Monte Carlo Yachts expands Skylounge Collection
Like the MCY 70 Skylounge, the MCY 76 Skylounge has an enclosed flybridge containing the sole helm station, with the main and upper decks available in a variety of layouts.
Monte Carlo Yachts has launched the new MCY 76 Skylounge, the second model of the Skylounge Collection, following the presentation of the MCY 70 version at the Miami Yacht Show in February.
Conceived for owners wishing to be able to use each deck all year round, the Skylounge Collection designed by Nuvolari Lenard offers an enclosed flybridge made of carbon-fibre that houses the yacht’s sole helm station, so creating more social space on the main deck.
Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard said: “Volumes, light and harmony are the hallmark of the MCY 76 Skylounge. We worked on designing a boat able to offer a new cruising experience with extreme levels of comfort and safety on board, to be enjoyed all year round.
“We are proud to say that the new MCY model perfectly matches these ambitious goals, representing the right place for those looking to escape for unique and exclusive moments.”
On unit one, the enclosed flybridge features a sofa to port and a long desk to starboard, a twin-seat helm station forward, plus large, openable skylights. Aft is an outdoor social area with wet bar and grill to starboard.
Other outdoor areas include the wide, versatile foredeck, which has sun pads and dining tables, and the spacious aft cockpit, offering a covered area for al fresco dining.
On the main deck, the first unit features the galley aft, saloon and a raised dining area forward, although another layout option features the galley forward, with dining room midships and saloon aft. Forward, an internal staircase in steel and wood leads to the enclosed flybridge.
The interior decor is composed by bright lacquered panels and warm natural maple wood surfaces, enriched by chromed details and reflective materials.
Sergio Loiacono, Monte Carlo Yachts’ Sales and Marketing Director, said: “The levels of comfort and privacy on board the new MCY 76 Skylounge are maximised, thanks to the versatile layouts and the different possible uses of both the main deck and the upper-deck saloon.
“With the second model of the Skylounge Collection, we are continuing our path of innovation, introducing a new concept of onboard experience, able to match the desires of freedom and well-being of owners worldwide.”
On the lower deck, the MCY 76 Skylounge offers accommodation for up to eight in a full-beam owner cabin, a VIP cabin and two guest cabins, each one with an ensuite bathroom.
Aft, the spacious full-headroom crew quarters are also customisable, with the option of up to two crew cabins or a combination of one spacious cabin with a galley and dinette in lieu of a second cabin.