MC6 Makes World Debut

The 60-footer from Monte Carlo Yachts will be powered by Cummins ZSC8.3 Zeus engines.

Monte Carlo Yachts MC6

Monte Carlo Yachts MC6

Monte Carlo Yachts used this month’s Boot Düsseldorf show as the stage for the world premiere of its MC6.

The MC6 is a 60-foot big sister to the 43-foot MC4 and the 49-foot MC5. She offers a flybridge with seating for as many as 10 people, all protected by the shade of a T-top. On the main deck, the kitchen opens to the cockpit by way of a foldaway sliding glass door, creating an indoor-outdoor entertaining space. Belowdecks are three cabins, each en suite. The master is a full-beam layout.

Monte Carlo is offering optional layouts as well, including a Far East version that has just one sleeping cabin on the bottom deck plus additional space for entertaining. Standard power for the MC6 is expected to be a pair of 600-horsepower Cummins QSC8.3 Zeus engines.

Interestingly, the MC6 is Monte Carlo’s fifth model to be introduced since the brand was launched two years ago — and even bigger things are on the horizon. “Soon we will be presenting the MCY 105, the largest boat ever produced by the Beneteau Group,” Monte Carlo Yachts President Carla Demaria stated in a press release.

For renderings and additional information about the MC6, visit www.montecarloyachts.it.