“Dolce vita” on powerboats | 9 icons of this lifestyle


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There are places and symbols that all lovers of powerboats appreciate, especially when they have a Mediterranean flavor like the ideas that we are going to illustrate below. Some are accessories, tools and clothes that are extremely functional to life on board, while others are icons and emblematic locations of the “sweet life” of those who love motorboats.

Fly Jet

A luxury gadget until recently, the Fly Jet is available to anyone today. Simple to use, you only need a jet ski and fun is guaranteed.



Tela Blu

The Italian brand Tela Blu offers high-quality clothing at very good prices. How? It sells exclusively on line, removing costs of traditional distribution. Bottom down shirts are really amazing!



Sodastream / Spirit

An ideal soda maker for all those who don’t want  to give up sparkling water on board. You only need to fill the bottle with some tap water, enter it into the machine and push the button!



Tenuta San Guido Bolgheri Sassicaia 2015

It was elected “Best Italian Wine 2018” by the prestigious jury of BIWA (Best Italian Wine Awards). To find a bottle has become an arduous endeavor.


US Navy Coat

Jacket of the USA Navy, double-breasted and in very dark blue (almost black), with quilted lining and light padding.


Restaurant Mirazur / Mentone

The third among the world’s 50 best restaurants, lead by the Argentinian chef Mauro Colagreco, it is situated in Mentone, just a few steps away from the French-Italian border.


Rolex / Gmt Master II

A 40-mm Oystersteel casing with the possibility to display time in different time zones. Absolute precision, sturdiness and versatility. These are the secrets of the brand-new GMT Master II.


Nespresso / Essenza Mini C30 Blaxk

The smallest coffee machine by Nepresso (8.4 x 20.4 x 33 cm) is perfect on board. It heats-up and is ready to use in just 25 seconds.


Ferrari 250 GTO – 1962

Available in only 36 units, this is the most beautiful Ferrari of ever. Is this enough to make her famous? No, her real record is value. David MacNeil has spent EUR 70 million to have one, legitimizing her as the most expensive car never built.



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