By Sylvie Peron
The 30th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) is scheduled to take place from Wednesday 23 to Saturday 26 September 2020 at Port Hercule in Monaco.
Every year, Monaco stages the biggest display of superyachts in the world, featuring over one hundred boats boasting an average length of 49m.
The organisers are fully aware of the strategic importance of the MYS to the companies that participate each year – for growing their business, sales and marketing. Each September, in Monaco, the event offers the perfect setting for establishing direct relations based on trust. Future buyers can visit several yachts, and for some their helicopters, all in one day, compare them, meet the designers, and discuss with brokers and shipyards. Such a totally immersive experience is as essential as it can be decisive when considering the purchase or construction of a superyacht, a helicopter or an aircraft.
This year however, the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic is being felt all over the world and at all levels; protecting the planet’s population has become the absolute priority.Like everyone else, the MYS is keeping a close eye on how the pandemic is evolving, with the hope of a healthier and more stable situation around the globe in coming months. In order to protect the health of participants the organizers will implement directives issued by the government of Monaco and the World Health Organisation (WHO) that reflect how the pandemic has evolved by September 2020.
The 2020 Monaco Yacht Show will probably be one of the first occasions in the year for bringing together players in the luxury yachting industry, for meeting private clients to discuss current and future market trends and, in short, for sharing the authentic superyachting experience that only a visit to a yacht show can offer.