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Exploring The Extraordinary Monaco Yacht Show 2023
- 24th Sep 2023
Dive into the world of luxury and innovation at the Monaco Yacht Show 2023!
Held annually in the glamorous port of Monaco, this prestigious event is the pinnacle of superyacht shows globally, drawing over 30,000 enthusiasts from every corner of the world.
This year, the show is scheduled to run from September 27th to 30th, promising a display of over 120 superyachts and megayachts, including the latest marvels from the world premier shipyards.
The Monaco Yacht Show 2023 is not just an event; it an experience, offering insights into the future of yachting, networking opportunities with industry stalwarts, and a glimpse into the luxurious and innovative world of superyachts. Whether you are a seasoned professional, an enthusiast, or a prospective buyer, the MYS has something to offer for everyone, making it a must-visit spectacle in the world of luxury yachting.
What Awaits You:
Yacht Design & Innovation Hub:
Discover the future of yacht design and construction with showcases of the latest trends and breakthrough technologies.
Explore the realm of sustainable yachting, featuring discussions and exhibits on hybrid and electric propulsion and the use of sustainable materials.
Immerse yourself in the exciting world of adventure yachting, with a focus on exploration, fishing, and diving.
The MYS offers a unique platform to connect with industry leaders, yacht brokers, designers, and builders, opening doors to new possibilities and collaborations.
Secure your spot by purchasing tickets online in advance, with options ranging from one-day to three-day passes available to suit your schedule.
The port of Monaco is well-connected, accessible by car, bus, or train, and a dedicated ferry service from Nice to Monaco is available during the show.
Given Monaco’s status as a prime tourist destination, early booking of accommodation is crucial. A range of options is available to accommodate various budgets.
Dress comfortably and wear suitable footwear, given the extensive grounds of the event.
Protect yourself from the sun with hats, sunscreen, and sunglasses.
Stay hydrated and carry snacks, as on-site provisions can be pricey.
Prospective yacht buyers should conduct thorough research and be prepared to negotiate.
The 2023 edition will see the return of the Adventure Area and the Sustainability Hub, following their successful introductions in 2022. Additionally, the MYS has initiated a "Green commitment," aiming to minimize the event’s environmental footprint and promote eco-friendly practices within the industry.
The Monaco Yacht Show 2023 is set to feature a plethora of new and exciting yachts making their grand debut at Port Hercule.
Here are some of the notable yachts to look out for:
Features: Scarlet hull, extravagant beach club pool flanked by Greek statues, and overhead fibre optic lights.
Builder: Golden Yachts
Features: Vertical bow, trapezium-shaped windows, and over 250 finishes used throughout her interior.
Features: Developed over Zoom, features a signature Vitruvius hull and over 330 square meters of outdoor space.
Features: Customized with long strips of glazing, extended bridge deck, and sun deck.
Features: Offers 1,000GT across her five decks and a 110-square-metre beach area.
Features: Unique interior designed by Giorgio Armani, open beach club at the stern, and a touch-and-go helipad.
Builder: Turquoise Yachts
Features: Distinctive sky-blue exterior and a generous sundeck with a spa pool.
8. Baglietto T52
Features: First hybrid T52 model with a range of 7,600 nautical miles and an open beach club.
Builder: Columbus Yachts
Features: Brassy exteriors, onboard sanitization system, and a touch-and-go helipad that converts to an open-air cinema.
10. Eternal Spark
Features: Can host more than 100 guests quayside and features a sunken-level beach club.
Builder: Tankoa Yachts
Features: Larger-than-usual, glass-sided swimming pool and a high-definition cinema screen.
Features: Fitted with Benetti signature Oasis deck offering 270-degree views from the stern of the vessel.
13. UV II
Builder: ISA Yachts
Features: Strong, sporty profile and is fitted with an extra-wide beach club.
Builder: Conrad Shipyard
Features: Poland largest superyacht with a distinctive rolling wave superstructure.
Features: One of her five decks is dedicated entirely to the owner, featuring an apartment, study, living room, and large master cabin.
16. This Is It
Builder: Admiral The Italian Sea Group
Features: Highly secretive project expected to make its grand reveal at the Monaco Yacht Show this year.
Builder: Bilgin Yachts
Features: The first vessel to emerge from its Turkish shipyard's new Antalya facility.
18. White Island
Builder: Aegean Yacht
Features: Developed entirely by the Bodrum-based yard with wide saloon windows allowing for airy, bright interiors.
Features: The first hull in the Pershing's sporty GTX116 series commissioned by a US-based owner.
Builder: Nautor Swan
Features: The first Swan 108, built with a carbon hull and a deck made from epoxy Sprint technology.
Builder: Cantiere delle Marche
Features: A souped-up, world-girdling explorer with an “invisible crane” for toys and tenders.
Builder: Gulf Craft
Features: The first unit in the UAE-based shipyard's Majesty 111 series.
Builder: Arcadia Yachts
Features: Fitted with “environmentally friendly” Waveless Stab40 stabiliser fins and solar panels.
24. Mazu 92DS
Builder: Mazu Yachts
Features: Marks the Turkish shipyard's first foray into steel construction.
25. Bolide 80
Builder: Bolide Yachts
Features: One of the fastest superyachts in the world, capable of reaching speeds of around 73 knots.
26. Sunreef 80 Eco
Builder: Sunreef Yachts
Features: Custom-built and dubbed the world most advanced electric motor yacht.
Features: Solar-powered multihull capable of generating 5kW of green energy thanks to 56 solar panels.
Features: Details are not provided.
Each yacht is unique in its design, features, and capabilities