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Monaco Classic Week 2023, the world’s most beautiful vintage boats

  • Alex Giuzio
  • September 14, 2023

Guaranteed spectacle in Monaco for the Monaco Classic Week 2023 , which will entertain all boating and vintage boat enthusiasts from today until Saturday, September 16. Now in its 16th edition and titled “La Belle Classe,” Monaco Classic Week 2023 is a three-day exhibition of boats of yesteryear still sailing.

Launched in 1994 as a biennial meeting, the Monaco Classic Week is one of the most prestigious events of its kind in the world, which each year amazes and astounds the public. In fact, participating boats are admitted by invitation only, ensuring the high quality of the selection, which undoubtedly gathers some of the most beautiful boats in the world and expresses the philosophy of the art of living the sea.

The boats at Monaco Classic Week 2023

More than 130 boats will take part in Monaco Classic Week 2023. Among them will be the return of some magnificent schooners, 15-meter IR yachts and elegant Riva powerboats, as well as, of course, many other vintage sailing and motor boats. To kick things off, Tuiga , the flagship of the Yacht Club de Monaco, will join the other two 15M IR yachts, The Lady Anne and Mariska, for an inaugural regatta, while the Jury, chaired by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, will begin its inspection for the ‘La Belle Classe Restoration’ Prize. Its aim is to ensure that these boats will stand the test of time, faithful to the original design.

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But the names on the parade at Monaco Classic Week 2023 do not end there, each with its own charm and history. For example, we cannot fail to mention O’Remington. the schooner owned by Lord Remington, a wealthy American heir. Illustrious names like Federico Fellini, Luchino Visconti, Marcello Mastroianni and Maria Callas went on board. Visitors can also admire Naema (40.59m). This faithful replica of Alfred Mylne’s Panda left the Camper & Nicholson yard in 1938. Offered as a gift to King Bao Da of Anam (Vietnam) by the French government the boat found refuge in Toulon after the French withdrew from Indochina in 1954. Sold to the American Bill Bodle in 1979, Panda then left for the West Indies. In 1983, a fire on board almost destroyed her. But fortunately for us, it was rebuilt according to the original design.

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Last but not least, Thelas , the motor yacht built in 1936 by De Vries Lentsch from the architect Norman Hart’s drawings. With a length of 18meters, Thelas won the first edition of the Pavillon d’Or in 1937, the inaugural race for cruisers. Requisitioned in 1944 by the British Admiralty, she took part in the Normandy landings and now belongs to Italian architect Corrado Lopresto, famous for having one of the most important classic car collections in the world. Today, Thelas is the official yacht for the CIM (Comité International de la Méditerranée).

The photo exhibition

In addition to the parade of these fascinating vintage boats, Monaco Classic Week 2023 will feature celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Prince Rainier III , founder of the Monaco Yacht Club in 1953. To celebrate it, the event will feature an exclusive exhibition dedicated to some of the beautiful boats owned by the prince himself, a man who deeply loved the sea and boating. Entitled ‘ The Prince and the Sea ’, the retrospective is open to the public until Saturday, September 16 and traces 15 boats from Prince Rainier’s wonderful photographic collection. The full Monaco Classic Week 2023 program can be found at www.monacoclassicweek.com .

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15th Monaco Classic Week: Art de Vivre sailing and motor

15th Monaco Classic Week: Art de Vivre sailing and motor

Time for Yacht Club de Monaco to celebrate as it prepares to welcome a fleet of the finest for the 15th Monaco Classic Week – La Belle Classe . Period motor-yachts, vintage sailing yachts, 12’ Dinghies and vintage motorboats will be dropping anchor in the Principality. Nearly 120 years after the first powerboat meetings, tradition burns brightly in Monaco. A bespoke nautical, cultural and social programme has been arranged for owners and crews. The general public who love these meetings can stroll at their leisure round the quays to see what the Village of exhibitors has to offer (painters, photographers, marine craftsmen, boatyards, sculptors, YCM’s Boutique) that opens Wednesday 8th September at 12 noon and visit the exhibition ‘Powerboat Meetings in the Albert I of Monaco era – Yacht Club de Monaco’s collection restored’ (free entry).

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Where elegance reigns

Held every two years since its launch in 1994, Monaco Classic Week quickly established itself as a not to be missed event on the international traditional yachting calendar. A classic in its own right it combines heritage, elegance and Art de Vivre sprinkled with a glamour to which only the Principality has the secret. Between challenges at sea, literary meetings, a dozen stands on the quay and parties, the event appeals to all the senses, including the palette with the popular Chefs Competition and its jury chaired this year by Mauro Colagreco.

