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Over a thousand dives in the Antarctic for the Cruise Sub 7 submarines by U-Boat Worx
- 16 March 2023
First photos of “Project Cosmos” the 114 metre megayacht by Lürssen designed by Marc Newson
- 15 March 2023
The German shipyard has shared its first images of Project Cosmos, currently under construction. Designed by Australian designer Marc Newson, it is 114.20 metres long
Oceanco reveals “Aeolus”, a revolutionary yacht to “best live” and respect the sea
Aeolus by Oceanco inaugurates a new era of living on the water, demonstrating that authentic sustainability for the future is both beautiful and elegant
Tommaso Spadolini presents a new concept for a 48 metre yacht with large spaces for long cruises
- 10 March 2023
The owner had very specific requirements: large open spaces to the stern, large windows, tender in the bow and a social flybridge. In addition to an owner’s suite, four passenger cabins, crew quarters and captain’s quarters
Victory Design stuns with their Bolide range: a 170 foot hyper yacht
- 7 March 2023
Victory Design has presented their study for Bolide 170, a 50 metre hyper yacht created by the founder Brunello Acampora and his international team of designers and engineers
Permare launches a campaign to reduce speeds along the coast
- 3 March 2023
Barbara Amerio from Permare Group talks to Daily Nautica: “We cannot walk alone but need to do it together: the more we are, the more we share solutions for the environment, and the more effective they will be”
Understanding the weather at sea: the most important thing? Two people talking to each other
The fundamental principles, what I like to call the rules of the weather alphabet and weather navigation, are always the same. Tools and techniques have evolved
Boating in A Portrait | Martino Motti: “At 9 years old, my grandparents gave me two cameras. I was stunned by that technology and began to photograph everything I saw”
Martino Motti is a journalist and underwater and reportage photographer specialized in yachts and superyachts, who photographs and trials them for several nautical magazines
Boating in a Portrait | Agostino Sommariva: “I discovered sailing thanks to my father’s passion for the sea. Now I am managing a business that is over 100 years old”
Agostino Sommariva has a full list of wins and titles earned while sailing. Today he makes extra virgin olive oil, continuing his family’s traditional business.
Fulvio De Simoni: “There are a lot of first boats: the first in the studio where you learn, the first in your own studio, the first you created on your own.”
The architect Fulvio De Simoni is one of the most famous pleasure boat designers in business today. His anti-conformist behaviour is clearly reflected in his designs.
Luca Bassani: “All those summers in Portofino and cruising around the Mediterranean were the best sailing school”
Luca Bassani is the founder of Wally, which he started in 1994 introducing a new concept for a cruising yacht that in just a few years became a point of reference for the luxury yachting sector
Fabio Pozzo, journalist for La Stampa, has had the honour of bringing to a newspaper an entire page, and to the web, a channel, dedicated to the sea. At the heart are always the stories, protagonists, and passion.
Boating in A Portrait | Gianni Risso: “I have made almost all my dreams come true. Now I would like to photograph the NASA astronauts training in the pool”
Freelance journalist since 1972, with his over 6 thousand published articles and over a hundred covers for dozens of titles in Italy and the world (including ours), he remembers and honours the fathers of diving, many of whom are not known to most people.
Boating in a Portrait | Alessandro Campagna “Love for the sea has become a profession and gifts extraordinary stories”
Alessandro Campagna, sales manager for the Genoa Boat Show, shares how he discovered boating, the ties between Genoa and its Show and his relationship with the sea
Boating in a Portrait | Ugo Salerno: “I love the sea and its challenges. Often they are the same as the ones I find in my work.”
Ugo Salerno is the president of Rina Spa. His whole life has been tied to the sea. Since he was a child he had a view over the Gulf of Naples, and then Genoa and his participation in a number of success stories.
Gino Battaglia: “Being a cabin boy in Loano kicked off my passion. Now I captain yachts that cross the seas of the entire world”
Gino Battaglia, chairman of Italian YachtMasters, an association of captains, shares his story and the behind the scenes of his work, which is to guarantee beautiful cruises to boaters and charters around the world
Boating in a Portrait |Pietro D’Alì: “My love for sailing started with a rudimentary 3.50 metre spark”
He is the only Italian sailor to participate in the World Tour, the Olympics, the Louis Vuitton Cup and the final of the America’s Cup and other major events of international calibre.
