The Monaco Yacht Show organizers have published plans for the sanitary measures that will take place during the show this year. In compliance with the government of Monaco, Informa, the group that owns the show, have created the AllSecure program, which adheres to hygiene regulations and reinforced health and safety standards.
Sanitary Measures for the Monaco Yacht Show 2021
The regulations concern anyone including visitors, exhibitors, technical teams, and service providers who will be attending the show from September 22nd through the 25th from assembly through disassembly of the show. Visitors to the show will need to wear a mask as well as present a health pass bracelet each day of the show. Detailed health measures for the Monaco Yacht Show 2021 are available here.
Monaco Yacht Summit Details
On September 21, the Tuesday before the show starts, the Monaco Yacht Summit, which will take place at the Yacht Club de Monaco, will be hosted by Martin Hager, editor-in-chief of the German superyacht magazine Boote Exclusiv, and a former naval architect with over 18 years of experience in yachting.
The speakers at the summit will be offering perspectives on buying, chartering, and building superyachts, and include:
- Jonathan Beckett, CEO, Burgess
- Michael Breman, Sales Director, Lürssen
- Rose Damen, Managing Director, Damen/Amels
- Aino-Leena Grapin, CEO, Winch Design
This year, the Monaco Yacht Show 2021 will be exhibiting a collection of 80 superyachts, including 32 world premieres, with an average and record size of 54 meters in length.
Monaco Yacht Show SHOWBOOK
YATCO will be publishing its annual Monaco Yacht Show SHOWBOOK, which lists all the yachts in show as well as in the vicinity that are physically available for sale. The deadline for submitting and tagging your vessels to the printed SHOWBOOK is September 17th, while the deadline for submitting ads for the book is September 15th. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this year’s Monaco Yacht Show SHOWBOOK.