Class Meets Superyachts at the Monaco Yacht Show 2016

The Monaco Yacht Show is an unmatched insight into the world of luxury; with 125 superyachts berthed in Port Hercules, a brand-new Car Deck showcasing some of the finest supercars on the market and an asset of exclusive lifestyle exhibitors. With so much on offer, we’ve compiled a rough guide to help you navigate through the luxury lifestyle showcase of the Monaco Yacht Show (September 28th – October 1st, 2016).

Statement Pieces
UlysseNardin is a historic founder of the Monaco Yacht Show, and also has a heritage in the skill of crafting some of the finest wrist pieces on the luxury market. For 170 years, the work of UlysseNardinhas progresses to capture the very essence of success and sophistication; after just launching two statement pieces.

The Marine Chronograph Annual Calendar and the Grand Deck Marine Tourbillon are the latest watches to emerge from UlysseNardin, which was initiated to coincide with the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the contemporary Marine collection. These watches and countless other pieces will be a major attraction for the millionaire and billionaire class walking the docks of Port Hercules.


Automotive Debuts
Yachting and automotive often go hand in hand, and the Monaco Yacht Show is introducing its first ever edition of the Car Deck this year to celebrate that fact.

This platform is to display some of the most exciting automobiles available on the market. Some of the ten-car-exhibition brands to be presented include the new Tesla Model S P90D, the recently launched Rolls-Royce Dawn and the Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder. Flip through the full run-down of the Monaco Yacht Show Car Deck here.

The Height of Aviation
Jetcraft, Dassault Aviation, NetJets, and DC Aviation will all be attending the show, and looking to provide the unmatched service available in the sky – from purchase to management – while the superyacht display has the water covered. Later this month, there would be a documentary of the Aviation industry at the Monaco Yacht Show, and this will provide you with everything you need to know about the experts of business and leisure travel.

Resident Luxury
The homeware and luxury residence exhibition of the Monaco Yacht Show is an incredible look into the world of the elite homestead, not to mention a perfect opportunity to discuss the inspiration for your new home styling with the people that knows it all.

Linley – world famous British furniture and interior decoration brand – will also be there to display after announcing a new autumn catalogue and offering the finest in wood and hand-crafted products fit for superyacht or study. Also available on display is the interior styling and expertise of Sabrina Monte-Carlo with a range of outdoor and indoor furnishings and presenting a harmony of styles across superyacht, residence and private jets.

StudioArt provides leather interior options for the entire home, while Crystal Caviar, a leading brand in the craft of crystal which has worked on superyachts and homes across the world, will showcase the delicate reflections of true art; from architectural details and artwork itself to chandeliers and lightings.

These are just a glimpse of the luxury legion on display at the Monaco Yacht Show; however, we'll be delivering further insights into the brands, glamorous events and glittering products on display as the show approaches.

VIP Guide To The Monaco Yacht Show

Top notch tips to help you as a Yacht owner at the upcoming 2016 Monaco Yacht Show to enjoy your time to the fullest as the show is coming up in less than two weeks time.

Since the show's inception in 1991, MYS has gone from just being pleasure boats parade to being a platform for high-end brands to display their products in the face of a captivated audience of yacht owners and magnificence consumers.

Contained by the show itself is an extensive range of brands offering inspiration on anything from interior furnishings to liquors and the hottest champagnes to stash in your onboard drinks cabinet.
Also present is the smorgasbord of attractions in Monaco itself, from haute couture and jewellery boutiques to an array of fine dining restaurants and exclusive bars, to the world famous Monte Carlo Casino. And for an excellent reason, this is why the place is called a Millionaires’ playground.

Where to shop:
In Monaco, you are sure to find every luxury retail designer – The glitter of Cartier and Van Cleef, the aromas of Davidoff and Dior, the style of Valentino and Gucci. The centre of luxury shopping is the renowned Cercle d’Or, while another home to stores includes the galleries of the Métropole Shopping Centre, the AlléesLumières, and the Fontvieille Shopping Centres.

