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The shape of the Monte Carlo Yachts collection begins to emerge with a new 65-footer. The new model – second, but only in order of appearance – presented in preview at the Cannes International Boat Show in early September and holds all the cards to win the favour of both customers and critics.

  And it definitely won’t disappoint the many admirers of the model that preceded it: Monte Carlo Yachts has succeeded in offering the original design elements and the numerous innovations that ensured the success of the MCY 76 on the MCY 65 as well. The aesthetic research carried out by two superstars of design like Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard endows the boat with a timeless, immediately recognisable style and gives it a very naval allure, with classic elements that are skilfully reinterpreted in a modern key. The result is a design that is avant-garde but not extreme, reassuring and at the same time highly innovative. We can finally say it: it’s the style of the Monte Carlo Yachts brand. A style that emerges in the overall lines of the boat as well as in its details. In its profile, for example, so characteristic thanks to the high, flared bow, without a pulpit. But also in the portholes: an original sign, almost a label, that is created by the reinterpretation of the classic bull’s eye.

  Elegance and functionality blend together, just like the design and technical solutions. And from this point of view the new model confirms all the appealing elements introduced last season by the MCY 76. The Portuguese deck forward, the radar mast to support the all-carbon T-top of the flybridge, the splendid glass supports that protect the lateral walkways up to the side entrance to the saloon: 20 metres of length that give the impression of being aboard a megayacht.


  An impression that is confirmed in the interior spaces as well. The discovery of Monte Carlo Yachts’ original concept of luxury is a source of inspiration each time; elegance is fused with functionality, beauty with utility. The decor is refined: walnut and grey oak dominate, with brown and grey leather inserts, a few touches of lacquer and fine fabrics from Armani Casa and Rubelli. Materials and finishes that enrich large, liveable spaces, first and foremost the master cabin. Placed amidships, full beam, it is the largest in the category. Access is gained through a lobby flooded with natural light. The layout of the lower deck is completed by two other cabins (both with private bathrooms): the VIP cabin with a double bed and the guest cabin with twin beds.


  For the main deck Nuvolari and Lenard reaffirm the concept of continuity between interior and exterior spaces by positioning the galley right at the entrance to the saloon and emphasising this continuity by designing part of the galley for both indoor and outdoor use. Opposite is the dinette with a handsome table that is very functional and at the same time an authentic design object, in the spirit of the brand.
  As on the MCY 76, the lounge area, featuring a large C-shaped sofa, is more internal. Next to the driver’s seat we find an element more typical of larger boats: the access door to the external walkway, partially electrically powered. From the Portuguese deck the forward bow area is reached via a central passage that separates two sunbathing/lounge areas, like on the MCY 76. On this model, too, the design made it possible to lower the floor of the bow in order to allow carrying out manoeuvres while comfortably standing, as is the case on larger boats.

Technical characteristics

Length overall (LOA): 19.68 m
Hull length: 18.28 m
Beam: 5.20 m
Weight (dry): 28 t
Weight (fully loaded): 33 t
Water capacity: 750 L
Fuel capacity: 3,500 L
Engines: 2 х MAN V8 2 х 1000 HP
Cruising speed: 27 kn
Maximum speed: 31 kn