Monaco Yacht Show 2021 – the full line-up revealed
The highly anticipated show makes a return this September after a year away
It’s official: yachts are lining the quays and dropping anchor in preparation for the Monaco Yacht Show 2021, which will run from 22-25 September in Port Hercules, and word within the industry is that it could be the best show yet.
The appetite is certainly there: Edmiston has recorded its best year of sales so far in 2021 and it’s also been a strong year for charters in Greece, Italy, and the South of France, and our clients can once more make use of our VIP services, including chauffeured cars and luxury tenders.
Jamie Edmiston, CEO of Edmiston, says: “It’s great to be back at Monaco Yacht Show after a year away, and we are sure this is going to be one of our best years yet. The slimmed down numbers mean guests can have a more meaningful experience at the show, viewing the very best yachts, discussing plans with their broker, and enjoying the scene at the Yacht Club.”
Read on for details of some of the best yachts in show, plus protocols in place to ensure the show remains safe for everyone.
Yachts in the show
The 72m CRN yacht AZTECA, the best priced 2000GT+ yacht on the market, will be in Monaco, much to the delight of any Bitcoin fans, since her Owner recently announced he will accept full payment in the cryptocurrency. An elegant and opulent yacht, with accommodation for 16 and large spaces for socialising, with a range of 6500nm, AZTECA is also a true global cruiser.
This 2010 44m blue water cruiser from Alloy Yachts, has circumnavigated the world several times. A robust yet sophisticated sloop, kitted out with the latest technologies, IMAGINE is the reimagining of an earlier yacht (also called IMAGINE) for the same Owner, though this one is 11 metres longer.
This high-volume 44m yacht from CMN Yacht Division, has been given a new lease of life following a multi-million Euro refit in 2020. A fully displacement yacht with a trans-Atlantic range, her elegant design by Stirling Design International will ensure she never goes out of style.
This 43m tri-deck yacht from Mondomarine fits a lot into her modest size, including a vast sundeck with Jacuzzi tub, an Owner’s suite and two full-beam VIP cabins. Her contemporary beach house design also makes her highly desirable.
A classic yacht kept in impeccable condition, the 38m Feadship MONACO has timeless appeal thanks to her beautiful naval architecture by De Voogt and elegant interiors by Terence Disdale. During her most recent refit in 2016, both engines were rebuilt, she had new generators installed and she was given a fresh repaint, while retaining her traditional nautical atmosphere.
Yachts at anchor
The 61m 1973 displacement yacht VOYAGER, built by Astilleros Celaya S.A offers a great opportunity to buy a classic steel-hulled yacht, which has been fully updated for 21st-century living. She can accommodate 22 guests across 10 + 1 cabins (the sky lounge can convert if needed), with lots of luxurious touches, including a 400-bottle wine cellar, a grand aft deck lounge, and a large helipad.
Fresh from the yard in 2020 this 55m custom-built Baglietto yacht is ideal for family charters. There’s a huge master suite on the main deck, as well as a double and twin, while two VIP cabins are hidden away on the lower deck. A final multipurpose area on the bridge deck can either serve as a sixth cabin or convert to a massage room or a play area.
DOJO is a 45m Feadship luxury motor yacht of contemporary design built in 1981 by the De Vries Shipyard to the designs of Jon Bannenberg. With such blue-blooded parentage, it is no surprise that this yacht cuts such a striking pose on the water, backed up by an incredible history of upgrades to keep her feeling fresh and contemporary on board.
This luxurious 45m Perini Navi sailing yacht combines world cruising capabilities with cool, contemporary onboard style thanks to her naval architecture by Ron Holland and interiors by the in-house team at Perini Navi. She was built for very experienced yachtsman, who wanted to circumnavigate the globe in comfort and take part in bucket racing in between ocean crossings.
Stay Covid-safe at the show
All guests at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show are required to provide a valid health pass* or a negative PCR/antigen test taken within 72 hours of their visit, which must be presented each day to enter the show.
In Monaco it is compulsory to wear a mask, even outdoors, for anyone over the age of five and this must be a surgical mask, a FFP2 or Bettimask ™ fabric mask – other fabric masks are not allowed.
*Valid health passes in digital or original paper format, include the Monaco Safe Pass or a Covid EU digital certificate.
Alternatively, ONE of the following documents must be provided in French or English:
• A negative PCR or antigenic test result from within 72 hours.
• A complete vaccination certificate: for COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen, 28 days after one dose. For other vaccines, seven days after the 2nd dose or single dose for people who have had Covid-19.
• Proof of Covid-19 recovery certificate: positive PCR test older than 11 days and less than 6 months.
NB: In accordance with the law, the presentation of an identity document will also be requested.
For further information on regulations for visitors travelling to Monaco, please visit the government website and for any further information on yachts or the show itself please contact us.
17th September 2021 |