Port Hercule, Monaco

22 - 25 Sep 2021

By Katie Scott

After its cancellation in 2020 as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, the eyes of the superyacht world will turn to Monaco this autumn as its Yacht Show returns for the 30th edition, running from 22-25 September 2021.

Scheduled to host an impressive collection of superyachts from around the globe, the Monaco Yacht Show caters to thousands of attendees who become part of nothing less than one of the most extravagant yachting events of the year.

Hosting more than 120 yachts around the prestigious location of Port Hercule, approximately 50 yachts will be making their official debut, some of which will indeed be global premieres.

In addition to the up-close viewing of the newest and most exciting models on the market, visitors will also witness a sprinkling of eyecatching superyachts at anchor in the waters of the French Riviera.

New client-oriented format for 2021

Revamped for 2021, the MYS is much more client-oriented, offering a 'bespoke experience of unparalleled prestige'.

A new registration and badge system has been introduced, with badges generated according to each visitor's profile. Buyers and charterers will be allocated a 'Discover' badge, their advisers and consultants will receive an 'Advise' badge and all trade visitors are allocated a 'Connect' badge.

In addition to the new system, day one of the event will be dedicated solely to superyacht end-users and advisors. Allowing them the chance to view the show in a more personalized setting. The show will then be open to all badge holders from day two onwards.

What to expect at the MYS

Coming from some of the most well-known brands in the world, attending yachts at the show are of the highest quality and feature names like Benetti, Princess, Tankoa and the Ferretti Group.

In addition to the dominance of sleek and stylish motor yachts, the Monaco Yacht Show also takes pride in displaying high-performance tenders and new innovations for travel and leisure. Ensuring all visitors can see the whole package at one show.

We work to offer our visitors an entertaining and instructive plunge into the world of superyachting, while serving the interest of the industry.

Gaëlle Tallarida, General Manager, MYS

Events are just as much a part of the prestigious show as the iconic displays of luxury superyachts. Preceding the show itself, the Monaco Yacht Summit is a big draw for the start of the festivities and proves to be a valuable asset for attaining a better understanding and vision of the yachting industry, as well as being great icebreaking territory. 

Offering visitors the chance to mingle with industry experts, panelists and other enthusiasts, the Summit is an ideal starting point to make new contacts before heading to a luxury yacht charter to close deals.

Also making a comeback for the 2021 event the VIP Sapphire Experience will also have a busy schedule of social events to attend, such as the opening show gala evening and of course access to the highly sought-after MYS Superyacht Awards Ceremony.

Chartering Monaco

Elevated view of Monaco marina, telescope in foreground overlooks Monaco from hill top, with buildings cascading down to the marina.

A prime highlight of the South of France, Monaco is nothing less than a prestige backdrop for the most luxurious charter experiences.

With world-renowned associations such as the Monaco Grand Prix and of course the casinos, there's plenty of reasons why to visit the iconic location on nothing less than the most indulgent Monaco yacht charter.

If you're looking to charter a yacht to coincide with the Monaco Yacht Show, please reach out to your preferred yacht charter broker.

Port Hercules, 6 Quai Antoine 1er, Monaco 98011, Monaco

Monaco Yacht Show 2021 Location

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