Posted October 21, 2019 in Events by Morgan Crowe

Northrop & Johnson Sales and Charter brokers, as well as staff from N&J’s distinguished global team, converged on the tiny principality for this spectacular event. In addition, Northrop & Johnson’s strategic partners NetJets, Northern Trust, Corcoran, Chai Rum, Lauderdale Marine Center and Zeelander were all in attendance at our stand and events.

Northrop & Johnson had an excellent selection of yachts on display and at anchor. In Northrop & Johnson’s display was the 236-foot (72m) Tankoa superyacht SOLO, who made her world debut at last year’s Monaco Yacht Show. Offered for sale and charter with Northrop & Johnson, this yacht made an awe-inspiring impression on everyone who stepped aboard. Also on display with Northrop & Johnson was 105-foot (32m) Nautor’s Swan sailing yacht CHILD OF LIR, who wowed visitors with her unique master stateroom that opens to the fold-out transom.

Northrop & Johnson kicked off the show with its annual Captains Meet in the Med dinner on Monday, September 23 at A’Trego. Captains joined Northrop & Johnson brokers and sponsors, Chai Rum, NetJets, Isotropic and Pelion Consulting for an evening of wining, dining and illusions by Tony Steward.

On Wednesday, September 25, the show opened and the docks filled with attendees. Throughout the show, Northrop & Johnson welcomed guests at its lavish VIP lounge located on Quai des Etats Unis. On the first day of the show, SOLO hosted NetJets and its clients aboard for a spectacular afternoon soirée. With her expansive decks and plush interior, SOLO was the perfect yacht to play host. Guests came aboard the yacht from 1 to 4 pm to enjoy cocktails and canapes as well as be captivated by the illusions performed by the world-renowned Tony Steward while enjoying music from local Monegasque musicians.

For clients wishing to visit yachts at anchor, Northrop & Johnson offered a 25-foot (7.75m) Roca Jet and a 56-foot (17m) Dutch Craft. Northrop & Johnson’s yachts at anchor included the 164-foot (50m) Mangusta charter yacht DA VINCI, 146-foot (44.8m) Sunrise superyacht DYNASTY, the 108-foot (32.99m) Benetti motor yacht LULU.

At 6 pm on Saturday, September 28, yachts blasted their horns, marking the end of the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show. Overall, Northrop & Johnson experienced a busy show. We look forward to seeing you on the docks in a different port of call soon. We hope to see you back in Monaco in 2020.

For an in-depth daily recap of the show, visit MONACO YACHT SHOW 2019 — ON THE DOCKS.

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