Monte Carlo Yachts Returns to its Origins to Present the New MCY 76

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July 12, 2019

Monte Carlo Yachts presented the new MCY 76 – alongside its sisters, the new MCY 70 and MCY 66 – during an enchanting evening in Porto Piccolo, in the Gulf of Trieste. The exclusive event was showered with special guests, inspiring light presentations, and inimitable classic Italian style. A welcome cocktail served on the seaside and a tasteful dinner anticipated the key moment of the evening. The third yacht of the announced next generation MCY line was presented as a celebration, a true tribute to light in front of 300 exclusive guests, owners, partners and international media.

The new MCY 76, the next embodiment of Monte Carlo Yachts’ first ever model, and its sisters on show stand for the company’s ongoing, organic evolution, which seeks to maintain its authentic, elegant and timeless appeal while continuously improving and innovating upon its prized core characteristics and defining traits. Innovation alongside continuity is the concept behind the second generation of the MCY Collection.

BoatsGenuinely Italian in its management, designers and artisanal skills Monte Carlo Yachts is the fastest growing Italian brand in the luxury motor yacht segment, supported by the industrial strengths of French Group Beneteau. Production takes place in Italy inside the state-of-the-art yard in Monfalcone. The MCY collection currently includes the new MCY 66, new MCY 70, new MCY 76, MCY 80, MCY 86, MCY 96 and MCY 105.

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