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The best yachts for sale & charter at the Monaco Yacht Show

The Monaco Yacht Show 2021 swings into action September 22, offering yachting enthusiasts four days of action-packed fun. Held annually at Monaco’s iconic Port Hercules, the Monaco Yacht Show is considered the most prestigious and largest in-water display yacht shows. The show is renowned for showcasing some of the most exciting new yachts to market, as well as the most luxurious yachts for sale and charter. This year’s event is set to showcase some 60 yachts alongside more than 300 exhibitors, including, luxury lifestyle brands and service providers.


If you are planning on attending the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show and want to learn more about some of the yachts on display, then keep on reading. Here we highlight four of the most exciting yachts for sale and charter at the Monaco yacht show.


Monaco yacht show: best yachts for sale & charter


M/Y MIRGAB VI



Built by pedigree Dutch yacht builder Royal Hakvoort Shipyard, this elegant is ready and waiting to explore the world with her new owner. Maintained to the very highest standards, this 48.7-metre yacht is perfect for families or individuals seeking a spacious yacht that offers plenty of room for guests with a rare 7/8 stateroom layout that can accommodate up to 12 guests. M/Y MIRGAB’s voluminous deck space makes her ideal for entertaining, with the main deck opening up onto a large salon with a dining table that can easily accommodate up to 12 guests.


For fun on the water, she boasts plenty of water toys and a tender, while her state-of-the-art cruising technology includes zero-speed stabilisers offering the utmost comfort while at sea. Make sure you take the time to view this spectacular yacht for sale at the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show.


M/Y K2



Launched this year, motor yacht K2 is a head-turning high-performance 49.91-metre yacht ready and waiting to welcome guests seeking to enjoy a stylish luxury crewed yacht charter. Built by Columbus Yachts, this new charter yacht boasts striking lines coupled with a modern, sporty design. She can comfortably accommodate up to 11 guests across five beautifully appointed staterooms, making her the ideal charter yacht for families seeking an incredible vacation at sea. Her large selection of water toys, including a jet ski and inflatables, ensures fun for all, while her exceptional exterior deck spaces provide ample space for entertaining. Amongst her many amenities are a large hot tub surrounded by sun pads, beach club, cinema room and fully equipped gym. This new to the market charter yacht is guaranteed to be one of the highlights at the Monaco Yacht Show.


M/Y ANNA 1



This elegant 67.07-metre yacht for sale and charter was built by esteemed shipbuilder Feadship De Vries – Aalsmeer in 2001, undergoing a complete refit in 2021. Boasting a Micheal Leach exterior and interior design, M/Y ANNA 1 is regarded as one of the finest Feadship yachts on the market. Amongst one of ANNA 1’s most striking features is her owner’s stateroom, which spans two levels offering space and privacy. Her spacious decks offer sunbathing areas and dedicated areas for al fresco dining.



Her superb features include a private helipad, gym, spa with steam room, stabilisers, beach club, and hot tub. Available for viewing at the Monaco Yacht Show, M/Y ANNA 1 is not-to-be-missed.


M/Y SKAT



This iconic 71-metre Lurssen yacht for sale boasts dramatic styling and stylish interiors. A proven ocean-going vessel, her striking design is courtesy of renowned naval architect Espen Oeino. Her sumptuous modern and uncluttered interior offers a home-away-from-home with all the comforts and amenities you would expect at sea, including spacious saloons, six double staterooms, gym, beach club, elevator, helicopter landing pad for an Agusta 109 or EC135, tenders and toys.



With a proven track record in global cruising, M/Y SKAT is the ideal yacht for discerning travellers seeking a vessel to explore the world in style.


Which yacht will you be viewing at the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show?


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