Oktoberfest

October 2022: Ein Prosit

More than a tradition, Oktoberfest at the Yacht Club de Monaco has become an institution. In an ambiance worthy of the Bavarian brasseries, this party is organised by members from the German community and every year brings together 500 beer fans, the ladies festive in Dirndl dresses, the men in Lederhose.

Instigated by Anne-Marie Winkler and Laila Schlereth, supported by many other members of the active German community, the YCM is transformed into a big brasserie decked out in the white and blue colours of the Bavarian flag.

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+377 93 10 63 00


Smart & Sustainable Marina

25-26 September 2022
A sustainable ecosystem approach for a positive impact

Organised by Monaco Marina Management (M3), the one-day Monaco Smart & Sustainable Marina Rendezvous gathered key players in the sector, investors, developers, industrialists and innovators to promote development of eco-responsible marinas that are efficient, attractive and lively places where people want to be. The day focused on high-level discussions between decision-makers in the marina ecosystem, keen to invest in innovative solutions that meet their environmental and business challenges. The spotlight was on the most promising and most innovative solutions to encourage their take-up by the sector. Supported by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the event was hosted by Yacht Club de Monaco, a platform for promoting and exchanging views on initiatives in favour of an eco-responsible approach to yachting, at sea and ashore.

Palmares 2021

BOMBARDIER TROPHY
Terroïko, Catherine de Roincé, CEO

 

CREDIT SUISSE TROPHY
Greencity Organisation, Isabelle Gerente, CEO

 

SBM OFFSHORE TROPHY 
H2X-Ecosystems : Stéphane Paul, CEO

Coup de Coeur Prizes

HOSPITHOME
Patricia Franconi, General Manager

 

HUMINT CONSULTING
Matteo Sironi, CEO

 

CYRIAS
Chuck Hervert, CEO

 

SEAFLEX
Lars Brandt, CEO

News

#MonacoSmartMarina

Submission of applications before 1st June 2022

Invest in innovation and uniting a unique ecosystem to create virtuous marinas   Under the…

Launch of Monaco, Capital of Advanced Yachting

A collective concerted response to challenges facing tomorrow’s yachting At the 5th Monaco…

Thursday 24th March: Monaco Capital of Yachting

Monaco Ocean Week (20-25 March 2022)   Monday 21st March – The Principality of Monaco is all…

Conference

(In-person & Remotely)

E-Catalogue

Networking

- Networking Lunch
- Networking sessions
- Networking App

Awards

By Key players

Opportunities

Information

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Monaco Marina Management

Téléphone

+377 97 98 41 82


Monaco Yacht Show

28 Sept. - 1st October 2022: Yachting's flagship event!

An iconic event combining exclusivity, excellence and innovation, the Monaco Yacht Show has established itself and maintained its position over the years as the international meeting for the superyacht sector.

A rigorous selection of exhibitors ensures a top quality show, with 500 major companies in the sector represented and 105 outstanding super and mega-yachts exhibited every year.

600

Exhibitors

125

Superyachts

30000

Visitors

87%

International visitors

News

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Yachting’s future at the heart of the debate

During the Monaco Yacht Show, the Yacht Club de Monaco organised its 23rd Captains Forum in…

With an average 33,000 participants, the MYS offers a unique occasion in the year for yachting company heads to meet and discover the latest hi-tech products and luxury services.

During the four-day show, more than 80 events are organised by exhibitors in Monte-Carlo’s top luxury hotels, on board yachts and, for the first time, in the Yacht Club’s new building.

Rent an area

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+377 93 10 63 06


Superyacht Chef Competition

Next edition : April 2023

Nine superyacht chefs met at the Superyacht Chef Competition; an event organised by Yacht Club de Monaco under the aegis of its La Belle Classe Academy training centre in partnership with bluewater.

