TWO of the world’s luxury super-yachts have been spotted in Plymouth Sound and can still be seen on our 24 hour webcam, Scout and M&Em.

The award-winning luxury motor yacht Scout is still at anchor in the Sound.

Scout was built in 2019 in the Netherlands with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure.

She is powered by 2 Caterpillar Inc engines, which gives her top speeds, and in world rankings for largest yachts, Scout, is listed at number 410.

Scout is a masterpiece vessel and built by Hakvoort and designed by H2 Yacht Design, and named after a beloved dog.

The second superyacht anchored near the Plymouth Breakwater is the 74m long M&Em motor yacht and arrived a few days ago.

The vessel is ranked 244th largest superyacht in the world, and can carry 12 passengers and 19 crew, including the ship’s captain.

M&Em was launched last year, but is already well travelled and has recently been to Monaco, Gibraltar, Vigo, in Spain, and Greenock, in Scotland.

The super-yacht was built by Dutch luxury boat builder Amels, and is one of the largest vessels built by the company.