Plenty of positive omens accompany the imminent debut of the new Monte Carlo Yachts model, starting with the seven awards that crowned the MCY 76 as the boat of the year.
The sharp of the Monte Carlo Yachts collection begins to emerge with a new 65-footer. The new model - second, but only in order of appearance - will be presented in preview at the Cannes International Boat Show in early September and holds all the cards to win the favor of both customer 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 timeless, immediately recognizable style and give it very naval allure, with classic elements that are skilfully reinterpretation in the modern key. The result is a design that is avant-grade but not extreme, reassuring and at the same time highly innovative.
We can finally say it it's the style of the Monte Carlo brand. A style that emerges in overall lines of the boat as well as in its details. In it's 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.
See Monte Carlo 65 at Denison Yacht Sales – C/D Dock; Slips 39-42