Take a look at the weird and wonderful yachts we've spotted at the Cannes Boat Show 2018. From the spectacular to the slightly strange, they've all caught our attention at this year's event
The Cannes Boat Show is never short of spectacular boats and impressive global launches.
We’d already compiled a list of our 10 must see boats, but nothing can prepare you in advance for the yachts you’ll spot at the show.
From stylish and uber cool Italian tenders and classic wooden yachts to downright bonkers foilers, the Cannes Boat Show is a veritable feast for the eyes, where you’ll meet the most weird and wonderful boats.
Take a look at the gallery below.
Jeanneau, Princess, Sunseeker, Absolute, Ferretti, Azimut and Prestige have all made our list of must see yachts. But who's taken
Take a look at the best new boats on display at the Southampton Boat Show, which takes place 14-23 September
Princess Yachts have announced their full yacht line up which will be showcased at the Southampton Boat Show, 14 -
Just launched worldwide, Italian boatbuilder Cranchi Yachts has impressed with this dinky (it's under 30 feet) yet gorgeous number. It can be used as a tender for a superyacht or as a cool motor yacht in its own right. Stunning Italian style, elegance and coolness.
A simply beautiful yacht by British Cockwells. It may have been built as a tender but with its mix of classic and contemporary we think this is way more than that.
Sleek lines, new carbon fibre helm seats: the Sunseeker Sport Yacht 74 is a beautiful and cleverly designed boat.
A strong look on this catamaran that some will love, others perhaps not as much. Certainly not a boat to go unnoticed.
This striking yacht by Vanquish is designed by Guido de Groot and it certainly caught our eye at Cannes.
The Spanish boatbuilder impresses with its new yachts
The Foiler by Enata is definitely one of the more out there boats at the Cannes Boat Show!
One of the most awaited launches at the Cannes Boat Show. The stunning and powerful Princess R35 certainly doesn't disappoint.
The triple engine Ice Marine Bladerunner BR45 certainly impressed us. The uniquely designed hull provides efficiency and reduces slamming whilst cruising at speed.
A muscular, handsome boat with a three cabin layout and plenty of space on the flybridge. Top speed of 25 knots and a near 2,000-litre fuel capacity.