MC4 is the second model of a range that has brought design and technical innovation in the flybridge boats segment.
She follows the guidelines of the larger Monte Carlo Yachts, as she’s designed by the same studio Nuvolari&Lenard, but length stays below 14 meters for a wider public.
An almost vertical bow and pronounced rails along the hull provide a comfortable navigation, as the MC4 can sharply get across the wave rather than climbing and surfing on top of it.
The comfort continues inside, where the ambiance is classy and elegant without being flashy: light shaded wood matches the soft tones of the upholstery and the trims. The master stateroom sits amidships, full beam, and two large portholes look onto the sea surface. The guests use the cabin to the front, rather spacious and with a second private en-suite.
What if you like this boat, but you don’t want the flybridge? Well, here’s for you the brand new MC5 S, the hardtop version of the larger MC4’s sister. And if you want to stick to the same size, just wait some more months and we’ll likely have the MC4 S.
Monte Carlo MC 4 in numbers
Length o.a. 13.88 mt (45 ft 6 in)
Length hull 11.96 mt (39 ft 3 in)
Beam 4.08 mt (13 ft 4 in)
Displacement 10.3 tons
Draft 1.15 mt (3 ft 9 in)
Fuel 2×400 lt (2×105 US gal)
Fresh water 2×200 lt (2×52 US gal)
Engines 2x Volvo Penta IPS 400 or IPS 500