From September 22 to 25, Monaco’s Port Hercule will host the supportive yachting industry, that has been actively involved in the revamp of the show to offer the utmost superyacht lifestyle experience for the new generation of yachting enthusiasts.
The Monaco Yacht Show 2021 will return to the quays of Port Hercule and will unveil another outstanding fleet of superyachts on display for purchase or charter by the leading names in the yachting industry.
Superyachts and megayachts from 22 to 95 metres: 37 new deliveries will make their world debut. 49 metres of average length.
The megayacht Viva, from the Dutch shipyard Feadship, is announced as the largest new build of the 2021 edition with her impressive 94 metres and – key environmental feature – her hybrid propulsion system, as required by her owner.
The MYS 2021 will also display Tatiana by Bilgin Yachts (80 metres). The project is as simple as audacious: Tatiana is the first of a series of 3 super yachts under construction, which characterizes the Turkish builder’s ambition to join the world’s elite of yacht builders.
Rossinavi will exhibit the largest construction in its history with ice explorer Polaris, ice explorer of 70.2 metres. The Italian large vessel is aptly named, as she can travel all seas, even in the most extreme polar regions.
These launches will join the 9 megayachts over 70m that will be showcased this year.
For the moment, it is Kismet (95m, 2014, Lürssen) that will be the largest megayacht on exhibit at the 2021 MYS. The award-winning megayacht designed by Espen Oeino (exterior) and Reymond Langton (interior), will be exhibited by the US broker Moran Yacht & Ship with a selling price of €169 million.
A range of superyachts for all tastes
Private owners wishing to change their yachts – or to purchase a new one -, charterers or new hedonists tempted by a first superyacht experience, all will be seduced by the varied collection of large yachts on display in Port Hercule this year: vessels ranging from 22 to 95 metres, among which a luxury catamaran, five sailing yachts (exhibited in the brand new “Sailing Yacht Area” on Quai l’Hirondelle) and a wide selection of motoryachts with an average size of 49 metres.
TATIANA superyacht by Bilgin Yachts
Bilgin Yachts has its crown jewel Tatiana’s world debut during the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show. Followed by two sister-ships in line, Tatiana has a 80-meter length which makes her the largest superyacht ever-built in Turkey. Aggressive and sleek are the right words to describe her exterior lines and naval architecture designed by Unique Yacht Design and interiors by H2 Yacht Design. Having accommodation for up to 16 guests in eight cabins comprising the owner’s suits, she reaches top speeds of 19 knots and has cruising speed at 12 knots with the power of 2,560 kW twin engines and a generator.
SKAT yacht by Lurssen
Introducing the iconic 71m/233’ Lurssen SKAT: a combination of dramatic styling and total honesty. As striking today as when she was delivered, SKAT was beautifully built at Lürssen and has since served her original owner in worldwide cruising. SKAT presents incredible exterior spaces, and significant natural interior light due to an unmatched number of windows, and an overhanging conservatory. There is an elevator servicing all 4 decks and a well-proven helicopter landing pad for an EC135 or Agusta 109.