Monaco Yacht Show Latest News
With the 28th edition of the most awaited superyacht event on Earth fast approaching, the Monaco Yacht Show presents a new layout for the floating exhibition that will unveil an outstanding fleet of 120 superyachts.
This year again, visitors coming from worldwide to Monaco to purchase or order their future superyacht will also find around forty new luxury yachts making their world debuts.
The organizers of the MYS will take advantage of the restructuring of Quai des Etats-Unis in Port Hercules by the Principality of Monaco to improve the visit experience of the show’s private clientele by giving priority to the presence of yacht designers, builders and brokerage houses in front of their superyachts on display for sale or charter.
A logical evolution towards a thematic exhibition per area
From 26 to 29 September 2018, visitors will find an exhibition fully dedicated to the superyacht lifestyle: the majority of top superyacht builders, the leading yacht designers and brokerage houses will exhibit on the water; the luxury manufacturers and top-of-the-range service suppliers will showcase their know-how notably in the Parvis Piscine tent, while in the Darse Sud tent and on Quai Albert Iervisitors will meet most of the nautical suppliers.
Quai Jarlan will be the site of part of the luxury tender exhibition in the Tenders & Toys zone, launched in 2017 and dedicated to luxury tenders, accessories and nautical leisure goods, and now extended also to Quai Antoine Ier.
The Car Deck, the MYS prestige car exhibition, and the Starboard, lounge and art exhibition, will complete the superyacht lifestyle theme on the Quai Antoine Ier.
Optimized transportation to facilitate the flow of visitors through all show areas
The different transportation networks will be optimized to ensure access to all the show areas and make the visit easier: shuttle boats will serve the main quays – including the new 240-m jetty -, electric golf carts will shuttle from Quai Antoine Ier to the Quai Albert Ier tent, the entrance of Quai Antoine Ier will be more centralized, the floating pedestrian access will continue to link the T Central to Quai Antoine Ierfor the third consecutive year. Outside the show venue, the MYS has renewed its partnership with the Monaco Bus Company so all participants can use any bus for free during the show.