TheMonaco Yacht show 2016is nearly upon us and we cannot wait to visit some of the largest yachts on the Riviera. Not only will we find some of the finest mega yachts in the world, but we will also have a chance to visit some of the best rooftop restaurants in the area…
As you may have gathered we love Palmer Johnson yachts here at Boatbookings.com, and the yacht that stood out for us at the Monaco Yacht Show last year was the 41.5m luxury motor yacht GRIFFIN. An all-new layout combined with extra length and beam means guest accommodation for 10 in 5 cabins along with an added jacuzzi on the flybridge. GRIFFIN boasts a sporty and muscular presence with angles and curves in all the right places, add to this the extensive outside living space and you have the perfect recipe for speed, power and comfort. GRIFFIN is a yacht for those who don’t like to compromise on thrills, but still search for rest and relaxation on the way.
Given a brief to create a state-of-the-art, world class and spacious super yacht you can only imagine how delighted the Picchiotti shipyard were to build the truly gorgeous 73-metre GRACE E. Part of the esteemed Perini Navi Group, Picchiotti are one of very few yards that could offer both the reputation a build of this prestige required as well as a forward-thinking vision to create a super yacht to reset the world-class benchmark. GRACE E offers technological advancement never seen before as well as beautifully elegant space planning, relaxing interior, wellness deck, state-of-the-art tenders and toys and even an exercise pool. She is the pinnacle of what a super yacht can offer in terms of your vacation experience.
Last week was the largest edition of the Monaco Yacht Show yet, and the Boatbookings team examined some of the finest and largest yachts available for your yacht charter. Our highlight of the show was M/Y NERO, a stunning 90m Corsair Yacht completed in 2008.