Participating for the first time is the Hydravion Club de Monaco. A Cessna C305 seaplane will be taking off from Como to fly to the Principality and land on the sea amidst the classic boat fleet, a reminder of the industrial revolution that invaded the Principality at the turn of the 19th / 20th century which saw a succession of early seaplanes being put through their paces on the sea off Monaco.

Living maritime heritage

An exclusive line-up of around 30 selected vintage yachts, built before 1950, will gather for this 15th edition, including Viola (1908), winner of the 2017 Monaco Classic Week Trophy. After coming first at the 21st Noirmoutier Classic in Vendée early August, Kostia Belkin’s magnificent gaff cutter has just returned from the Balearics where she also won the 17th Copa del Rey Vela Clàssica.

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Alongside will be two spectacular gaff schooners, a breathtaking sight with all sails set, Orion of the Seas (1910) and Puritan (1930), winner of the 2019 Monaco Classic Week, and not forgetting the 15M IR yachts still sailing: Tuiga (1909), The Lady Anne (1912) and Mariska (1908). A dozen motor-yachts including SS Delphine (79m) celebrating her 100th anniversary, a fleet of 12’ Dinghies and 20 Riva and Chris Craft motorboats will also be at the party. All will participate in the nautical events that include an elegance contest, a Grand Finale parade on the Saturday at 4.00pm, and of course the coveted La Belle Classe Restoration prize judged by a jury chaired by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston who will be verifying how far each boat conforms to its original plans.

Chefs Competition for gourmets

Chaired by the three-Michelin star chef Mauro Colagreco, voted Best Chef 2020 by his peers and supervised by Simon Ganache, Executive Chef for banquets at Yacht Club de Monaco, the jury comprises Michelin-star Chef Alain Llorca, represented by Jean Michel-Llorca, Chef Phillipe Joannes, Meilleur Ouvrier de France 2000 and Director of Culinary Events at SBM, represented by Ken Thomas, Frédéric Ramos, Executive Chef at Novotel Monte-Carlo, David Alves, Corporate Executive Chef for the Joël Robuchon International group and Alexis de Labarthe – Head of Prestige at Glenmorangie. Under their watchful eyes, contestants will be gleaning new ideas for guests onboard, in a set time and from a basket of ingredients.

‘Land and Sea’ is the theme exercising chefs’ minds and palettes with, for the starter, produce such as Wagyu beef and King Crab, and for the main dish black cod, carabineros and octopus. And to further enhance their dishes contestants need to incorporate Glenmorangie’s 10-year-old The Original whisky.

It will therefore be an ideal opportunity for this prestigious Scottish distillery, producing single malt whiskies in the Highlands, to officially present Glenmorangie Tuiga, a limited edition 25-year-old whisky (250 numbered bottles) as a tribute to the YCM flag ship’s Scottish roots. Owners at Monaco Classic Week will have the privilege of attending a private, very exclusive tasting.

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Tribute to Prince Albert I

In partnership with the Comité Albert Ier-2022, YCM hosts an exhibition entitled ‘Powerboat Meetings in the Albert I of Monaco era – Yacht Club de Monaco’s collection restored’. Comprising 60 documents (lithographs, posters, photographs, restored old postcards), recently restored and on public display for the first time, the exhibition is part of the centenary commemorations of the death of Prince Albert I of Monaco (1922 – 2022).

A week of passions and maritime history, with two new books (L’Entreprenant Monsieur Mégevet 1874-1932 and Puritan – the Portrait of an American Queen) plunging us back into the elegant relaxing ambiance of early 20th century.

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From September 8th to 11th, the Yacht Club de Monaco hosted its 15th Monaco Classic Week and offered a journey through time to discover the Principality’s rich nautical heritage.

Written by : Aurore Teodoro – Photos: Studio Borlenghi et Mesi / Yacht Club de Monaco

Through a happy coincidence, the biennial Monaco Classic Week (MCW) has escaped the vicissitudes of the Covid-19. No cancellations, no postponements. After its traditional year off, the event organized by the Yacht Club de Monaco (YCM) was back in September for a slightly more intimate edition, due to the pandemic. “We have selected the boats. We wanted to make it more convivial rather than having a large fleet of boats, which we knew would be a bit difficult to do anyway. We chose to present older boats, with only wooden masts”, explained Thierry Leret, the event director and manager of La Belle Classe Tradition at the YCM, before reminding: “Our characteristic is to have motor-yachts, power boats, sailboats.” In total, there were 79 boats, including 9 motor-yachts, 20 Dinghies 12′ (the first one-design sailboat of 12 feet), 17 power boats and 33 classic boats divided into four classes: “The big boats, whose deck length is over 23 m. We also had boats from the ‘Vintage Marconi’, which are over 50 years of age with jib-headed sails, known as Bermudan, and those from the ‘Vintage Gaff’ with square-rig sails. As for the classics, these are boats over 25 but under 50 years of age”, Thierry Leret explained. And this beautiful armada welcomed a few regulars, like the magnificent century steam yacht old SS Delphine, whose godmother is none other than Princess Stéphanie, the MCW winners 2017 & 2019, Viola (1908) and Puritan (1930), Moonbeam III (1903) or Orion (1962), present at the very first edition in 1984. And let’s not forget Tuiga (1909), the YCM flagship, and her sisterships Mariska (1908) and The Lady Ann (1912).

