Monaco Yacht Show is held annually in September in the heart of the Principality of Monaco, bringing together designers, shipyards, brokers, nautical equipment manufacturers and other premium suppliers from the international luxury yachting sector.
The show will be held from 26 to 29 September 2018, and in its 28th year is promising to be bigger and better than ever with more luxury superyachts (for charter and sale), designers and yacht builders exhibiting. As Gaëlle Tallarida – General Manager of Monaco Yacht Show – confirms, “the Monaco Yacht Show has a worldwide reputation for the exceptional quality of the collection of superyachts on display each year that average close to 50 metres overall.
About sixty of the yachts exhibited are less than two years old.”
The Monaco Yacht Show 2018 will feature around 125 superyachts on display (over 2.5 billion in value) with 40 of them being brand new and on their public debut.
Here are some key statistics for the Monaco Yacht Show 2018:
- 580 Exhibitors
- 42,000 square meters of exhibition space
- 34,000 participants expected
- 67 shipyards
- 22 brokerage agencies
- 26 refit yards
Getting to the show
From Nice, France : A8 motorway, exit 56 (Monaco).
From Italy : A8 motorway, exit 58 (Roquebrune Cap Martin).
Monacair operates the schedule route Monaco-Nice-Monaco providing regular flights every 30 mins.
Flying time 7 minutes.
A private shuttle will bring you comfortably to any place of your choice in Monaco.
Private flights to Portofino, Imperia, Viareggio, Livorno, La Spezia, la Ciotat, Cannes, St Tropez and many others available on request.
First flight from Nice at 8.45 and last flight at 19.15.
First flight from Monaco at 8.30 and last flight at 19.00pm.
Monaco Yacht Show Negotiated Rates (all airport taxes incl.):
Nice – Monaco €130 / Monaco – Nice €130 / Round trip ticket €250.