Monaco Yacht Show 2018: Wifi & Drones

Last Update: October 3rd, 2018

The Monaco Yacht Show has developed solutions to improve your Internet connection. Furthermore they arranged a service for areal photography as Drones are forbidden in Monaco.


During the four days of the show you can connect quite fast to the Internet with WiFi in various spots and loading stations on the port!


The operating company is Twitter @PRIVAGlobal or Instagram @privaglobal

Wifi spots:
• Starboard lounge (Quai Antoine Ier) – including the press and business centres
• Upper Deck Lounge (Parvis Piscine)
• C&C Lounge (Quai Louis II) – access for captains and crews only.

New WiFi hotspots:
New hospitality areas will be set around the port with free WiFi hotspots.
• Quai Albert Ier
• Quai Chicane
• Quai Rainier Ier


As Drones are not allowed in Monaco, a solution for Drone photography could be provided by the official partner of the Monaco Yacht Show: Twitter @mcclicmonaco or Instagram @mcclicmonaco.

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