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The Most Spectacular Yachts Spotted in Monaco for the Grand Prix

By Frances Flannagan

Ahead of the start of the most prestigious motorsports event of the year, a spectacle of superyachts have flocked to Monaco and have been spotted in and around Port Hercules. Fans of Formula One and UHNWI alike can indulge in the most exceptional displays of innovation and luxury; from show-stopping cars to breathtaking superyachts.

This year’s Monaco Grand Prix is being held from the 24th to the 26th of May at the Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo. It’s an event which draws in spectators from all across the globe: a thrilling sporting occasion which is heavily associated with luxury. It is only fitting that such an event attracts an array of spectacular superyachts, as Owners and charterers wish to immerse themselves in this sensational event that takes place in one of the world’s top yachting hotspots. 

Over 60 pleasure vessels are currently docked in Monaco ahead of the start of the Grand Prix, of which we take a look at five of the most spectacular and notable names. 

FOUNTAINHEAD - 87.78m

FOUNTAINHEAD was delivered in 2011 by Feadship : an 87.78m yacht perfect for family use. She was created by De Voogt Naval Architects and Sinot Yacht Design, with Axel Vervoordt providing a beautiful blend of art, antiques and aesthetics. 

She exudes sophistication in terms of her layout, finishes and technologies, boasting an array of impressive leisure facilities including a gym, health club and contra-flow pool. FOUNTAINHEAD features six guest suites and a large Owner’s stateroom, alongside a recreation room and a library on the main deck that can both be converted into guest cabins.She also includes an array of water toys and two tenders to allow those onboard to make the most of their time on the water. 

CORAL OCEAN - 72.55m

Delivered in 1994 by Lürssen , CORAL OCEAN is a 72.55m yacht that includes every single amenity one would expect from a luxury vessel. She features exteriors by Bannenberg & Rowell Design and interiors from IBL Design. 

CORAL OCEAN has seven spacious guest cabins, a VIP suite and a main salon that has an opening shell door that creates a balcony over the sea. She can accommodate up to 12 guests and an impressive crew of 22, boasting a beach club, pool, sauna, massage room, cinema and gym. 

NENINKA - 67m

NENINKA was delivered by Amels in 2019 as one of its Limited Editions, with exteriors penned by Tim Heywood and custom interiors from Winch Design . She was based upon previous Amels 212 deliveries from the Limited Editions range, encapsulating modern classical lines whilst also adding a new stretched evolution to the elegance set by her predecessors. 

She can accommodate up to 14 guests across seven suites as well as 16 crew members, a standout feature of her design being a 65 sqm swim platform and beach club. 

HAMPSHIRE - 66.25m 

Launched in 2016 as VANISH, HAMPSHIRE is a 66.25m yacht built by Feadship. Her exteriors and interiors are penned by Harrison Edisgaard, boasting a modern and powerful exterior profile that is softened by harmonious lines. 

She features a range of standout elements throughout her design, including a free-standing staircase flanked by a glass wall over three decks, an extendable balcony from the Owner’s stateroom and a full-height atrium, these beautiful and intricate touches enhancing the sense of luxury onboard. 

AHS was built in 2005 by Oceanco , undergoing a major refit in 2019. She has a LOA of 66m, and features a fresh and contemporary design penned by Alberto Pinto.

She can accommodate up to 16 guests across six cabins, with a crew of 19 ensuring the most premium service on board. All spaces have been optimised for the guests’ use, as AHS boasts spacious cabins, expansive decks and an array of dining areas, both indoors and al fresco.

Alongside these five stunning superyachts, other iconic vessels currently docked in Monaco include 90m LIONHEART , 60m KATINA , 55.2m LADY A and 53.5m HURRICANE RUN . 

With only one day to go until this thrilling event, we at Superyachts.com cannot wait to see what other superyachts are spotted in Monaco, as well as to follow along with the action of the Grand Prix. 

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The most epic super-yachts at the F1 Monaco Grand Prix

Yachts routinely steal the show during the F1 grand prix weekend.

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The yachts docking in the harbour for the F1 Monaco Grand Prix have turned heads - with a couple particularly impressing.

A yacht named Seven Sins caused a commotion because there is a Bugatti Chiron onboard.

The Seven Sins can be chartered for a week at a much more reasonable $300,000 but that doesn’t come with the Bugatti! 

The car itself is worth around £2.5m and, now, there is one in full view in Monaco harbour during the F1.

Sightseeing at the Monaco Grand Prix: a $3 million Bugatti on a $25 million yacht. 🎥 tfjj/IG pic.twitter.com/QFAt7eAd38 — Vincenzo Landino (@vincenzolandino) May 24, 2024

A yacht named Evrima, owned by Ritz-Carlton, is being used by Lewis Hamilton , George Russell and Toto Wolff as part of their partnership with Mercedes .

Evrima is more of a floating luxury hotel than a boat.

Guests have voyaged around France before docking in Monaco for the coolest weekend of the year.

Rooms cost $10,000 to $100,000 for holidaymakers at this time of year.

If you want to charter Evrima, it will set you back $2.2m for a week.

It boasts 149 rooms, a private terrace for each suite, an infinity pool and even an onboard therapist.

It has direct access to the seawater, and watersports, from its deck.

The biggest yacht at the Monaco Grand Prix (so far) is actually owned by the Ritz-Carlton. • 149 Cabins • Pools, Spa & Gym • Rooms cost $10,000 to $100,000+ It's essentially a luxury cruise — you spend a few days in France and then dock in Monaco for the race. Pretty crazy. pic.twitter.com/7aGVIs5Peg — Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) May 23, 2024

A superyacht named Faith has also docked in Monaco for the grand prix and it is known to some of F1's richest people.

The $200m yacht was previously owned by Lawrence Stroll, the current Aston Martin owner.

Stroll sold it to the billionaire father of former F1 driver Nicholas Latifi.

Faith has a helipad onboard plus a gym and a theatre.

And it's yours to rent for one week for a mere $1.5m...

