The little Principality of Monaco has always a lot of news. And in case you missed some of the news we selected for you the most interesting pieces.
AS Monaco’s Rugby team launch into a new season with a new women’s team, a new stadium, a new clubhouse, a new senior coach and high hopes for the future.
You probably wouldn’t recognize today’s Monaco Yacht Show with the original event that gave birth to it in the Principality twenty seven years ago. Like the finest of pearls growing in an oyster it is now one of the largest rare pearls in the world. Imagine that the numbers of attendees are expected to reach thirty thousand this year. Of course, what we are really interested in, in addition to all the glittering celebrities parading in front of the world, are the super yachts.
The Shareholders of the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer group met on Friday 21 September to approve the financial statements for the 2017-2018 financial year and review the progress of the Group’s major projects.
It takes a lot to steal the limelight from the Monaco Yacht Show. It’s well-nigh impossible. Faced with those glorious super-yachts, often moored near equally spectacular super cars, what else could possibly compete to turn heads?
G.E.M.L.U.C. Makes it Possible to Purchase Three Pieces of Equipment for the Princess Grace Hospital
Since it was founded in October 1973, the Monaco Group of Companies has raised more than EUR 1,600,000 to help combat cancer. The funds are often distributed as research grants or scholarships, but also in materials relating to the treatment and prevention of cancer.
Prince Albert Foundation’s Monte-Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean Shatters Records Raising Funds to Protect the
As vast as the Oceans are – and they cover about two-thirds of our planet – there is one particular event in Monaco that is not a drop in the Ocean. It is the second Gala for the Global Ocean organized by the Prince Albert Foundation evoking the atmosphere of the great society evenings of the sixties and seventies. It is a star-studded event with 720 revellers headlined this year by film greats like Orlando Bloom and music diva Madonna. Madonna created waves this year in more ways than one, including the misfortune of missing a plane to the event. Orlando Bloom, arm in arm with Katy Perry, and passionate supporter of the environment, is a distinguished recipient of a Prize from the Prince Albert Foundation.
The Triathlon is a gruelling test of three sports combined into one single race. At Cap d’Ail, Monaco women were recently presented with this ultimate challenge with a 750 metre swim followed by a 20 kilometre cycle race. And to finish 5 kilometres running. And AS Monaco managed to come out on top with Rachel Clausing mounting the podium and taking the laurels. All the more impressive in that this was Rachel’s third win in a row, this time completing the Triathlon in one hour, seven minutes and three seconds. Ironwoman from AS Monaco, Rachel received her cup to thunderous applause.
The Seasons of Gastronomy festival will begin on 18 October in Monaco. For three days, the Principality will become a gastronomic capital of the world, offering a unique opportunity for its residents to immerse themselves in the world of culinary art.
The Monaco Audiovisual Institute recently revealed their new schedule for Cinema Tuesdays, with over twenty film screenings reflecting the theme ‘Woman, women’. The cinematic events take place from the 2nd of October 2018 until the 7th of June 2019.