Organisers are packing as much as possible into this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, expanding on the luxury lifestyle elements while pushing the sustainability principles of the industry.


Once again, the show will be continuing its ‘Seducation’ program, developing its themed exhibition areas with the aim of immersing visitors into the superyacht lifestyle.


Port Hercule’s Dockside Area features the superyachts, tenders, and services directly related to the world of yachting. Guests can meet the shipyards, the brokers, and the designers who create the yachts on display.

The Adventure Area is dedicated to the young, more adventurous owner, featuring the latest supercars, off roaders, high-end water toys and even helicopters. Also, this is the place to arrange a once-in-a-lifetime superyacht adventure.

In the Sailing Yacht Area, visitors can meet passionate sailors, from builders to designers, who will share their expertise and provide the best advice for embarking on a wind-assisted voyage.

Inside the Sustainability Hub, the show organisers have carefully curated a selection of exhibitors, validated through an eligibility process conducted in collaboration with the Water Revolution Foundation. This partnership ensures that only eligible companies with genuine and viable sustainable solutions can exhibit at the hub.

Engage in discussions with designers at the Yacht Design & Innovation Hub and exchange ideas on the latest trends in superyachting. Visitors are also encouraged to attend live presentations and participate in captivating conferences hosted by SuperYacht Times.


Monaco Yacht Show 2023: Monaco is not only about the glamour of superyachts, it’s the perfect setting to talk to shipyards, designers and brokers.


Ticketing for the MYS is online only, with no on-site sales. E-tickets start at €600 for a one-day pass; €1,020 for two days and a three-day pass is €1,620. Access to the yachts is at the discretion of the boat builders and brokers.


The MYS takes place from Wednesday, September 27, to Saturday, September 30 at Port Hercule.

Wednesday, September 27: 10 am – 6.30 pm (access by invitation only)

Thursday, September 28: and Friday, September 29: 10 am – 6.30 pm (general public access)

Saturday, September 30: 10 am – 6 pm (all public access).