Fort Lauderdale 2012: Monte Carlo 76

We first saw this refreshingly innovative flybridge yacht in Cannes in 2010, where Monte Carlo Yachts made its world debut with the first MCY 76, Georgia. Built in Italy, this brand belongs to Groupe Beneteau, a French company with deep roots in the US market.
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We first saw this refreshingly innovative flybridge yacht in Cannes in 2010, where Monte Carlo Yachts made its world debut with the first MCY 76, Georgia. Built in Italy, this brand belongs to Groupe Beneteau, a French company with deep roots in the US market. Monte Carlo Yachts has its own distinctive personality within the multifaceted group and the yacht slated to appear in Fort Lauderdale this year features an ondeck galley instead of the lower-deck galley seen on European models. The foredeck is one of the yacht’s attractive features with a complete salon/dining area. Nuvolari-Lenard created the distinctive styling of this speedy 75-foot 7-inch (23-meter) yacht, with a top speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 27 knots. The hull, built in composite, was tank tested by Seaway.

FLIBS2012_MonteCarlo76

Location: F/G Dock 1, 2
LOA: 75ft. 7in. (23.05m)
Beam: 18ft. 5in. (5.65m)
Engines: 2 x MAN V8
Speed (max./cruise): 31 knots/26 knots

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