Inside BOAT International's Monaco Yacht Show Party 2019

Inside BOAT International's Monaco Yacht Show Party 2019

The exclusive Yacht Club de Monaco was the glamorous backdrop to this year's BOAT International Monaco Yacht Show party, which took place on Friday September 27.

BOAT International would like to thank all sponsors that supported the event including Yachting Partners International, Credit Suisse, Wandering Yacht, Sabrina Monte-Carlo, H2 Yacht Design, Chelsea Art Group and Wards Marine Electric.

The Venue

The BOAT International party took place on the stunning open air Observatory Deck and the Sunset Deck of the Yacht Club de Monaco which overlooked Port Hercules.

The Party

The coveted America’s Cup trophy, which dates back to 1851 and is the world's oldest international sporting trophy, could be seen on display at BOAT International's Monaco Yacht Show party.

Pictured: Bernard D’Alessandri of Yacht Club de Monaco with Tony Euden, co chief executive of BOAT International, and Hayden Porter of the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron with the America's Cup trophy.

The Entertainment

Blue International Talent and California Audio Technology provided a variety of entertainment throughout the evening including a mesmerising electric violinist and dramatic acrobatic act.

The Entertainment

Electric violinist Katharina Pustka takes centre stage to wow the crowd.

The YPI Lounge

Roberta Johnson, Morgan Rollins and Glen Rollins enjoy the YPI lounge on the Sunset Deck. Guests enjoyed sushi and cigars courtesy of YPI and seating provided by Sabrina Monte-Carlo.

The Guests

Eddie Jordan and his rip-roaring band Eddie and the Robbers presented founder of H2 Yacht Design Jonny Horsfield with a tower of celebratory macarons to mark the 25th anniversary of the company.

The Artwork

Striking artwork by Damion Berger could be seen around the venue and was provided by the Chelsea Art Group.

The Band

Eddie Jordan's band Eddie and the Robbers took to the stage to provide the soundtrack of the evening which soon saw guests take to the dance floor.

The Guests

The band played songs by The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and George Michael.

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