Monte Carlo Yachts to develop MCY 96 with future classic design
Published: Thursday, 02 February 2017
Monte Carlo Yachts (MCY) has announced its new 30-metre, which will employ the ‘Future Classic’ design philosophy and technical specifications. Nuvolari Lenard will once again be responsible for the design of the MCY 96.
(Photos: MCY - MCY 96)
The new MCY 96 will comply with RINA Pleasure or RINA Charter Class certifications. Upon request, the new model can also be certified according to CE-A category standards to be utilised as a pleasure boat or according to MCA MGN 280.
Following the award-winning MCY 105, the MCY 96 enters the collection as the result of the shipyard’s prominent and continued investments in the superyacht category, and will be followed by new models in the near future. The yacht stands out for its smooth lines, high bow and deceptively low profile.
“The new MCY 96 represents both continuity and evolution for the MCY collection and the company,” says MCY President Carla Demaria. “The great international success and global appeal of the MCY 105 has guided us in developing the MCY 96, which will set new standards and mark a new era of growth in the superyacht segment for Monte Carlo Yachts."
“Even if still not officially presented to the public, the MCY 96 is proving to be a highly appreciated yacht by our Owners worldwide,” adds MCY Managing Director Fabrizio Iarrera. “The first three units have been already sold and this makes us proud and confident that the new model will be a great hit, following its official presentation next summer.”
“The MCY 96 is the seventh yacht in the collection that we have worked on together with Monte Carlo Yachts,” say Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard. “The new model is unmistakably a MCY in its visual appeal, the incredible exterior and interior spaciousness, and the total customisation options available for Owners, but it is also unique in its personality and details.”
Monte Carlo Yachts will present the new MCY 96 at an exclusive, invitation-only event in July before showcasing it at the Cannes, Monaco and Genoa boat shows.