The $200 million superyacht Faith has arrived in Monaco for the F1 race. • Helipad & 2 Jet Skis • Gym, Theater, Pool & Sauna The boat rents for $1.5M weekly and was owned by Lawrence Stoll (until he sold it to Michael Latifi, the father of former F1 driver Nicholas Latifi). pic.twitter.com/QQpuQR5JDB — Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) May 24, 2024

A yacht named Lionheart is also turning heads in Monaco this year.

It was formerly owned by businessman Philip Green, and is valued at $150m.

The largest yacht currently in Monaco's Port Hercule is Lionheart, a superyacht built for businessman Philip Green by Benetti SpA, which cost $150 million. She carries the most memorable tender — a VanDutch 55 named Lioncub. #MonacoGP https://t.co/imLYYhw8Uc pic.twitter.com/C3WzzyQZh0 — Vincenzo Landino (@vincenzolandino) May 20, 2024

Most famously, when Kimi Raikkonen was forced to retire early from the 2006 Monaco Grand Prix, rather than go back to his team garage he instead walked straight to the harbour to find his yacht.

Moments later, he was spotted lounging in the sun onboard his private yacht with his friends - with the F1 race going on without him.

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The Formula 1 race in Monaco is the ultimate highlight of the French Riviera yachting season. Oozing with glitz, glamour, and luxury, the Monaco Grand Prix attracts some of the world’s most famous socialites to watch this iconic race in true extravagant fashion.

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Enjoy front-line race views aboard your luxurious yacht..

Immerse yourself in the ultimate Monaco Grand Prix experience with a three-day luxury yacht adventure, complete with endless Champagne and the stunning Monégasque scenery as your backdrop. Nestled in the heart of the action, Port Hercules is the premier destination for race enthusiasts, boasting an impressive 700 berths. These coveted spots are in high demand, often fully booked well in advance of the event. To ensure your front-row seat to the exhilarating race, early booking is essential for securing the best vantage point.

When is the Monaco Grand Prix?

In 2024, the Monaco Grand Prix spanned from May 24th to May 26th. The event kicked off with practice sessions on Friday, followed by additional practice and qualification rounds on Saturday. The highlight of the weekend, the main race, exhilarated audiences on Sunday.

How can I attend the Monaco Grand Prix?

Secure the best possible view right in the middle of the action. Moored directly at the race track, you’ll be sure to have the best view at the race track, private tender transfers, as well as an exclusive driver appearance. The relaxed and inclusive environment sets the scene for an ultimate weekend of fun with the all-day open bar, including unlimited Champagne & gourmet catering. 

With our all-inclusive package, you can either attend single days of your choice or even the whole weekend while staying overnight in one of the luxurious cabins aboard.

Get ready for the ultimate Monaco Grand Prix experience, including:

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  • and much more!

Please note that programs and amenities may vary depending on which yacht you choose. Simply contact us for more information and up-to-date availabilities.

Where is the yacht located during the race?

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The yacht is located in Port Hercule, right at the race track segment of Tobacco Bend. Experience the F1 drivers slowing down into the corner from your right side, and see them hitting the gas again right in front of your yacht to speed into the Swimming Pool section. Enjoy an unrivaled view like no other and indulge in the glitz and glamour of Monaco!

Can I stay on the yacht overnight?

Absolutely, staying on a yacht in Port Hercules, Monaco’s premier marina, during the Monaco Grand Prix is a feasible and thrilling option. This marina becomes a hub of activity during the Grand Prix, presenting an unparalleled opportunity to immerse yourself in the race from a prime location. Guests often choose to stay on yachts for their luxurious amenities and exceptional views of the race. These yachts typically come equipped with top-notch facilities and offer comprehensive catering services, ensuring a comfortable and exclusive experience. Given the high demand during the Grand Prix period, early booking is advisable to secure your spot.

Our strong relationships with yacht owners in the area sometimes enable us to provide last-minute access to luxurious yacht accommodations. Should you require more information or wish to inquire about current availability, please feel free to reach out to us . We are dedicated to making your Monaco Grand Prix experience truly memorable.

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Experience the thrill of Formula 1 like never before! Join us for a spectacular Grand Prix weekend in Monaco, offering exclusive access to a private apartment situated directly above the race track.

This luxurious setting offers unparalleled views of the starting line, finish line, and the pit lane, all from a prime location opposite the iconic Monaco swimming pool. Enjoy extensive views that stretch across the scenic Port Hercule and into the expansive bay of Monaco.

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  • Delicious Breakfast
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All this is available for €3,750 per person , including all taxes. Immerse yourself in the heart of the action and indulge in a weekend of speed, luxury, and unmatched views.

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The Monaco Grand Prix race itinerary is packed with excitement, featuring practice sessions, qualifying rounds, and the main race itself, all taking place over the course of the weekend. You’ll witness the world’s top drivers pushing themselves and their cars to the limit as they navigate the challenging corners and hairpin turns of this iconic track. And it’s not just about the racing.

The Monaco Grand Prix is also a social event like no other, with a glamorous atmosphere and a host of VIP experiences available to fans. Whether you’re mingling with the stars at one of the trackside parties or soaking up the sun on a yacht in the harbour, there’s no shortage of ways to enjoy your getaway.

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Monaco is a fascinating city for many reasons. It is a sovereign city-state, the second smallest country in the world, and it has its own government and political system, making it unique worldwide. Monaco is located on the Mediterranean coast, providing beautiful seaside views and a mild climate year-round. The city is also known for its luxurious and exclusive atmosphere, as it is a playground for the rich and famous and home to some of the world’s most expensive real estate and luxury yachts.

The city-state has a long and storied past, dating back to the 12th century. It is home to many historical landmarks and cultural institutions, such as the Prince’s Palace of Monaco, the Oceanographic Museum , and the Casino of Monte Carlo. Additionally, Monaco is also well known for its prestigious annual events, such as the Monaco Grand Prix , the Historic Grand Prix , the E-Prix , and the Monaco Classic Week , which attract a lot of attention from people around the world.

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Beaches & nature.

The beaches in Monaco are truly a sight to behold. From the iconic Larvotto Beach to the secluded hidden coves, you’re sure to find a spot that suits your style. Each beach offers its own unique blend of sun, sand, and sea, making it the perfect place to relax and soak up the Mediterranean sun.

