Toy, Tenders and Vehicles Available at MYS '21

By Freya Cottrell

With less than three weeks until Monaco welcomes visitors to the most distinguished yacht show in the world, Monaco Yacht Show has opened the lid on its 2021 luxury exhibitions. Alongside the abundance of superyacht opulence on display in Port Hercules, aficionados of the luxury world will be treated to the bespoke selections of toys, tenders and automobiles that are being made available at this year's show. 

Monaco Yacht Show have pulled out all the stops with their luxury exhibitors  joining their 2021 show. Along with the show's brand new dedicated sailing section  more than fifty superyacht tenders are being made available for visitors this year, making it even easier to match the perfect model to any individual lifestyle. From high-speed adventure to cruising family day trips, there is a tender at Monaco Yacht Show for everyone. Just a few that are on display this year are: 43Wallytender X, Anvera 42 and Black Shiver 140. 

To help keep families and friends entertained on charter, Monaco Yacht Show is also exhibiting a number of superyacht toys this year. The latest and greatest trends in water toys can be found on display along Quai Antione 1er with more exhibits on the quayside and in the water. Wajer Yachts and Belassi Marine Hypercraft are just two of the many companies displaying their superyacht toys.

More than thirty vintage and customised cars, plus a large selection of bespoke motorbikes, will be on display on the car deck. As a VIP guest there is the opportunity to test-drive a number of the vehicles and potential buyers can view this collection of bold, niche brands - favoured by automobile collectors the world-over -  which will be made available for purchase at this year’s show.

The Car Deck is located on Quai Antoine 1er adjacent to the exhibition area for luxury tenders and water toys. The MYS showcases a unique selection of companies within the yachting and luxury markets: superyacht builders, designers, yacht brokers, nautical gadgets and water toys, luxury brands, high-end cars and motorbikes, helicopters and private jets.

By Freya Cottrell