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Top 6 trends we expect to see at Monaco Yacht Show 2016

Top 6 trends we expect to see at Monaco Yacht Show 2016

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Bigger yachts and more of them

With less than a month to go until the Monaco Yacht Show, the vast majority of the must-see yachts heading to MYS 2016 have been confirmed and a few key trends have started to emerge.

For starters, the yachts themselves are larger than ever before with this year’s largest yacht on display, the Royal Huisman schooner Athena (pictured above) measuring in at 79 metres — 90 metres if you include the bowsprit. Either way, she eclipses the largest yacht at the 2015 show, the 77 metre Silver Fast.

And she’s not alone, with ten more yachts over 65 metres heading to Monaco 2016, up from just five yachts in this size bracket last year.

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