In the 1950s Giorgio Mussini founded the company bearing his name making boats in wood and fibreglass. He is the founder of Utility Portofino
Boating in a Portrait | Giangi Razeto “I’m a creative of the sea. If they took it away from me, I would lose my creativity.”
Giangiacomo Razeta, Giangi for his friends, is the creative behind the company F.lli Razeto & Casareto in Sori, makers of handles for vessels. This is how new products are created, in a mix of creativity and passion for the sea.
Boating in a Portrait | Enrico Franchetti: “I unite my passion of building carbon fibre masts with sailing”
Enrico Franchetti is a Genoese sailor and founder of Maxspar, a company making large scale masts in carbon fibre using modern construction techniques
Boating in a Portrait | Emanuela Baglietto “The sea has always been in my eyes, ever since I was a child. And many of my designs are created on a pier beside the sea.”
The name of the architect, Emanuela Baglietto, is tied to an icon of excellence in Italian boating. Today, she works with the studio of Renzo Piano working on buildings, often overlooking the sea, with the same values transmitted from her family of shipbuilders.
Boating in a Portrait | Andrea Razeto “One of the best times of my life? Living on my boat for a few months while renovating my home”
The chief executive officer of Fratelli Razeto e Casareto, a company manufacturing locks, handles, and other accessories for boats and vessels, shares his ties to the sea and his work with Icomia, an international association for the nautical industry.
Simple rules to understand the wind at sea
A Mediterranean that changes its weather character
How ships escape the fury of hurricanes
Understanding the waves
First images of the megayacht, “Luminance” by Lürssen Yachts
- 16 February 2023
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Fulvio Codecasa talks to DN: “Functionality, duration and comfort are our philosophy”
- 28 February 2023
Daily Nautica interviewed Fulvio Codecasa, who talked about the foundation and growth of the brand as well as his career, from when stepped into the family business to the needs of owner’s today
Riva 102’ Corsaro Super marks a new era for the flybridge
Contemporary, sporty and with spaces created to keep constant contact with the water, the successor of the 100’ Corsaro, revised in its interior and exterior design, is the ideal flybridge
Tommaso Spadolini reveals his new 90 metre: privacy, sportiness and a large beach club
- 17 January 2023
Sporty design and a speed of around 20 knots, a large 365m2 beach club over two decks, an owner’s deck configured for total privacy and large spaces for storing sea toys and tenders
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Tales from the Sea
A boat instead of a sleigh: the real story of Santa Claus
The sad story of the Cristoforo Colombo sailing ship: what happened to the twin of the Amerigo Vespucci
A splendid outing discovering the beauty of the Ligurian coast. We took the kayak from Rapallo, stopped in Santa Margherita and arrived in the splendid Portofino
Itinerary of a day on the ferry to Camogli, Portofino and San Fruttuoso departing from Genoa or Nervi
A stunning building just a short distance from the town Noli
This is the best way to walk to Portofino and enjoy the fantastic view that our coast gifts us
Liguria Nautica went on hike for you between Portofino-San Fruttuoso: this is our experience
A relaxing walk to enjoy the fresh sea air in total tranquility
Physical exercise and breathtaking views: the best way to enjoy your holiday
An itinerary which is still “fashionable” and with a beautiful landscape: one to enjoy
An ideal walk for hikers, an enjoyable itinerary
A relaxing walk along the Chiavari boardwalk: a panoramic itinerary not to be missed
A magnificent outing departing from San Michele (beach of Prelo) and arriving in Zoagli, going through Rapallo
A relaxing stroll in Sestri Levante with a view over the Bay of Silence
One of the most beautiful villages in Italy and a magnificent seaside walk: an excursion to enjoy
Liguria Nautica takes you to Castello Brown and the Faro di Portofino
Liguria Nautica is now Daily Nautica!
- 23 February 2022
Our e-magazine has changed its name to reflect its national and international character and offer more opportunities to its advertisers.
Lowrance launches the Active Target live sonar and the Fishfinder Elite FS
- 12 December 2020
Active Target and Elite FS by Lowrance are two systems that will revolutionise the sport fishing industry
Garmin’s new “perspectives” with its Panoptix series has revolutionised fishing techniques
- 24 April 2020