Monaco Yacht Show line-up emerges
The show organiser has shared over 50 confirmed superyachts, with more than 100 expected for the September 28-October 1 event at Port Hercule.
Monaco Yacht Show
Monaco Yacht Show organisers have revealed the list of superyachts already confirmed for the 2022 edition of the show, which will be held at Port Hercule from September 28-October 1. The list of exhibiting yachts is regularly updated at https://www.monacoyachtshow.com/en/superyachts.
As of August 8, there were 55 yachts including over 30 new builds (2022), with organisers expecting the number to rise to over 100. “Brokers are used to confirming the participation of their superyachts available for purchase or charter a few weeks before the show opening,” organisers stated.
The 115m Ahpo by Lürssen; Photos: Guillaume Plisson
Reviewed in YACHT STYLE Issue 66, the 115m Ahpo by Lürssen is confirmed as the show’s largest yacht, while Benetti’s 65m Triumph, CRN’s 62m Rio, the Amels 60 Come Together (2022) and the 60m Heesen Lusine will all be making their world premieres at Port Hercule after being delivered this year.
The 68m Soaring (2020) by Abeking & Rasmussen is among other big yachts, while the 65m Feadship Callisto (2006) and 54.6m Forever One by Isa are two of the yachts shown by Camper & Nicholsons.
Azimut’s Grande 36 Metri
New models include Benetti’s first B.Now 37M (Goga) and first B.Now 50M (Iryna), and the Azimut Grande 36 Metri, which will show alongside the builder’s 38m flagship Grande Trideck.
New Ferretti Group models include the first Custom Line 140’ and Riva 102’ Corsaro Super, which will both debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival earlier in September. A wallywhy200 will also be on show, while the Gulf Craft Majesty 120 Rocket One will also appear at Cannes before showing at Monaco.
The Custom Line 140’
The new ClubSwan 80 and a Swan 98 are among sailing yachts on display, while others include the 35.8 Perseverance 1 (2022) by Baltic Yachts and the 34.6m Sorvind (2022) by Southern Wind. Camper & Nicholsons’ display includes the 45m Blush (2007) by Perini Navi and 50.8m Borkumriff IV (2002) by Royal Huisman, also builder of the 57.5m Twizzle (2010) exhibited by Edmiston.
The MYS website also includes the list of tenders, with organisers expecting about 50 at the show. While the tenders are now part of the new Adventure Area exhibition, they will continue to be exhibited at Quai Jarlan and Quai Antoine 1er.
Monaco Yacht Show
The show recently announced watchmaker Richard Mille as a new sponsor in a multi-year partnership. Gaëlle Tallarida, Managing Director of Monaco Yacht Show, said: “We are delighted to welcome Richard Mille as an official sponsor of the Monaco Yacht Show, starting 2022.
“This long-term contract reflects our shared commitment towards building a solid, trusting and long-lasting relationship between our two brands. We intend to accompany our customers on a journey filled with ultra-luxurious experiences, by immersing them in the world of yachting and by helping them discover Richard Mille’s characteristic avant-garde approach to luxury watchmaking.”