Winners

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Nicolas Petit (M/Y Latitude, 43 m)

2022

Stéphanie Gravier (M/Y Planet Nine, 73 m)

2019

Pablo Albuerne (M/Y Tales, 53 m)

2018

Podium

  • 1 - Nicolas Petit (M/Y Latitude, 43 m)
  • 2 - Micail Swindells (M/Y GO, 77 m)
  • 3 - Ivan Holmes (M/Y KJOS, 38 m)
  • 1 - Stéphanie Gravier (M/Y Planet Nine, 73 m)
  • 2 - Richard Cullen (M/Y Black Pearl, 107 m)
  • 3 - Bruno Chailan (M/Y Mimtee, 60 m)
  • 1 - Pablo Albuerne (M/Y Tales, 53 m)
  • 2 - Steeve Negouai (M/Y Black Legend, 50 m)
  • 3 - Eric Vugliano (M/Y Rola, 47 m)

News

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Service Membres

Phone Number

+377 93 10 63 00


YCM Awards - Trophée Credit Suisse

December 2022

Every year to close the season, HSH Prince Albert II pays tribute to the Club’s sailors at the YCM Awards for the Credit Suisse trophy which recognises young competitors in the Sports Section, as well as members and owner/helmsmen who are competing at the highest level.

Prizes are awarded in two categories: the YCM Youth Awards (Optimist, Laser, Kite and Nacra categories) and the YCM Awards for society members who have best defended the Club’s flag during the regatta season.

2021 awards

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Giangiacomo Serena di Lapigio

YCM Sailor of the year 2021

Mathis Duplomb

YCM Youth Award

Tomaso Polli

Special Prize

Francesco Vauban

Smeralda 888

News

#YCMAwards

Thursday 24th March: Monaco Capital of Yachting

Monaco Ocean Week (20-25 March 2022)   Monday 21st March – The Principality of Monaco is all…

Giangiacomo Serena di Lapigio recognised

YACHT CLUB DE MONACO WINTER COCKTAIL YCM AWARDS - TROPHÉE CREDIT SUISSE 2021 16th December 2021…

Perseverance and consistency rewarded. Tribute paid to Seaexplorer-Yacht Club de Monaco

Yacht Club de Monaco Winter Cocktail I YCM Awards - Trophée Credit Suisse The traditional Winter…

50%

Members' vote

25%

Public vote

25%

Sports Section

The 2020 Awards

#ycmawards

Lord Laidlaw

YCM Sailor 2020

Timofey Sukhotin

Smeralda 888

Ludovico Fassitelli

J/70

Pierrik Devic

Laser Master

Matteo Asscher

Optimist

since 2005

Past Winners

  • 2018 : Andres Soriano
  • 2017 : Pierre Casiraghi
  • 2016 : Vincenzo Onorato
  • 2015 : Vladimir Prosikhin
  • 2014 : Roberto Tomasini Grinover
  • 2013 : Valentin Zavadnikov
  • 2012 : Igor Simcic
  • 2011 : Guido Miani
  • 2010 : Daniel Meyers
  • 2009 : Nico Poons
  • 2008 : Guido Miani
  • 2007 : Gianluca Perris
  • 2006 : Klaus Peter-Offen
  • 2005 : Leonardo Ferragamo
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Palermo-Montecarlo

19-24 August 2022

Since its launch in 2005 on the initiative of Circolo della Vela Sicilia President Angelo Randazzo, the Palermo-Montecarlo quickly established itself as a Mediterranean classic, with its 500nm course that continues to attract a growing number of entrants.

For seasoned sailors like Mauro Pelaschier, Jochen Schümann, Francesco Bruni, Philippe Monnet and Brad Butterworth, four-time America’s Cup winner, it’s a race against the clock to beat the record; for others it is an adventure over several days at nights at sea with family and friends.

