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Organisers of the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show have confirmed at least 37 superyachts will make their debut at Port Hercule.

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With one month left until its overdue return, organisers of the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) have stated that an impressively sized fleet of superyachts from globally-renowned brands will be in attendance.

While it’s expected that this list will be longer by the time of the show’s opening of 22 September, as of July, a total of 37 new deliveries will be unveiled at the event – four of which exceeding 70 metres in overall length.

The largest of these confirmations will be Lürssen Yachts’ award-winning, 95-metre Kismet. Organisers have expressed via a press release that the model, designed by Espen Oeino and Reymond Langton, will be exhibited by the US broker Moran Yacht & Ship and will feature a selling price of €169 million (AU$272,544,610).

Coming in second and third, respectively, will be 94-metre hybrid Viva, built by the Dutch shipyard Feadship, and the Bilgin Yachts’ 80-metre Tatiana – the first of a series of three superyachts under construction by the Turkish builder.

Italian shipyard Rossinavi is also set to display its largest construction, the 70.2-metre ice explorer Polaris.

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Organisers have stated that a varied collection of large yachts will also be displayed, ranging from 22–95 metres.

Also presented will be a collection of luxury catamarans, motoryachts with an average size of 49 metres, and five sailing yachts.

A complete list of models is available to be seen here.

 

monacoyachtshow.com

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