1. Project Luminance (145m)
Masters in gigayacht building, Lurssen, are set to launch one of the top 10 largest superyachts of all time. Thought to be currently based at an outfitting facility in Lemwerder, she is expected to be delivered this year to her owner who is reported to hail from the Middle East.
2. Y721 (127.0m)
Upon her delivery, the three-masted schooner will be the largest pure sailing yacht in the world. Rumoured to be bought by Amazon chief Jeff Bezos, the Oceanco-build will become the 23rd largest superyacht in the world when she hits the water.
3. Project 1010 (118.0m)
Feadship's largest ever launch is set to kiss the waters this year toppling its previous biggest build, Anna, by an additional eight metres. Currently in Feadship's Makkum facility for outfitting, there is much excitement about the mysterious design of the superyacht.
4. ABEKING 6507 (118.0m)
Featuring a distinctive and sophisticated design by Joseph Dirand Architecture, Abeking 6507 will cater for plentiful tenders, toys and even a submarine. The Abeking & Rasmussen build is their largest project to date and will play host to a vast range of on board ammenties including a large swimming pool and Neptune lounge.
5. NB 724 (111.85m)
A mysterious project to come out of the Paulino Freire shipyard in Vigo, little is known about the Galician build. The motor yacht that will be delivered towards the end of the year will host seven cabins for guests to enjoy, and her enormous size makes her the biggest superyacht to date to be constructed in Spain.