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Charter yachts gather for the Monaco Grand Prix 2018

 
Events news

By Oliver Pearson  23 May 2018

Covering all the action live from Monaco, the team at YachtCharterFleet bring you all the latest from the Monaco Grand Prix.

As soon as the Cannes Film Festival drew to a close on Saturday, the high-profile superyachts in town for the occasion began migrating eastwards along the coast, making their way towards Monaco in time for the next big date on the South of France event calendar: the Monaco Grand Prix.

Heading down to check out the event, the team at YachtCharterFleet are currently surrounded by countless crew members readying their yachts for the big race, ensuring that all protective carpets are laid down, and all supplies are nicely topped up. 

With further qualifying sessions planned for Friday and Saturday before the main race gets underway at 15.10 on Sunday, the best seats in the house are definitely located aboard the luxury yachts berthed trackside in Zone A of Port Hercules.

The view of Port Hercules as seen from a yacht at the Monaco Yacht Show
A bar and Jacuzzi on board a superyacht berthed in Port Hercules
Yachts lined up for the Monaco Grand Prix 2018

Getting a good look at the selection of superyachts berthed in Port Hercules ahead of this year’s race, the team got the rare opportunity to witness all of the work which goes into ensuring that those on board superyachts get the best experience possible.

With their paraselles still down, all of the motor yachts are populated with crew members setting up the exterior spaces for what will be one of the most anticipated events to take place in the Mediterranean all summer.

With the first practice session set to begin at 11AM tomorrow, the yachts will all shortly move slightly back, with guest tendering in to get on board for all the action.

Making all of the necessary preparations ahead of the main event, yacht crews are currently getting all provisions on board for the Monaco Grand Prix 2018

Boasting a uniquely glamorous atmosphere, the Monaco Grand Prix 2018 is already living up to great expectations. Indeed, there is a palpable excitement in the air, and the surrounding bars and restaurants are already hosting a number of A-list visitors.

Set to attract a wide variety of big name stars, the race will be accompanied by an exclusive F1 Driver Fashion Show at the Amber Lounge that is sure to attract considerable attention in the superyacht capital.

Currently on hand to provide charter guests with an unforgettable experience are the 58m/190ft motor yacht SKYFALL, the brand new 52m/171ft luxury yacht ‘Seven Sins’, and the highly talked about 50m/164ft motor yacht VERTIGE.

The largest charter yacht currently in Port Hercules for the Grand Prix is the 76m/248ft motor yacht BOADIECA. Featuring an enormous beach club, guests on board can expect to enjoy plenty of space whilst taking in fantastic fews of the activity going on down on the track. Her on board beauty salon will also allow those on board to unwind in style after the excitement of the race. 

Of course, it’s also possible for superyachts to sit at-anchor a short distance away from the port and tender guests into enjoy one of the exclusive balconies with a great view of the circuit.

Ideal for families looking for a uniquely exciting yacht charter vacation, as well as for those looking to network or entertain as part of an event charter, the Monaco Grand Prix is truly an unmissable opportunity in the superyacht calendar.

Protective carpeting on a yacht

Ideal for families looking for a uniquely exciting yacht charter vacation, as well as for those looking to network or entertain as part of an event charter, the Monaco Grand Prix is truly an unmissable opportunity in the superyacht calendar.

A Jacuzzi overlooking the yachts at Port Hercules

In order to find out more about how you can enjoy a Monaco Grand Prix yacht charter, get in touch with your preferred charter broker today.

Alternatively, take a look at all of the yachts for charter in Monaco.

 
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