In the final days leading up to the opening of the inaugural edition of Cannes Collection, excitement is building and final entries to the show, including a number of superyachts, have been confirmed.
The new luxury show will present a range of superyachts and boats, watches and fine jewellery, contemporary art, private jets and helicopters as well as luxury lifestyle accoutrements. The official show catalogue is now available to browse online.
"The excitement is mounting and it's so wonderful to see everything come together at the Cannes Old Port," said Cannes Collection Founder Eric de Saintdo. "The docks are filling up with some truly remarkable yachts and boats, and the helicopters have been set in place. We are excited to welcome our visitors from Thursday morning.
"Over 25 superyachts have now been confirmed, including the 47m Heesen M/Y Sirocco, 50m Amels M/Y Malibu, 46m Palmer Johnson M/Y Blue Ice, 37m Benetti M/Y Mylo, three San Lorenzos between 32m and 36m, and the 35m Admiral M/Y Foam. There will also be a wide range of exciting and fast day boats and yachts on display in Cannes Old Port.
Yachting companies exhibiting include: Abys Yachting, Amer Yachts, Engel & Völkers Yachting, FIPA Group, Fjord Boats Riviera, Med Yacht, Moran Yacht & Ship, Ocean Drive, Sanlorenzo, Sea Ray, Sealine, Sunseeker France, Van Dutch France and Zephyr Yachting. Yacht and home interior designers as well as artisan decor companies will be displaying their creations and concepts during Cannes Collection, including Christofle, Ethimo, F.lli Raseto & Casareto, Fingers Style, Régis de Saintdo and Sabrina Monte-Carlo.An essential part of any jet-set lifestyle, a range of private helicopters and private jet brands will be on display at Cannes Collection this week, including a number of helicopters available for immediate purchase from Azur Hélicoptère.
More information on attending Cannes Collection as well as a full list of exhibitors is available on the event website.
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