Amer F100 wins the World Yachts Trophies in the semi-custom category. Genoa will celebrate its 60th with the Amerio family
- 19 September 2020
With a 3D cinema, the pool which turns into a dance floor, and a glass lift connecting 6 decks. The megayacht, “Nirvana” by Oceanco is one of the gems of international luxury charter
- 17 September 2020
At the show, the company based in Sori will present the Centenario handle, the first of a limited edition
- 16 September 2020
The Hidalgo was on land, in storage, in a shipyard in Muggiano. The quick response of the fire brigade stopped the flames from reaching other vessels nearby
Discovering cities through food. In this way the “Do eat better experience” combines food and wine and local traditions
- 14 September 2020
A company from Genoa is organising guided “food tours” around 17 Italian cities and two other European countries, accompanied by local guides in discovering food tradition and more, guiding visitors through their stomachs.
A swan inspired by Mazinga: presenting “Avanguardia”, the gigayacht of the future, designed by Pierpaolo Lazzarini
- 10 September 2020
The Italian designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini is back with Avanguardia, a 137 metre gigayacht with a swan-like “head” used to launch a 16-metre tender
Silent-Yachts is promoting a new idea for environmentally sustainable resorts using its solar-powered catamarans
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
Adriano “Dino” Passeri is a piece of professional diving history in Italy. He is the founder of Drafinsub, a leading Genoese company in diving works
Martino Motti is a journalist and underwater and reportage photographer specialized in yachts and superyachts, who photographs and trials them for several nautical magazines
Giuseppe Di Capua began his career in boat construction working as an errand boy in Lavagna, until he became a master craftsman, caretaker of the knowledge and traditions of the trade
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.
The architect, Aldo Cichero, has designed over 350 yachts working with some of the most important Italian and foreign shipyards. He began working at a very young age with the shipyard, Baglietto, in Varazze and is now working on a sailing system to combine together with motor navigation.
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
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.
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.
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.
A man of finance, promoter of sailing among young people, so much so that he founded the Sail Training Association and organises regattas and gatherings, Giovanni Novi talks about his relationship with the sea and with sailing, on board the Chaplin, the family yacht donated to the Navy.
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.
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
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
Maximiliano Ricci, sports director for Top Angler's, explains a new fishing technique to us: Bolognese fishing
A brief guide by Liguria Nautica on how to best practice trawl fishing with live bait, thanks to some practical advice which will help you on your outings.
We are deep diving with our friend Max, learning about fishing in shipwrecks, a technique which fascinates all fishermen who have a boat
- 27 August 2020
Shows & events
- 26 August 2020
- 25 August 2020
Bleu de Nimes, from warship to passenger yacht: her evolution from 1980 to today as told by Studio d’Ingegneria Navale Nattero
- 1 September 2020
Studio Nattero in Genoa talks about the feat of engineering which led to the radical transformation of the megayacht, Bleu de Nimes, going from 55 to 72 metres to become an exclusive, luxury charter
- 24 August 2020
At the port of Genoa in these days is anchored the FB277 Gigayacht, “Lana” by Benetti, 107 metres dedicated to luxury charter. Let’s discover more by walking around her
- 18 August 2020
Delivered to its European owner, the 40 metre aluminium vessel was designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design
The writer Clive Cussler led an expedition for Numa and found the wreckage of the ship in a reef off Haiti
On the seafloor off Rhode Island the remains of the HMS Endeavour have been found, the brigantine commanded by Captain James Cook
A team of underwater archaeologists have found the wreckage of the legendary and unlucky ship which was the first to discover the Australian coast
From the east to the Venice lagoon, passing through Isola di Candia and Morea. The story of the fritter and its ingredients is the story of the Mediterranean
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
- 24 April 2020
The newest function of the revolutionary Panoptix series is called: "Perspective Mode”, supplying real time images of the objects and fish present around and below a vessel
- 30 March 2020