News

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Countdown begins

Palermo-Montecarlo The curtain has gone up on the 17th Palermo-Montecarlo which has just released…

4th title for Yacht Club de Monaco’s Guido Miani

Palermo-Montecarlo Tuesday 24th August 2021. The goal announced at the start has been achieved! It…

Breakaway from lead group 

16th Palermo-Montecarlo - 21-26 August 2021   Monday 23rd August 2021. Most of the 47 boats…

In the thick of it now 

16th Palermo-Montecarlo - 21-26 August 2021   Sunday 22nd August 2021. The first hours of this…

480 nautical miles non-stop! 

16th Palermo-Montecarlo - 21-26 August 2021   Saturday 21st August 2021. A good start for the…

48 boats on start of 16th edition

Palermo-Montecarlo - 21-26 August 2021 Saturday 21st August 2021. A 54-strong fleet had a good…

Results

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Maxi 82 Vera

Real-time winner
Trofeo Tasca d’Almerita

All results >>

Primavista

Time compensated winner
Trofeo Angelo Randazzo

All results >>

Rambler

Vainqueur en temps réel
Trofeo Tasca d’Almerita

Tous les résultats >>

Tonnerre de Glen

Vainqueur en temps compensé
Trofeo Angelo Randazzo

Tous les résultats >>

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Phone Number

+377 93 10 64 02


Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series

November 2022 - March 2023

In line with the YCM’s sailing policy, having been initiated in the Melges 20 class in 2013 at the instigation of Valentin Zavadnikov, then the J/70s, the Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series is a monthly programme of regattas and training weekends for one-design boats from December to March.

It has proved a very successful format with more than 350 sailors coming from across Europe to set up their winter training base in the Principality to prepare for the upcoming season’s big meetings.

For Monegasque teams, this Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series is their qualifier for the J/70 World Championship being organised for the first time by YCM in partnership with FxPro.

  • Act #1: 3-6 November 2022
  • Act #2: 8-11 December 2022
  • Act #3: 2-5 February 2023
  • Act #4: 2-5 March 2023 (39th Primo Cup – Trophée Credit Suisse)

News

#MSWS2023

A superb finale

38th Primo Cup – Trophée Credit Suisse & Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series – Act IV   Sunday 6th…

One design racing in the spotlight

38th Primo Cup – Trophée Credit Suisse  - Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series – Act IV Friday 4th…

Giangiacomo Serena di Lapigio (G-Spot) keeps up the pace

Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series - Act III | Tenzor International Cup 3-6 February 2022 – J/70…

Locals take control

Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series – Act III  - 3-6 February 2022 – J/70   Friday 4th February…

Worlds in their sights

Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series – Act III  - 3-6 February – J/70   Thursday 3rd February…

2022’s all about competition!

YCM sailing rendezvous   Friday 7th January 2022 – The new year kicks off a busy programme of…

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+377 93 10 64 02


Monaco Energy Boat Challenge

4-9 July 2022

Organised since 2014 by the Yacht Club de Monaco, in collaboration with the International Powerboating Federation (UIM) and Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge is unique in the world.

More than a century after the first international powerboat meetings were launched in 1904, the YCM is reviving a tradition by leaving the field wide open to innovation and the imaginations of young engineers, working hand in hand with experienced manufacturers. Their goal is to develop alternative propulsion systems, using only clean energy sources to power the yachting of tomorrow. A real technological challenge to meet the energy needs of the leisure boat and shipping industries and the accompanying environmental prerogatives.

News

#MCEBC

The alternative propulsion meeting for a carbon-free future for yachting

9th Monaco Energy Boat Challenge | 4-9 July 2022   Tuesday 3rd May 2022. As the 5th Monaco E-Prix…

Act now!