A year of novelties

After a beautiful 2019 edition placed under the Star-Spangled banner, this year honored heritage and history. This theme is no coincidence as the Principality is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the death of Prince Albert Ist (1848-1922), its “Navigator Prince”, whose pioneering character, oceanographic explorations and passion for science played a major role in shaping the country and its yachting. For the occasion, the MCW hosted for the very first time an exhibition entitled ‘Powerboat Meetings in the Albert Ist of Monaco era – Yacht Club de Monaco’s collection restored’, which contained nearly sixty objects – medals, lithographs, posters, photographs, old postcards … – the public had never seen before. The result of a year’s work, led by Caroline Magro, the head of the YCM heritage department, that involved “documentation, inventory, restoration and coordination of this rehabilitation campaign. We also produced a five-minute documentary on the restoration process, an application on tablet with enriched contents to go further in the discovery of the collection. There were also all the stenographic part and the writing of contents” . To make another nod, a 1952 hydroplane Cessna C305, from the Aeroclub of Como, landed in the Monegasque bay before joining the YCM pontoon. A unique event, organized with the very young Hydravion Club of Monaco, “Let’s not forget the history of power boats is deeply connected to that of the seaplanes” , Thierry Leret reminded.

Among the novelties, there was also this Friday spent in Cala del Forte. Monaco’s third port, officially inaugurated last July, welcomed the crews of the sailing boats for lunch: “It was nice to make a nod and bring historical boats to a completely modern port, which has just opened and thus has no history, and in a way to fill with life this marina with nautical activities” , the event manager said. Especially since the day, which included a round-trip regatta of 7,9 nautical miles (14.6 km) separating the two ports, provided great sailing conditions for the crews of the sailboats. “We had strong conditions, from 20 to 25 knots. There were some damages, including a dismasting… It’s always a bit tricky because these boats are a bit like Stradivarius. They are old wooden boats, fragile, just restored, almost museum pieces. Racing on them is already a bit of a challenge. In extreme conditions, it’s a bit crazy, but they are all passionate, unreasonable people who are very proud to sail in these conditions.” These conditions, unfortunately, prevented the power boats and the Dinghies 12′ to be part of the trip. “The sea was too choppy. The sailboats are more seaworthy and were able to make it. But it was too delicate or the power boats, plus it would have been uncomfortable” , the race director explained.

The Classic Week “license”

The day before, for the first day of the regatta, the Monegasque bay – known for the whims of Aeolus – had already offered rough sea conditions, leading the race committee to cancel the sailboats and dinghies regattas. “We have to be reasonable; we are not here to break boats either”, the race director underlined. However, moping around or going back to the hotel was out of the question. After these past few months, many of the participants were happy to stay ashore to catch up, while the waterbody hosted a few activities. Some crew members swapped their official outfits for swimsuits to take part in an improvised paddle contest, under the unbridled cheers of their crew members and the other sailors. A perfect way to keep everyone busy and happy, while a few meters away, power boats also took advantage of the safety of the port to have the maneuverability contest, before a crowd of enthusiasts and curious on the wharf. A moment “with a good spirit” , as Steve Sandrin, in charge of the activities of the power boats, confided. “To show off and for their fun too, we ask them to compete. There is the maneuverability event which consists in several tests. There is first ‘a man overboard’, which requires to pretend someone has fallen overboard and manoeuvre to retrieve them. Then there’s the mooring technique, where the boat has to get to a buoy, to catch it as if she wanted to moor and the last one is a reverse on about 30 metres, knowing that, backwards, these boats are not the straightest!” And the next day, while their companions were in Cala del Forte, the power boats who remained in Port Hercules participated in the first “Classic Week license”. “This ‘license’ was an initiative of our General Secretary, M. D’Alessandri, and mixed both cultural questions, on boats, on maneuverability obviously to make a little wink. There was also some on maritime knowledge,” Thierry Leret explained.

