Over the past week, many superyachts have been migrating from Cannes to Monaco after soaking up the glitz and glamour of the Cannes Film Festival. Now charterers and yacht owners alike will be preparing for a thrilling weekend of motor car racing and star-studded parties.
A major world sporting meet and the Mediterranean’s premier social event, the Monaco Grand Prix will continue on Saturday with further qualifying sessions before the main event kicks off at 2pm local time on Sunday.
Monaco is the most glamorous round of the Formula 1 championship, but its circuit also provides one of the sternest tests of a driver’s reflexes and car control. All eyes will be on Lewis Hamilton to see if he can follow up last year’s victory and replace Sebastian Vettel at the top of the Formula One standings.
The very best place to take in the action is from the comfort of a luxury yacht berthed in the renowned Zone A track section, with some of the yachts here expected to host VIP parties once the racing is over.
Others thought to be getting ready for the adrenaline-packed weekend include Sunseeker’s 47m/155ft superyacht BLUSH, the 44m/144ft motor yacht G3 from Heesen and the 45m/146ft Feadship superyacht HARLE.
The very best place to take in the action is from the comfort of a luxury yacht berthed in the renowned Zone A track section