I got on board the biggest yacht at the Monaco Yacht Show. Take a look inside the 365-foot superyacht, which comes with a 40-foot infinity pool and 2 helipads.
- I attended this year's Monaco Yacht Show, a glamorous event for yachting industry insiders and wealthy VIPs looking to buy or charter yachts.
- Monaco is a tiny yet lavishly wealthy city-state on the French Riviera, known for its yacht-filled port, luxury hotels, and gambling, where about one-third of the population are millionaires.
- One evening, I got on board the largest vessel on display at the yacht show, a 365-foot superyacht called Tis that was built as a second home for an unknown Monaco resident.
- The Lürssen-built yacht has six decks that include two helipads, a nearly 40-foot swimming pool, a Hammam spa, and a Parisian-inspired tea room.
- I was blown away by the sheer opulence and size of the yacht, which the designer aptly called a "floating mansion."
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This year's Monaco Yacht Show brought 31,565 people and $4.3 billion worth of yachts to the tiny city-state on the French Riviera.
Guests included yachting-industry insiders - including superyacht builders, designers, and brokers - as well as wealthy private clients looking to charter or purchase yachts, as well as journalists like myself.I spent two days at the yacht show, and one evening I got the chance to go on board the largest yacht on display in Monaco at this year's show: Tis, a 365-foot superyacht built by German shipyard Lürssen that comes with two helipads, a 40-foot swimming pool, eight guest suites, and a Parisian-inspired tea room.
Take a look inside the superyacht that's owned by a mysterious Monaco resident.