Elegance and restoration awarded

The highlight of the event was on the Saturday. After a busy day of regattas for the Dinghies 12′ and the elegance contest, all the participants took part in the parade the Oceanographic Museum to the Larvotto, led by the SS Delphine. “L’Art de vivre la mer”, so dear to the YCM, in all its glory. As this is first the essence and specificity of the event. “ The Monaco Classic Week is not a gathering during which the boats only race,” recalled the manager of La Belle Classe Tradition. “We promote the work of maintenance and restoration as close as possible to the original, the crew’s knowledge of naval etiquette, but also the owner, the captain or the shipyard preserving these boats. Because it would be easier to have a modern unit or to make them comfortable. Owning a wooden boat, with all the maintenance, varnish and care it requires, is complicated. We must honor and acclaim them to restore old units to pass them on to future generations” , Thierry Leret underlined. To honor this heritage, the MCW also has a few contests, like the Chefs competition, led this year by Mauro Colagreco (Mirazur), or the elegance one, which focuses on the style, class and harmony of the boats and their crew. Each boat was thus inspected by a jury of specialists for the restoration competition, chaired this year by the famous British sailor Sir Robin Knox-Johnston. And the Fife-design Bermudan yawl Mariella (1938) of Carlo Falcone won the Monaco Classic Week Trophy 2021. Iran in the vintage motorboats, Blue Bird 1938 in the motor-yachts and the gaff cutter Olympian (Gardner 1913) were also awarded with the restoration prize. As for the elegance prize, it was won by Iran, the motor yacht Istros (1954) and the sailboat Viola (Fife 1908).

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Monaco Classic Week, Sept 13-16, 2023

Dear Members – This is the call for Members interested in joining the Manhattan Yacht Club Team for Monaco Classic Week 2023. This prestigious international event is organized every two years by Yacht Club de Monaco. The dates will be Sept 13 to 16, 2023. We will be fielding both a “Racing” and a “Social” Team. This will likely be one of the greatest regattas of your life.

Start your journey by watching the official videos of the last two Monaco Classic Weeks before COVID:

2019 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9PEY2aOreQ

2017 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtZgAwuScgc

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Photo: HSH Prince Albert welcomes the Manhattan Yacht Club team up on stage during the 2019 Prize Giving. MYC gave a cheer to thank Yacht Club de Monaco for their great hospitality.

Our Plans for 2023

In 2023, we plan to charter the 15 Meter “Mariska” (D1). This will give us the long-anticipated privilege of racing head-to-head with Yacht Club de Monaco’s flagship Tuiga (D3).

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Photo: Mariska (D1) and Tuiga (D3) race side by side.

To begin this journey, you should learn more about the history of Mariska and the 15 Meter class. Here are some links:

Yacht Info – https://monacoclassicweek.com/en/portfolio/mariska-en/

Four 15 Meters Racing Together – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DF8odJhvWc

Restoration of Mariska – http://www.mariska1908.com/pdfDoc/doc_1402497299_fr.pdf

Mariska 1908, This is How We Do it –   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mN-usBGf3g

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Photo: Our Manhattan Yacht Club team consists of two parts, the Race Team and the Social Team.

Who Can Participate

This invitation is for Manhattan Yacht Club members. Members may also bring guests who are approved by the Club.

Manhattan Yacht Club has been fortunate to have a long-standing relationship with the Yacht Club de Monaco. This dates back to the 1980s when our Commodore, as well as the President and General Director of Yacht Club de Monaco, were all younger men. This grand relationship has continued over many years and continues to deliver incredible opportunities such as racing in Monaco Classic Week. This is a statement of the core sailing values of both of our clubs as well as the importance of being good and distinguished guests.

Being part of Monaco Classic Week, especially on the scale and intimacy of the Manhattan Yacht Club team, is a unique privilege. Members participating in 2023 stand on the shoulders of, and owe gratitude to, the many members who went before them.

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Photo: Bernard d’Alessandri, General Director of Yacht Club de Monaco (raising hand), presents a plaque to the Manhattan Yacht Club in 2019.

Participation on the 2023 Manhattan Yacht Club Team is open up to all Club Members. Members may also invite guests subject to the approval of our Commodore. In 2017, the Manhattan Yacht Club team was approximately 30 people strong. In 2019, we were 35 people strong.

In 2023, the Manhattan Yacht Club Team will again consist of two groups: the “Race Team” and the “Social Team.”

The Race Team will be made up of sailors who will crew Mariska and sail her around the course each day. We expect to have 12 Race Team members on the boat each day. Spots on the Race Team are open to Members and guests with sufficient sailing and racing experience. You would apply to the Commodore to be on the Race Team.

The Social Team will be made up of all other members and guests who want to participate and experience the glamour and magic of Monaco. The duties of the Social Team are to enhance the friendly and fun-loving reputation of the Manhattan Yacht Club. You do this by socializing and celebrating life with our team and all the other international sailors throughout each evening.

