Monaco Yacht Show presents new layout for 28th edition

Monaco Yacht Show organisers have announced a new layout for the 2018 show. which will host 120 outstanding superyachts, including 40 exciting international debuts.

In a recent release, organisers shared that they will take advantage of the Principality’s restructuring of Quai des Etats-Unis in Port Hercules to improve visitor experience. 

Taking place between 26th and 29th September 2018, attendees will find that the extension of T Central dock has been removed to make space for a brand new 240-metre quay on the northern side of the show. 

The exhibition will be dedicated to the superyacht lifestyle. As such, priority presence will be given to yacht designers, builders and brokerage houses in front of their superyachts on display for sale or charter. This will mark “a logical evolution towards a thematic exhibition per area.” 

Luxury manufacturers and top-of-the-range service suppliers will showcase offerings in the Parvis Piscine tent, while in the Darse Sud tent and on Quai Albert 1er, visitors will find most of the show’s nautical suppliers.

Quai Jarlan will be the site of part of the Tenders & Toys zone, while the display will continue onto Quai Albert 1er. The Car Deck and the Starboard lounge and art exhibition will complete the line up on Quai Albert 1er

Also announced for 2018 is an improved transportation network to ensure access to all show areas. Shuttle boats will serve the main quays, including the new jetty. Electric golf carts will also shuttle from Quai Albert 1er to the Quai Albert 1er tent, which will be more centralised.

Floating pedestrian access will continue to link T Central to Quai Albert 1er  for the third consecutive year, while outside the show venue, Monaco Yacht Show has renewed its partnership with the Monaco Bus Company, so all participants can use any bus for free during the show.

Yachting Pages Media Group will once again be in attendance at the 2018 show, hosting the Yachting Pages Terrace at Stars ‘N’ Bars next to the new entrance on Quai Albert 1er.

For more information, visit Monaco Yacht Show.

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