Monte Carlo Yachts has announced that its MCY 105 yacht model will be delivered to its owner imminently. The 32 metre flagship is expected to reach the owner in Australia by “the second part of the year,” according to the Italian shipyard.
Scheduled to arrive at the beginning of the cruising season in the southern hemisphere, the MCY105 will be based in Rose Bay Marina, located between the iconic destinations of Sydney Harbour and Bondi Beach.
The MCY105 is the largest model to date for the brand, and its delivery will coincide with the shipyard’s five-year anniversary. Constructed in carbon fibre and composite materials to a design by Nuvolari & Lenard, the MCY105 is RINA-classed and can accommodate up eight guests and five crew members.
Highlights include voluminous interiors, a full-beam master suite with full-length windows and al fresco spaces dining spaces on the main deck and flybridge. Powered by MTU engines, the MCY105 can reach a top speed of 27 knots.
Sergio Loiacono, sales and marketing director at Monte Carlo Yachts, said: “The company is excited about this quite unique event, as it is the first time that the Monte Carlo Yachts flagship reaches Australia."
“The shipyard has been able to accomplish this ambitious goal thanks to a proven capability to constantly meet the customers’ expectations in terms of levels of customisation and delivery time,” he added.
Alongside news of the impending delivery of the MCY105, Monte Carlo Yachts has announced that an MCY70 Skylounge unit was recently sold in Hong Kong and has also hinted that more yachts are expected to be delivered to owners this year.