This year’s four-day Monaco Yacht Show – held in the city state of Monaco, on the Mediterranean coast – which is often regarded as yachting's most prestigious event, ended on Saturday.

On display in the glittering Port Hercules were 121 superyachts, collectively worth US$3.5 billion.

Individually, the average value of each superyacht was about US$31 million.

Of these superyachts, 42 were making their worldwide debuts and 45 per cent were less than two years old.

The event’s biggest yacht, Aquarius, was 312 feet long, while the biggest yacht making its debut, Dar, measured 295 feet long

Yet just as impressive as their worth and age was their size: the average length of the superyachts on display was about 168 feet (50 metres) – up compared with those attending last year's event.

The average volume of the superyachts also increased by nearly 15 per cent compared with those last year.

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However, these sizes were nothing compared with those of the show's superstars – the giant superyachts that overshadow. all others

The event’s biggest yacht, Aquarius, was 312 feet long, while the biggest yacht making its debut, Dar, measured 295 feet long.

We have rounded up the 12 largest superyachts that were displayed during the show – all of which measured more than 230 feet.

Here is what that looks like.

12. Axioma

Length: 236 feet

Owned by Russian billionaire Dmitry Pumpyansky, the motor yacht Axioma features an infinity swimming pool, jacuzzi, gym, massage room and steam room – all perfect for people who was a little self care.

Her charter rates range from US$700,722 to US$747,829 per week.

11. Solo

Length: 236 feet

Motor yacht Solo made her debut at Monaco Yacht Show.

Not only does she look beautiful, she is also silent and efficient, promising a smooth ride.

On-board is a winter garden, a nearly 20-foot-long swimming pool and a superyacht beach club with a hammam, or Turkish bath.

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10. Cloud 9

Length: 242 feet

The motor yacht Cloud 9 is owned by former chairman of BB Retail Brett Blundy.

It costs nearly US$900,000 a week to charter it during the winter.

Everything on board was reportedly designed for Blundy, including bedroom suites named after characters from the Star Wars films and various chess sets located throughout the yacht, according to The Guardian newspaper in Britain.

9. Elandess

Length: 244 feet

 Motor yacht Elandess flaunts a number of communal spaces on board, including a superyacht swimming pool on the sundeck, an observation lounge on the upper deck, and a lounge below the waterline.

8. Boadicea

Length: 251 feet

Motor yacht Boadicea was for sale at the show for US$62,371,000 and has been chartered for about US$617,800 a week in the past.

On board, there is a steam bath, cinema and master suite, which features a 180-degree panoramic view.

7. GO

Length: 252 feet

Motor yacht GO is builder Turquoise Yacht's largest yacht to date.

She boasts a sleek profile and a central garage for tenders – dinghies or other boats used to ferry people and supplies to and from a ship – which can accommodate a limousine tender, which can transports people in style – and a multipurpose tender.

She also features a grand central staircase.

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6. Air

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Length: 265 feet

Motor yacht Air can be chartered for about US$881,124 to US$933,992 a week.

The owner's suite has an observation lounge that overlooks the pool on the main deck, and there is a giant pop-up television screen to watch films outdoors.

5. Illusion Plus

Length: 290 feet

Motor yacht Illusion Plus was not only the biggest yacht making its Monaco Yacht Show debut – she is also the biggest yacht ever built in Asia.

There are four interior lounges on board as well as two jacuzzi pools, a touch-and-go helipad, and a beauty salon.

She was for sale at the show for US$145 million.

4. Barbara

Length: 290 feet

Motor yacht Barbara has cruised the globe with an interior so nice that it has won an award.

She boasts a gymnasium on the sundeck and a wellness area for a more tranquil part of the vessel.

She was for sale at the show for US$211,239,000.

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3. Dar

Length: 295 feet

Motor yacht Dar is completely finished in reflective glass, perfect for panoramic views from the interior.

She has a helipad, swimming pool, beach club, and bathing platform and can accommodate more than 40 people on board at one time.

 2. Aquarius

Length: 301 feet

Motor yacht Aquarius, owned by real estate businessman Steve Wynn, has a massage room, helipad, beauty salon, swimming pool, beach club and media room.

She can accommodate up to 14 guests in seven cabins, including a master suite and six VIP staterooms.

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1. Kismet

Length: 312 feet

While the current sale price for motor yacht Kismet was only available upon application, she was the largest yacht at the Monaco Yacht Show – with a weekly charter rate of around US$1.29 million – so we can only guess a high price.

Billionaire Shahid Khan, owner of Fulham, the English Premier League soccer club and the Jacksonville Jaguars American football team, is the current owner.

She has been chartered by Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z.

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This article originally appeared on Business Insider.