Organisers of the Monaco Yacht Show have announced the fleet of large sailing yachts that goes on display at Port Hercule this September.
Attendees to the show can view multi-awarded sailing yachts, classic schooners or sloops and high-performance and modern-designed sailing vessels.
Among the 10 units on display at the show’s Sailing Yacht Area, four are new launches for Monaco: ClubSwan 80 (27.7m) and Swan 98 (31.05m) by the Finnish builder Nautor’s Swan, Sorvind (34.59m) by Southern Wind shipyard; and the eco-friendly sailing catamaran Sunreef 80 Eco (24m) by Sunreef that will join the fleet.
For the 2022 edition of the show, the Sailing Yacht Area has relocated to the inside area of Quai l’Hirondelle at Port Hercule. On stands, visitors will also meet up with a selection of builders, designers or equipment manufacturers specialising in sailing yachts.
The full fleet of large sailing yachts appearing at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show:
80 Sunreef Eco by Sunreef
Advanced 80 by Advanced Yachts
Blush by Perini Navi (exhibited by Camper & Nicholsons International)
Borkumriff IV by Royal Huisman (exhibited by Camper & Nicholsons International)
ClubSwan 80 by Nautor’s Swan
Perseverance 1 by Baltic Yachts
Sorvind by Southern Wind Shipyard
State of Grace by Perini Navi (exhibited by Edmiston)
Swan 98 by Nautor’s Swan
Twizzle by Royal Huisman (exhibited by Edmiston)
Exhibitors at the Sailing Yacht Area:
Baltic Yachts, Doyle Sails, Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design, Nautor’s Swan, North Sails, Southern Spars, Southern Wind.
The Monaco Yacht Show 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 event is divided into two main exhibition areas: afloat and on the quayside.
Over 100 superyachts and 50 luxury tenders will be displayed by the most renowned builders and brokers in the market.
This year’s event also features a new Sustainability Hub, to highlight companies specialising in technologies to reduce the environmental footprint of superyachts.