The Monte Carlo 6 will make its worldwide debut at the Dusseldorf Boat Show
See it: 6/B27
And so, with the Monte Carlo 6, the final link in the Monte Carlo and Monte Carlo Yachts chain clanks into place. The range now runs from the 45ft Monte Carlo 4 to the 86ft flagship, with the 105 waiting to take that title next year.
The 60ft MC6 flybridge, which will also be available in hardtop form as the MC6 S, will make its worldwide debut at the Düsseldorf show later this month.
The European version of the boat will have a three-cabin layout as standard, comprising a midships master, VIP in the bow, with scissor-action berths, and a twin cabin for guests, with all cabins getting their own bathroom.
As with the rest of the range, the emphasis is on single-level living, so the galley is located at the aft end of the saloon with the main living area sandwiched between it and the helm station forward.
Although there is a single helm seat set centrally in front of the windscreen it’s good to see that the yard has included a double bench seat to starboard, which faces forward and allows guests to keep the person at the helm company.
Cummins’ excellent Zeus pod drive system has been chosen over IPS, which Monte Carlo uses on the rest of the MC boats. The pair of 8.3-litre, 600hp diesels should be good for around 30 knots.