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Monaco Yacht Show 2015

côte d'azur | …events

23 September 2015

The 2015 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show will underline the beginning of a new era as the show will celebrate its 25th edition, but above all because it will display a new look with extra berths and a reorganisation of its exhibition area.

Relocation of the Darse Nord to Quai Antoine 1er
The reorganisation of the 2015 MYS results from a decision by the Monaco Government to start the renewal works of Port Hercules that involves the construction of new underground car parks and the repositioning of the Museum containing the private collection of antique cars of HSH Prince Rainier III. 
As a consequence, the historical exhibition area of the Darse Nord will move to Quai Antoine 1er.

Quai Antoine 1er will be able to deliver an aggregate of 2,825 sqm of surface area - divided into two air-conditioned exhibition tents (Quai Antoine 1er A - 400 sqm - and Quai Antoine 1er B - 2,425 sqm) - this space enables us to relocate most of the exhibitors of the former Darse Nord tent.

Extension of the afloat exhibition up to the Quai Rainier III
The information had been disclosed in July 2013 during the announcement of the partnership between the Monaco Yacht Show, the Yacht Club de Monaco and the Société d'Exploitation des Ports de Monaco (S.E.P.M.): from 2015, the MYS will offer three berths alongside the Quai Rainier III that will be able to welcome very large yachts over 100 metres in length. This will take the afloat exhibition capacity to 121 super & megayachts.

This new setting on the southern side of Port Hercules will require the development of a new and coherent homogeneous traffic flow between all the existing and new exhibition areas. 

Source Monaco Yacht Show