The Monaco Yacht Show returns from 27 to 30 September, offering the latest in luxury cutting-edge design.
The Monaco Yacht Show has been a primary event in the world of luxury yachts in the port of Hercules since 1991, and this year promises to be no exception. From the 27 to 30 of September, Monaco will host over 40 new editions to its showcase for visitors to enjoy.
Alongside a display of 125 superyachts, the show will have a tailored variety of other features available for the reputable invitees, including 580 exhibitors hailing from 38 countries. Take advantage of opportunities to visit management workshops that informative discussion on crew and yacht management, refit and insurance, and berthing considerations.
There is also the opportunity during chartering workshops to take a detailed look at the benefits of hiring a yacht for a new experience, or indeed, before deciding to invest in a vessel. The show encourages both amateur enthusiasts and industry figures around the world to visit and experience the latest trends in technological advancements and the newest gadgets and accessories.
Last year alone, the event had 34,000 visitors, and this is expected to rise this year. The influences that this event embodies comes from the potent purchasing power of its wealthy clientele.
The venue will offer the exclusive C&C Lounge, which has been designated as the official lounge of the super yacht Captains & Crews. The Upper Deck Lounge offers a relaxing and catered area at the heart of the venue open to all visitors and participants; this area will include a champagne bar and a restaurant offering a uniquely designed menu created by the Philippe Joannes of the Private Dining Fairmont Monte Carlo group.
The Monaco Yacht Show 2017
This year’s visitors will be encouraged to download the Monaco Yacht Show app before attending the event. The app will act as your information guide for the entire event. As the event approaches, the app will be updated with information on superyachts and exhibitors right up until the start of the event in September.
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