The world's superyachts are converging on the Principality for the F1 weekend.
Hot on the heels of the Cannes Film Festival, the Monaco Grand Prix signals the start of the Mediterranean summer. Many of the world’s greatest and most famous superyachts jostle for space both inside and outside the harbour, and the atmosphere in the Principality is electric.
Out in the bay already are yachts including the 104-metre Quantum Blue, the 77-metre Silverfast and the 85-metre Oceanco Sunrays. Inside the harbour walls are the 99-metre Feadship Madame Gu, the 82-metre RoMEA, the 55-metre Hurricane Run and the 40-metre modern classic Taransay, among others.
Also in the harbour are superyachts Salu and New Star, both 30-metre Benettis, which form part of Amber Lounge’s legendary weekend event. The Amber Lounge Celebrity Yachts offer the best of what the Monaco Grand Prix has to offer from a superyacht – trackside views and a party atmosphere with all-day champagne bar.
On Friday, Amber Lounge is once again starting the weekend of festivities with a charity fashion show, with various F1 drivers taking to the catwalk in aid of worthy charity Amber. The night also includes a silent auction with the proceeds going to charity.
On both Saturday and Sunday night Amber Lounge hosts its iconic after parties, with Hollywood and sporting celebrities rubbing shoulders with F1 royalty.