The Race Team must go to bed as at a reasonable hour after being out on the race course all day. When our Race Team heads to bed, our Social Team kicks into high gear and continues the celebrations on behalf of Manhattan Yacht Club. Your mission is to visit as many of the parties and gatherings on the various yachts, as possible each evening and night. Your duty is to represent MYC well and keep all of the other racing sailors, especially those on Tuiga, up throughout the night! Remember, we represent the “City that Never Sleeps.”

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Photo: In 2009, Manhattan Yacht Club raced on Moonbeam III (88).

Schedule of Events

Monaco Classic Week will begin on Wednesday, September 13 with a warm-up race for the 15 Meters at 1 pm and the Opening Cocktail Party at 7 pm. Formal racing will be Thursday, Friday & Saturday. The Prize Giving and Closing Cocktail Party will be Saturday, September 16 at 7 pm.

Each day usually follows the same format: espresso at Yacht Club de Monaco early in morning. This is mostly for racing sailors. Then the yachts head out to the race course until mid-afternoon. The Social Team can wake at a leisurely pace and go sightseeing or charter a powerboat to go watch the races.

When the yachts return from racing, our entire team is encouraged to gather at the quay, help catch the lines and then come onboard (shoes off first please). Each member of the Social Team is requested to bring one bottle of chilled rose wine from the Yacht Club de Monaco Sports Bar. Drinks, toasts and laughter happen onboard our racing yacht as the whole team comes together.

After everyone has quenched their thirst and all the stories have been told, we retire to our hotels to refresh and prepare for the evening festivities. These usually revolve occur at the Yacht Club, although we will also have two gatherings off site. After the official events end at the club, sometimes individual yachts host private parties for their favorite friends. These are often the most special moments.

In addition to these daily events and events detailed in the regatta program, our Club will, by ancient tradition, organize two more events at which all team members are encouraged to join. These are:

“The Manhattan Yacht Club Toast” Wednesday at 5:30 pm at the Bar American in the Hotel de Paris. From the very first expedition of Manhattan Yacht Club to Yacht Club de Monaco in 1991, we have begun each visit by gathering as a team at the Bar American at the Hotel de Paris for a champagne toast. Commodore Fortenbaugh was following the tradition of his ancestor E. B. Wall, an expatriate American who lived a grand life in France and passed away in Monaco in 1941. As you walk in the door of the hotel, you will see the equestrian statue of Louis XIV. Please be sure to rub the knee as tradition holds this brings good luck. When you arrive at Bar American, please join the table and each two people should order a bottle of champagne. This is an hour-long celebration and from here we head to Yacht Club de Monaco for the Opening Cocktail at 7 pm.

“The Manhattan Yacht Club Team Dinner” Friday, time and location to be determined. From the very first expedition of Manhattan Yacht Club to Yacht Club de Monaco in 1991, we have begun each visit by gathering as a team at the Bar American at the Hotel de Paris for a champagne toast. When you arrive, please order a bottle of champagne and then join the table. This is an hour long celebration, and from here, we head to Yacht Club de Monaco for the Opening Cocktail at 7 pm.

“The Winning Tradition” There is one more tradition which does not happen each time we visit Monaco. But if it does, we all need to be ready. If we WIN a race, then after our celebratory rose wine toasts on the yacht, we all disembark and walk up the hill to the Café des Paris where we order the winner’s celebration of Steak Tartare. This has occurred and the tradition cemented in history started with several victories in the 1991 International Yacht Club Challenge. We hope this tradition comes true again in 2023.

“The Bottle of Champagne Bet” Our sporting relationship with Yacht Club de Monaco began in 1988 When our Commodore and YCM’s General Director bet “a bottle of champagne per race” during the Tour de France a la Voile. This tradition continues until the modern day, albeit, the size of the bottle has grown in size.

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At the end of the regatta, the Manhattan Yacht Club team on Mariska will gather with the Yacht Club de Monaco team on Tuiga and the winner will open the bottle. Sharing life is what is important. And we are racing with, not against our great friends. This is one of the great privileges of life.

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Photo: Opening the great bottle of champagne to celebrate life, friendship and sporting competition. We all drank together and the full Manhattan Yacht Club team and the full Yacht Club de Monaco team took full glasses and kept celebrating late into the night!

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Photo: Our race gear for 2019 when we sailed 12 Meter French Kiss.

Team Uniforms

It is of the utmost importance that our team be dressed in accordance with the traditions of this splendid regatta. There is nothing too fancy, nor too outlandish when you represent the Manhattan yacht Club at Yacht Club de Monaco. But it is important that our team presents a cohesive, elegant and dignified image to our fellow yachting sailors. With this in mind, there will be two gear kits:

Race Team Gear – For all sailors racing onboard Mariska, there will be Race Gear, sourced by the club, which will consist of a shirt, shorts, shoes and hat. The gear will be embroidered with our club burgee, the American flag as well as other relevant logos. The Race Gear must be worn at all times while sailing onboard Mariksa. Each racing sailor is responsible for the cost of their own gear package.

