Stockinger to Showcase New Luxury Safes at Monaco Yacht Show

By Paul Joseph

The Monaco Yacht Show has always been more than a beauty parade for boats – it’s also a chance for yacht accessories companies to showcase their wares in front of a captive audience of yacht owners, charterers, enthusiasts, industry insiders and global media.

Among the companies attending the 2018 edition of the prestigious event, which kicks off this week, will be German bespoke safe makers Stockinger. And coming along for the ride will be several of the brand’s flagship products, including the new Cube Azure & Rose Gold safe and the Hotel Safe II 3V, both of which will be making their debut at the show.

Combining timeless design with effortless security, both safes have been created to sit in perfect aesthetic harmony with anywhere from a design-oriented hotel interior, superyacht or private home.

Awash with bespoke interiors and covered in the very finest Stockinger Suede, the new safes offer generous space for items such as documents, personal valuables and up to three precision watch winders.

Also on display in Monaco will be the Ming, a state-of-the-art wireless alert system that ensures personal assistance is only ever a discreet call away, immediately summoning your captain or steward / butler without having to interrupt your conversation or meal. As well as being ideal for superyachts, it can also be housed in residential properties, private island resorts, executive boardrooms, exclusive restaurants and other venues that demand the upmost in security.

As with all Stockinger products, each safe being showcased in Monaco will take great pride in their “Made in German” label, meshing beautiful design with flawless functionality.

The Cube Azure & Rose Gold safe, Hotel Safe II 3V and Ming steward call system will be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show from 26-29 September at the MYS Breaking News Center, Quai Antoine 1er, Stand QA1.

For more information about Stockinger products, visit Additionally, if you have any personal security consulting needs, you can contact Stockinger’s CEO Matthias Fitzthum at [email protected].

By Paul Joseph