The Cannes Yachting Festival ends today, showing the leading water boats in Europe, which was held on the glittering Bay of Cannes ( 7-20 September )
The Cannes Yachting Festival (formerly known as the Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes), Europe’s leading in-water boat show is taking place on the glittering Bay of Cannes.
Living up to its reputation as Europe’s leading yachting festival, showcasing the latest boats from the world’s finest shipyards; the Cannes Yachting Festival welcomes a host of international exhibitors.
Exhibitors and visitors met in two exceptional French Riviera ports: “The Vieux Port” and “The Port Pierre Canto”.
Nearly 600 boats are displayed in water and on land in these two ports, included around one hundred world premieres. The shipyards offer trips out to sea so that new buyers can try out the finest yachts in the world and make an informed choice.
After a Covid-enforced cancellation in 2020, the Cannes Yachting Festival is due to return from 7-12 September 2021.
Founded in 1977, the Cannes boat show takes place in the beautiful French city every September and showcases almost 600 boats, including motor yachts, superyachts, catamarans, tenders, and sailing yachts
With the cancellation of the 2021 Dusseldorf boat show, this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival boasts a bumper fleet of 450 motor yachts and 115 sailboats. The following is our pick of the worldwide premieres.
- Absolute 60 Fly
- Astondoa AS5
- Aventura 14 Power
- Axopar 25 Cross Bow
- Azimut 53
- Azimut Grande Trideck
- Beneteau GT41
- Beneteau GT45
- Beneteau Grand Trawler 62
- Bering 70
- Bluegame BG72