Exhibition and berthing space at Monaco show expands to meet demand.

New berths are shown in yellow

This year’s Monaco Yacht Show in September is going to be somewhat different to that of previous occasions.

Not only has the show become bigger but now with the yacht club swapping sides as it moves to the other side of the harbour so to does the focus.
This annual, one-of-a-kind event attracts industry leaders and billionaires from around the world to catch up on the latest trends in the superyacht industry and acquire these Jewels of the Seas in the glamorous setting of the Principality of Monaco.
The show will be the biggest ever with an expanded exhibition area and berthing for 118 superyachts.
The MYS floating area has been extended to the port entrance in front of the new Monaco Yacht Club and Quai Rainier 1er Grand Amiral de France, opening space for 18 more yachts with an average length over 50 metres.
The exhibition area is also wider, with around 400 additional square metres for stands.

“The demand for space at MYS has been a challenge for more than ten years,” said Gaëlle Tallarida, Managing Director of the Monaco Yacht Show, “The improving global economy and expanding demand in developing economies for exclusive products and services like what can offer the superyachting industry was full of meaning for us and for Monaco also.”