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Photo: Monaco Classic Week includes competitions both on and off the water! You can never be overdressed in Monaco.

Social Team Gear – For evening events, the entire team is asked to dress in the “Manhattan Yacht Club” style. This means: • Black reefer jacket (for officers as well as 12 Meter Syndicate Members) or navy blazer • Manhattan Yacht Club tie or scarf • White pants, dress or skirt • White bucks or shoes • Our Regatta hat

The women members of our team are given additional latitude, in case they choose to sport something super stylish or great. Likewise, men have a similar latitude. But generally, everyone should conform to the proper Manhattan Yacht Club protocols, especially if you wish to be invited to any of the special and impromptu occasions which may unexpectedly.

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Photo: Part of the Manhattan Yacht Club team sitting on the quay and waiting for the return of Tuiga in 2019.

Pooling of Resources

In the past, Manhattan Yacht Club members have pooled resources to raise the budget necessary to participate in Monaco Classic Week. In 2023, we will implement this model again. The costs to charter Mariska is expected to be in the 35,000 EUR range with gratuities. Other incidentals will bring the total to 40,000+ EUR. In 2019, the Manhattan Yacht Club team consisted of 35 Members and Guests. Twelve were part of the Race Team and another 23 made up our social team. For 2023, we plan to raise the budget in this manner:

Race Team – MYC is creating 12 “seats” on our Racing Team. Each “seat” represents a spot on the boat each day. One Member will oversee each seat and make a contribution of $3,200 towards the MYC regatta budget. The Member in charge of the seat will decide who uses that seat each day. For example, two Members can get together to underwrite one seat and then figure out among themselves who sails on which day. Please keep in mind that this is sailing and there is no guarantee racing will take place any day. There can be too much wind or too little. Since we are entering the yacht in the regatta, we assume the weather risk.

Social Team – The Social Team in not limited in size but expected to be around 15 to 25 people. Each member of the Social Team will make a contribution of $350 towards the MYC regatta budget. Plus the Social Team is tasked with “keeping the racers in rose” upon returning to dock each day.

Where to Stay

There are several hotels within walking distance of Yacht Club de Monaco. The Fairmont is one of the closest. There are also AirBnBs located in the area or just outside the Principality. Please keep in mind that some of the social events may run late so staying closer to the Yacht Club can be beneficial. Yacht Club de Monaco sometimes has special rates at hotels for this regatta although the allocation of hotel rooms does fill up quickly.

Transportation

Some airlines have flown direct to Nice before COVID. There are trains, buses and also a helicopter from Nice to Monaco. You can also fly through any other city like Paris to make a multiple stop journey.

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Biennial event celebrating vintage boats

First held in 1994, Monaco Classic Week took shape from an idea of the Yacht Club de Monaco to mark the first motor-boat meetings of 1904 and to celebrate ten years at the helm of Club President Prince Albert II.

Nowhere else do we see together in one harbour the full spectrum of boats of yesteryear, from the small recreational craft to the luxury units: a serene fleet of classic yachts led by the Club’s flagship Tuiga, powerboats whose steam-powered whistles resound around the port in concert with the back-firing of super-charged runabouts, alongside those symbols of a certain  art de vivre  that yesteryear’s motor-yachts represent.

This is a festival at sea and ashore that stretches all along Quai Antoine 1er. For a whole week, everyone is racing, parading and preparing exquisite meals. One of the big attractions of Monaco Classic Week is that the harbour does not empty with the departure of the classic yachts each day. A jury composed of princesses and artists selects the most elegant crew, not only in what they wear but how they behave in applying the rules of naval etiquette.

Between tradition and the art de vivre la mer lifestyle, this is a week for strolling along the southern quay of Port Hercule to enjoy the ambiance of those early 20th century meetings.

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Many of the finest classic yachts afloat gather at the Yacht Club de Monaco for the return of the Monaco Classic Week . The event is now in its 15th year. La Belle Classe, a title which was won by the John Alden schooner PURITAN in 2019, sees period sailing and motor yachts, vintage dinghies and vintage motorboats dropping anchor in the iconic Monaco harbour. Various events will be held during the course of the week, including the traditional regatta among the sailing yachts, with schooners  Orion of the Seas and  Puritan  leading the charge. One of the many highlights of the show is the exhibition of 'Powerboat Meetings in the Albert I of Monaco Era –  Yacht Club de Monaco's Collection Restored', which is the theme of this year’s event. The exhibition will showcase sixty works from the collection of racing motor boats during the era of the reign of Prince Albert I  of Monaco (1904-1923), Many will be shown to the public for the very first time. A documentary film will allow visitors to discover the stages of the restoration campaign.