Where to eat:
Of all the renowned cuisine names to ply their trade in Monte Carlo, perhaps the most eminent of them all is Joel Robuchon, owner of an amazing 26 Michelin stars across the world. For an exquisite state of the art dining experience, you should visit his restaurant in the Hotel Metropole. Guests can enjoy refreshments on the restaurant’s terrace while taking pleasure in a view over the lively streets of Monte Carlo and Port Hercules Marina.

Where to party:
The Monaco institution; is a sophisticated mix of piano bar and disco Living Room. Their dress code is strict, and the club doesn’t kick off until midnight or thereabout when the resident DJs begins to do their thing. Music is diverse, and there is a good food menu alongside a heated, year-round terrace.


Get Inspired:
Without the luxury trimmings, a superyacht is nothing!!! This is where the Monaco Yacht Show comes into its own, offering a stunning collection of luxury stuff that will supplement your yacht and the experience enjoyed by its guests. Champagne brand Lanson is going to be at Monaco this year, hopefully, to persuade yacht owners that theirs is the tipple to serve on-board.

Beyond a doubt, the best-represented luxury sector will be interior brands – it is barely a bombshell given how the fitting out of a yacht’s interior is such big trade. Some of the companies exhibiting in Monaco will include: Guarda Marbles & Stones, Boutsen Design, Crystal Caviar and Club Pierre Brochard.

5 of the Largest Megayachts at The Monaco Yacht Show

The French Riviera is known as the best location to scratch your late summer superyacht itch. But the true 200-foot-long and above megayachts don’t showcase itself to be seen by potential buyers until the Monaco Yacht Show later in the month. It’s only appropriate that some of the world’s largest yachts come to show off in the world’s second smallest country that’s synonymous with luxury as Monaco, is a home to the greatest number of millionaires and billionaires per capita in the world. So here’s a glimpse of the over 500 yachts and countless toys (the whole lot; from personal submarines to fully enclosed “limousine tenders” that allow yacht owners to sail without even feeling like you're on water) that will be showcased between September 28 and October 1.



In 2013, the Solandge was built and launched by the Lurssen shipyard, and it is the largest yacht that will be displayed at the Monaco Yacht Show this year. The interior of this outstanding yacht was designed by Aileen Rodriguez while its exterior was designed by EspenOeino with an offer to true luxury on six extraordinary decks as it was intended to be a home-away-from-home on the high seas.

Solandge is going to be showcased this year again at Monaco after winning the 2014 ‘La Belle ClasseSuperyachts’ Award from the Monaco Yacht Club and ‘Best Exterior’ in the first-ever Monaco Yacht Show Awards. There are a lot of chances that it could still win those same titles this year also.



Silver Fast

The Silver Fast is a 252-foot-long yacht also designed by EspenOeino but with a striking new all dark silver paint and it retains the super-sleek style and unique hull lines of her much-prized predecessors.

She’s also designed to be ultra fuel efficient. Only stopping once to refuel, she recently completed a passage from Australia (where the Silver Yachts shipyard is located) to Europe.



Stella Maris

This 236-foot-long superyacht exterior profile, also designed by EspenOeino. It has continually received wide acclaims and is ever ready for immediate delivery to a buyer who can afford her approximate 85 million dollar price tag. TheStella Maris provides luxurious accommodations for 14 guests and additional accommodations for 19 crew members. Her range is approximately 5,500 nautical miles with a Top speed is 17 knots.




This 239-foot long superyacht, designed by Omega Architects. She has a luxurious accommodation for 12 guests which is spacious and well-equipped. The accommodation includes a large Owner’s suite on her main deck, two double guest staterooms and two twin guest cabins (each with Pullman beds).




This multi-purpose yacht was built and designed by the Piriou Shipyard to be able to carry out extended, long-distance voyages in extremely harsh weather conditions. It’s classed as a “passenger ship” and has been designed to be a clean and environment-friendly as well. A yacht built for an owner who wants to go on adventures (as well as travel in the lap of luxury) with a range of over 15,000 miles.