Monaco Yacht Show
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The Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) is an annual international show dedicated to the world of superyachts.
Inaugurated in 1991, the show is held over four days in late September in the Port Hercule of Monaco.
The MYS is divided into two main exhibition areas: afloat and on the quayside. Afloat, +100 superyachts and +50 luxury tenders are displayed by the most renowned builders and brokers in the market.
450 hand-picked companies, representing excellence and innovation in yachting, exhibit on the quayside: designers and naval architects, yacht suppliers and service providers or manufacturers of tenders and nautical gadgets.
In recent years, the show has extended its exhibition offer to the ultra-high-end markets intrinsically linked to the art of living superyachting by showcasing luxury products, cars and motorcycles and also helicopters or private jet manufacturers.
The Monaco Yacht Show is world-renowned for the exceptional quality of its superyachts and their impressive length: among the +100 units on display, +40 new models are unveiled as world premieres each year. The fleet has an average length of 50m and mega yachts exceeding 100m. The show has become an emblematic event for private visitors who come to discover an outstanding concentration of superyachts available for purchase or charter and to meet the industry experts in the festive and glamorous atmosphere of the Principality of Monaco. The Monaco Yacht Show is organised under the High Patronage of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco.
The MYS takes place from Wednesday September 22 to Saturday September 25, 2021.
Wednesday Sept 22: 10am - 6:30pm (access by invitation only)
Thursday 23 and Friday 24 Sept: 10am - 6:30pm (open to all)
Saturday Sept. 25: 10 am - 6 pm (open to all)
Access to the show is allowed until 30mn before closing time.
3 public entrances: Quai Antoine Ier, Parvis Piscine (Boulevard Albert Ier) and Quai Louis II.
2 VIP entrances (dedicated to Discover badges): Quai Albert Ier and Quai des Etats-Unis.