Over 50 video interviews welcome you at the entrance of the stands of Milano Yachting Week – The digital boat show!
Who can offer you more insight into what is on display in their virtual booth than the MYW exhibitors? Those who tell you what you find in the stands are not “nobodies” but are the managers and experts of each company, who explain in a few minutes the secrets of their products.
We have filmed among the stands and offer you a selection of some of the most interesting video interviews.
FIVE INTERVIEWS AT MILAN YACHTING WEEK
What does a boat need? Simone D’Aiuto of Garmin Marine
Who else but Garmin can offer you electronic solutions for everything, but really everything you need for a boat? Simone D’Aiuto, Garmin’s sales manager, guides you through the discovery of electronic solutions for every type of boat and need: for day trips, cruises, fishing. And he points out the latest news, such as the system to remotely control the boat, from the comfort of your home or office.
Mooring is a breeze. Emanuele Cecchini of Harken
From the words of Emanuele Cecchini, Harken’s sales manager, you can discover how the problem of mooring has been solved with the CLR Mooring Winch which allows you to automatically manoeuvre the mooring lines. But CLR is also telescopic (never seen before!) and when not in use it disappears flush with the deck. No clutter and no risk of stepping on your feet while walking on deck.
The iconic made in Italy. Veronica Bottasini of Grand Soleil
Veronica Boattasini, the shipyard’s marketing manager, tells us about the sailboats that are a symbol of Made in Italy, the Grand Soleils. Veronica illustrates the prerogatives of the two Grand Soleil ranges, Long Cruise (42/46/52) and Performance (34/44/48/58) and reveals the differences between them. She also explains why the GS boats are the symbol of Made in Italy sailing.
In spite of fashions. Fabrizio Dall’Olio of Halberg Rassy
The importer of the legendary Swedish shipyard Hallberg Rassy talks about the latest evolution of the range and what has changed in the new models. And he reiterates how a new generation Hallberg Rassy, in keeping with the shipyard’s tradition, remain the boats to truly sail with a unique design, in spite of passing fads.
Your ideal boat. Marco Malgara of Ice Yachts
Highly prestigious videointerview with the owner of the Ice Yachts shipyard, Marco Malgara. From his words we discover the secret of the success of the iconic Made in Italy shipyard. “We try to improve each boat, time by time. We identify ourselves with the owner, advising him on the choices so as to have the ideal boat for him, for his needs,” says Malgara, who then illustrates the best of its production, eight models, monohulls and catamarans from 52 to 80 feet.