are larger than the houses of the town....
Making the most of the Med-yachting season is pretty cumbersome this year. Many photo documentations & works, especially in the Italian shipyards are still waiting for completion. At least we finished all charter yachts for the 2020/2021 season in the Caribbean today in St. Tropez with the last brochure & website photo session.
For all of us it hasn’t been the big and exciting Med season we were all hoping for, but at least we are enjoying a form of season now – it’s definitely better than nothing given where we were a few months ago.
After Monaco Yachtshow being canceled at least We can still look forward to Cannes Yachting Festival this year, however, with show organisers reiterating earlier this month that the show will go ahead as planned from the 8th to 13th September.
Another reminder to owners, captains and crew reading this: Please remember that as of last month French laws came into effect which stipulate that wildlife - most notably posidonia/seagrass - must not be damaged due to boating activities.
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