Life on the water is best lived to the full. Whether it’s diving to the depths, clinging on to inflatables for dear life or piloting the new innovations gracing the market, the Monaco Yacht Show has something to offer. We take a look at just some of the toy brands on display from September 28th - October 1st.
The highly advanced personal submersible, U-Boat Worx creates distinctive submarines for personal use or to place in the superyacht garage. Dive below the blue and discover uncharted worlds up to 984 feet (300 metres) in the light and agile Superyacht Sub 3 or an astonishing 5577 feet (1,700 metres) in the rugged C-Researcher 3.
Another example of growing demand in the luxury submersible market is Triton, a submarine builder who create exploration solutions for superyacht owners and researchers alike. Sit in your own glass biome and take the understated design across the deep as you go from the deck to the depths.
Another world-class submersible dubbed the Lear Jet of the oceans, the zero emissions Deepflight Super Falcon was designed for easy use from yacht or shore and can reach depths of four hundred feet (120 metres). Like all DeepFlight submarines, the Super Falcon is positively buoyant, meaning the craft automatically floats to the surface.
Channeling a design which would look at home in a Bond chase scene, the highly-complex Kormaran is a transforming watercraft. Changing even while driving, the K7 provides the best in high-octane formula one capabilities to shifting into your own personal beach platform.
A handheld water revolution, the SeaBob is a must have superyacht toy and a tender garage favourite. The SeaBob F5 S cannon boasts a propulsive force of 680 newtons, taking those holding on to high speeds or glacial glides for speed or discovery across and under of the world’s waters.
Inflatables don’t come much more fun than this, as FunAir creates the ultimate new dimension for superyacht vacations and trips with superyacht slides, climbing walls, loungers and swimming pools.
The Monaco Yacht Show runs from September 28th to October 1st in Port Herclues, offering the best insight into a world of unparalleled luxury with 125 superyachts in the port and even more at anchor in Monaco Bay.