Monaco is dotted with parks and gardens, each of which showcases a different aspect of the natural beauty of the region. The Japanese Garden , for example, is a peaceful oasis of lush greenery, while the St Martin Gardens offer panoramic views of the Mediterranean and Monte Carlo. Monaco also offers a number of natural trails and hiking paths that provide stunning views of the surrounding countryside. 

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Restaurants & shopping.

Monaco is a paradise for foodies and shopaholics alike. With its Mediterranean climate, the city attracts top chefs and offers a diverse range of dining experiences. From Michelin-starred restaurants to cosy bistros, you’ll find a perfect place to enjoy your meal. Get ready to dive into culinary excellence.

When it comes to shopping, Monaco has a lot to offer, with a variety of boutiques, luxury brands, and shopping centers. Whether you’re looking for high-end fashion or unique souvenirs, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. The city is famous for its designer boutiques, including Chanel, Gucci, Prada, and many more. Visitors can also explore the famous Metropole Shopping Center , where they can find an array of high-end brands and designer shops.

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Culture & entertainment.

From its renowned opera and ballet performances at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo to its world-class exhibitions and galleries, Monaco offers a rich tapestry of cultural events.

The Salle des Etoiles is a must-vis for those who enjoy live entertainment. This open-air venue is set within the stunning gardens of the Sporting Monte-Carlo and is known for hosting some of the most prestigious events in Monaco, including concerts, shows, and galas. For a more intimate cultural experience, the Princess Grace Irish Library is a hidden gem. It is housed in a beautiful villa that was once home to Princess Grace Kelly, and visitors can wander the tranquil gardens while enjoying a book.

Monaco’s nightlife should also be on your to-do list. Visit the most exclusive clubs of southern Europe and make sure to take home the jackpot from the Casino of Monte Carlo.

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Reserve your exclusive spot at the Monaco Grand Prix and immerse yourself in the excitement as a true F1 VIP!

Please note that bookings depend on current availability at the time of your request. Prices are subject to fluctuation based on availability and cannot be guaranteed until confirmation. Once you make a request, we will promptly get in touch with additional information and specifics. For immediate availability checks, feel free to call or WhatsApp us. Prices are in €, per person, including VAT. 

Please note also that at this stage, no payment is required . After submitting, you will receive a reservation confirmation and further information. Should you be in agreement with all terms, you have the option to make payments seamlessly through a credit card, PayPal, or a bank transfer. Please be aware that the booking will only be considered confirmed once the payment is received.

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Monaco Grand Prix

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The Principality of Monaco roars to life with all the frenetic energy of the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Whether you are an F1 fanatic or just a keen observer, experience all the intensity of one of the world’s most extraordinary motorsports events in the heart of the Yacht Club de Monaco.

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The largest yacht at the Monaco Grand Prix is the 624-foot-long Ritz-Carlton Evrima. The luxury cruise, featuring opulent $100,000 suites with private terraces, offers well-heeled travelers an unrivaled vantage point for the Grand Prix experience.

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Monaco Grand Prix Yacht Packages

Monaco Grand Prix yacht packages offer an exclusive and luxurious way to experience one of the most prestigious and thrilling events in the world of Formula 1. These packages provide a unique opportunity to watch the race from the comfort of a private yacht, right in the heart of the action. With stunning views of the iconic Circuit de Monaco and the picturesque Mediterranean coastline, guests can soak up the electrifying atmosphere while enjoying gourmet cuisine, premium drinks, and impeccable service. The yacht packages often include access to exclusive onboard facilities such as spacious lounges, sun decks, and even jacuzzis, ensuring a truly unforgettable and indulgent experience. Whether you’re a motorsport enthusiast or simply seeking an extraordinary adventure, Monaco Grand Prix yacht packages offer an unparalleled combination of luxury, glamour, and exhilaration.

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Monaco Grand Prix Yacht Charter: Your Complete Guide

A guide to yacht charter during the Monaco Grand Prix. Information about when to book, securing a berth (and other options), hosting events, finding the perfect yacht, costs and luxury tenders.

The Monaco Grand Prix, the next taking place on May 23, 2024 – May 26, 2024, is as important to yachting as it is to Formula One. Each May, Port Hercules and the surrounding bay welcome thousands of luxury yachts, including some of the most recognizable vessels and owners in the world. This 4-day weekend is one of legend, with unsurpassable stories birthed to the all-glamorous Monte Carlo event. Experience one of the world’s greatest sporting events to the fullest with a Monaco Grand Prix yacht charter.

Monaco Grand Prix Yacht Charter: The Best Time to Book

Demand for yacht charters during the Monaco Grand Prix is at an all-time high. Formula One is as glamorous as ever, and the appeal of luxury charter yachts continues to explode. Very few super yachts have a berth secured in Port Hercules in advance of a charter booking, and the port fills up extremely rapidly with well-prepared yacht charter guests and owners booking early.

For the best chance to secure the yacht of your choice with a trackside berth, it is advised to book up to 8 months in advance (some yachts will accept bookings even earlier). If a berth in Port Hercules is less important to you, then selecting your yacht up to 3 months in advance is advised. Despite common conception, booking last minute is unlikely to yield discounts, as demand is so high! Monaco Grand Prix yacht charter is in high demand!

If you have left it a little too late, do not worry. Our team works tirelessly in preparation for the Monaco Grand Prix, locating yachts for charter clients who have left it to the last minute. For the best chance of securing a last minute yacht charter for the Monaco Grand Prix,  click here to contact our team immediately!

Book up to 8 months in advance for the best chance of securing a place in Port Hercules.

Securing a Berth / Place in Port During the Monaco Grand Prix

Port Hercules boasts 700 berths. During the Monaco Grand Prix, the port is filled to capacity, with berths booked well in advance of the event. In order to secure a berth, it is necessary to fill out a port application form looking to charter a yacht in Monaco . For the best chance of a successful application, it is essential to submit this form as early as possible. In order to do this, you must first select your charter yacht as technical details of the vessel must be specified on the form. Those directly associated with the Formula One, the Monaco Grand Prix and the event sponsors are fast tracked in the process, contributing to the extremely competitive nature of this process. If you desire a berth in Port Hercules, our team will assist with the necessary application.

