13 Aug Upcoming Luxury Yacht Events
5 Upcoming Luxury Yacht Events
Your August, September, and October Calendar
1) Monaco Yacht Show | Monte Carlo, Monaco | 25th – 28th August
The Monaco Yacht Show is an annual trade show in Monaco, organised by the British events and publishing company, Informa. The Monaco Yacht Show is held in Port Hercules, and is Europe’s biggest in-water display of large yacht, expecting over 30,000 in attendance and over 580 participants.
2) Cannes Yachting Festival | Cannes, France | 10th – 15th September
The 42nd Edition of Yachting Festival will orchestrate this event by moving more than 100 sailing boats, monohulls and multihulls to Port Canto to host the largest in-water exhibition in the world of new sailboats. The Vieux Port location in Cannes will be specifically designated to an exhibition of over 400 motorboats.
3) Southampton International Boat Show | Southampton, England | 13th – 22nd September
Britain’s biggest and best festival of boating showcases a plethora of beautifully designed boats and products from over 600 global marine brands, powered by Borrow a Boat in Mayflower Park. From kayaks to catamarans, SUPS to Superyachts, there’s a boat for everyone.
4) Les Voiles de St. Tropez | St. Tropez, France | 29th September – 6th October
The 20th anniversary of Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez is the main event for the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez and it’s set to appeal to Both enthusiasts and the general public. Hosting over 300 classic and modern boats, everyone is also looking forward a series of coastal races competing for the BMW Trophy.
5) Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show | Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA | 30th October – 3rd November
The annual boat show will be hosted at the Bahia Mar Yachting Centre to display products like industry’s latest boats and yachts of all sizes, worldwide debuts, plus a medley of marine products and accessories to enhance the nautical lifestyle. Around 1,200 boats will be on display across seven different show locations in Florida, transforming the city into a hive of on-the-water activity.