In the stunning setting of the Ligurian Riviera, Amico & Co presented “The Italian Job”, three days dedicated to captains and owners. The event, organised by Amico & Co, took place in Loano at the Loano Marina Yacht Club, on Zeffirino’s Belvedere Terrace, at the Garlenda Golf Club and at the Garlenda Meridiana Relais and in Alassio at the Grand Hotel.
The shipyard is situated in Loano, at the heart of western Liguria, midway between Portofino and the Côte d'Azur, integrated in the new Loano Marina structure.
Looking onto a marvellous sea and just a few minutes from a hinterland rich in tradition, Loano and its immediate vicinity offer a mild climate even in winter and ideal places for horse-riding, golf, trekking, climbing and hiking.
The Amico family has built and repaired ships for over two centuries. From father to son, from the end of the nineteenth century right up to modern day, the members of the family have always embraced their work with passion and expertise.
The Amico family shipyard history starts in Loano itself, where in 1799 the master builder Matteo Amico started up his business, building wooden sailing ships of both medium and large tonnage.
To find out more: www.amicoshipyard.com