Sailing to the Sunshine I - The Winners
At the end of a beautiful ceremony, live on our Facebook and Instagram pages, organized on Friday 21st September, in one of the most lively and attended days of the 58th International Boat Show of Genoa, was assigned the first edition of the Sailing to the Sunshine, prize instituted by Tecnoseal on the occasion of its thirtieth anniversary which enjoys the patronage of Municipality of Grosseto and which will reward, year in year, people and companies that in the nautical sector have contributed to the internationally development and strengthening of the Made In Italy brand and to the development of initiatives related to the boating world and the protection of the marine environment in the previous and in progress years.
Tecnoseal, represented by its owner, Cap. Silvestro Scotto, has therefore given a double recognition to Carla DeMaria, president of UCINA Confindustria Nautica, and to the association of UCINA itself, represented by the director Marina Stella.
"We are a company that produces one hundred percent Italian. UCINA carries on the rights of Made in Italy, has always defended them, represents the uniqueness of the national product and is the institutional interlocutor that protects the entire boating sector. On a personal and Tecnoseal basis I am proud to be able to deliver this award to Carla Demaria and UCINA. Thank you for your determination. We need certain answers and passion, the same that we put into our work every day " - Cap. Silvestro Scotto
To Carla Demaria, president of UCINA, goes the Sailing to the Sunshine award, for the hard work, for the dedication and the unified vision of the guide of UCINA Confindustria Nautica which well represents the made in Italy chain of the leisure boating sector in Italy; for the approval of the New Nautical Code that has seen UCINA institutional interlocutor of reference with the Italian Government; a person of extraordinary vision that with his determination, untiring vitality, ability to dialogue between the various souls of the association, his typically feminine determination at the head of UCINA, led the association and its members to achieve important goals even in complicated years for the boating sector.
To UCINA, as an Association, in the hands of the general manager Marina Stella, goes the recognition for having believed in the strength of an association that in a unique and unequivocal way represents the made in Italy and the interests of its members and of the entire boating industry; for having believed and fought to maintain and consolidate the Boat Show of Genoa as a reference event for the world's nautical compartment, and showcase the best production of leisure boats, accessories, engines, to ports, to services and tourism; for having believed and invested in the value of a young, motivated, always available, highly professional and well-directed staff for UCINA and the Salone Nautico by its general manager, Marina Stella.