Mooring at MYS

The Monaco Yacht Show has released the list of superyachts that will attend the 32nd edition, running from 27 to 30 September 2023.

Photography by Monaco Yacht Show

26 July 2023


According to the list, which is still growing, there will be more than 120 superyachts on show at the marina of Port Hercule at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show (MYS).

Brands exhibiting at this year’s MYS include Lürssen, featuring 97.2-metre Carinthia VII and 95.2-metre Kismet, Custom Line by Ferretti Group, with 140’ and Navetta 42, Conrad Shipyards with the award-winning 44.27-metre ACE, Amels with 60-metre Entourage, Baglietto with 52.32-metre T52 and 40.6-metre Lee.

Benetti will display the sensational 49.9-metre FB6060, B.NOW along with 56-metre Galaxy, while Azimut will show the Azimut Grand 36 Metri, Azimut Magellano 30 Metri and 38.2-metre Azimut Trideck.

Gulf Craft will have both the Majesty 111 and Majesty 120 on display. Heesen Yachts will present the 49.8-metre Amare II, while fellow Dutch builder, Feadship De Vries will be represented by BG Charade at 47.7-metres and Drizzle, 68.77-metres.

From The Italian Sea Group are two Perini Navi superyachts, the 46.5-metre Art Explorer and 43.5-metre This Is It.

Wally from the Ferretti Group will show the 24.06-metre Wally WHY150.


Considered the largest annual gathering of superyachts in the world, the Monaco Yacht Show is a must-attend for private owners and new clients seeking a unique immersive experience in the yachting world.

Once again, MYS will continue its three-year development program Seducation, an initiative designed in collaboration with the industry and is based on four essential pillars: environmental innovation, design, understanding of yachting, and visitor experience.

Organisers aim to make the show a true ecosystem of yachting by promoting environmentally responsible innovation and offering visitors an immersive and educational discovery of the latest and most innovative yachting trends.

The ambitious objective of this program is to strengthen the MYS’s position as the international reference show for the luxury yachting industry, while offering an unforgettable experience to yacht and lifestyle enthusiasts.

Since 2021, the MYS has themed its exhibition, notably with the Yacht Design & Innovation Hub, the Sustainability Hub, the Adventure Area, and the Dockside Area, which allows privileged access to the show’s docks for visitors interested in a yacht project.

The show will consolidate its first Seducation cycle by unveiling an impressive fleet of 120 superyachts available on the market, including the highly anticipated 2023 launches.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to discover the latest lifestyle trends on board a yacht, thanks to the exhibition of leading yachting companies. The Dockside Area and Adventure Area will also offer a complete immersion into yachting and related activities.

The MYS will also ensure the participation of driving force companies to present innovative and sustainable solutions in design and sustainability, highlighting eco-responsible technologies while offering an inspiring vision for yacht enthusiasts (Sustainability Hub, Yacht Design & Innovation Hub).

Visitors can attend daytime conferences and receive information dedicated to future yacht clients. They can meet the best experts and most qualified professionals to help them realise their yacht project.

The Monaco Yacht Show strives to promote a unique experience for visitors while enhancing the positive reputation and development of the yachting industry – an industry that has taken on its social responsibility with a proactive and committed approach for several years in economic, technological, and environmental development to meet current societal challenges.

The list of superyachts attending the 2023 MYS is available here.



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