Monaco Yacht Show

Boats and yachts in Monaco Harbour.

Monaco Yacht Show

Writers, artists and film stars have flocked to the French Riviera for centuries, seduced by the beauty and glamour of this storied stretch of coastline. 

View of Monaco Harbour and the coast with The Maybourne Riviera in the background.

There remains no better way to explore the golden beaches, dramatic coves and illustrious port towns than aboard a magnificent yacht, sailing at leisure from one stunning destination to the next. And the start of your superyacht adventure could begin at the Monaco Yacht Show, where experts from shipyards and designers to brokers and craftsmen are there to help you find your next charter or purchase.

With a rich history since its inception in 1991, it comes as no surprise that the Monaco Yacht Show is one of the most celebrated events in the international yachting calendar. In September, the iconic Port Hercule in Monaco will once again be lined with exquisite yachts and superyachts, inviting those with an eye for detail and penchant for luxury, to peruse and gather inspiration for their future nautical investment.

Two yachts on the sea with the sun above.

The Monaco Yacht Show is highly lauded for the exceptional quality of superyachts on display, whose grandiose stature is matched only by their impressive length. With more than 100 boats to see and 40 new models unveiled to the public for the first time, the fleet boasts an average length of 50m, with mega yachts exceeding the impressive 100m mark. 

View on Monaco, Yachts and the sea as seen from above.

Alongside the plethora of yachts and superyachts to explore, there are plenty of talks and exclusive events to revel in. For a break from the humdrum of the marina, take a gentle stroll along the cobbled streets of the Old Town, and marvel at the breathtaking views across the city and the Mediterranean from The Rock of Monaco – gazing upon the visual splendour of Port Hercule and her awe inspiring superyachts from a great height.

Monaco Yacht Show will take place from 25 to 28 September 2024. To find out more and arrange your visit, ask our concierge or visit the website.

View of boats in the Monaco Harbour