How to Find the Latest Toys & Tenders at the MYS 2017

By Ben Roberts

A new section dedicated to Tenders & Toys has been introduced to the Monaco Yacht Show, bringing the trendiest, fastest and latest prototypes from across the superyacht industry to the docks of Port Hercules (September 27th).

As part of the ongoing evolution of the superyacht exhibition, the Tenders & Toys zone of the Monaco Yacht Show will be located on the Quai Albert ler and will bring a new edge to next week’s showcase.

Over 15 tenders on two sites - by both the HISWA Pavilion and the Car Deck - will act as the platform for a new initiative offering an insight into the fascinating world of top-speed, deep-diving and high-flying innovations to enhance the superyacht experience.

With a wealth of large yachts, new explorers and support yachts on display, this is an incredibly relevant reflection of the demand underway across the superyacht industry.

Part of the new debuts joining the 45 latest launches on display will be the Mazu Thirtyeight, a 12-metre open launch, the Gozzo model from Apreamare, the 17-metre Maori tender and a brand-new Compass tender set to be revealed at the show. 

All of this is set to come to light alongside a big reveal from Pascoe International which we’re looking forward to bringing you more on, as and when we can.

The fun-time toys on show include a sea-kart, the new all-carbon version of which will be unveiled at the MYS, an electric surf board, the Fun Air inflatables and the very first underwater drone; along with a whole range of nautical accessories for fun with friends or family.

The new Tenders & Toys zone will complement the range of tenders exhibited for some years already at the Monaco Yacht Show.

Visitors can see another 21 tenders afloat on the Quai Jarlan, a private submarine by U-Boat Worx in the Darse Sud Plongeur zone or that of the American manufacturer Triton displayed at the entrance to the Parvis Piscine tent.

And of course, two helicopters, the Agusta AW 169 by Leonardo (Tenders & Toys) and Bell Helicopter’s Bell 429 (entrance to the Parvis Piscine tent). We'll be bringing you insights from across the superyacht showcase, alongside exclusive insights and interviews from the heart of the superyacht industry.

By Ben Roberts