This year’s Monaco Yacht Show is set to be the biggest event since its inception in 1991. Taking place at the end of September, this year’s show will feature no fewer than 118 superyachts.
At this time of year, Monaco welcomes a host of public figures, media moguls, investors and royalty as the show provides the perfect backdrop for networking and business deals.
During the show, attendees from across the French Riviera and internationally spend several days in Monaco, which provides local businesses in the South of France a revenue boost. It’s also the perfect occasion for buyers in the real estate market to search for Monaco properties during their visit.
Not only is the Monaco Yacht Show hosting a number of exclusive events, but every year, the yachting industry organizes conferences with attendees to discuss issues affecting yachting professionals around the world. The Professional Yachting Association, based in Antibes, will attend this year’s event, launching their annual Sea Changes Forum, a discussion that invites leading voices to talk about yacht industry issues.
From manufacturers to naval architects, yacht captains and shipbuilders, the event brings together key decision makers that are shaping the future of the industry – providing an important backdrop to build consensus on important issues from recruitment to technological innovation.
On the agenda this year is the Show’s focus on its Carbon Neutrality Transition Plan, which aims to get commitments of sustainability in yachting. The Monaco Yacht Show confirmed in a statement earlier this year that it would aim to reduce its footprint by 60% by 2025 as part of its efforts to align with the principality’s low-carbon goals.
Will you be attending the Monaco Yacht Show in September?