The Monaco Yacht Show is here and is viewed as one of the year’s most highly anticipated, exclusive trade show events in Yachting. Known for attracting some of the most powerful and wealthy people in the world, along with the top vessels from all over the globe, this year’s show promises to be a showstopper. From the 28th of September to the 1st of October, the Yachting industry will gather at Port Hercules.
It’s no secret that one of the highlights of any boat show is to see some of the mega-yachts up close and personal. While you may not be able to go onboard, you can still appreciate how amazing some of these vessels are in both size and amenities. So if you are attending the show here are the top yachts to see! It should be noted that it is common for yachts to change plans at the last minute, so there is a possibility that some of these vessels may decide not to attend the boat show.
“Okto” was built by ISA Yachts in 2014 and measures in at over 66m. This mega-yacht can accommodate up to 11 guests and 17 crew members. See her at T CENTRAL T41 where she will be displayed by Moran Yacht & Ship.
This vessel measures in just over 70m, and was built by Lurssen in 2008. This yacht offers the amenities of a five-star hotel, including a gm, endless pool, and a movie theater. She offers 7 luxurious staterooms that can accommodate up to 18 guests and a crew of 15 people. See her at QUIA RAINIER IER R03 where she will be displayed by IYC.
This vessel was built by Heesen Yachts in 2016 and is the largest Heesen to date measuring at just over 70m. She has an impressive top speed of 30 kt and combines that with low range and low fuel consumption. See her at QUAI RAINIER IER.
“Enigma” measures in at just under 75m. Built by Blohm & Voss in, this mega-yacht can accommodate 15 guest and 21 crew members. See her at QUIA RAINIER III D03 being displayed by Edmiston & Company.
This beautiful 76.6m mega-yacht was built by Amels in 1999, and received touch ups in 2016. The largest yacht on this list, she offers unique features such as a guest elevator, salon, cinema, and new interior. See her at QUAI RAINIER IER R04 being displayed by Fraser Yachts.
“Coral Ocean” was formerly “Coral Island” and is one of the first masterpieces of the late interior designer, Jon Bannenberg. This vessel was built in 1994 by Lurssen and has only been used privately. There are 21 cabins onboard to accommodate 12 guests and 27 crew members. See her at T CENTRAL T05 being displayed by Lurseen.
Make sure to be on the look-out for the MHG Team as they will be at the Monaco Yacht Show, helping anyone who has questions regarding their crew insurance!
If you are in Monaco for the Show and are looking for something to do, read out previous blog, “5 Things You Must Do While in Monaco”. Our Insurance Specialists have the knowledge and experience to offer advice or help select the best insurance plan for your needs. Whether you are in need of travel insurance, yacht crew insurance, or life insurance, visit mhginsurance.com or call +1 954 828 1819 or +44 (0) 1624 678668 for help in selecting the plan that fits you best. Safe travels!