FunAir is set to launch its latest yacht inflatable, the Toy Island, at this year’s edition of Monaco Yacht Show. The first model was recently delivered to M/Y Latitude as a bespoke project in anticipation of its official launch at the show this month.

The FunAir Toy Island is a brand new yacht inflatable that can attach to a superyacht as an extension of the swim platform, or be tethered to trail behind.

Designed to dock a variety of watercrafts away from the yacht so that multiple activities can happen at the same time, it can also be tethered from a secluded beach or jetty and used to securely dock watercrafts during beach days.

The Island also features a stable platform that places the toys where the guests are and provides a central seat giving users a place to rest or change safety gear between activities.

As well as the usual Jet Ski’s, Toy Island is engineered to fit foiling boards and sailboats with fins. The V shape indent has been designed to allow the user to moor their e-foil or foiling sailboat close to the Toy Island with the fin sitting safely within the V.

The Island has capacity to hold four Jet Skis or sailing dinghies, two Seabobs, two e-foils, Jet Surf or SUPS and several guests, however, it can also be fully customised depending on the client’s toy collection.

Each Toy Island will feature a set of FunAir Sea Stairs, a patented solution that allows for easy access in and out of the sea.

As an official partner of the Monaco Yacht Show, FunAir will deploy it’s Toy Island on the water outside the official Captains and Crew Lounge next to the Monaco Yacht Club next week. The Lounge’s beach will also be set up with loungers and day beds set up on the dock for captains and crew attending the show to enjoy.

FunAir featured in our recent The Superyacht Tenders Report, alongside various other innovative additions that aim to make the superyacht experience as enjoyable as possible. The Report is still available to buy here.

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