After the presentation of the new MCY 66 and MCY 70, the second generation of Monte Carlo Yachts just expanded with the launch of MCY 76. The three new models were displayed together for the first time during a Gala event followed by a show of light in the Gulf of Trieste that made MCY’s new generation spark.
Monte Carlo Yachts continues to invest in advanced Manufacturing Processes and innovative Design in order to fulfill and exceed customers’ needs. The new MCY 76, representing the evolution of the company’s first yacht, triggers authentic, elegant and timeless feelings. Following the trend of Monte Carlo Yacht's second generation, MCY 76 embodies the brand’s Vision featuring the symbolic elements of Nuvolari Lenard Design.
While wider windows and enlarged portholes offer an increased exposure to natural light, larger exterior areas achieved with this new shape enable multiple comfortable situations and livable environments. The sleeker exterior lines of the new MCY 76, inspired by the larger units of the MCY Collection, allow for a closer relationship between the individual and the sea.
Thanks to the T-Top and lateral supports in carbon fiber, the spacious Fly Bridge offers a 360° view of the sea. This external area, set up with tables and a spacious open-air galley, is the perfect location for a private and elegant dining experience on-board. With sun pads and fold-able tables, the bow can easily be transformed in a lounge area for relaxing moments.
The shaped bulkheads located in line with the lateral windows of the main saloon allow guests on board to safely walk from the large and versatile Bow Area to the Aft Cockpit’s al fresco dining location. The individuals’ relationship with the sea is further enhanced by MCY 76’s close connection between this wide external area and the main saloon.
The presence of various living spaces enables individuals to relax on the comfortable sofas and puffs, or dine on the Carrara marble table. A fully equipped galley with details in black sycamore is present to fulfill the owner’s desire.
As for MCY 66 and MCY 70, also the main saloon of MCY 76 is characterized by an enhanced exposure to natural light. The effect of increased brightness achieved through the introduction of lower and wider windows is further emphasized by the choice of reflective materials.
Staying loyal to the MCY Collection, the owner cabin of the new MCY 76 features Monte Carlo Yachts’ symbolic portholes, which have been enlarged to offer greater exposure to natural light as well as a better view of the sea.
The two guest cabins and the VIP follow the sophisticated pattern of the other ambiences of the yacht characterized by different layouts and handcrafted high quality elements. The presence of natural stones used for sinks, floors and vertical surfaces combined with the introduction of large mirrors enhance the enlarged volumes of all four bathrooms.
With customers’ interests at heart, the layout of MCY 76’s main saloon offers unlimited customization possibilities. The model identifiable in the photos features an open space where the interior design is characterized by unique and elegant elements. Piere Frey, Hermes and Rubelli textures are only a few of the wide range of high quality materials chosen from the customer to décor MCY 76. White and pickled oak woods combined with lacquered and reflective details enrich the elegant interior design thorough out the lobby as well as each cabin.
The new MCY 76, together with MCY 66 and MCY 70, will be displayed at Cannes Yachting Festival and Genoa Boat Show this September.
Unique customized versions of these three new models will be first presented to the American market at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2019.