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Monte Carlo Yachts

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Fully Italian in its management, designers and build team, Monte Carlo Yachts is the Italian division of the Beneteau Group, the largest builder of powerboats up to 50 feet in Europe and the largest sailboat builder in the world. 


The MCY 76 is a flying-bridge motoryacht designed by Nuvolari & Lenard that received acclaim at her U.S. debut for the true country-kitchen layout that places the galley near the entrance to the aft deck as well as for creating innovative lounge seating with tables on the foredeck.

The company is now offering a flying-bridge 65-footer with the same galley configuration that combines with extra-wide doors to open the saloon to the cockpit seamlessly. 

Both yachts have full-width master suites, and the MCY 76 offers a choice of three- or four-stateroom layouts while the 65 has three staterooms with en suite heads. Both yachts have private crew cabins aft with direct access to the transom platform. Power for both yachts is 1,000-hp or 1,200-hp MAN V8 diesels, giving top speeds of 31 knots. Finish throughout is luxurious walnut and oak, with leather inserts and fine fabrics from Armani.
Monte Carlo Yachts, +39 0481 283 111;