Enjoy Monaco Formula One Grand Prix from a luxury yacht charter moored by the city circuit for an exciting, exclusive, and charged-up experience.
The cars are lined in the pit lane, the engines are roaring, the greenlight is going to hit any minute, the adrenaline pitches, and… go! The pit lane of Monaco Grand Prix empties in a second but the show has just begun. Watching it from a luxury yacht rented with Silver Star Yachting will be unforgettable.
The Gran Prix is held in Monaco every spring. The first race was organized on April 14, 1929: the mind behind the event, Antony Noghes, founder of the Automobile Club de Monaco (ACM), was a fan of high speed, as well as of the Principality’s exclusive atmosphere. The first true edition of the race was held on 21 May, 1950 under the auspices of the Monaco’s Royal Family. To this day, the Family loves watching the race like many other VIPs do from their boats docked in the harbor and homes overlooking the circuit.
One of the biggest and most loved sport events held in Monaco, the Formula One Grand Prix attracts an exclusive and sophisticated audience. From the flybridge of a yacht charter moored in the harbor you can watch the fastest cars in the world race before your eyes in the most exciting event of the championship.
Due to the tight corners and narrow course of Monaco’s city streets, the drivers must keep a low speed to hold the race for 78 times along the 3,500 kilometers of the circuit: driving at full speed through villas and buildings is far from easy. Why not experiencing the race at a close distance from the circuit on board a luxury yacht docked in the harbor?
Renting a luxury yacht is the best option to enjoy the race safely and from a privileged position, away from the crowd gathering at the borders of the lane. Once you have attended the exclusive parties that follow the Monaco Grand Prix, you can head to other exclusive luxury destinations of the Mediterranean on your yacht charter: just follow your heart and let it lead you to Saint Tropez, Portofino, Corsica.