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On the water, the 2017 trophy winner Viola  (1908) will race among many of her usual competitors in the smaller boat classes. In additional the 15m class will be represented by  Tuiga  (1909),  The Lady Anne  (1912) and  Mariska  (1908). Certainly an event worthy to be on every charter itinerary, if you happen to be cruising near Monaco. Our IYR charter team are busy with September yacht charters and there are some super yachts available, so please do get in touch [email protected] .

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I first met Carl Allen after hurricane Dorian had ravaged the Bahamas. He’d just donated the use of his industrial-grade 182-foot-long Yacht Support Vessel AXIS to facilitate significant personal hurricane relief efforts in the Abacos.

During that first meeting I was impressed and inspired by how much Allen and his family care about the Bahamas. But I was also intrigued and wondered why a successful American businessman would need such a serious support vessel in the Bahamas? Back then, all he would say was… “We like to search for stuff underwater.”

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Since then I found out what he was searching for. Turns out he and his Allen Exploration team have found and recovered a significant collection of priceless artifacts from the Spanish shipwreck Nuestra Señora de las Maravillas which sank in 1656 off the northern Bahamas.

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The shiny 5-foot, 9-inch-long solid gold chain that weighs nearly two full pounds usually gets the most attention. But that’s only one piece. Other priceless and historically significant discoveries they’ve made include: a gold pendant with the Cross of Santiago, second gold pendant that features a Cross of St. James over a large Colombian emerald, silver bars weighing up to 60 pounds, hundreds of silver and gold coins, numerous loose gems, and countless other artifacts including weapons and pottery.

And the cool thing is since his Allen Exploration team has not only found lots of priceless artifacts, they’ve also built the Bahamas Maritime Museum in Freeport, Grand Bahama to conserve, study and share their discoveries with the world.

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So, I wasn’t surprised when I heard that he and his Allen Exploration team had been nominated to win an award to be presented by The Explorers Club in collaboration with Yacht Club de Monaco during the club’s 13 th Environmental Symposium held in Monaco earlier this year. And frankly, I wasn’t surprised when his Serene Highness, Prince Albert II of Monaco presented Allen with the Explorer Award in Adventure and Environmental Ethics in a ceremony highlighting the intersection of adventure and environmental stewardship.

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The way Allen and his team have worked with the Bahamian government to find, recover, study, conserve and share such important historical artifacts with the world shows just how powerful public-private partnerships can be when it comes to underwater exploration and conservation.

“We are immensely proud to receive this recognition from the Yacht Club de Monaco and Prince Albert II,” said Carl Allen. “Our work in The Bahamas reflects our dedication to uncovering the past and preserving our marine environment for future generations.”

The award underscores Allen Exploration’s commitment to ethical exploration practices that respect historical significance and environmental integrity. Their efforts go beyond recovery and include extensive education programs for Bahamian school children to promote maritime heritage.

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“I got a little emotional when Prince Albert presented the award to me,” Allen said. “I realized that the being honored that way shows that we are changing the perceptions about the type of treasure hunting that we are doing in the Bahamas and elsewhere. By working with the government, we’ve been able to save artifacts that will eventually turn into sand they are just left where they sank. And better still these artifacts can make a positive difference for the Bahamas and the world.”

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Congratulations Carl. And honor well deserved!

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Zvenigorod's most famous sight is the Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery, which was founded in 1398 by the monk Savva from the Troitse-Sergieva Lavra, at the invitation and with the support of Prince Yury Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod. Savva was later canonised as St Sabbas (Savva) of Storozhev. The monastery late flourished under the reign of Tsar Alexis, who chose the monastery as his family church and often went on pilgrimage there and made lots of donations to it. Most of the monastery’s buildings date from this time. The monastery is heavily fortified with thick walls and six towers, the most impressive of which is the Krasny Tower which also serves as the eastern entrance. The monastery was closed in 1918 and only reopened in 1995. In 1998 Patriarch Alexius II took part in a service to return the relics of St Sabbas to the monastery. Today the monastery has the status of a stauropegic monastery, which is second in status to a lavra. In addition to being a working monastery, it also holds the Zvenigorod Historical, Architectural and Art Museum.

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Located near the main entrance is the monastery's belfry which is perhaps the calling card of the monastery due to its uniqueness. It was built in the 1650s and the St Sergius of Radonezh’s Church was opened on the middle tier in the mid-17th century, although it was originally dedicated to the Trinity. The belfry's 35-tonne Great Bladgovestny Bell fell in 1941 and was only restored and returned in 2003. Attached to the belfry is a large refectory and the Transfiguration Church, both of which were built on the orders of Tsar Alexis in the 1650s.  

