Monte Carlo truly embodies the era of traditional yacht construction. Built by the renowned Amels shipyard, recognized as one of the top builders in the world, her quality and pedigree are evident. Her classic design and impeccable craftsmanship are combined with uncompromising seakeeping ability. This 132’ motoryacht has crossed the Atlantic dozens of times on her own bottom and delivered years of safe and comfortable service to her owners and guests in the Mediterranean, US, and Caribbean waters. Her commercial classification serves to assure her continued safety, whether transiting with charter guests or crossing the Atlantic for her next summer season in the Med.
Monte Carlo has been well maintained by a series of knowledgeable owners who have all spent money when and where needed. She is currently in good condition throughout and shows well. She underwent significant changes in 2015/16 which included new Ralph Lauren interior and exterior soft goods and décor. Perhaps most notable however, was the separating of the full-beam VIP stateroom below into two staterooms, and the addition of a sixth bath. So her layout now offers five generous staterooms, including one on deck, and four below.
Monte Carlo is a beautiful and highly capable yacht, she exudes an air of elegance that will appeal to anyone looking for a high quality Dutch-built motoryacht. She is always comfortable to be aboard whether at anchor in the Bahamas, or tied to the quay in Monaco. She represents an excellent value at her asking price. However, her owner has several other large yachts and does not spend enough time aboard. She is therefore seriously for sale.
|132' (40.23 meters)
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At eight years old Kent built his first boat from a large piece of Styrofoam that washed ashore, some driftwood, and a bed sheet. Setting off from the beach, he learned one of his first lessons in boating and life when he arrived on the opposite shore with no way to get back. If you don’t have a plan, you’ll only go where the wind blows you. That lesson became part of his business philosophy; don’t start what you can’t finish, and don’t offer what you can’t deliver. From racing sailboats to working as a deckhand and later a captain, Kent has always been involved in boats.