ACCESS TO THE SHOW
Read the sanitary measures at the Monaco Yacht Show (regularly updated according to the evolution of the pandemic).
The MYS takes place from Wednesday, September 28 to Saturday, October 01, 2022.
Wednesday Sept 28: 10am - 6:30pm (access by invitation only)
Thursday 29 and Friday 30 Sept: 10am - 6:30pm (open to all)
Saturday Oct. 1: 10 am - 6 pm (open to all)
Access to the show is allowed until 30mn before closing time.
2 VIP entrances (dedicated to Discover pass ): Quai Albert Ier and Quai des Etats-Unis.
Advise pass: dedicated to visitors whose profile is considered as a prescriber/advisor for clients of yachts.The Advise pass can access the Dockside Area on the first day of the show (note: on Wednesday, visit of the show only by invitation)
The Connect pass is dedicated to professional visitors from the yachting and luxury industries.
You must berth at the pontoons of port Hercule below to reach the entrance where you can pick up your Pass.
- Discover pass: Quai des Etats-Unis pontoon. Pass to be picked up at the VIP Entrance Discover Pass of Quai des Etats-Unis.
- C&C Lounge pass: Quai Rainier Ier pontoon. Pass to be collected at the C&C Lounge (Quai Louis II).
- Other passes: Quai Rainier Ier pontoon. Pass to be collected at the Quai Antoine Ier entrance.
If your coverage is to promotional ends for an exhibitor, you do not qualify for a Press pass.
Please ask the exhibitor to provide you with a pass.
Contact the Harbour Master's Office for further information:
Tel. +377 97 77 30 00).
Contact the person in charge of your company's participation in the MYS to find out how and where to collect your passes.
Follow the link: Press Accreditation
Press passes can be collected from the Tuesday before the show officially opens (entrance on Quai Antoine Ier, press desk).
Request for your press accreditation
For further information, please contact us at email@example.com
Please contact Laura Mangraviti, Sales & Logistics Executive, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your company is not on the list of exhibitors but is planning visuals (either physical or digital) for areas around the port, please contact us at email@example.com to discuss your project.
Write to Séverine Sciortino, Head of Private Clients & Public Relations fotr the MYS, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A personalised e-mail will be sent to the person in charge of your company's participation in the MYS.
Authorisation is granted for the exclusive purpose of promoting their participation in the show. Strict rules apply. Contact the Press Office for further information.
For other companies, particularly those not based in the European Union, the company OMM is certified to request reimbursements of VAT paid in Monaco.
LIFE IN MONACO DURING THE MYS
VISIT OF THE SHOW
The Dockside Area is the area dedicated to the afloat exhibition of superyachts and tenders.
The stands exhibit yacht builders, brokers, yacht design and naval architecture, yacht insurance, ports, marinas and yacht management companies.
Each exhibiting company is responsible for its own event and for the guest list.
Small dogs that can easily be carried in their owner's arms are permitted (on a lead at all times, and owners are asked to come equipped to clean up after their pet).
Other animals are not allowed.
Photographic or video coverage created in the Principality of Monaco (other than within the boundaries of the MYS) is subject to prior permission from the Monaco Press Centre (submit a request).
It is strictly forbidden to fly a drone in the air space of the MYS. Only the official service provider, the company MC CLIC, is authorised to operate a drone for the media needs of the Organiser of the MYS. Offenders will be fined according to article 2-2 of Monaco's Penal code.
We pledge to mention you as the author whenever your coverage is used by the MYS ("Copyright Informa Markets - produced by (your name)").
Please send your coverage to email@example.com.
2. If your client is not an exhibitor: you must purchase an entrance ticket to the show (tickets). A press pass will not be issued.
Contact the Press Office for further information.