Smart Solutions for the Happy Few

While it is very challenging to secure a berth in Port Hercules during the Monaco Grand Prix, there are some excellent solutions for those who are sadly unsuccessful:

  • A limited number of yachts hold year-round berths in Monaco. Do note that these yachts are in limited supply and in high demand, so booking early is essential if looking to charter a luxury yacht .
  • Drop anchor in the Bay of Monaco. Guests can then travel to watch the races by luxury tender. It is possible to watch the Grand Prix from numerous track-side events, spectator stands and private yacht parties. This allows you to fully enjoy both a yacht charter and the Monaco Grand Prix races, while saving the fees necessary to secure a berth in Port Hercules (if your application is successful).
  • Apply for a berth in Fontvieille. Fontvielle is located East of Port Hercules, and boasts a port with a capacity of 275. Competition is high for Fontvieille during the Grand Prix, however it is less competitive than Port Hercules. Monte Carlo and the Formula One track are just a short tender ride from the port.

The Port of Fontvielle is a lesser known port in Monaco, and is easier to secure a berth in! It's our little secret.

Corporate Yacht Events and Private Yacht Parties During the Monaco Grand Prix

Hosting events during your Monaco Grand Prix yacht charter is a popular concept. These can include corporate events and private soirées. Yachts are great venues for events, ensuring that the night is memorable and guests are both impressed and entertained. If you plan to host an event during the Monaco Grand Prix, let’s discuss your plans. Details such as the number of guests and type of event will be important considerations in determining the yachts most suited to your needs. Once we know these details, you will quickly receive a tailored selection of the most suitable yachts to your inbox.

Yachts are great venues for events, ensuring that the night is memorable and guests are both impressed and entertained.

Find the Best Yacht Charter for the Monaco Grand Prix

Choosing the right yacht for your Monaco Grand Prix experience is an exciting, and sometimes overwhelming journey. There are so many yachts to choose from! How can someone possible find the perfect yacht with so many options!?

Let us do the hard work for you, and tailor a proposal of yachts carefully selected to suit your needs. We welcome you to converse with a member of our team about your plans, desires, experiences and expectations, and we will then apply our shared learning to finding you the perfect yacht. With 212 Yachts by your side, organizing the perfect Monaco Grand Prix yacht charter is easy sailing! Let’s get started.

Let us do the hard work for you, and tailor a proposal of yachts carefully selected to suit your needs, straight to your inbox!

Monaco Grand Prix Yacht Charter Costs

Costs involved in a yacht charter vary. You must consider the weekly (or daily) rate, as well as VAT which is charged at 20% in France, and APA. APA refers to advanced provisioning allowance, and accounts for expenses incurred during your charter. These expenses include, but are not limited to, fuel, food, drinks and berth costs.

Berth fees during the Monaco Grand Prix can be considerable. If you plan to host events on your charter yacht then other expenses may also have to be accounted for, such as security deposits.

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How the Monaco Grand Prix became the most iconic F1 race

  • The Monaco Grand Prix is the crown jewel of Formula 1, known for its glitz and glamour.
  • The race features a tight, unforgiving track with hairpin turns that continue to challenge drivers.
  • Iconic moments include Senna's 1988 crash, Schumacher's 2012 pole, and Ricciardo's 2018 win.
  • This article is part of " Behind the Wheel ," a series about the highly competitive and high-tech world of Formula 1.

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There's certainly something unique about Monaco.

The principality, which takes up less than 1 square mile, is notorious for being a playground for the ultrawealthy . But it's arguably best known for the Monaco Grand Prix, a car race through the streets of Monte Carlo that has been an integral part of the Formula 1 calendar since the series' inaugural season in 1950.

In the decades since then, the Monaco Grand Prix has become the crown jewel of Formula 1 — and arguably the most famous race in the world.

"Monaco is really everything Formula 1 aspires to be: wealth, fame, decadence," said Bob Varsha, a longtime Formula 1 broadcaster who covered the Monaco Grand Prix for ESPN throughout the 1990s and 2000s. "It's the billionaire's Disneyland, cloaked in mystery, soaking in money and luxury."

The grand prix actually began in 1929, before Formula 1 existed. It was one of a handful of races held within and around Monaco, cementing the principality's status as a paradise for car enthusiasts. The race joined the Formula 1 calendar in its inaugural season in 1950 and became famous for its tight, unforgiving track, with hairpin turns that challenge drivers and engineers alike.

"Monaco is nothing like any other track on the calendar," Varsha said. "It's almost a reverse challenge to all of the engineering minds in Formula 1. You take this fabulous, technological, spacecraft-like race car, and you have to totally rebuild it, rethinking it for the slower speeds and tight corners of Monaco."

The narrow track, which doesn't allow for much overtaking, has only added to the race's reputation. And though Formula 1 has changed a lot since 1950, Monaco's beautiful vistas with cars speeding past yachts and taking sharp turns around its casino have contributed to its lasting charm.

"Of course, there is only one Monaco," said Zak Brown, the CEO of McLaren, whose team is enjoying a resurgent season after the driver Lando Norris' victory at the Miami Grand Prix . It's "the pinnacle of the calendar and arguably the most famous race in the world, up there with the Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans."

But Monaco earned its reputation on more than just its beautiful scenery and longevity. Here are some of the race's iconic moments that helped it earn its legendary status.

A legend is born

At the 1950 Monaco Grand Prix — the race's first as part of Formula 1 — the Argentine driver Juan Manuel Fangio earned the victory for Alfa Romeo. It would be Fangio's first of many victories in the series; he'd go on to win five Formula 1 world championships throughout the 1950s, establishing himself as the sport's first true star.

The movie treatment

Jackie Stewart is one of the most famous drivers in F1's history, and part of that reputation was earned in Monaco. His quest to win the 1971 Monaco Grand Prix was documented in Roman Polanski's film " Weekend of a Champion ," which highlighted the race's glitz and glamour and Stewart's amusing personality.

