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Around one hundred of the most senior figures in Monaco’s yachting sector have come together at the Société Nautique de Monaco to celebrate the launch of the Monaco Yachting Guide 2019.
Superyacht owners, brokers, shipyards and other professionals enjoyed a gala event, hosted by publisher Igor Gamba and his team.
“The Monaco Yachting Guide, now in its 19th year, has become the definitive annual guide to yachting in the Principality of Monaco, covering the full spectrum of events and maritime organisations from the smallest sailing dinghies to the largest superyachts,” said publisher Igor Gamba. “It also contains a comprehensive directory of professional service providers for yachts owners, guests, captains and crew. The latest edition has been completely revamped with a new format, contemporary design and beautiful, high quality print.”
The guide has been produced with the support of several key organisations in Monaco such as the Yacht Club of Monaco and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, as well as many of Monaco’s major players in the superyacht community, including Camper and Nicholsons, Riva and Monacair, as well as many others in the field. The guide is distributed extensively throughout Monaco and along the Riviera.
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