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Beneteau will debut Monte Carlo 6 in Fort Lauderdale

Beneteau Group is bringing the largest powerboat it has built to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The Monte Carlo 6 will be shown in the Americas for the first time at the Fort Lauderdale show.

The Monte Carlo 6 will be shown in the Americas for the first time at the Fort Lauderdale show.

Beneteau Group is bringing the largest powerboat it has built — the Monte Carlo 6 — to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to make its American debut.

Although it was launched globally at the Düsseldorf show in Germany, the 60-foot MC6 will make its first appearance in the Americas at the Nov. 5-9 show.

Other boats Beneteau will display in Fort Lauderdale include the Swift Trawlers 34, 44 and 50; the Gran Turismo 35, 38 and 49; and the Monte Carlo 4 and 5.

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