Monaco Energy Boat Challenge Meetings   The Energy Boat Challenge round table held on the…

Launch of Monaco, Capital of Advanced Yachting

A collective concerted response to challenges facing tomorrow’s yachting At the 5th Monaco…

Contact

Section Sportive

Email

energychallenge@ycm.org

Phone Number

+377 93 10 65 05


Monaco Optimist & Laser Academy

18 - 20 November 2022

In preparation for the Monaco Optimist Team Race, and keen for our young sailors to forge links with those from foreign clubs, the Yacht Club de Monaco launched the Mediterranean Monaco Optimist & Laser Academy in 2017. Combining a regatta and training, the concept allows coaches to go alongside during races to give advice and tips. An original format, it has attracted clubs from all over the world, with nearly a hundred young racers aged under 14.

News

#MOLA

A successful meeting

Monaco Optimist & Laser Academy - 19-21 November 2021 Sunday 21st November 2021. The Monaco…

Over 150 participants at the helm!

Monaco Optimist & Laser Academy - 19-21 November 2021 Friday 19th November 2021. Striving…

Great end to the season  

Optimist – World Championship-Riva del Garda  30 June-10 July 20210     Saturday 10th July…

Final rehearsal before the Big Day! 

Optimist - Trofeo Optimist d’Argento - Torbole 24-26 June 2021 Saturday 26th June 2021. The Sports…

Dress rehearsal before the Worlds 

Optimist – Meringa Cup 18-20 June 2021   Sunday 20th June 2021. Seven Optimist sailors from…

Optimist – World Championship level

XIII Trofeo Euromarina Optimist – Torrevieja – Spain – 23-26 January 2020   Sunday 26th…

Results

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Groupe Benjamin

1- Julie TRICAUD REVIL (YC Cannes)
2- Alexandra SANTELLI (YCM)
3- Charles GANIVET (C.N. VIRY CHATILLON)

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Groupe Benjamin Fille

1- Julie TRICAUD REVIL (YC Cannes)
2- Alexandra SANTELLI (YCM)
3- Alizee CHINOT (ASPTT LA ROCHELLE)

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Groupe Minime

1- Oscar BEUVRY (S R ANTIBES)
2- Frederic FLANDORFFER (Y C CANNES)
3- Raphael CHTOUNDER (S N BANDOL)

All results >>

Groupe Minime Fille

1- Alina SHAPOVALOVA (ODESSA BLACK SEA YACHT CLUB)
2- Agathe SAUGE-MERLE (CVSQ)
3- Camille VALLOTTON (CVVT)

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Groupe ILCA4

1- Noah GARCIA (YCM)
2- Emma SCHNEIDER (Y C TOULON)
3- Celeste RADULIC (LA PELLE MARSEILLE)

All results >>

Groupe ILCA6

1- Bodhi VAN DER LINDEN (YCM)
2- Mathis DUPLOMB (YCM)
3- Callum WYPER (S R ANTIBES)

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Groupe Benjamin

1- Evan Lamarche (Team ACVL)
2- Charles Trolard (Yacht Club Grande Motte)
3- Arthur Couturier (Pointe Rouge de Marseille)

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Groupe Minime

1- Zou Schemmel (SR Antibes)
2- Leonardo Bonelli (YCM)
3- Samuel Nokes (Team ACVL)

All results >>

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Section Sportive

Phone Number

+377 93 10 64 02


Porto Cervo - Monaco IMA 24H challenge

11-12 September 2022

As entries roll in for September’s Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup (4-10 September 2022), the pinnacle event of the maxi racing calendar, the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, the Yacht Club de Monaco and the International Maxi Association have joined forces to create a new event that owners and crews can use to return their Maxis to the European mainland.

The race format for the Porto Cervo-Monaco IMA 24 Hour Challenge is simple, but unique. Competitors will set sail from Porto Cervo at 11.00am on Sunday, 11 September, the day after the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup has concluded. The course will take the maxis to Monaco, but aside from this is left open.

Prize-giving will be on Monday 12th September 2022 at 7.00pm, an opportunity for owners to see all their crew again in the exclusive private setting of the YCM, before they go back out to sea heading for Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez.

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Section Sportive

Phone Number

+377 93 10 64 02