Simpson Marine Thailand division sells the 29m motoryacht to repeat client. The yacht is expected to arrive in Pattaya in Autumn 2018.
Simpson Marine Thailand division has announced the sale of MCY 96 to a repeat client. The contract is the first sale of this new model to Asia.
The yacht sales and brokerage firm concluded the sale a few weeks before the official media announcement at January’s Boot Düsseldorf.
“I’m very proud of this sale to an existing Monte Carlo Yachts owner who wished to upgrade his yacht for bigger, and naturally selected this new model MCY 96,” says Sergio Loiacono, Simpson Marine Thailand country sales manager.
“This decision shows that the attentive client approach and excellent after-sales support from the shipyard retain owners within the brand. The yacht will be launched in Monfalcone in July 2018 and we are looking forward to see her cruising through Thai waters in Autumn,” he adds.
The new MCY 96 has been designed according to the highest standards on the market and complies with RINA Pleasure or RINA Charter Class certifications.
Upon request, the new model can also be certified according to CE-A category standards to be utilized as a pleasure boat or according to MCA MGN 280.
Commenting on the new model, Carla Demaria, president of Monte Carlo Yachts, says: “The new MCY 96 represents both continuity and evolution for the MCY collection and the company. The great international success and global appeal of the MCY 105 has guided us in developing the MCY 96, which will set new standards and mark a new era of growth in the superyacht segment for Monte Carlo Yachts.”
At present, three MCY 96 units have been sold and the company says more negotiations are underway.