With a record attendance of 33,000 participants in 2012, the MYS is the unique occasion in the year to meet the top managers of yachting companies and discover the latest high technology nautical products and luxury yachting services. SYT editor Maarten shares his 'Must-See' shortlist of yachts at the show.
The 60 metre Amels Event. Berth: T06
The avant-garde Amels 60-metre designed by Tim Heywood, Event, will make her world premier at the Monaco Yacht Show this September. The yacht will be on display in cooperation with Imperial who are responsible for the charter management.
Heesen's 65 metre Galactica Star. Berth E01
With her revolutionary hull form Galactica Star is capable of reducing her impact on the environment by up to 30 per cent. And with a remarkable top speed of 28,8 knots, she is not only fuel efficient but extremely fast for a yacht of her size.
The 86 metre Lürssen Quattroelle. Berth R01
Quattroelle is the first Lürssen yacht designed by Nuvolari-Lenard, who were responsible for the exterior as well for the interior design. She is a successful combination of elegance and sporty and she looks well on her way to become a Classic.
The 48.40 metre sloop Nativa. Berth T36
The Venice based shipyard Arzana Navi is showing their first superyacht, the 48.40 metre sloop Nativa. This powerful sloop has been designed by the renowned Bill Tripp for high performance world cruising.
The 60 metre Perini Navi Seahawk. Berth T07
Seahawk is the first yacht in Perini's new generation 60 m series. This new series of sailing yachts has innovative hull lines and technologies that will enhance speed and performances, without compromising the comfort and spaces, both onboard hallmarks of the Perini Navi brands.
The 55 metre superyacht Lady Candy. Berth E05
Benetti hull number FB260 was designed by Paul Brackley of Central Yacht, who told us “Lady Candy was conceived as a true superlative charter yacht, making her the perfect home away from home”.
The 80 metre CRN Chopi Chopi. Berth N10
Chopi Chopi features exterior design by Zuccon International Project, who worked in close collaboration with the CRN Technical Office. Chopi Chopi features an interior by Laura Sessa Romboli who worked closely with the CRN Centro Stile.
The 73 metre Dunya Red Square. Berth T03
Red Square accommodates 12 guests in a master and five double cabins. She features exterior design by Sterling Scott and a beach house-style interior by the legendary late designer Alberto Pinto that contrasts natural woods and luxurious flourishes.
Palmer Johnson's 65 metre Lady M
Designed by Nuvolari & Lenard and built under the supervision of the Moran Yacht & Ship new construction team, Lady M is the largest Palmer Johnson ever built and is the first of the PJ210 Sport Yacht Series.
The Columbus 40M Sport Hybrid. Berth E14
The all-aluminium 40 metre semi-displacement superyacht Columbus 40M Sport Hybrid is designed by Sergio Cutolo of Hydro Tec Naval Architecture, and features a diesel electric hybrid propulsion system, with the intention of having a minimal impact on the environment.
The 55 metre Feadship Issana. Berth T02
Issana is a twin screw motoryacht with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Her interior typifies the 21st century Feadship philosophy - modern but not uncomfortably so. It is a resolutely contemporary, yet warm and rich interior.
The Admiral Impero 40 metre. Berth T33
This 40 metre semi-displacement aluminium yacht of the Impero line, is designed by the naval architect Luca Dini in cooperation with the Yard's Style Center. Her innovative lines, her vertical bow and her very voluminous interiors (470 GT) give Cacos V a very strong personality. The interior features dark oak and polished Makassar, silk carpets, leather and Makassar ceilings.