The largest yacht from Monte Carlo Yachts, the MCY 105, is in build for delivery next summer.
The MCY 105 features the styling of her smaller sisters, courtesy of Nuvolari-Lenard. The studio has designed the entire lineup of Monte Carlo Yachts offerings, which start at 65 feet (nearly 20 meters). The MCY 105 is not a carbon copy simply in a longer length, however. Monte Carlo Yachts is employing resin-infusion construction methods. This further means that the MCY 105 should be upwards of 15 percent lighter than similar-size fiberglass megayachts. Reportedly, there are no such yachts in the 100-foot range that are built via resin infusion.
The first MCY 105, which will make her global debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival next September, is for an Asian buyer. Full details on the accommodations are not available. So far Monte Carlo Yachts is revealing that the master stateroom is on the main deck. It benefits from the large side windows you see forward in the renderings here. The interlocking circular ports below decks characterize the master stateroom on other models, so it seems guests will get them on this MCY 105. Like all the brand’s offerings, the MCY 105 is arranged according to the owner’s wishes. The number of guest staterooms on hull number one is unknown at this point, though tradition would dictate four. Monte Carlo Yachts will alternately work with clients to create three cabins and a gym, or a media room. Decor options are also open to owner choice, as is the hull color.
Something all buyers will appreciate: the bow “lounge.” It’s not a mere seating area. If the one aboard the MCY 105 is akin to the one on the MCY 86, it will rival far larger yachts’ offerings. Few, if any, megayacht builders with 80- to 100-footers put anything other than an intimate settee and table arrangement up here. Buyers and their captains alike will also appreciate the raised pilothouse aboard the MCY 105, plus the Portuguese bridge arrangement.