September 2011 Yacht Shows: Monaco and Cannes

Two of the yachting industry’s largest shows are in September – just a little more than a month away.

The Monaco Yacht Show and The Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes are where yacht enthusiasts come to see the world’s most luxurious, high-end and expensive yachts.

These shows are open to professionals in the boating and luxury industries, members of the media and the general public making them a unique opportunity to: Yach Relationship

  • See some of the world’s most luxurious and technologically advanced yachts
  • Step aboard exhibiting superyachts
  • Attend social events with industry insiders
  • Meet representatives of yachting related service companies
  • Discover and engage with the latest industry products

Monaco Yacht Show: The Monaco Yacht Show allows first rate access to some of the most luxurious of large ships. The 2011 show will features a selection of 100 super and megayachts, from 80 feet to over over 300 feet.

  • September 21 – 24, 2011
  • Average of yachts on display: over 144 feet in length
  • All of the world’s largest and most respected yacht builders will be in attendance
  • Visit 500 exhibitors

The Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes: Set among two ports along the the French Riviera, the Cannes Yacht Show will feature industry standard boats, vendors, exhibitors and a healthy crowd of yacht enthusiasts. This is your chance to see the superyachts that are featured in industry magazines and websites.

  • September 6 – 11, 2011
  • The show spans two ports – Vieux Port and Port Pierre Canto
  • See 500 boats displayed in water and on land at the 2 sites
  • Visit 400 exhibitors

3 comments

  1. Eitan says:

    We will debut the NISI 2400 by NISI Yachts at this show

    http://www.lucidyacht.com/cannes-boat-show-nisi-2400

    The NISI 2400 was recently named “2011 best of the best” by the Robb Report. She’s the world’s first non-megayacht pleasure craft to be built to commercial class, RINA Charter and MCA Commercial to be specific.

    @maks: The show is open for anyone that buys a ticket, but to board most boats you will need to make showing reservations ahead of time. Preferably with a yacht broker

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