Monaco Yacht Show the Worlds Finest Display of Superyachts

View of the Monaco Yacht show from the mizzen mast aboard Athene

Monaco is, without doubt, a princely destination and is well known as a staple amongst Mediterranean cruising grounds.  It has long been the destination of choice for superyacht owners and guests, making its harbour a natural home for the annual Monaco Yacht Show.

Over the month that precedes the show we will be showcasing some of the worlds finest in superyachts on this Web site providing the definitive list on what to see and where to be during the fours days the show is open this September.  Let us know if you have a yacht that you think we should see or an event that you want to see covered

The show this year will be the biggest ever with 115 yachts, some 30 luxury tenders and an extended exhibition that will host industry suppliers to the industry.  The extension in size reflects the increasing demand for exhibiting bigger yachts in the port of Monte Carlo that is now able to accommodate superyachts up to 100 metres overall.  This annual, event attracts billionaires from around the world, often inconspicuously walking the docks to catch up on the latest superyacht trends.

Top-class services for high-end visitors

This year as always the Monaco Yacht Show is on course to attract industry leaders and a ultra wealthy clientele from around the world and offers top-class services to meet the demands of this elite clientele: VIP passes, luxury courtesy car services, helicopters, bus or boat shuttles are all available.

In the heart of the show area, the Upper Deck Lounge is designed to be a place where businessmen can hold their meetings, or maybe invite their favourite clients to dine in the restaurant catered by Private Dining by Fairmont Monte-Carlo, or simply enjoy a glass of champagne by Taittinger in a luxurious setting designed by interior decorators Sabrina Monte-Carlo in collaboration with Italian designer Paola Lenti, the French crystal manufacturer Baccarat and the art gallery Opera Gallery.

The Upper Deck Lounge also includes several reception areas reserved exclusively for the executives of exhibiting companies, areas where they can talk with their customers in confidence.