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To the left of the belfry is another, smaller, refectory which is attached to the Trinity Gate-Church, which was also constructed in the 1650s on the orders of Tsar Alexis who made it his own family church. The church is elaborately decorated with colourful trims and underneath the archway is a beautiful 19th century fresco.

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is the oldest building in the monastery and among the oldest buildings in the Moscow Region. It was built between 1404 and 1405 during the lifetime of St Sabbas and using the funds of Prince Yury of Zvenigorod. The white-stone cathedral is a standard four-pillar design with a single golden dome. After the death of St Sabbas he was interred in the cathedral and a new altar dedicated to him was added.

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Under the reign of Tsar Alexis the cathedral was decorated with frescoes by Stepan Ryazanets, some of which remain today. Tsar Alexis also presented the cathedral with a five-tier iconostasis, the top row of icons have been preserved.

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is located between the Tsaritsa's Chambers of the left and the Palace of Tsar Alexis on the right. The Tsaritsa's Chambers were built in the mid-17th century for the wife of Tsar Alexey - Tsaritsa Maria Ilinichna Miloskavskaya. The design of the building is influenced by the ancient Russian architectural style. Is prettier than the Tsar's chambers opposite, being red in colour with elaborately decorated window frames and entrance.

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Palace of Tsar Alexis

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The Palace of Tsar Alexis was built in the 1650s and is now one of the best surviving examples of non-religious architecture of that era. It was built especially for Tsar Alexis who often visited the monastery on religious pilgrimages. Its most striking feature is its pretty row of nine chimney spouts which resemble towers.

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    Monaco Classic Week, Sept 13-16, 2023. Dear Members - This is the call for Members interested in joining the Manhattan Yacht Club Team for Monaco Classic Week 2023. This prestigious international event is organized every two years by Yacht Club de Monaco. The dates will be Sept 13 to 16, 2023.

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    Biennial event celebrating vintage boats. featured in Events calendar Updated 16 June 2022. First held in 1994, Monaco Classic Week took shape from an idea of the Yacht Club de Monaco to mark the first motor-boat meetings of 1904 and to celebrate ten years at the helm of Club President Prince Albert II. Nowhere else do we see together in one ...

  17. Monaco Classic Week

    Monaco Classic Week 09/13/2023 (All day) to 09/16/2023 (All day) This biennial event, which is the first gathering in the world to honour sailing and motor boats, bears witness to the Yacht Club de Monaco' s unfailing attachment to the maritime heritage of sailing.

  18. MONACO CLASSIC WEEK

    Some fo the world's finest classic yachts gather in Monaco for the Classic Week. Our IYR yacht charter team can prepare special itineraries, and last minute September yacht charters, to take advan...

  19. Two seconds for YCM

    More than 40 yachts from nine nations made the trip to Porto Santo Stefano for the 23rd Argentario Sailing Week. Yet again Yacht Club de Monaco was well represented by talented members with Massimiliano Ferruzi's Il Moro di Venezia taking 2nd in the Classic IOR, as did Carlo Falcone's Mariella in the Big Boat category, while YCM's ...

  20. Monaco Classic Week

    Experience the racing thrill from 8-14 September 2025 and join the Monaco Classic Week regatta aboard the classic sailing yacht Hallowe'en. ... The yacht became the official yacht of the Royal Norwegian Racing Club and was helmed by Prince Olaf numerous times. Following her transatlantic journey in 1938, she vanished from radar screens.

  21. American Underwater Explorer Honored In Monaco

    Carl Allen he and his Allen Exploration team won an award that was presented by The Explorers Club in collaboration with Yacht Club de Monaco during the club's 13th Environmental Symposium held ...

  22. Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery and Museum

    Zvenigorod's most famous sight is the Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery, which was founded in 1398 by the monk Savva from the Troitse-Sergieva Lavra, at the invitation and with the support of Prince Yury Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod. Savva was later canonised as St Sabbas (Savva) of Storozhev. The monastery late flourished under the reign of Tsar ...

  23. Crash of an Antonov AN-24 in Moscow

    The Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Archives (B3A) was established in Geneva in 1990 for the purpose to deal with all information related to aviation accidentology.

  24. Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia

    Geographic Information regarding City of Elektrostal. Elektrostal Geographical coordinates. Latitude: 55.8, Longitude: 38.45. 55° 48′ 0″ North, 38° 27′ 0″ East. Elektrostal Area. 4,951 hectares. 49.51 km² (19.12 sq mi) Elektrostal Altitude.

  25. Elektrostal Map

    Elektrostal Elektrostal is a city in Moscow Oblast, Russia, located 58 kilometers east of Moscow.Population: 155,196 ; 146,294 ; 152,463 ; 135,000; 123,000; 97,000 ...