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Monaco Yacht Show 2011

Wednesday, 21 September: The 2011 Monaco Yacht Show kicks off today. Port Hercule is bristling with new yachts, and offshore I counted a good seventy yachts yesterday.

To pick just three, in the port, the 86m Seven Seas from Oceanco is sure to garner a fair deal of attention, while outside the superb Palladium, designed by Michael Leach, is currently moored off the Sporting d’Eté, with stylish tender zipping in and out of port regularly - not far from Fincantieri’s massive launch, Serene.

And now for your monacoeye weather report: the weather is fine, the sea is calm, the sky a cloudless blue …

Thursday, latest photos:

Helix…
Helix yacht

Seven Seas…
Seven Seas yacht

Palladium…
Palladium

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Monaco Yacht Show 2010

Monaco Yacht Show 2010
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Monday: Port Hercule is starting to fill up with yachts for the 2010 Monaco Yacht Show, which runs from 22-25 September.

Check out a preview of many of the yachts here.

Saturday: Large photos start here - many more to come…

Monaco Yacht Show night

Tuesday:

The 2010 Monaco Yacht Show ended on a tragic note, as a 28-year-old British sailor from Perini Navi superyacht Burrasca, fell overboard from his RIB tender after colliding at speed with 31-metre sailing yacht Fado, which was at anchor off the Sporting d’Eté in Monaco.

The accident happened at about 10.30 pm on Saturday night, a few hours after the show had ended, as many yachts had already started to leave.

After an intensive search, divers had been unable to find him by Sunday night. Read More...
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Day 2 - MYS 2005: Flotilla

2005 Monaco Yacht SHow

Just off the Loews Hotel on Day 2, Thursday 22 Sept, 2005, 1 p.m.

So far we have, largely thanks to Paul Walter and Chris:

1. Corinthian?
2. Codecasa 35 m
3. Azimut
4. Constellation, 88.5 m, 2002, Emden Cassens Werft (not Oceanco)
5.
6. Mari Cha III, 146 ft, 1999, Sensation Yachts, Philippe Briand
7. Seawolfe, 192/190 ft, 1957/2002, Smit
8.
9. Kalinga, 50.69m, 1982, Feadship
10. Sunseeker 105
11. Lady Dahlia, 47 m, 2005, ISA
12.
13. Hero
14. Tanit, 1967, Camper & Nicholson
15.
16. Lady Ann Magee, 163 ft, 50m, 2001, Codecasa
18. Giant I, 247 ft, 2004 refit, IHC Holland/Amels
19. Christina O, 325 ft, 99 m, 1948/1954/1998
20. SS Delphine, 257 ft, 1921/2003
21. Blue Attraction
22. Galapagos, 180ft, 55m, 1979, Mitsubishi
23. Secret Life, 45m, 1973/2002, Feadship
24. RM Elegant, 237 ft, 72 m, 2003, WEM Lines
25. Utopia, 235 ft, 71 m, 2004, Feadship
26. Rasselas, 203 ft, 62 m, 2005, Feadship
27. Lürssen Allegra
28. Pamela IV
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Monaco Yacht Show 2005

The YCM's annual yacht show is only a couple of weeks away and the tents are already going up on the Darse Nord and Darse Sud.
I'm hoping to get a few decent shots.
With a bit of luck I'll be able to add Haida G, Leander G, Solemar, the new 61m Feadship Blue Moon and the new 62m Oceanco Lady Christina to the index, as they should all be making an appearance.
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