Monte Carlo Yachts was established to focus on the 60-foot-plus (18.3-meter-plus) motoryacht market about four years ago. Its largest model, the MCY 86, has only been sold in Europe. Until now. The first MCY 86 owned by Americans will be showcased at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show next week.
The MCY 86 is built the way her smaller sisters are, with fiberglass, carbon fiber, and Kevlar. She’s engineered to be as swift as she looks, with styling courtesy of Nuvolari-Lenard. Twin MAN V12s promise top speeds up to 29 knots and a cruise of 24 knots.
Inside, owners are able to customize arrangements and, of course, decor. The American couple behind the MCY 86 at the show have reportedly embraced the idea with gusto. They selected soft goods from well-known brands like Armani, Hermès, and Poltrona Frau. They also requested hand-crafted Murano glass mosaics.
The MCY 86 can include three to five staterooms, hot tubs out on deck, and sliding sunroofs. Like to dine on the upper deck, rather than main deck? Put your table and chairs there; mega-size megayachts aren’t the only ones that can do this. Additional ideas for the MCY 86 include nearly a second full galley on the flying bridge and a full-beam master suite. Something surely no buyer will change: fold-out side balconies on both sides of the main deck.
The MCY 86 will be displayed by Denison Yacht Sales, Monte Carlo Yachts’ Florida and Michigan dealer. Monte Carlo Yachts’ smaller offerings will be shown, too.
The MCY 86 won’t be the largest Monte Carlo Yachts model for long. The MCY 105 is set to debut at next year’s Cannes Yachting Festival.