Marinas to compete in Smart & Sustainable Rendezvous 2022

MONACO: Marina and yacht club developers have been invited to take part in the awards for the second Monaco Smart & Sustainable Rendezvous, which will be held 25th-26th September 2022.

The networking event is supported by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the government’s digital transition programme, Extended Monaco, and Yacht Club de Monaco through its La Belle Classe certification.
Organised by M3 in partnership with Blumorpho, the Rendezvous brings together around 250 of the most important players in the marina and yachting sector and, once again, works to discover innovative solutions to promote environmentally sound marinas.
For 2022, marina and yacht club developers, and architects join the selection process, which was set up last year solely for start-ups. All are invited to present projects aimed at reducing environmental impact. The International Smart & Sustainable Marina Awards – in the three categories of Start-ups, Marinas, and Architects – will be awarded at the end of the event.
Key dates to note are:
• 1st May-1st June – E-catalogue: this will reference 50 start-ups and 50 marinas and architects worldwide, selected from applications. The registration deadline for participation is Wednesday 1st June.
• 15th June-15th July – Grand Oral: one-to-one interviews between the jury and the selected participants.
• 10th September – Consensus Meeting: the jury will choose winners in the three categories.
Monaco Smart & Sustainable Marina Rendezvous is part of the collective Monaco, Capital of Advanced Yachting brand (see p.40), the goal of which is to encourage all projects that aim to improve sustainability in the sector.
Details for participation:


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