From May 15 to 21, the third edition of MonteNapoleone Yacht Club,
The initiative celebrating the relationship between the world of luxury and that of nautical
Luxury and nautical celebrate their indissoluble bond in Milan with the third edition of MonteNapoleone Yacht Club From Monday 15th to Sunday 21st May,
the boutiques of Via Montenapoleone open their doors to the nautical yacht clubs and the most renowned yacht clubs in the world,
Previewing the most fascinating projects and scale models of the most exclusive boats.
All equipped with drawings, photographs and videos that will allow visitors to immerse themselves in the sophisticated atmospheres onboard,
directly from the heart of the metropolis of Meneghina.
“With MonteNapoleone Yacht Club and its side events,” comments Guglielmo Miani, President of MonteNapoleone District,
“we are honored to bring to Milan the highest level of elegance and innovation that together the world of luxury and nautical know how to express.
For the shipowners and sea enthusiasts in our boutiques will be previewed the new projects of the thirty-one best shipyards in the world.
An unforgettable event, however, with the Montenapoleone exhibition in Montenapoleone, is to be close to the city, adding to its charm. ”
Along the way to the shopping street par excellence, it is possible to stroll through the pictures and drawings that make up the open-air exhibition
“German Frers in Life for Yacht Design”: an exhibition curated by Antonio Vettese, dedicated to the Argentine design family The name of German
Frers has signed some of the most famous sailing boats of the last decades, such as the Moro of Venice by Raul Gardini,
Stealth by Gianni Agnelli and the Luna Rossa by Patrizio Bertelli. Still in Via Montenapoleone, visitors will then have the opportunity to admire
a new installation by designer Philippe Nigro, the “green luxury” kitchen in 100% recyclable glass of Valcucine and some models of Audi R8 Spyder and TT RS,
linked to the concept Sportiness and performance of the initiative.
On Tuesday, May 16, at 11 am, the Spazio Gessi Street in Manzoni 16 / a is scheduled for the round table titled
“The excellence of industry and tourism, the heritage and the valorisation tool of Made in Italy” to which Will be interviewed by Guglielmo Miani,
chairman of Montenapoleone District, Maurizio Balducci, vice president of UCINA Confindustria Nautica, Lamberto Tacoli president of Nautica Italiana,
yacht designer German Frers, founder sociologist of Future Concept Lab Francesco Morace,
shipowner and lawyer Salvatore Trifirò and lawyer Mariners Giandomenico Boglione. To moderate the debate, will be the deputy director of Corriere della Sera