Monaco. The billionaires’ playground. Kryptomaniacs kryptonite. Ludomaniac’s hideout. Superyacht City. Monaco is known as a great place to spend your money like crazy (and watch Formula 1 to strut the treadmill on the deck of its superyachts).
Speaking of which, you might be interested to know how much it costs to moor a superyacht in Monaco during the Monaco Grand Prix. To answer this burning question, DMARGE spoke to Istanbul-based luxury yacht manager Candaş Balci.
Balsi told us to book a fairly average berth in Monaco “for F1 week”, “about 30,000 euros” for a 35m motor yacht in a place where there is no view of the track but in the harbour . was.”
Balsi explained: “There are different parts of the marina that have different tariffs depending on where the ferry docks.”
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“If it sees the track or not, the price changes too,” Bali told us.
“The moorings for the prospect of the straight stretch for the week were around 50,000 to 100,000 euros, which is the annual mooring fee in the normal marina.”
browse something from reddit On F1’s technical page, a user posts a link to a photo that purportedly lists Monaco’s 2019 prices. The prices shown on the picture seem to more or less match the prices Balci gave DMARGE.
Image via reddit
Another Reddit user said: “My old landlord used to work at Super Yachts and also happened to introduce me to f1 so I can at least give you an updated feedback. He said that during race week. The fare for the note was around 100,000 and was usually offered as a separate “20,000 to the harbor master” transaction. He called it a bribe, but I’m not sure it’s fair of me to use his characterization.”
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forbes Again, this topic was written many years ago. They reported, “To dock at one of the most expensive marinas in the world during peak season, a superyacht owner is expected to pay up to $4,130 a night, and that’s at prime time events like Monaco.” The Grand Prix prices can up to $100,000 or more for a five-night stay at Monaco’s prime mooring.”
There are 700 berths in Monaco’s Port Hercules. According to 212 Yachts, “During the Monaco Grand Prix, the port is packed to capacity with berths booked ahead of the event.”
212 yachts It also states that you must fill out a port application form in order to secure a berth. It’s a very competitive process.
“In order to have the best chance of a successful application, it is important to submit this form as soon as possible.” 212 yachts Conditions.
“To do this, you must first select your charter yacht, as the technical data of the ship must be specified on the form. Those directly associated with Formula 1, the Monaco Grand Prix and event sponsors are being quickly prosecuted in the process. which contribute to the extremely competitive nature of the process” (212 yachts,
There you have it: you can add knowing how much a superyacht costs in Monaco to your list of superyacht knowledge (which should also include knowing what it takes to spend a week on a superyacht in the Mediterranean). What does it cost and why traveling around Europe in a superyacht is more stressful than you might think).