Decades later, returning as a broadcaster, Stewart received adoration from race fans throughout Monaco. "I learned very quickly that Sir Jackie is the mayor of Monaco during race weekend," Varsha, who worked with Stewart as broadcast partners on several occasions, recalled. "Nothing is major league that weekend unless Jackie is there."

Senna's crash

Perhaps no one exemplified the Monaco Grand Prix as much as Ayrton Senna, the legendary Brazilian driver who won the race a record six times.

His most memorable moment, though, may have come in a loss. He famously crashed out of the lead in 1988 despite cruising toward what seemed like a surefire victory. The moment was a centerpiece of the documentary "Senna."

"Senna led by a mile and felt he was having an out-of-body experience," Varsha recalled. "And then he hit the fence with this massive lead, got out of the car, stomped away to his apartment, and didn't show up again until later that evening."

Senna's surprising defense

That crash was a distant memory by 1992, as Senna unexpectedly claimed his fifth Monaco Grand Prix victory.

The British driver Nigel Mansell, in a dominant Williams-Renault car that started on pole, clocked significantly faster lap times than Senna, though the Brazilian fended him off in the dramatic closing stages of the race.

"That's probably my favorite Monaco moment," Brown said. "Senna came out in front, and Mansell had the superior car, but he just couldn't get by him. There was about a five-lap shootout at the end, and it was pretty awesome."

Schumacher's shocking pole

The 2012 season marked Michael Schumacher's last in Formula 1. The legendary German driver had established himself as one of the sport's all-time greats, having won seven world championships, and he came out of retirement to drive for the Mercedes F1 team.

While he didn't gain any victories during his Mercedes stint, he earned a pole position at his final Monaco Grand Prix at 43. His masterful lap edged out the Australian Mark Webber by only eight-hundredths of a second. An unrelated penalty would ultimately force Schumacher to start the race from sixth position, but he still thoroughly enjoyed his final pole — a feather in the cap of an extraordinary career.

Ricciardo's redemption

In modern Formula 1, few drivers are as popular as Daniel Ricciardo.

In 2016, the affable Aussie saw his sizable lead at Monaco diminish when his pit crew botched a strategy call, leading to a lengthy pit stop that ultimately landed Ricciardo a runner-up finish to Lewis Hamilton.

Two years later, Ricciardo earned his redemption , converting pole position to victory. He celebrated afterward with an epic belly flop into a pool.

The storyline served as a pivotal moment in season one of "Drive to Survive," the Netflix docuseries that would bolster Formula 1's popularity in the US and help cement Ricciardo as a fan favorite.

Leclerc's hometown agony

In recent years, the hometown hero Charles Leclerc — one of the most famous athletes to hail from Monaco — has become a focus of the grand prix.

The Ferrari driver has yet to earn a podium at his home race, though he's been tantalizingly close to victory.

The worst heartbreak came in 2021. Despite earning pole position, a gearbox issue on the warm-up lap forced Leclerc to retire before the race even began.

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Monaco Grand Prix: Everything you need to know about the 70th edition

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As Formula One gears up for round eight this weekend in Monaco -- the 'jewel' on the F1 calendar -- ESPN breaks down everything you need to know about the weekend's grand prix.

Can Monégasque Charles Leclerc lift the 'curse'?

Would a different format for the Monaco Grand Prix be more appealing for fans? Lewis Hamilton has proposed the idea .

Can Max Verstappen go one better and break Ayrton Senna's qualifying record with a ninth pole position in succession? At last week's Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix Verstappen matched the record with eight since Abu Dhabi in 2023.

Could Verstappen win the championship in a different car? Listen to ESPN's F1 podcast Unlapped . Plus Monaco GP preview.

Where is the best place in Monaco to watch the iconic grand prix? Laurence Edmondson went to find out.

Plus, McLaren has unveiled the green, yellow and blue livery it will run this weekend as a tribute to Ayrton Senna 30 years after he died in May, 1994.

Circuit stats

Ayrton Senna has the record for most pole positions at Monaco (five), and race wins (six). Of the current F1 grid, Daniel Ricciardo (2018), Sergio Perez (2022), Lewis Hamilton (2008, 2016, 2019) and championship leader Max Verstappen (2021, 2023) have all won here previously.

Distance: 3.337km

Overtakes completed in 2023: 36

Lap record: 1:12.909, Lewis Hamilton (2021).

This year is the 70th edition of the iconic race. The first was in 1950, and since 1955, the grand prix has never been off the F1 calendar for any reason other than the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

Laurence Edmondson explains why the qualifying session for the Monaco Grand Prix will be more entertaining than the race.

How to watch the GP?

(U.S. only): Sunday 7:30 a.m. ET on ESPNEWS and ESPN+.

Live broadcast coverage in the U.K. is on Sky Sports F1, and BBC Radio 5 live, with Sunday's highlights on Channel 4.

For news, analysis and updates, follow the coverage with ESPN's F1 team Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson in Monaco.

Friday, May 24

Free practice 1 - 12:30-13:30 BST / 13:30-14:30 CEST.

Free practice 2 - 16:00-17:00 BST / 17:00-18:00 CEST.

Saturday, May 25

Final practice - 11:30-12:30 BST / 12:30-13:30 CEST.

Qualifying - 15:00-16:00 BST / 16:00-17:00 CEST.

Sunday, May 26

Race starts - 14:00 BST / 15:00 CEST.

What happened last year?

For Fernando Alonso and Aston Martin, the 2023 Monaco Grand Prix was the big 'what if?'.

A mid-race rainstorm presented a golden opportunity for Alonso to sneak ahead of Max Verstappen and secure his first win since the 2012 season.

When he made his pit stop the heavens were just about to open, but with the track still largely dry at the time Aston Martin fitted slick tyres to his car rather than wets, meaning he had to pit again a lap later when the rain intensified.

As was the case for most of the 2023 season, Verstappen and Red Bull made all the right calls to win the race ahead of Alonso and Alpine's Esteban Ocon in third.

Who's going to win this year?

