02 November 2020
Monte Carlo Yachts debuted the MCY 76 Skylounge at the 61st annual edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The latest model features an enclosed flybridge with multiple exterior areas and a versatile layout. Nuvolari Lenard designed the exterior lines, and his style is evident in the wide windows and the enlarged iconic portholes.
According to Monte Carlo Yachts, the MCY 75 was conceived for those who love to “cruise in comfort all year round” and this second model of the Skylounge Collection combines a “sophisticated design with leading-edge technologies.”
Its spacious enclosed flybridge offers 360-degree sea views. Incorporating the sole, fully equipped helm station, the flybridge becomes a second saloon with a large, customisable entertainment area.
The whole enclosed flybridge structure is made in carbon fibre engineered in accordance with the overall displacement and stability of the yacht.
The MCY 76 Skylounge model can reach a top speed up to 30 knots, providing a balance between speed and consumptions.
The main deck saloon presents a flexible layout, featuring a combination of comfortable sofas and a large dining location that can be rearranged according to the owner’s taste.
With plenty of space available, this area offers different storage solutions and liveable areas.
On the lower deck, the MCY 76 Skylounge offers accommodation for up to eight guests: a full-beam owner cabin, a spacious VIP cabin and two comfortable guest cabins, each with a dedicated ensuite bathroom.
The MCY 76 Skylounge’s large engine room can be arranged to include a garage tender or large storage and beach area.