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26th Sep 2022 by Rightboat

The Monaco Yacht Show 2022: How to Enjoy it from Home

The Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) is the most hotly anticipated superyacht event of the year, and it gets under way in just a few short days. If you’re lucky enough to be able to travel to the tiny principality for three days of glitz, glamour and all things superyacht then you’ll be at heart of the action, but for those not able to make it this year, we’ve got you covered. So sit back and enjoy the action unfold from home as we bring you all the news and updates. With the show running from 24th September to 1st October the countdown is now on. So what can we expect from the show and how can you get involved from home?


See the Hottest Yachts Making their Debuts at the MYS


Some of the world’s top manufacturers have delivered astounding projects this year to eager owners, and many are making their official launch or are for sale at the MYS 2022. Take a look at some of the most anticipated superyachts of the season here


Watch Interviews with Top Industry Players


The industry press will be out in force at the MYS and following all the action. Watch interviews with top industry players, from yacht owners, to brokers, designers and architects as you discover what’s new in 2022 from those in the know. You can see interviews on media outlets such as Superyacht TV and Superyachts.com  


Discover the New Sustainability Hub


The newly launched sustainability hub is one of the new zones at this year’s MYS, aimed at promoting a more ethical and sustainable future for the industry. Showcasing sustainable solutions and eco-friendly yachting projects it promises to be an invaluable hub of innovation and forward-thinking. Discover who will be exhibiting here


Prince Albert II of Monaco is passionate about natural conservation and as such the new Sustainability Hub fits perfectly with his mission to bring people together to create impactful solutions for the planet's biodiversity, climate, ocean and water resources. Discover the work being undertaken by the foundation, from symposiums to projects and partnerships, and keep up to date with the latest news and media here


The MYS also supports The Blue Marine Foundation, which aims to combat over fishing, and the Water Revolution Foundation, which works to reduce the impact of the superyacht industry on the environment.  


Watch the Newly Launched MYS Docuseries


Monaco has become synonymous with the superyacht industry, and the MYS is at the heart of that connection. A brand new docuseries delves into the history of the show and the tiny principality that hosts it, with interviews and lots of behind the scenes footage. Discover how Monaco’s luxury lifestyle and its ethos of ocean sustainability is working hand in hand, and meet the new era of yacht owners who are making waves across the industry with forward-thinking ideas. Watch it here


Get Involved with the Yacht Design and Innovation Hub


Returning in 2022 is the Yacht Design and Innovation Hub, where the top industry minds will get together to collaborate and showcase edgy new designs and the very latest in superyacht innovation. You can watch live presentations in the new 100-metre conference room through Superyacht Times, who will be there to capture all the action on current and future trends and innovative solutions in design and sustainability.


Tune in to the Radio


Riviera Radio 106.5 will be at the MYS keeping its listeners up to date with the latest developments, meeting key industry professionals and offering a great insight into the buzz of the show for those who can’t be there this year. Tune in daily for the latest updates from Monaco and the French Riviera. 


Meet the Exhibitors


There are some 600 companies exhibiting at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022, from all corners of the industry. Whether it’s tender and toy manufacturers, shipyards, luxury lifestyle brands, designers, accessories, nautical suppliers, brokers or naval architects you can see a full list and links to their official websites here


Set off on a Virtual Tour of Monaco


There is nowhere else like Monaco in the world. The tiny principality packs in an impressive array of historic sights, luxury boutiques and iconic buildings. The buzz is unlike anywhere else, the roar of supercars, the sun shining down from a cloudless sky and the atmosphere of excitement are palpable. For those who can’t be at this year’s glittering superyacht event, you can still enjoy the sights of Monaco as you embark on a virtual tour of the principality. Step inside the Casino Monte-Carlo, check out the yachts anchored in the bay from the Monte-Carlo Beach, or have a coffee at the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo as you plan for the Monaco Yacht Show 2023 in person. 


Rightboat.com is one of the largest marketplaces for the sale, purchase and charter of boats and superyachts. We’ll be at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022, so please do get in touch and we’ll be happy to meet, either in person or virtually. 


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