After Lando Norris' victory in Miami and near-victory one week ago in Imola, Verstappen is no longer the clear cut answer to this question.

Both McLarens will likely be in contention, but there's a growing school of thought that Monaco might suit Ferrari more.

For that reason, ESPN is backing Charles Leclerc to lift the 'curse' that has hung over his poor form at his home race and take a memorable victory.

And what for weather? Looking ahead from Thursday, the forecast looks to be to be clear and settled with temperatures around 20°C -- ideal for watching from a yacht.

How the championships look

Max Verstappen still leads the drivers' championship, but his margin has narrowed to 48 points ahead of Charles Leclerc, who can close the gap further with a win at his home race on Sunday.

Red Bull lead the constructors' by 56 points over Ferrari, with McLaren needing a few more race wins to bridge that 58-point gap to second place.

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The Limitations, and Thrills, of the Monaco Grand Prix

The narrow track and large cars hinder overtaking, but, oh boy, do those tight roads make qualifying hair-raising.

A view of the Monaco Grand Prix with racecars on the street next to a harbor filled with boats.

By Ian Parkes

Ask a Grand Prix driver whether Monaco is worthy of its place on the Formula 1 calendar, and the answer will usually be yes.

That’s even though the Grand Prix can often be less than thrilling. The track is so narrow and the cars so big that drivers rarely can pass, or overtake, each other. In the Formula E race there in April, drivers were able to overtake almost 200 times in their smaller cars. In last year’s Grand Prix there were 22 overtakes, which can make the race processional.

Compared with 30 years ago, cars are about three feet longer and 600 pounds heavier, making them difficult to maneuver around the narrow streets of Monaco. Still, the race has a mystique.

“For me, Monaco is the most iconic race of the season,” Charles Leclerc of Ferrari said. “Obviously, I’m Monégasque, so I’m biased, but it’s the race that made me dream of becoming a Formula 1 driver.

“The qualifying effort on Saturday is incredible. None of the racetracks come close to what we feel on that qualifying lap, and how precise you need to be, how brave you need to be. It’s something I really enjoy as a driver.”

Monaco has history. This weekend’s Grand Prix marks the 95th anniversary of its first race, in 1929. Its layout, a circuit described by Nelson Piquet, a three-time champion in the 1980s, as “like riding a bicycle around your living room,” has altered little over time.

The configuration has 19 corners over about two miles. Reaching speeds up to 180 miles per hour, drivers completing a perfect qualifying lap, in which they are on the track alone, racing against the clock, is the ultimate challenge.

“As a driver, for me, qualifying in Monaco is the most exciting and the biggest rush of adrenaline of the whole season,” Oscar Piastri, a McLaren driver, said. “Trying to get it right around there and brush the walls, that’s one of the most exciting things you can do in a racecar.”

The race itself is still a challenge. Over 78 laps, with almost 1,500 corners, there is no respite. To win in Monaco, Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes, a seven-time champion, said in 2010 that “the driver with the biggest talent” and guts should generally do well, “if he has the car.”

The problem with Monaco is there is no room to expand the track to aid overtaking. Ideas to alter it have been discussed over the years, but there have been no changes.

So the variables for overtaking are confined to strategy, an accident or rain, which has often created a spectacle that has affected strategy and resulted in accidents.

“Can it be better in terms of overtaking on a Sunday? Yes,” Leclerc said. He has qualified on pole position twice but failed to win his home race. “However, I think it’s more down to the cars getting heavier and bigger throughout the years, which I’m sure once this is tackled, hopefully soon, then we’ll have better racing on Sunday in Monaco.”

Michel Boeri, president of the Automobile Club de Monaco, the promoters of the Grand Prix, said that despite the near century-old heritage of the race, it was unique.

“From the start, in 1929, we didn’t have a choice but to do things differently because of the topography of our tiny 700-year-old principality, situated between the mountains on one side and the Mediterranean Sea on the other,” Boeri said in an interview. “Monaco is half the size of New York’s Central Park.

“But where else can you race around buildings and yachts at 180 miles per hour, on streets where the speed limit is 30? It’s a challenge and exciting for the drivers, and it’s an unforgettable experience for the spectators who get to watch the cars up close.”

In 2021, a Formula 1 survey of 167,000 people from 187 countries, conducted by the research company Nielsen, in partnership with the Motorsport Network, highlighted Monaco’s popularity, emerging as the fan favorite. That was no surprise to Boeri.

“When people around the world think of golf, they think of the Masters in Augusta,” he said. “When they think of tennis, it’s Wimbledon. When it comes to Formula 1, it’s Monaco that comes to mind.

“The Monaco Grand Prix is a classic, and like good wine, it takes years to become a classic. For the fans, it is the unmissable race of the F1 calendar.”

Monaco may lean on its history, but it has to remain relevant to Formula 1. The arrival of the Las Vegas and Miami Grands Prix in recent years, and the spectacular nature of those events, has placed new demands on the automobile club to keep pace.

“We keep investing year after year,” Boeri said. “We have an international standard control tower, new pits, a new princely lodge for the podium ceremony, the track is resurfaced every three years, and this year we’ll be inaugurating additional V.I.P. facilities at the entrance of the pit lane with a 360-degree view of the circuit.”

“I read the promoters of the Las Vegas Grand Prix said they envisioned their event as the Monaco of North America,” Boeri said. “That made us happy.

“We are also happy to see new events around the world on the F1 calendar. New promoters sometimes call us to ask for advice on how to organize a Grand Prix in their city, so we gladly share our expertise, just like we look at what is done elsewhere to stay up-to-date.”

The lack of overtaking is an unavoidable problem at Monaco. Still, Boeri said, “I would say that when there is an overtake, it is always a memorable moment. It takes skill and bravery to overtake around Monaco in Formula 1.”

At Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello, Italy, the cars dating from Alain Prost, who drove for the team in 1990-91, are displayed. Frédéric Vasseur, the Ferrari team principal, said the difference in size, from then to now, was considerable and affected racing.

“For me, qualifying at Monaco is the most exciting lap of the season, but we can’t change it, we can’t try to improve it to help with overtaking,” he said in an interview. “For sure, at some stage, a lot of the historic tracks, like Monaco, Budapest, will become too small. It’s for another discussion, but I think we have to go back to more agile cars.”

