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The 26th Monaco Yacht Show, to be held from September 28 to October 1, is promising to be bigger and better with more luxury superyachts, for charter and sale, designers and yacht builders exhibiting than ever before, according to the organisers.
Set in Monaco’s iconic Port Hercule since 1991, the MYS is the only place to admire, visit and purchase around 120 extraordinary one-off superyachts built by the world’s most respected shipyards, the MYS says. Forty new launches are unveiled in world premieres at every edition.
Over 580 exhibiting companies and partners participate in the MYS, among the world’s leading luxury yachting companies: the trendiest superyacht builders, yacht designers, luxury manufacturers and the most important brokerage houses.
The Monaco Yacht Show is the one and only occasion in the year – and in the world – to discover the greatest of superyachting in the glamorous setting of Monaco. The show has the privilege of benefiting from the recognition and the support of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco.
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