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Porto Montenegro, the marina firmly establishing itself as homeport of choice in the Central Mediterranean, returns from the Covid-19 disruption with an active calendar. Montenegro has recently re-opened its borders and removed quarantine periods for incoming yachts, and Porto Montenegro has much in store to keep yachting professionals entertained.
In a time of severe industry upheaval, it is heartening to hear news of positivity and strength from one enduring shipyard at the centre of stylish Italian build. We caught up with Fabrizio Iarrera, Managing Director of Monte Carlo Yachts, to discuss everything the accomplished yard has achieved this year with the debut of the MCY Skylounge Collection, and look ahead at what is still in store for 2020.
On the final day of the Monaco Yacht Show we were joined by Nick Stratton and Mike Simpson of Simpson Marine, a well-established brokerage with 35 years of experience servicing the Asia market. Considering the recent and increasing interest in Asia as an emerging market, it was not long before talk turned to the region and its opportunities for the superyacht industry.
Reflecting on a busy year and an exciting future for MonteCarlo Yachts, CEO Fabrizio Iarrera took to the superyachts.com Breaking News Centre to speak about a new generation of yachts to come from the Italian builder and the new offices which have opened in Porto Montenegro.
Porto Montenegro has announced the opening of new offices for prominent industry names, including Monte Carlo Yachts and Beneteau. The Marina is well-established as a central Mediterranean yachting paradise; its state of the art facilities in the vibrant Boka Bay attract a dynamic crowd all year round. The new opening is a sign that this luxury homeport continues to grow in stature, appealing to giants in the industry.
The Superyachts.com team has returned from the decks of the Arsenale, which has just played host to the much-anticipated Salone Nautico Venezia for the first time, to confirm that the show has been without doubt a resounding success.
Monte Carlo Yachts has a new vision, and the latest in a spate of achievements to come out of the shipyard is the brand new MCY 66. Embodying the rejuvenated direction of the brand, the shipyard is pleased to share a preview of the second model of the new line.
CNB Yachts have announced that their sailing yachts will be constructed at Monte Carlo Yachts’ motor yacht building facility in Monfalcone. The Italian site will take on the production for CNB’s monohull units starting from September of this year.
This Thursday, the doors of Singapore Yacht Show open to the public. We speak to Group General Manager of Simpson Marine, Richard Allen, to discuss the vessels represented in Singapore by the brokerage, who will be the biggest exhibitor at the show.
Simpson Marine’s Thailand division has announced the recent arrival of the brand new Monte Carlo Yachts 96 to Pattaya, Thailand. The yacht, which is the first MCY 96 in Asia, will now be based at Ocean Marina Pattaya. Simpson Marine concluded the sale of the yacht to a Thailand-based repeat Monte Carlo Yachts client prior to her official launch in January 2017.
The two creatives behind the Venetian design studio, Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard are known for drawing the lines of some of the largest superyachts in the water. Now, with the launch of their new 96 foot motor yacht, we take a look at bringing superyacht style to the smaller end of the spectrum.
Simpson Marine announces the first Asian sale of Monte Carlo Yacht’s 96 to Thailand, the first sale of this new model to the Asian market marking a celebratory breakthrough that promises an exciting future.
Monte Carlo Yachts has announced the development of the new MCY 96, a yacht on the edge of 30-metres that both furthers the MCY "Future Classic" design philosophy and boosts the company's fleet through a unique vessel with superyacht scope and defining traits.