The world leading event in superyachting starts in a few days.
Set in September in the iconic Port Hercules, the MYS represents the pinnacle of the superyacht lifestyle against the glamorous backdrop of Monaco. Every year since 1991, the world’s most respected shipyards display 120 extraordinary one-off superyachts and megayachts, of which 40 new launches are annually unveiled in a worldwide debut.
For four days, yacht owners, future superyacht purchasers or charterers, decision-makers in the yachting and luxury industries attend the Monaco Yacht Show to participate in one of the most influential business networks on Earth.
On docks, the MYS curates the showcase of a selection of 580 leading companies in the industry: from the most reputable superyacht builders and nautical suppliers, top yacht designers, luxury manufactures and the best brokerage houses to the most sought-after tenders and water toys, prestige cars, helicopter and private jet manufacturers.
The Monaco Yacht Show is an event by Informa and gratefully benefits from the recognition and the support of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Optimized sighting of exhibition areas
The MYS exhibition extends once again over almost the whole of Port Hercules and will also benefit from the restructuring by the Principality of Monaco of Quai des États-Unis, giving priority to the presence of naval architects, shipyards and brokers on the quays right next to their yachts on display in the water.
Visitors also find a new line of superyachts, extension of Quai Chicane, at right-angles to Quai des États-Unis, replacing the former floating pontoon connected to T Central. The reorganization of the display in the water is backed up by a new themed orientation of the various exhibition zones, as ever with the aim of making the experience of future yacht buyers even more enjoyable.
Future owners accompanied by their captains or representatives are more and more closely involved in the building of their yachts and they can visit the exhibition tents to look for the latest in high-tech equipment (Darse Sud) or the objects and furnishings presented by prestige luxury goods firms and craftsmen (Parvis Piscine).
The Quai Jarlan hosts part of the display of luxury tenders. Since the Tenders & Toys exhibition area launched in 2017, it has been devoted to yacht tenders and water toys and this year occupies more space on Quai Antoine Ier.
The Car Deck, the exhibition of prestige vehicles and the Starboard lounge-exhibition complete the superyacht lifestyle exhibition on Quai Antoine Ier.
To discover the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show and book tickets, please visit www.monacoyachtshow.com