From Motor Yacht of the Year to prestigious Eco Awards. Introducing the award winning Vitruvius Yachts.
Enigma won the the World Superyacht Award in 2014, Yacht conversion of the year as well as receiving the International Superyacht Society award for the Best Refit.
“The new design paid homage to the original looks of the vessel while adding significant new elements to the superstructure to provide the interior with every element that might be expected in a superyacht of this size. The judges felt that the interior design took maximum advantage of these new spaces, exploiting them to their full. “
Exuma has won a whole host of awards including the Motoryacht of the Year award. Exuma also won the Rina Green Plus Platinum certificate for her proven commitment to environmental excellence. She was voted ‘Most Innovative Yacht of the Year’ at the 2010 World Yacht Trophy and received recognition for yachting design at the Nautical Design Awards and won ‘Best Motor Yacht’ over 40m.
The Robb Report also awarded here Motor Yacht of the year.
Galileo G has continuously travelled the world’s oceans since the day of her launch. Another award winning vitruvius yacht, she was the Winner of Best Displacement Motor Yacht at the World Superyacht awards. She also won the Exterior Design and Styling award at the Showboats design awards. This award came soon after it was awarded the best of the best custom megayachts prize from the Robb Report.
Since launching in 2014, GRACE E has received wide acclaim. The golden Neptune awards are the Oscars of the superyacht world. Grace E won several awards here. Naval Architecture – Displacement Motor Yacht, Exterior Design & Styling Motor Yacht above 500 GT, and Environmental Protection Award by Vitruvius Yachts Ltd, and Interior Design – Motor Yacht above 500 GT, by Remi Tessier Design.
In November 2020 Najiba won the Displacement Motor Yachts Between 500GT and 999GT at the World superyacht Awards. The Design and Innovation Award for best naval architecture also went to Najiba. Najiba sets a new standard for superyacht efficiency.
“This category pays particular attention to issues of efficiency as borne out by details of range and horsepower for given displacements, and efforts made to reduce drag. “Najiba exploited the benefits of a relatively narrow beam and the approach taken by Philippe Briand and De Voogt Design presented a more efficient hull form and was the most innovative and forward-looking.”