The upcoming ECPY show on June 6 promises to be an exhilarating showcase of the finest yachts available in the South of France. Since 1993, the show has served as a major gathering point for key players in the yachting industry, providing a platform for networking, establishing new business connections and fostering a sense of community—as well as allowing our brokers to display their yachts for sale and charter.
As anticipation builds, Northrop & Johnson is thrilled to announce our participation with three of our exceptional yachts in-show.
A classic gentleman’s cruiser, the 84’ (25.8m) Feadship MONARA is on display for the very first time in the South of France. She was completely rebuilt in 2016 with unparalleled attention to detail by Feadship’s yard in Makkum and is a proud member of their heritage fleet. If you know the story of MONARA, you know she has a fascinating history; don’t miss out on seeing her in reality!
Built in 1982, SYNTHESIS 66 recently underwent major refit works at Monaco Marine. This is the first time she’ll be on display since the refit, and she looks incredible. We predict the most popular spot on board will be her breezy sun deck; well laid out with different zones for socializing and relaxing, it features two pivoting widescreen TVs, a bar, a Jacuzzi and plenty of plush seating for hanging out with the most panoramic backdrop. She is also a member of Feadship’s heritage fleet.
She is currently available for sale with Ed Dickinson and for charter with Zelda Swindell.
Elegance and modern comforts define the 85’ (25.9m) MOTEK. Built by Arcadia and launched in 2022, she has only been used privately for one season, so she’s in exceptional condition. Her interior stands out as unique: she has a beautiful, all-glass superstructure designed by Francesco Guida, allowing for uninterrupted views and shaded by a layer of solar panels. Her four cabins are all below deck, which means her social spaces are free for hosting guests and relaxing.
She is currently available for sale with Ed Dickinson.