Prime trackside spectator spots for the Monaco Grand Prix are one thing. Prime viewing spots from the decks of superyachts are another. Even with the big race only about two weeks away, however, some charter yachts aren’t booked. Therefore, if you’re interested, here are six Monaco Grand Prix superyacht charters yours for the taking. Each of these yachts is a central agency of Y.CO, which can tell you about the special race rate.
1. Air. Given Air’s 164 feet (49.9 meters), you might assume she’s a pretty typical six-stateroom megayacht. On the contrary, she actually has seven staterooms. They include two VIPs and a full-beam master. Making her more attractive among Monaco Grand Prix superyacht charters, she caters easily to big groups. Furthermore, Air received all new furnishings and fabrics last year. When you’re not watching the race, you can indulge in a massage from the onboard masseuse. Plus, crewmembers are certified watersports trainers for toys like PWCs and the fun Jetlev-Flyer.
2. Dyna®. Measuring 121 feet (36.9 meters), Dyna® (whose name really does contain the registered trademark symbol) may be dwarfed by many others at the race. However, her long sundeck (above) makes her ideal among Monaco Grand Prix superyacht charters. It can hold a large viewing screen, plus provide plenty of room for multiple generations to gather. Note “multiple generations.” The yacht is child-friendly, with safety gates both inside and out.
3. Elixir. Similar to Dyna®, Elixir has an extra-large sundeck for being 180 feet (55 meters). It beckons for hanging out in the hot tub. The backlit onyx bar up here beckons, too, when night falls. You’ll surely want the owners’ suite (above) for yourselves. It contains a private steam room. Friends and family can use the sauna in the beach club.
4. Jems. If you’re an art collector or admirer, this 144-footer (44-meter) could very well be the right fit for your Monaco Grand Prix superyacht charters experience. Pre- or post-race, you can walk from room to room and admire the contemporary, colorful pieces hanging on the walls. A sundeck cinema screen will bring all of the racing action right up close, too.
5. Go. Here’s an interesting story. The owners spent four years cruising around the world aboard Go. Upon returning, they took her back to her builder, Feadship, for a 13-foot (4-meter) extension. Finished last year, it made her 141 feet (43 meters), and gave Go larger alfresco lounging areas. Inside she’s pretty interesting, too. You can convert the four guest staterooms into two significant-size suites.
6. Okto. If you want grand space and grand style for a Monaco Grand Prix superyacht charter, pick Okto (above). Her black and silver exterior colors make heads turn to admire her long, lean looks. They’re long indeed, with her measuring 218 feet (66.4 meters). You can throw a party onboard without any of the ladies needing to eschew high heels as well. They’re a composite material from Esthec—in grey and black, of course.