As a follow up to the news Yachts International reported last week of SYBAss (Superyacht Builders Association) and LYBRA (Large Yacht Brokers Association) withdrawing from this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, Informa, the organizers of the Show have confirmed that the show will go ahead with several amendments in place.
There has been much speculation in recent weeks about whether the Monaco Yacht Show — the world’s largest Superyacht Show—scheduled September 23-26 will— and furthermore— should take place this year.
Full-time work on S501, the 5th project in the Tankoa fleet and the third hull in its 50-meter / 164-foot all-aluminum series, has resumed after an easing of the lockdown situation in Italy.
Hull No. One of Atlantic 115 is set arrive in Fort Lauderdale August 2020.