As a follow up to the news Yachts International reported last week of SYBAss (Superyacht Builders Association) and LYBRA (Large Yacht Brokers Association) withdrawing from this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, Informa, the organizers of the Show have confirmed that the show will go ahead with several amendments in place.

The Principality of Monaco and Informa confirmed they are working together to deliver an intimate, not-for-profit Monaco Yacht Show in Port Hercule in September 2020, with full details to be announced in the coming weeks. The proposed event will employ the highest standards of hygiene and cleanliness and be dedicated to supporting the speedy recovery of the industry post COVID-19, providing an invaluable platform for designers, brokers, shipyards and other key players within the yachting industry to connect with their customers and share ideas in a safe environment.

Return & Recovery Post Covid-19 Pandemic

As countries and locations around the world gradually relax lockdown restrictions and ease control measures, the superyacht community will be among the many industries, that will seek to return and recover safely and quickly.

With this in mind, The Monaco Yacht Show has been working closely with the Principality of Monaco to determine how best to support the industry in 2020.
This year’s Monaco Yacht Show is scheduled from September. 23-26. The organizers say, “With control measures steadily being relaxed in Monaco, around Europe and internationally, on current course and speed, this should allow for a carefully staged event to still take place this year. Therefore, it is our intention to retain these dates for the 2020 Monaco Yacht Show and work with suppliers and local authorities over the coming weeks to confirm full details.” 





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