From September 22nd to September 25th 2021, one of the most awaited yachting events in the world takes place at the Yacht Club de Monaco.
With a brand new format of the Monaco Yacht Show, that will see a refocus around superyacht clients, for a less crowded and more exclusive show, and the tailor-made Monaco Yacht Summit, the organisers recognise the importance for the yachting industry to deliver the best and most relevant intelligence to the next wave of superyacht clients who are eager to better understand a sector still largely unfamiliar.
European builders such as Benetti, Feadship, Lürssen, Oceanco and Sanlorenzo have all confirmed their attendance, among many other international shipyards, as well as a strong brokerage presence from Burgess, Camper & Nicholsons, Edmiston, Fraser, Imperial Yachts, Moran Yacht & Ship, YPI and Merle Wood & Associates.
NEW SUPERYACHTS UNVEILING
For the lucky ones attending the exclusive 2021 Monaco Yacht Show, these are some of the masterpieces to be showcased:
This 24 metre Sunreef 80 Power catamaran is set to be “exclusively showcased” at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, according to builder Sunreef Yachts. Commissioned by Nadal and delivered in 2020, her key features include “bold, contemporary hull styling” and accommodation for 12 guests and four crew members.
A product of Nobiskrug with exterior styling by the famous Gregory C Marshall, Artefact is a 80 m astonishing vessel. Her size doesn’t mean she can’t be silent; thanks to cutting-edge diesel-electric propulsion and a radical approach to noise attenuation, Artefact has the makings of a modern icon.
What most surprises about WHY200 is probably the fact that she is designed to have 50% more living space than a traditional yacht of its length. There are four dining areas, three saloons, three “sun lounges”, five guest cabins, three crew cabins and an extendable beach club that measures 32m2– all on a 27m hull. Crucially, the high bow encloses what on most yachts is an external space, creating a spectacular owner’s cabin with wrap-around glass. And you don’t lose the foredeck space, it simply sits on top of the cabin.
See all superyachts here https://www.monacoyachtshow.com/en/ superyacht-1
This year’s Monaco Yacht Summit will be moderated by Martin Hager, editor-in-chief of leading German superyacht magazine Boote Exclusiv, and a former naval architect with more than 18 years of experience in yachting.
A panel of experts in yacht building, design, management, charter or purchase will discuss a variety of topics as:
• Perspective on yachting trends
• The key elements to achieve a successful charter
• The practical steps in yacht building when you’re the owner
• From design to delivery
Despite travel restrictions currently in Australia, there will still be
Australian representation during the Monaco Yacht Show:
• Australia, Tahiti, Fiji and NZ are hosting a South Pacific
Breakfast at Stars’N’Bars on Friday 24th September
David Good will be zooming in to address the attendees at the breakfast event and also showcasing the Brisbane 2032 Olympics Promotional Video.
• Superyachts.com Australia In-Depth Documentary
Promotion on the Superyachts.com Stand
The Superyachts.com stand is located at the primary entrance to the show this year. A preview of the Australia In-Depth series documentary will be on display on their stand, and further filming and interviewing key industry leaders will take place at the show to further market Australia as a superyacht destination.
• Australian built 85m MY Bold is on display in the show (JS4)
Silver Yachts are travelling to the show from Australia to showcase the majestic 85m MY Bold .
• APSA is hosting their 10th Anniversary Superyacht Night
on Tuesday 21st September at Hotel Novotel Monte Carlo
If you are interested in attending this event please reach out to David Good or Maddie Spencer for further event details. This event is RSVP only.
To read more about Monaco Yacht show, visit: https://www.monacoyachtshow.com