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Charter Yachts Make Up The Majority At The Monaco Grand Prix 2016

By Oliver Pearson   27 May 2016

As the team at YachtCharterFleet prepare for an action packed weekend at this year’s Monaco Grand Prix, it has become clear that most of the yachts in attendance are available for charter.

Having kept a close eye on both Port Hercule and the surrounding waters of Monaco the last few days, it would seem that it is charter yachts which are dominating the scene this year.

Indeed, from large motor yachts to a few sailing yachts which are in full swing of their Mediterranean season, there are more than enough names here which will be familiar to charterers.

An ideal opportunity for an event charter, all along the berths which fringe the track can be seen large parties relaxing on sundecks ahead of the anticipated race on Sunday.

A nice exercise in window shopping, a look across the water no doubt provides plenty of inspiration for next year’s race.

So, as we await the arrival of any further luxury vessels, we take a look at some of the newcomers to the Monaco Grand Prix 2016.

Motor yacht 'Force Blue' underway
The sundeck of superyacht Force Blue
Alfresco dining onboard motor yacht Force Blue

Force Blue

Boasting an all but unrivalled amount of deck space, it was no surprise to see the approach of the 63m/208ft motor yacht ‘Force Blue’ this year.

Perfect for taking in the action taking place down on the track as well as hosting a truly memorable after party, the various exterior spaces of the yacht are accentuated by a generously sized beam and comfortable furnishings.

With an adjustable bimini for wholly extensive shading if necessary, guests will have no difficulty enjoying themselves this weekend as they spread themselves across three of her decks.

Comprised of 6 staterooms, M/Y Force Blue is capable of accommodating up 12 sleeping guests.

A popular choice for corporate and event charters, the Monaco Grand Prix has a long history of bringing together superyachts from the brand new to the iconic

Ariel shot of superyacht Lady Ann Magee
Bar area on superyacht Lady Ann MageeAlfresco dining onboard Lady Ann Magee

'Lady Ann Magee'

Bringing a distinct air of glamour to this year’s proceedings, the 49m/161ft motor yacht ‘Lady Ann Magee’ will be treating her charterers to a range of uninterrupted dramatic views as she sits in Port Hercule.

With an abundance of sofa seating fringing the exterior spaces, and designed around a walkabout layout, it couldn’t be easier to navigate and unwind in the various areas.

Appropriately named, Lady Ann Magee is dressed in only the finest decor, owning an aesthetic which is perhaps best described as ‘Rich Italian’- think glossy wood finishes, Carrara marble, and classically styled artwork.

Featuring a full beam master suite with a private office, and an ornately decorated VIP stateroom, M/Y Lady Ann Magee comfortably accommodates up to 12 guests.

Running shot of luxury shot of motor yacht Andreas L
Main salon of luxury yacht Andreas L
The lighting inside the Jacuzzi of charter yacht Andreas L
Sun loungers on the sundeck of luxury yacht Andreas L

‘Andreas L’

Once described as the ‘Ferrari of the Sea’, there really is nowhere more fitting for the 60m/197ft motor yacht ‘Andreas L’ to be than the Monaco Grand Prix.

Whilst she has a mass of exterior spaces offering panoramic views, the addition of a dedicated massage room will undoubtedly attract more than a few of her charterers keen to relax between the race and after parties.

An iconic Benetti, M/Y Andreas L also features a neutral interior which is sure to please all tastes, and the swim up bar is unlikely to leave anyone unimpressed.

Made up of 6 cabins, the configuration allows for a total of 12 guests to sleep, with an attendant crew of 15 taking care of all the particulars.

Yachts at anchor off the coast of Monaco

To take a look at all of the yachts currently in Monaco, please head over to our page for the Monaco Grand Prix 2016.

Alternatively, get in touch with your prefered charter broker to make arrangements for a future Monaco Grand Prix charter.


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