Cluster Yachting Monaco prides itself in strategic partnerships with some of the Principality’s most prominent companies and outside partners internationally from sectors outside of yachting so as to offer a comprehensive solution to its members and their respective clients.
La Direction du Tourisme et des Congrès de Monaco is a gouvernment service whose mission is to promote the Principality and all of its tourism economic and cultural players.
Monaco Capital of Advanced Yachting
The Monaco Capital of Yachting initiative has been launched in 2012, under the leadership of the Yacht Club of Monaco.
Raising awareness among local players and followed by concrete actons.
Yacht Club de Monaco
Founded in 1953 by Prince Rainier and presided over by HSH Prince Sovereign Albert II since 1984, the Yacht Club de Monaco brings together more than 2500 members from 81 nationalities.
Blade is a technology-powered, global urban air mobility platform committed to reducing travel friction by enabling cost-effective air transportation alternatives to some of the most congested ground.
International University of Monaco
IUM, established in 1986, is a leading private institution offering a wide range of programs, including Bachelor, Master of Science, MBA, DBA degrees, and executive programs.
Young Professional in Yachting
Today’s YPY members will be tomorrow’s decision makers in yachting. Our goal is to give our members a stable professionals network, engage them in ethical business practice and facilitate their success.
Asia-Pacific Superyacht Association
The APSA, Founded in 2011, is a non-profit organization that represents the interests of the superyacht industry in the Asia-Pacific region.
A place where you will Treasure Every Moment. Feel treasured by warm welcomes and time-honoured traditions. Untouched wonders and breathtaking encounters. Exotic luxuries and hidden sanctuaries.
Association des Compliance Officers de Monaco
AMCO aims to bring together the Compliance Officers of the Principality of Monaco. Today, AMCO has more than 200 members who represent more than 12 different sectors of activity.
Fédération des Industries Nautiques
The Fédération des Industries Nautiques (FIN) aims to represent, defend and promote the professions of the French nautical sector, in France and internationally.