- 19 November 2022
- 16 November 2022
The design of the new XPD88 by Antonini Navi was created to satisfy each and every detail of the owner’s needs
- 15 November 2022
The 34th edition of the Metstrade in Amsterdam will take place between 15-17 November: it is the most important show in the world for boating accessories Italy is participating with around 200 exhibitors
Interview with Mascia Poma, captain of the Bleu De Nimes: “This is how I became the first female maxi yacht captain in the world”
Our interview with Mascia Poma, captain, for 15 years of the 72 metre maxi yacht and first woman to become a part of the Italian Yacht Masters Association
- 11 November 2022
Mayla Yacht’s electric offshore speedboat, launching in 2023, promises to give seafarers a surprise and a lot of fun
Pininfarina Nautical at the MYS together with Fulvio De Simoni Yacht Design – DN’s interview with Kevin Rice
Kevin Rice, Chief Creative Officer for Pininfarina, explains to Daily Nautica how the partnership between Pininfarina and De Simoni Yacht Design is the summation of the complementary skills of the two design companies
The “Lusine”, the 60-metre superyacht by Heesen is the “closest place to the moon” on the water – DN goes on board
- 9 November 2022
At the latest Monaco Yacht Show we visited the Lusine, the 60-metre superyacht delivered in February 2022 by the Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts. On board is also a piece of lunar meteorite
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
Alberto Cavanna is now a writer and artist. But he used to work in a number of shipyards. This is how his personal and work life has changed
Gianfranco Campolucci has always had a passion for speed and racing. First on motorcycles, then on boats. Throughout his life he has always raised the bar on his personal success, transforming his work in motorboats into a competitive passion.
LN launches their new column “Boating in a Portrait” dedicated to the people, Ligurian or otherwise tied to our region, who have left their mark on the nautical industry.
Gemma Sciallino is Mario Sciallino’s wife, the well-known master craftsman and soul of the shipyard, Sciallino in Ceriale, building vessels from 6 to 15 metres
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.
Olivia Lotti is the president for Porto Lotti, an exclusive tourist marina in the Far East of Liguria. She also created Tenuta La Ghiaia, where nature, cooking and wines come together in an oasis of beauty
Francesco Rapetti, known as “Cicco”, has taken his place in the history of Italian sailing and the America’s Cup for having been the first Italian to win the Cup and, until now, the only one to have won it twice, both as a challenger and defender leading a crew.
Michele and Andrea Balistreri, father and son, are two master craftsmen from La Spezia. They are two of the last artisans building boats for the Palio del Golfo and who still do caulking
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.
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.
Beatrice Parodi, head of the Cozzi Parodi Group, shares her ties with the sea and local area, and the harbours and hotels she manages. She is the face of tourist accommodation in the Riviera dei Fiori.
The well-known meteorologist from Sanremo, specialised in the weather forecast regarding the sea, tells us how his passion for meteorology began. In nearly 40 years, he has not made any resounding errors
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.
In the 1950s Giorgio Mussini founded the company bearing his name making boats in wood and fibreglass. He is the founder of Utility Portofino
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- 8 November 2022
Silena Petetti, project manager for Cantiere delle Marche, accompanies us on board the megayacht, “Acala”, a a 43-metre Darwin 112 by Cantiere delle Marche
- 7 November 2022
Peter Hurzeler, CEO of Ocean Independence, accompanies us on board the Soaring, built by the German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen
- 4 November 2022
We went on board the “Piccolo,” the 38.1 metre megayacht by Alpha Yachts Accompanying us during our visit was Kurt Bosshardt from Denison Yachting
The sad story of the Cristoforo Colombo sailing ship: what happened to the twin of the Amerigo Vespucci
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
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
- 23 February 2022
Our e-magazine has changed its name to reflect its national and international character and offer more opportunities to its advertisers.
- 12 December 2020
Active Target and Elite FS by Lowrance are two systems that will revolutionise the sport fishing industry
- 24 April 2020