After an event marked by the pandemic last year, the Monaco Yacht Show is returning to normal waters. From September 28th to October 1st, Port Hercules will be the show stage for almost 500 exhibitors from all over the world. The largest new yachts to dock in the Principality include the 115-metre Lürssen “Apho”, the 88-metre “Project X” from Golden Yachts and the 85-metre “Victorious” from AK Yacht. A total of 117 exhibits have been registered, and a similar number will drop anchor in the bay between Monaco and Cap Martin. The trade fair has thus reached a level known from the pre-pandemic period.
Of course, BAVARIA AG will also be present at this prestigious event. A team is out and about on the jetties on all days of the fair, the Grünwalder have their base at the Deutsche Yachten stand on Quai Albert 1er at position AL6.
Sandra Ahrabian, CEO of BAVARIA AG, is already looking forward to the event: “A Monaco Yacht Show under normal conditions cannot be compared to any other event. We look forward to meeting our customers on site and discussing their latest projects with them.”
By the way, the changes in the ticket classification from last year will be retained. The “Discover” category is intended purely for end users, i.e. for owners and charterers. Owner representatives and similar advisors can equip themselves with the “Advise” ticket, pure B2B visitors are classified as “Connect”. This is accompanied by access restrictions. On Wednesday, the first day of the fair, the docks are only accessible for holders of “Discover” and “Advise” badges, “Connect” visitors have to wait one day. According to the exhibition management, the aim is to create a more relaxed atmosphere when visiting the yachts.
If you would like to make an appointment for a consultation, it is best to contact the BAVARIA headquarters, which will put you in touch with the best contact person for your request.