Vasseur said Monaco “is still worthy of its place on the calendar.”

Daniel Ricciardo, a Visa Cash App RB driver, offered a different perspective as to why Monaco is important.

“As a driver, being in Monaco, you feel like a superstar,” he said. “It’s the one place where you think, ‘I’m doing something pretty awesome.’ It’s a place where you really appreciate the job you have.

“There is an aura that surrounds the event, the race, and qualifying in Monaco is one of the most intense feelings we get as a driver. Sunday is maybe a little different, it’s a complete change of tempo. Sunday isn’t perfect by any means, but the event on Saturday still gives it enough.”

In 2022 , the automobile club signed a three-year extension to continue to host the race. In 2025, it will have to prove itself again.

Boeri said he was confident that the club would sign a new contract.

“What would be the interest for both parties to refuse a new deal for the future? It would be a waste for F1, for us and the fans.”

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Attending the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco is a dream for most people — but mine became a reality last weekend when Page Six digital managing editor Ally D’Aluisio and I traveled from NYC to Monte Carlo for the big event.

The VIP treatment started as soon as we touched down in Nice, France, and were met by a Blade helicopter representative who escorted us from a commercial flight to a private vehicle that drove us straight to the airport’s helipad.

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Before I knew it, the copter had lifted off, and we were met with breathtaking views of the French Riviera.

In addition to the spectacular scenery, the helicopter flight gave us another beautiful gift — time.

Instead of making a drive that could take up to an hour, or being at the mercy of public transportation, we flew right over the water and arrived in Monaco in just seven minutes.

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Before we knew it, we landed in the billionaires’ playground and made our way to the Fairmont Monte Carlo — and that’s where the fun officially began.

Monaco is known for its affluent residents and luxurious activities, but the sheer opulence of the country became apparent from the second I opened my eyes and saw numerous yachts right outside my balcony.

That number only grew as we got closer to Sunday’s Grand Prix, and soon enough you could hardly see the water due to the sheer amount of luxury vessels parked there.

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The Circuit de Monaco is one of the most prestigious and challenging F1 tracks in the world, forcing drivers to complete 78 laps around the principality’s streets, which contain sharp turns, tunnels and more.

The track is known for its iconic hairpin curve, one of the most recognizable corners of the Monaco Grand Prix.

It is the slowest turn on the track, ensuring the best vantage point of the race cars — and we scored an exclusive invitation to Baccarat and Lilly’s coveted suite inside the Fairmont which overlooks it.

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The vibe in the suite was pure elegance, with Baccarat crystals adorning the space and an award-winning bartender creating creating sophisticated, high-end cocktails.

And the luxe life didn’t stop there.

We were later escorted to Lilly’s nightclub for an exclusive tour, during which the entrance was lined with more than $50 million worth of cars.

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Before even walking inside the club we saw a Bugatti, Pagani, McLaren and even a silver Porsche 550 Spyder — the type of car in which James Dean died.

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“We’re talking about more than $10M [for the Bugatti],” Matthieu Bigot, co-founder and CEO of the Car Collector App, told us.

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Monaco is known to be the home of some of the most prestigious clubs on the French Riviera, and nights can get pretty wild when the Grand Prix rolls around.

Lilly’s had an incredible three-night lineup of deejays the Martinez Brothers, Rampa and Peggy Gou, followed by a closing evening performance by Travis Scott.

Celebrities including Odell Beckham Jr., Winnie Harlow, Kyle Kuzma, Will.i.am and Jason Oppenheim flocked to the club to catch the performances .

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There were bottles poppin’ and caviar bumps flowing — and just like the stars , I had to take part in the festivities.

On Sunday, I felt like a champion watching the Grand Prix from the Nikki Beach rooftop, where celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Kendall and Kylie Jenner and the Hadid sisters have partied in the past.

But the real winner of the weekend was 26-year-old Charles Leclerc, who became the first Monégasque to win the Monaco Grand Prix in 93 years — a dream he’s had since he was a child.

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He celebrated his first victory in his hometown with the Ferrari Formula 1 team by diving headfirst into Port Hercules wearing an almost $300,000 Richard Mille watch that, fortunately, is water-resistant up to 30 meters.

After spending a week taking in the sights, sounds, food and shopping excursions, as well as attending the most sought-out motorsport in the world, attending the Monaco Grand Prix finally has been checked off my bucket list.

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By Steph Loseby   24 May 2023

Getting ready for all the thrill and action of the Monaco F1 Grand Prix 2023 , a dazzling fleet of 122 luxury superyachts are gathering in Port Hercules, Monaco ahead of the 80th edition of the world-famous street circuit race through Monte Carlo.

Heralding the start of the Mediterranean summer season, the  Cannes Film Festival began on May 16 and as the glamorous event draws to a close, the high-profile superyachts in town for the occasion begin migrating eastwards along the coast, making their way to Monaco in time for the next big date on the event calendar: the Monaco F1 Grand Prix . 

Taking place across four days from Thursday 25 - Sunday 28 May, the race brings the South of France alive and promises to be a thrilling spectacle for avid Formula 1 fans, with plenty of VIP social events for the SuperyachtSet to enjoy.

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Demand for the Formula One event has proved so popular that every berth in the glamorous Port d’Hercules has been filled weeks ago, with only a few exclusive F1 hospitality packages up for grabs for those wishing to attend.

Things have changed this year as Formula One has taken control of who issues the berths, and with the number of applications massively outweighing the number of spots available for trackside viewing, only a selection of luxury yachts under 55m were lucky enough to secure a prized berth. 

As normal, the larger yachts of around 70m are berthed at the T-Dock whilst additional larger superyachts are berthed in Zone 2. This area provides charter guests with a much greater degree of privacy, yet they will find they are still surrounded by the electric atmosphere of the event. 

We take a look at some of the most exciting superyachts available for charter at this year’s Monaco Grand Prix.

