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.
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.