While the fact that the sun would be shining and the famous harbour full of superyachts was always a likely scenario, Feadship successfully added plenty of fresh elements to this year’s Monaco Yacht Show. From an exclusive VIP lounge on the quay to the interactive Feadship DNA experience at the stand, there was a great deal to do for friends of Feadship during an event which attracted some 36,400 participants.
The Monaco Show is first and foremost about presenting the world’s finest superyachts, and there were many Feadships on display in and around the event. Our special golf cart service helped people get around the large show at their own time and convenience. Guests were also treated to a Feadship-spotting safari on the cool Aston Martin powerboat from Quintessence Yachts, giving them a water-side view of the various Feadships on sale via brokerage firms as well as the pair we had on official display: the 54-metre Hurricane Run and the 92-metre Aquarius.
As you can see, the latter served as a splendid backdrop of our VIP Lounge, set up in partnership with Gulfstream. This area proved very popular among owners and other invited guests looking for a peaceful place to meet and relax away from the bustle of the show.
And what a bustle it was on the quays and at the Feadship stand, where the traditional Feadship hats were swiftly snapped up to become a familiar sight throughout the principality. The latest edition of our PILOT magazine – now published annually – and the 2017 version of our FLEET pocketbook were also very much in demand.
We were also delighted with the responses at the stand to our interactive Carte Blanche Experience where visitors had the chance to embark on an intuitive journey to discover their Feadship DNA and see how their individual Feadship might look like.
For those who missed the chance in Monaco, we will be offering a second opportunity to find your Feadship DNA at the upcoming Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. More news on this event soon but we look forward to seeing you stateside from 1 to 5 November.