The model is the first of a new generation of MCY Collection Yachts.
The new MCY 76 perfectly embodies Monte Carlo Yachts’ values, and the Nuvolari Lenard design emphasizes the yacht’s role as a home-away-from-home with particular attention given to wider interior volumes and enlarged exterior entertainment areas where shaped bulwarks enhance the quality of light and space across the main deck and new portholes and windows create an even more immersive relationship with the ocean and the outdoors.
“The new MCY 76 is a great achievement,” say Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard, designers. “It represents the natural evolution of everything that is beautiful about the MCY Collection and takes it further. It is unmistakably part of that family in concept, looks and design, but it is also unique in the subtle touches and enhanced spaces it offers onboard.”
The interior decoration on the new MCY 76 is unique and elegant, and makes use of geometric patterns and linear structures to bring together a living experience that is both warm and contemporary. The use of reflective materials and lacquered woods emphasizes brightness throughout the interior spaces such as in the main saloon where these elements are further enriched by glass and black marble countertops highlighted by reflective stainless steel details. These elements are softened by the natural wood flooring and vertical panels and rich fabrics, which provide a pleasant contrast to the crisp lacquered interiors. Moving to the owner cabin these elements are highlighted by the natural light pouring in from the larger portholes and reflected on the glass and mirrored surfaces.
Other defining traits of the new yacht include a carbon fiber T-Top inspired by MCY largest models featuring lateral supports for a 360° view of the seascape, and an extended Flybridge with a fully customizable lounge area and tables served by an open air galley for a private and elegant al fresco dining experience on board.