THURSDAY 23 MAY 2019 - PROGRAMME FOR THE DAY ABOARD
|10:00 am— 11:30 am||12:00 pm — 12:45 pm||2:00 pm — 3:30 pm||4:15 pm — 4:55 pm||17:30 pm — 18:15 pm||7:30 pm|
|FORMULE 1 - Practice 1||GP2 - Practice sessions||FORMULE 1 - Practice 2||GP2 - Group A and B qualifying sessions||PORSCHE SUPERCUP - Practice sessions||Track opened to traffic|
Boarding will be between 9.45 am and 1 pm. To access the vessel, you will need to use our shuttle (any other vessel used will be at the client’s expense). You will have your pass (one per person), which will enable you to gain access from outside the track to the rendezvous point (far end of the first jetty on the left in the T CENTRAL zone) where you can pick up the shuttle.
The package price includes a return shuttle journey. Apart from these two shuttle trips, if you wish to leave the boat temporarily or for good, for any reason during the day, any use of a water taxi operating within the harbour will be at your own expense and is charged at the service provider’s rates. At the end of the day, you will be able to disembark directly onto the quay where our boat is moored, as soon as this is authorised by the Grand Prix security team.
You will be supplied with earplugs when you board the boat. When making your booking, you will be offered a choice of two meals. Each meal option includes a starter, a main course and a dessert;
a drink and a coffee are also included in the package price.
The main bar inside the boat offers drinks and snacks for sale at reasonable prices and will be open throughout the day. A second bar area will also operate on the upper deck, weather permitting.
Regarding the races, Thursday is particularly popular due to the practice sessions which give the teams an opportunity to fine-tune their vehicles to ensure that they are on top form for the qualifying races on Saturday.
These sessions are much prized by purists and motor racing fans, since drivers hold nothing back in a bid to achieve the best lap times. The Tobacco shop Corner is a particularly interesting part of the course, as F1 drivers approach it after having accelerated heavily following the chicane. As they “brake” for the corner, there is a perfect opportunity to take spectacular photos or video footage.
* Schedules given at this date are based on the 2016 calendar and are subject to change following decisions taken by the organizers of the Monaco Grand Prix.