Monte Carlo: a noble demeanour, unique style, impeccable designs.
Favorites at birth, the MC4, MC5 and MC6 have directly inherited a legacy of winning values: the inimitable qualities expressed in the larger Monte Carlo Yachts models.
Their timeless design has a strong character, with precious materials and solutions never seen before for this category.
Monte Carlo’s noble pedigree is immediately recognisable in the choice of name and logo, the style, technology and resources: this range, offered in Flybridge and Hard-Top versions, is the natural extension of Monte Carlo Yachts’ philosophy and prestige for models under 60 feet long. Expect only the very best.
The Monte Carlo Yachts 70 epitomises the brand concept, right from the high flared bow, with easy entry into the water, and with those lines which make it fit in whether reflected in a Mediterranean bay or out on the ocean waves. But this model is full of special and previously unseen features: the distinctive nature of the MCY 70 can be best summarised by the sinuous flow between the profiles of the fly and the fashion plates, the unmistakable supports in glass and steel which represent one of Monte Carlo Yachts signature features, always skilled in reusing classic functional elements and reworking them in a contemporary way.
The naval allure of the MCY 70 has a unique appeal. Even the on-board experience and the atmosphere of the interior environments have been designed to convey instant recognition.
The appeal produced by the dimensions and materials has a particular touch of spontaneity, as if the beauty of the MCY 70 were a gift of nature, even before it was the result of the human creative process. The elements used are precious and have not undergone artificial treatments: the scratched teak for the flooring, the scratched oak and grey sycamore for the furnishings. The hides and marbles (Amani Bronze and Persian Limestone) impart the same sense of natural elegance through which, in filigrain, the quality of the boat's technological contents and the functionality of its design solutions can be read.
A 23 metre flybridge, the MCY 76 represents the new benchmark for luxury in its stylistic features and technological content.
A real boat that develops classic elements into a new concept, shunning ostentation, to present a unique personality and maximum functionality.
Its strong technical content and many innovations represent a clear distinctive feature of its design. Starting from the advanced keel structure: the self-supporting sandwich plating, together with longitudinal reinforcements (there are no floor plates), a bow crash box and extensive use of kevlar in the areas of greatest impact make the MCY 76's hull a solid but light shell, able to take to sea in safety.
The infusion process extended to all components, even the smallest and most complex in shape, reduces weights and consumption (and for the same reason, most of the slats and interior flooring are in aluminium). The auto-trim, that is the automatic trim search through the use of interceptors, ensures comfort and plays its part in reducing consumption. The POD propulsion system, developed by ZF and with a multidirectional joystick, provides for precise and safe manoeuvrability.
The modular construction of the interior is undertaken outside the hull, achieving a particularly advanced result. This choice has made it possible to completely do away with on-board adjustment operations and to achieve excellent quality standards, because the assembly tolerances are contained in the order of millimetres.
The technical contents blend with the aesthetic ones, the efficiency of the production exalts the care put into the manufacturing and the research into exclusive details. The best of Made in France and the best of Made in Italy. An approach confirmed by the contributions that big international names in fashion and style made to this yacht: the interiors are decorated with fabrics and materials by Hermès, Armani, Poltrona Frau and Pierre Frey.
The naval design endows the new MCY 86 with the unmistakeable refined contemporary elegance of the Monte Carlo Yachts range. A classic, unique style, without concessions to retro taste or aerodynamic excesses.
The new MCY 86 offers technical, living and aesthetic solutions that simply can’t be found in other boats of the same category.
The aft area, fully sheltered by the extended flybridge, offers guests a large surface typical of larger boats. The presence of the steel and glass fashion plates, characteristic of Monte Carlo Yachts, further increases the feeling of onboard privacy.
The Portuguese deck leads to a luxurious, reserved living room on the sea. A true lounge that adapts to the different uses during an entire day on board. The roomy surface area is ideal for large sunloungers, comfy sofas and a table for taking meals even in the shade, enjoying the view of the sea with family and guests in a space that is both open and private. You’re convinced you’re aboard a megayacht: no other boat under 30 metres is able to offer an area comparable to this one.
The flybridge can be equipped with a large hydromassage tub. The bar area, the open-air galley and the numerous sunning and living areas can be sheltered by a carbon steel T-top with a power soft-top.
The saloon confirms all the promises of the exterior spaces: the surface area and the volumes expand in a succession of luxurious, comfortable habitats, ideal for conversation, entertainment, rest or dinners with guests.
The openable side platforms are another original element on an 86-footer. Available on both sides, they convert into exclusive terraces on the sea, offering an unrivalled open view of the horizon even from inside.
The interior concept is embellished with accessories, fabrics and furnishing solutions offered by the most important names in international fashion and design. Costly woods and materials like the white alabaster of Volterra, cedarstone marble, moka cream limestone and hand-made Venetian mosaics of Murano glass make every room exclusive.
The utmost comfort finds expression in the master cabin: a real full-beam suite with an ample study and a large walk-in closet.
Seaworthy, elegant, efficient, comfortable and easy to handle, the new
CNB 76 embodies 25 years of CNB excellence.
With her superb proportions and a unique elegance signed by talented,
world famous naval architect Philippe Briand, her lines perfectly
integrate a raised saloon, ideal when sailing as well as at a mooring. The
layouts are as harmonious as they are comfortable and truly functional.
Designed by designer Jean-Marc Piaton, they can accommodate
a professional crew whose presence and activity shall by no means
disturb the owner’s and his guests’ privacy.
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