MCY 66

MCY 66

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Layout

Technical Specifications

Main dimensions

Overall length (LOA) 20.11 m | 66 ft
Maximum beam 5.20 m | 17 ft
Displacement 36 t Dry

Engines

2 x MAN V8 (1000 hp)
2 x MAN V8 (1200 hp)

Speed

Maximum speed: up to 30 kn
Cruise speed: 24-26 kn

Tanks

Fuel up to 3500 l | 925 US gal
Fresh water 750 l | 198 US gal

Building materials

VTR, Kevlar®, Carbon Fiber

Naval architecture & engineering

Monte Carlo Yachts

Exterior and Interior design

Nuvolari Lenard

Design category

CE-A

Key features

MATERIALS & TRIMS

The MCY 66’s unique and sophisticated modern decor is a striking feature throughout the main saloon and all the cabins. High-end fabrics, natural stones and Italian leathers are just a few of the superior materials available on this yacht. Elegant glossy marble elements enriched by a light touch of copper are key defining features of the new MCY 66 interior design. The use of reflective materials, mirrors and lacquered wood, in combination with wide lateral windows enhance the brightness of natural light. In order to satisfy the owner’s needs and wishes, Monte Carlo Yachts offers complete customization of all interior design and layout features.

MATERIALS & TRIMS
OVERVIEW

OVERVIEW

At 20.11 mt, the new MCY 66 represents the result of the long-lasting collaboration with the Nuvolari Lenard Design Studio. MCY Collection’s iconic structure and recognizable profile, enhanced through innovative elements and craftsmanship’s evolution, result in sleeker lines and an harmonious shape.

INTERIOR MOOD

The MCY 66 features incredible internal spaces for a yacht in its size category. The additional bow portholes give the yacht an extended external appearance and provide higher exposure to natural light throughout the VIP cabin. The enlarged MCY’ iconic porthole enhances the intimate and relaxing feeling of the owner cabin. The guests’ cabins with their dedicated bathrooms follow the spacious volumes common to the other areas of this new model.
The bulwarks’ wide breaches enable a significant increase in terms of internal volumes and exposure to light. This is particularly highlighted on the main deck where the saloon presents an open space in between the galley aft and the living area located forward.

INTERIOR MOOD

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