€2.7 billion worth of superyachts at the MYS 2016

Written by Gemma Fottles

With one of the most important events in the yachting calendar kicking off in just a couple of days time, SuperYacht iQ, the official superyacht data and intelligence partner of the Monaco Yacht Show, can reveal that the combined value of the superyachts on display this year is more than a staggering €2.7 billion.

SuperYacht iQ can also reveal that the average volume of the 125 yachts on display is 530 gross tonnage, with the average length coming in at 45.86 metres. The average age of the vessels at this years’ Show is six years old, with a record-breaking total of 46 new superyachts to be officially revealed throughout the duration of the event.

SuperYacht iQ - who is also the provider of superyacht intelligence to the Superyacht Builders Association (SYBass) - is also excited to announce that the inaugural SuperYacht iQ Market Report 2016 was published last week. Providing comprehensive answers to some of the most important questions the industry's decision makers have to ask, the Report is the result of years of extensive research.

Order your copy here now ahead of the Show. To hear more about the Report and SuperYacht iQ at the Monaco Yacht Show this week, contact SuperYacht Company Director, Merijn de Waard, or Sales Director, Eddie Kloosterman, directly at [email protected] or [email protected].

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