6 September 2018


As the last superyacht show of the European summer, Monaco Yacht Show is always a spectacular affair. This year marks the 28th edition of the event and 120 of the world’s finest superyachts will fill Monaco’s iconic Port Hercules. Half of these exceptional yachts were launched in the last two years, 40 will be making their debut on the world stage, and yet more will be lying at anchor outside the port. Also on display will be a selection of the latest superyacht tenders and watertoys.  

Among this outstanding collection of boats, this year sees a spectacular turn-out of beautiful yachts available for charter and Burgess charter-managed. Whether you are looking for a 70m mega yacht complete with spa facilities, cinema and an award-winning chef or a classic sailing yacht to island-hop incognito, Burgess gives you access to all of the world’s best vessels for charter.

When: 10:00-18:30, 26-29 September 2018
Where: Port Hercules, Principality of Monaco
Entrance: Quai Louis II
Find Burgess at: Stand QH17, Quai de l’Hirondelle 

Monaco Yacht Show 2017 review video here 

Available for charter through Burgess

Commissioned by an experienced owner and delivered in April 2017, CLOUD 9 is a spectacular collaboration between CRN shipyard, Zuccon International Project and Winch Design, and one of the most sought-after charter yachts in the world. The design demonstrates an optimised balance between interior and exterior spaces, with impressive volume and a high degree of comfort along with a free-flowing layout for a relaxed indoor-outdoor living environment. Distinctive open-air areas such as a private deck for the master suite and a large watertoy-filled beach club with extended platform at sea level have been conceived to offer maximum scope for al fresco enjoyment. Key features include a spa with hair salon and fold-out balcony, an espresso bar in the beach club, a pool with spa jets, jacuzzi, Teppanyaki bar, karaoke bar and indoor and outdoor cinemas. She also has a guest elevator, gym, helipad and zero speed stabilisers.
CLOUD 9 video here

LOA: 74m (242.8ft)
Built: 2017, CRN Ancona, Italy
Guests: 12 in 8 cabins
Crew: 22
For charter: Summer rates (high / low) from EUR 896,000 / EUR 875,000 per week

A Bannenberg classic completely refitted in 2016, OCEANA'S impressive deck space is ideal for outdoor entertaining and relaxing, with al fresco dining over three decks, a private balcony on the main deck and a 'beach club' style sun deck with jacuzzi. The beautifully designed interior creates a light and comfortable atmosphere, showcasing two large saloons, indoor dining and an equipped bar area. She accommodates 10/12 guests in five cabins, including a spacious upper deck master suite with his and hers en suite and single room adjacent. Steps lead up from there to the owner’s own private observation lounge, forward facing with 180-degree panoramic views.

LOA: 55m (180.4ft)
Built: 1991, Oceanfast, Australia
Guests: 10-12 in 5 cabins
Crew: 12
For charter: Summer rates (high / low) from EUR 217,000 / EUR 196,000 per week

Launched in June this year, this yacht is brand new to the charter market with Burgess. Sophisticated clean-lined contemporary interior design blends dark, satin-finished wood and earth-toned fabrics with cream panels with dots of colour from soft furnishings. Huge windows flood the living areas with light and thoughtfully-designed outside spaces provide seamless inside-outside living. Entertaining up to 12 guests in five cabins, including a full-beam master cabin with panoramic views, her state-of-the-art AV and entertainment systems, sun deck jacuzzi and wide selection of watertoys mark her out as a perfect choice for those looking for a relaxing and fun-filled Mediterranean charter. 

LOA: 38.4m (126ft)
Built: 2018, Gulf Craft, United Arab Emirates
Guests: 12 in 5 cabins
Crew: 8
For charter: Summer rates (high / low) from EUR 161,000 / EUR 133,000 per week

Anchored off Port Hercules

The world's largest wooden sailing yacht, and indeed one of the most beautiful classic sailing yachts of all time, the three-masted schooner CREOLE was a masterpiece when launched in 1927 and, thanks to comprehensive refits in 2006 and 2008, remains so today. CREOLE accommodates 11 guests in six cabins including a master suite, two double cabins and two twin cabins. Timeless styling and beautiful furnishings in warm, rich tones create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere, surrounding her guests in all manner of comfort with luxurious facilities. Her aft deck is perfect for both daytime and evening entertainment, while her formal dining salon and vast main salon are perfect interior spaces for formal occasions. With all the pleasures of being under sail, she is perfect for the peerless charterer.

LOA: 65.3m (214.2ft)
Built:1927, Camper & Nicholson, United Kingdom
Guests: 11 in 6 cabins
Crew: 15
For charter: Please enquire for rates

A charter 'one off', the multi award winning MALTESE FALCON delivers exceptional sailing performance in uncompromised luxury. A wide array of tenders and toys, the largest outdoor cinema screen on the water and sheer sail power all add to the experience. MALTESE FALCON's luxurious interior offers accommodation for up to 12 guests across six cabins. Her spacious saloon is a fine place for social gathering and relaxation, plus a formal dining area comfortably sits 12. On deck, further options for al fresco dining are offered or for fun in the sun, try some of her watertoys which includes jetskis, stand up paddle boards, scuba diving equipment.

LOA: 88m (288.7ft)
Built: 2006, Perini Navi, Turkey
Guests: 12 in 6 cabins
Crew: 19 
For charter: Summer rates (high / low) from EUR 440,000 / EUR 400,000 per week

She accommodates 10-11 guests in five cabins, the finest of which is the full-beam master suite, complete with office and spa-style en suite in onyx marble. Natural light is abundant in the dining room and saloon, showcasing exquisite burl walnut-panelled cabinetry, and a marble-topped bar opens onto aft deck seating. Steps lead down to the beach club and the aft bridge deck is ideal for al fresco dining. The sky lounge has sun pads, a games table and an 85in TV. Zero speed stabilisers, an array of watertoys, she really has it all. The sun deck has a bar and BBQ, 54-jet jacuzzi with swim-up bar, plenty of shaded and sun-drenched areas and a misting system to cool her guests. 

LOA: 43.9m (144ft)
Built: 2016, Crescent Yachts, Canada
Guests: 11 in 5 cabins
Crew: 9 
For charter: Summer rates (high / low) from EUR 224,000 / EUR 196,000 per week

To find out more about Burgess’ outstanding fleet of superyachts for sale and charter, please contact a Burgess broker. Alternatively, get in touch with one of our offices directly: LondonMonacoNew YorkMiamiSingapore or all other locations.