacht. Seven Sins can be chartered for a week for $300,000, but that's not rented along with the Bugatti, which alone costs about $2.5 million. SEVEN SEAS is a 109.0m Motor Yacht built in the Netherlands by Oceanco and delivered in 2023.


Evrima was the largest yacht to attend the Monaco Grand Prix at 624 feet (190 meters). Named after the Greek word meaning "discovery", It is owned by the Ritz-Carlton and used by Lewis Hamilton, George Russell and Toto Wolff as part of their partnership with Mercedes. Evrima is more of a floating luxury hotel than a boat. To charter the Evrima yacht, $2.2 million is required for a week.


The superyacht named Faith was also in Monaco for the Grand Prix and is known to some of F1's richest people. The $200 million yacht was previously owned by Lawrence Stroll, the current owner of Aston Martin.

.Stroll sold it to the billionaire father of former F1 driver Nicholas Latifi. Faith has an on-board helipad, gym and theater. Faith is a motor yacht with an overall length of 96.55 m. The yacht is built by Feadship from the Netherlands, which launched Faith in 2017.

Its weekly charter fee is $1.5m.


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