Monaco Yacht Show: A summer of Superyacht continues in France
VHR’s Marine expert, Dale Fisher, is attending the Monaco Yacht Show from the 27th to 30th September. Continuing on from the Cannes Yachting Festival blog, VHR is celebrating another luxurious exhibition by presenting some of the most eagerly anticipated Superyachts.
Each year since 1991, the Monaco Yacht Show gathers leaders of the Superyacht industry from all around the world into Monaco’s Port.
This year, the Monaco Yacht Show will celebrate its 27th anniversary.
It has been a long but positive evolution for this festival; it began by welcoming less than 50 yachts into the exhibition, yet in recent editions this number has grown close to an impressive 200.
Furthermore, the show has recently expanded its exhibition area, covering today not only the infamous Albert 1st dock, but also the dock of Rainier III.
For the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show edition, the exhibition continues to add to its growing fleet by including different casts of boats. For example, tenders and toys, submarines, seabobs and luxurious tenders will be stood next to 40 meter Superyachts.
Additionally, there will be an abundance of accessories designed to improve both the appearance and leisure onboard the Superyachts.
As well as Superyachts and Marine vessels, the Monaco Yacht Show also exhibits luxury cars. On dock Antoine 1er, people will be able to see a range of 15 cars; from the retro design of the Shelby American to the futurist car, Elemental.
Doriana: New life for a classic beauty
This tremendous 38 meters sailing yacht is certainly not the biggest or the fastest; instead, she is the oldest charmer.
She was originally built in 1930 by Danish shipyard Frederikssund; however, her refitting project was launched in 2003 and lasted 2 years (completed by famous naval architects, E.Wedell an Donald Starkey).
Pink Gin VI: the Carbon Sloop
Pin Gin VI was launched by Baltic yacht in May 2017. She is now known as the world’s largest carbon sloop, measuring 53.9 meters.
Adding to her 67meters mast, her owner Hans Georg Näder has decided he wishes to breathe new life in to the Pink Gin series; VHR’s Marine team is looking forward to hearing about this interior design secret, to be revealed at Monaco Yacht Show.
Are you attending the Cannes and Monaco Yacht Shows? Want to discover the range of recruitment and logistics services for the performance yachts and Superyacht industries provided by VHR? If so, contact Dale using details below and arrange a meeting – he looks forward to hearing from you.
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