The Monaco Yacht Show remains the most anticipated event of the yachting calendar. Having now closed its doors on the 31st edition and preparing for its 32nd, the show continues to evolve and excite its thousands of attendees.

Last year's show was bigger and better than ever after being fuelled by a number of exciting changes, from an all-new Adventure Area to a never-before-seen Sustainability Hub; the first of its kind ever seen at the show.

The Hub was created as part of the show's eco-friendly approach which was first initiated in 2005, serving as an educational and networking epicentre to raise awareness on environmental issues within the Monegasque and international yachting community.

The new Adventure Area displayed a range of day-trip and sports tenders, luxury and off-road vehicles, water toys, high-tech gadgets, helicopters and tailor-made programmes to explore the planet’s most remote destinations.

The star-studded guests of the show include the world's largest and most exciting superyachts, the biggest builders in the industry, as well as renowned designers, naval architects and refit yards. will as usual be conducting interviews with leading industry figureheads in our established Breaking News Centre, discussing some of the most topical themes of the year, from new launches to concepts.

Port Hercule will play host to a range of more than 120 superyachts, as well as numerous tenders and toys. The event will also see the presentation of the prestigious Monaco Yacht Show Awards.

The principality of Monaco is any yacht enthusiast’s paradise at the best of times, but the famous yacht show in particular is the pièce de résistance in the 2023 calendar that is certainly not to be missed.