Monte Carlo Yachts is a pioneering project in the Yachting World that breaks new ground. Genuinely Italian in its management, designers, and artisanal skills, supported by the industrial strengths of French group Beneteau – the uncontested global leader in the production of sailboats, 2nd world boat manufacturer and among the 5 world power top players – Monte Carlo Yachts is dedicated to crafting timeless luxury yachts.
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The MCY Yachts are thought, designed and built to stand the test of time and go beyond trends and fads that come and go. The recognization that new standards of luxury are constantly being established and that responsibility, sustainability, and character are increasingly important.
They rise to the challenge of building each and every one of our motor yachts to be the best expression of luxury now and tomorrow. The yachts are elegant but never overstated, innovative but noble; they are timeless classics, built today to sail well into tomorrow.
At Monte Carlo Yachts the organization understands that there is no form without function, and no function without form: for a boat to be beautiful, it also needs to come from the best of processes.
Is a proud to claim an industry first in recreational sailing when we introduced a modular construction process inspired by Lean Manufacturing concepts derived from the most advanced industrial sectors.
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They pursue aesthetic quality and unmatched technical reliability whilst achieving high levels of productive efficiency and eliminate waste and pursue perfection to deliver the highest attention to all aspects of boat building, from design and decor details to technical improvements to onboard systems.
This revolutionary approach has received an Industrial Design Association award in recognizance of our research in technology and construction.
Every one of models is unique because they are built on the dreams the owners.
The boat owners’ wishes are at the center of the production process every step of the way, and we can’t imagine how it could be done any differently.