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Monaco Yacht Show 2018 details of what to see

Monaco Yacht Show 2018 details of what to see

By Staff Writer - September 23, 2018

The Monaco Yacht Show is the world leader event in superyachting. Set in September in the iconic Port Hercules, the MYS represents the pinnacle of the superyacht lifestyle against the glamorous backdrop of Monaco since 1991.

Every year, 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.

Superyachts at the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show
Copyright: Monaco Yacht Show

This year’s MYS sees 120 superyachts longer than 25m on display. Here is a selection of them.

Cars
Copyright: Monaco Yacht Show

There will also be a selection of world class, stunning cars and other vehicles, as well as tenders and superyacht accessories.

This year’s MYS sees 120 superyachts longer than 25m on display. Here is a selection of them.

There will also be a selection of world class, stunning cars and other vehicles, as well as tenders and superyacht accessories.

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