Arguably the 105’s finest feature is her huge flybridge. Spanning 70 square feet it has everything the Owner and family needs for a relaxing time at sea.

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High Fashion On The High Sea


In the fashion conscious world of the superyacht, the designer label-filled MCY 105 reigns supreme. 


Italy has always been the home of style. The world’s greatest fashion houses were forged in the country’s creative juices and it also happens to be where Monte Carlo Yachts made its home. Technically, as Monte Carlo Yachts is owned by the mighty Beneteau Group, the shipyard’s actually French, but as the powers-that-be instinctively knew, there’s only one country that you can really design, build and furnish a superyacht - and that’s Italy.


Founded only nine years ago, Monte Carlo Yachts set up in the coastal town of Monfalcone, just a short trip down the coast from Venice. Being a major industrial centre for the manufacturing of ships, airplanes, textiles, chemicals and refined oil, the shipyard was granted the pick of the town’s craftsmen and engineers. Also at its disposal was the renowned design duo of Nuvolari Lenard, the exterior and interior designers of the MCY 105.


Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard had already worked with Monte Carlo Yachts on its smaller range, so knew the shipyard’s stylistic DNA. Here, with the flagship, they gave her a sleek, masculine silhouette, with her steel grey hull contrasting perfectly with the gloss black detailing and the carbon fibre T-top roof. [Continued…]