This Wednesday 22nd September the annual prestigious 2021 Monaco Yacht Show will be taking place over four days in the principality, with the final day being Saturday 25th September.
As usual, visitors to the show at Port Hercule will be able to look over some of the world’s largest and most luxurious yachts and impressive superyachts.
This year there will be some 350 exhibitors participating at the MYS, showcasing their collection of yachts and superyachts from around the world. There will be yachts from Benetti, Gulf Craft, Icon Yachts and Southern Wind, as well as 32 brand new contemporary launches, with some boats measuring up to 70 metres in length. Visitors will be able to meet with leading market experts to discuss their own yacht projects as well as discover both present and future trends in the yachting world.
The 2021 Monaco Yacht Show has had a makeover this year and will have a far more client orientated focus, offering an array of bespoke experiences catering to clients’ needs with a personalised three category badge system that will create a much clearer vision for the show and visitors alike. Visitors will be able to effortlessly connect with the wide range of people exhibiting at this year’s show. The new badge categories for visitors are “Discover”, “Advise”, “Connect” and “Sapphire Experience”, aimed at either yacht clients, advisors and consultants or trade visitors.
Also new for this year is a Dockside Area which will become an exclusive area for badge holders where they can connect with companies who are in construction or superyacht/tender management, to discuss, ask questions, receive feedback and share their yachting experiences. Visitors will also be able to look at new pioneering projects within trend, design and exploration.
Before the show gets under way on Wednesday, the Monaco Yacht Summit will be offering visitors the chance to talk to industry experts, panellists and yachting enthusiasts, giving them the opportunity to network before the show officially starts.
The Monaco Yacht Show is open from 10:00am to 6:30pm on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th September and from 10:00am to 6:00pm on Saturday 25th September 2021.
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Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man On The Ground, a member of The British Guild of Travel Writers and professional photographer.
Photographs courtesy of Monaco Yacht Show
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