The largest superyacht charter to soak up the atmosphere of this year’s Monaco Grand Prix is the 126m (414ft) yacht OCTOPUS . Bertherd further out of the port in Zone 2, charter guests onboard this Lürssen yacht will be able to experience the thrills of the race in total comfort and privacy.

luxury charter expedition yacht OCTOPUS

Boasting a large aft swimming pool surrounded by loungers and a full cocktail bar, a cinema suite and superb wellness amenities, the luxury expedition yacht provides guests with an abundance of spacious areas to chill out and relax as they enjoy the race weekend. 

CORAL OCEAN

Situated along the T-Dock, alongside an array of larger 70m superyachts, is the  73m (239ft) Lurssen yacht CORAL OCEAN . Home to a voluminous sundeck replete with a pool, bar and plenty of seating, guests can enjoy total outdoor living perfection as they sip cocktails, lounge in the luxe seating area and watch tenders whizz by with show-goers. 

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Additional yacht highlights include her large beach club and extensive spa facilities which guests can make the most out of during the race weekend. With a crew of 22 on hand to provide outstanding service onboard, superyacht CORAL OCEAN is the ultimate yacht for any luxury yacht charter vacation or event. 

Also berthed along the T-Dock, the iconic 71m (239ft) charter yacht TITANIA is just moments away from the action. Conceived by industry-leading designers, superyacht TITANIA is a firm favorite among her guests and an enduring charter icon.

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Fusing opulent design with an effortless indoor-outdoor lifestyle and a wealth of modern amenities, the motor yacht is perfectly suited to entertaining on a grand scale and makes a great platform on which to host event charters . Home to an expansive beach club, a full-beam observation lounge and a well-appointed sundeck, there is a wealth of space across her four decks in which guests can relax, dine and socialize, all while soaking up the heady atmosphere.

PERSEFONI I

Bagging a spot trackside in Zone 1, the 54m (176ft) PERSEFONI I is in prime position for the race. Refitted in 2021, the Admiral Yachts superyacht is in turnkey condition to host charter guests at the adrenalin-fuelled Monaco Grand Prix and more Mediterranean yacht charter vacations this summer.

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For those looking for more privacy during the race weekend, this can be found on her vast upper deck, which features an additional Jacuzzi, full bar and observation lounge, as well as a wealth of convivial social spaces and dining options.

PANDION PEARL

Situated trackside on the straight in Zone 1, the 44m (146ft) charter yacht PANDION PEARL is berthed at an unbeatable location for witnessing the heart-stopping action of the race.

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Accompanied by exceptional hospitality provided by Captain Jean-Marc and his dedicated crew, the luxurious Sanlorenzo yacht offers guests a sweeping selection of sumptuous living areas laid out invitingly to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere onboard. Combining sophistication and elegance, the yacht is the perfect platform to enjoy the electrified atmosphere from the comfort and ease of a trackside berth. 

Also soaking up the social atmosphere in Monaco this weekend is the 60m (196ft) SCOTT FREE and the 55m (180ft) superyacht LOON who are ready to enjoy the excitement of this year's Grand Prix.

Luxury VIP packages still available

If you are interested in getting in on the action of this year’s race and rubbing shoulders with the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, check out our in-depth article on Luxury VIP Yacht packages on offer at Monaco Grand Prix 2023 , where you discover how you could enjoy some of the best seats in the house and a host of other benefits, including helicopter transfers, GP lounge parties and exclusive F1 access.

Alternatively, check out our comprehensive Monaco Grand Prix Event Guide for all the latest information on getting the most out of your Formula One VIP experience for 2023.

Rent a yacht for the next Grand Prix event

Aside from Monaco, the only other Formula 1 circuit to feature trackside berths is the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix , which takes place at Yas Marina on 24 -26 November 2023. Set to provide a fitting finale to the Formula 1 season, the event is the perfect opportunity to charter a luxury superyacht and witness the crowning of the F1 Champion 2023. With an abundance of VIP hospitality packages and after-race entertainment on offer here too, charter guests can enjoy the race weekend in style. 

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If you wish to charter a private yacht charter for any upcoming F1 event, please contact a recommended yacht charter broker who will be happy to walk through the different options available to suit you and your guests. 

All charter yachts attending the Monaco Grand Prix 2023

Octopus yacht charter

126m Lurssen 2003 / 2021

Coral Ocean yacht charter

73m Lurssen 1994 / 2022

Titania yacht charter

73m Lurssen 2006 / 2020

Talisman C yacht charter

71m Turquoise Yachts 2011 / 2020

Force Blue yacht charter

71m Royal Denship 2002 / 2022

Katina yacht charter

60m Brodosplit 2015 / 2017

Resilience yacht charter

65m ISA 2021

Capri I yacht charter

59m Lurssen 2003 / 2017

Severin's yacht charter

55m Baglietto 2020

X yacht charter

43m Sanlorenzo 2016

Maraya yacht charter

54m CRN 2008 / 2018

Persefoni I yacht charter

54m Admiral Yachts 2012 / 2021

Hurricane Run yacht charter

53m Feadship 2009

Friendship yacht charter

53m Oceanco 2000 / 2022

joyMe yacht charter

50m Philip Zepter Yachts 2011 / 2024

R23 yacht charter

47m AMTEC 2002 / 2019

Sirocco yacht charter

47m Heesen 2006 / 2013

Lammouche yacht charter

44m Sanlorenzo 2010 / 2021

Tatiana I yacht charter

44m Bilgin Yachts 2011 / 2017

Gladiator yacht charter

45m Feadship 2010 / 2022

Costa Magna yacht charter

45m Turquoise Yachts 1983 / 2023

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44m Eurocraft Cantieri Navali 2011 / 2021

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43m Overmarine 2019

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43m CRN 2010 / 2022

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42m Benetti 2014 / 2021

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40m Sunseeker 2016

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38m Rosetti Superyachts 2021

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35m Benetti 2000 / 2016

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35m AVA Yachts 2022

Robusto

34m Custom Line 2009 / 2014

Robbie Bobby yacht charter

34m Lynx Yachts 2013 / 2018

Maximus yacht charter

30m Riva 2021

JYC yacht charter

28m Custom Line 2021

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