Alessandro Menozzi expounds on Porto Mirabello success in an exciting interview published on “Oceanco Showcase” 2020.
Porto Mirabello was born thanks to perspicacity and tenacity, it was designed and built as a superyacht hub where guests are perfectly entertained with customized experiences. The Harbor received the first ever ‘Luxury’ label from the MaRINA Excellence certification scheme,in the whole MED. A successful story told by the father of Porto Mirabello, founder and CEO Alessandro Menozzi, on Oceanco Showcase pages.
Summer 2020, although has been anomalous and different from previous seasons, was interesting for our Marina. The article of Superyacht News reports the positive data of Porto Mirabello for the summer season 2020, that it has found a good level of presence of superyachts up to 45 m mainly Italian and European guests.
THE SUPERYACHT REPORT
Next number of The Superyacht Report – published on the 07-28-2020 – includes an exclusive insert about Porto Mirabello, describing the Marina Luxury Lifestyle quality and explaining our high and unique safety and security standards.
Liguria Region approved the nautical shipyards reopening, authorizing maintenance works and allowing the yachts movement from the shipyard to the berth, with the aim of delivering the equipped boats to their owners. This is an important signal, especially in La Spezia (where Porto Mirabello and its Shipyard are located). The entire article on SuperyachtNews.
Porto Mirabello: confident and optimist, the recovery will take place soon. The interview with Alessandro Menozzi today on SuperyachtNews.com
In an in-depth interview, Alessandro Menozzi CEO and founder of Porto Mirabello, explains to Superyacht Digest, the reasons why Porto Mirabello is currently working, despite large part of production and commercial activities in Italy are in a state of lockdown to contrast the spread of Covid19.
A long interview with Alessandro Menozzi, founder and CEO of PortoMirabello, the Italy’s newest and largest yacht harbour, described as a marvel of ingenuity and architectural prowess.
THE WORLD OF YACHTS
The World of Yachts & Boats magazine in Arabic ‘Alam Al Youkhout Wal Marakib’ is the leading Arabic bi-monthly publication, which is distributed throughout the Middle East. Here is the four pages article published in the last Nov/Dec issue.
Porto Mirabello is the ideal location for yachts looking for winter berths.
Alessandro Menozzi, the marina’s owner, reveals a number of changes for both owners and crew.
Porto Mirabello exploits its sheltered geographic position, is well protected by the La Spezia Gulf and by the Tino and Palmaria islands and by a 620 metre breakwater. For most of the year it represents a safe cruising area.
Porto Mirabello – Discover the sights, sounds and tastes of Tuscany and Liguria from the only Italian luxury marina for superyachts up to 130m.
Porto Mirabello is the only dedicated luxury port in Italy that can host yachts up to 130 meters long. In June 2017 the number of moorings for vessels longer than 65m increased from 6 to 17, with construction work completed on the 11 new slips. This project will transform the Port into one of the biggest superyacht hubs in the MediterraneaN.
THE WORLD OF YACHTS
The updated Megayacht Quay and multiple new facilities are available for superyacht owners, guests and crew.
The north-western coast of Italy has little in common with its glitzy cousins in the south; it’s a peacefully cultural slice of real Italy where the regions surrounding sleepy cities such as Florence, Pisa and La Spezia have their own rustic charm, unparalleled in more developed destinations.
GLOBAL SUPER YACHT MARKETING
Porto Mirabello nestles in the Gulf of Poets, Liguria between San Remo and Viareggio and is the perfect location for private and charter yachts up to 130 metres in the Mediterranean who wish to experience the magic of Italy.
Located in the Gulf of Poets, Liguria between San Remo and Viareggio, Porto Mirabello completed construction work on new slips in June 2017, which saw the number of moorings at the marina for yachts longer than 65m increase from six to 17, including one up to 130m.
For our destination article this month we thought we would focus on something very close to the hearts of team YACHTNEEDS. Food…. And drinks! We would share a few of our favourite secret places around the globe to eat drink and be merry. Salute!