The second generation of boats Monte Carlo Yachts is coming. With the hand of the Italian studio Nuvolari-Lenard (one of the partners, Dan Lenard, has just crossed the Atlantic in an incredible way) the shipyard of Monfalcone presents the new MCY 66 and the MCY 76. And if the key word for both is light, the MCY 76 amazes us with a garage dedicated to a tender. Not bad for a 23-metre boat.
MCY 76 is an evolution of the company’s first yacht and brings together ten years of design experience. This yacht retains iconic features such as the four portholes, two large and two smaller on the sides, plus long horizontal windows from the bow to the middle of the boat. This significantly increases the brightness below deck, making the shape of the hull slimmer and more attractive. The line is sinuous and slender. Above a large fly bridge from which to enjoy the boat at all times. In addition to this stylistic evolution, the shipyard also evolves in the relationship with the owner, increasing the freedom of customization. It will also be the first time that a dedicated tender garage has been built on a boat of this size.
Even without a tender, with its 20.11 metres in length, the MCY 66 is a luxury yacht that looks upwards. Like her older brother, the MCY 76, light is the most innovative element here too. The windows have the same layout we described for the 76 footer. The general line is less sinuous in the case of the MCY 66, which however maintains a very contemporary look and interesting performance: the cruise is at 24 knots, the top speed at 30 knots.
Loa: 20.11 m
Width: 5.20 m
Engine: 2 x MAN V8 (1000 hp) / 2 x MAN V8 (1200 hp)