Charter with style at Monaco Grand Prix 2017

Charter with style at Monaco Grand Prix 2017


Exquisite Monaco. State-of-the-art innovative technology. The very latest in engineering solutions. Thousands of hours of construction. Glamourous parties and exotic locations. An industry worth billions. The above phrases can be used to describe just two things: superyachts, and Formula 1 Cars. The worlds inhabited by superyachts and Formula 1 cars are more similar than the obvious similarities of champagne-fuelled parties, with seductive guests gracing both pit lanes and passarelles. The extensive design and build processes in both industries are just the beginning of where these fascinating worlds collide, more so now that Aston Martin, Bugatti, Mercedes, and Lexus are all launching themselves into the sports yacht market. Events like the Monaco Grand Prix allow for such comparisons to be easily made when, in the weeks leading up to the race, the Port and the roads of the Principality are awash with supercars and superyachts. This now seems to be the trend; where the races are, the yachts will follow. Just as the cars jostle for places on the track, so too do the crowds gathering to watch, oft with envy at those lucky few who are able to enjoy the race from the afts of those yachts lining the Port, providing an exclusive and luxurious view of the track, with every whim catered for by attentive crew, and not far to travel for the yacht-hopping after-race parties. Should you wish to mix both the excitement of being on the track amongst the excitable crowds, and the luxuries and privacies of a yacht charter, RoMEA – the prestigious 82m from the world-renowned Abeking & Rasmussen yard and Terence Disdale Design – is available for charter during the Grand Prix period, exclusively through Imperial. Launched to much acclaim in 2015, this is the epitome of superyacht.


Above all, because she remains, since her 2015 launch, the most incredible and luxury 80m+ superyacht available over the seas for a luxury charter adventure. Fully indulgent, highly opulent, mixed with unquenchable serenity for the ultimate in relaxation, it’s no wonder Boat International voted her #2 best luxury yacht to charter!

But RoMEA isn’t only another luxury superyacht experience, she offers much more than this: starting with her highly experienced crew with Monaco Grand Prix credentials, who can quite happily accommodate any last-minute request from the most demanding guests; continuing to her exclusive endless amenities on-board with 5.1 cinema, full spa/massage/hairdresser facilities or dedicated area on the bridge deck for 5-star treatments; finishing with her extensive selection of watertoys on-board on her exclusive and very private jacuzzi on the sun deck, there are thousands reasons to laud RoMEA, but only one counts: your opinion.

RoMEA and Monaco Grand Prix are closely linked, and living the superyacht lifestyle charter experience during the most hotly anticipated motorsport event in the world seems to be the perfect combination! Contact our Charter Department for more information now about Monaco Grand Prix 2017 availabilities (25–28 May).

F1 pictures: copyright Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic and Andrew Locking

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