The Show Goes On In Monaco
Trav Buzz News, 26 July 2021
With 2 months to go before the opening of the 2021 edition, the Monaco Yacht Show is fine-tuning its brand-new format dedicated to superyacht end users. The show will be set in a safe environment, with the participation of major players from across the industry.
The prestigious Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) is back with their 2021 edition, from 22 to 25 September, targeting a new superyacht clientele, the show looks set to be more prestigious than ever before.
After its postponement last year, the organisers have worked with the yachting industry to put on an even more spectacular show this year. The show will be focusing on offering superyacht’s end clientele a positively upmarket visiting experience. The organisers of the MYS have presently confirmed that 300 exhibitors will be participating. They have also announced that nearly 60 superyachts will be exhibited, including 40 brand-new launches by some of the most famous shipyards.
The new Dockside Area, a part of the exhibition dedicated to companies directly linked with the construction or management of superyachts and tenders, will therefore be exclusively open on 22 September. The Dockside Area fits in perfectly with the way Monaco’s Port Hercule is divided up for the show: for several years now, each area of the exhibition has featured its own theme in order to better meet the visitors’ expectations.
A More Varied Exhibition
This year, visitors will be treated to two new exhibitions: the first is dedicated to sailing boats, held on Quai l’Hirondelle where several crafts will be moored opposite the stands representing their respective shipyards, designers and specialist equipment manufacturers.
In addition to the show’s historic Designer Gallery, the MYS will feature a Yacht Design & Innovation Hub: a new space for the presentation of yacht design projects where visitors can also interact with designers.
These two areas perfectly complement the luxury tender and water toys exhibitions at Tender & Toys, in addition to luxury cars at the Car Deck, luxury products, nautical equipment manufacturers and the latest tech releases.
General Manager of the exhibition Gaëlle Tallarida stated: “We are following the evolution of the pandemic very closely, as well as the sanitary constraints applied in each of our visitors’ home countries. As organisers of the exhibition, our responsibility is to ensure safe and healthy conditions for each visitor, exhibitor, service provider and member of staff. The MYS will therefore be following the health measures initiated by the Principality’s government, as well as the “All Secure” health security programme, which is mandatory for all Informa Group events.”
Monaco Yacht Show 2021 will be “Covid-safe”!
An anti-Covid sanitary protocol will be respected throughout the entire show, from the first day of preparations to the dismantling of the last stand and, of course, during the 4 days of the show.
Sanitary measures at the MYS: https://www.monacoyachtshow.com/en/sanitary-measures
The pandemic has nevertheless brought about societal upheaval and direct changes to the way we live. Today more than ever, people want to enjoy life and get back to basics: true human relationships. This is especially true in a world as demanding and exhilarating as superyachting.
In the end, yachting is all about emotions and senses: you need to see the yacht, touch the noble materials from which it has been crafted, picture all the great times you could share on board, feel safe and at home with your family and more.