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Throwback Thursday post to January 2020, when #YachtingMalta supported the launch of the new Chaudron Powerboats.
Chairman John Huber reiterated Yachting Malta’s support towards this local venture.
Covid19 has put a pause to many initiatives but not to the hope of returning back to normality in the near future.
In the meantime #staysafe
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Yachting Malta was proud to celebrate the launch of Chaudron 2020 Models
Chaudron was established by the Ciantar family in 1988, a Maltese boat – building family who have achieved international fame.
The evening saw the launch of three models, including the launch of Aaron Ciantar’s latest project which was kept a secret until the very end and for which those present were waiting for their first glimpse with bated breath. He certainly did not disappoint!
Present for the evening was The Hon. Dr. Robert Abela, Prime Minister of Malta as well as a number of dignitaries and members of the Yachting Malta Board of Directors.
Yachting Malta Chairman John Huber reiterated Yachting Malta’s support not only towards the sport of powerboats but also to the local industry which manufactures such high quality boats that enable sportsmen to become champions.
Photo Credits : Carden Mizzi
Yachting Malta welcomes the 6th Beneteau Yacht Rendezvous
Yachting Malta recently hosted the Welcome Reception of the 6th Beneteau Yacht Rendezvous. Previously held in Mallorca, the Rendezvous, was hosted for the first time in Malta, by Beneteau Yachts (France).
The sixth edition of this gathering, brought together Beneteau yachts, of over fifty feet in length, together for a weekend of socialising and sailing. This annual event has garnered popularity establishing itself as the perfect opportunity to bring together people sharing a common passion whilst establishing special relationships.
Apart from the welcome reception, participants were able to enjoy the sea surrounding the Maltese islands by means of a number of races around Malta’s smaller islands of Comino and Gozo.
Whilst daytime was all about sailing and racing, the evenings were about letting one’s hair down at the informal social gatherings which brought about a lot of laughter and banter, wrapping up some beautiful days on the water.
Addressing the participants and welcoming the organisers, Yachting Malta Chairman, John Huber expressed his satisfaction at seeing such notable events being hosted in Malta.
“Yachting is not just about racing, but it is also about building a strong community and network of like minded people. We are very pleased to see events of such a calibre being hosted in Malta. Yachting Malta is a keen supporter of such initiatives and we look forward to hopefully welcoming the seventh edition of this event in Malta. ” explained John Huber, Chairman, Yachting Malta Ltd.
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