To be held quayside by Sunseeker’s office in Port Camille Rayon, Golfe Juan, the exclusive Sunseeker cocktail event will welcome members of the social elite from 3pm-6pm for an afternoon of high fashion, fine wines and VIP networking. Organised by Club Vivanova, a high-profile networking club, the opulent event will encapsulate the glamour of the French Riviera.
Having already received a fantastic reception from the Monegasque social scene, the 209 Blazer will be on display once more – this time in a maritime setting. Created for the modern gentleman who likes to bend the rules in style, the 209 Blazer is produced using the finest materials at an atelier near Milan and elevates men’s luxury beachwear. The versatile jacket, which launches in Spring 2017, has already been pre-ordered by many trendsetters from around the world and redefines notions of sartorial elegance.
Founder of Club Vivanova, Bradley Mitton, will introduce 209 Mare – and other attending partners – to the event’s guests. The 209 Blazer will take pride of place alongside new and used luxury Sunseeker yachts, fine wines from the Wine Palace Monte Carlo, and polar iceberg water from Svalbardi. The private event will welcome members of Club Vivanova, and other distinguished guests for an afternoon of luxury in a scenic location.
Federico Uribe, Co-Founder of 209 Mare, commented:
“Just like Sunseeker did in 1969, 209 Mare is beginning its journey by sourcing the most revolutionary materials and pairing them with bold designs of exquisite taste. We want our customers to embrace the new found elegance and trend that our Beach Blazers provide, whether aboard a luxury yacht or at a chic beach club. Both Sunseeker and 209 customers live boldly, according to their own rules. If you’re going to break the rule, do it in style. #DareToBeBold”
I have been sailing all my life, from dinghy racing to Trimaran Orma 60 and currently I am racing on the J 145 Double Take in the Pacific Northwest. As a Business and Marketing student I am working for a Yacht brokerage in Seattle: Swiftsure Yachts. As a sailor I believe that the journey matter even more than the destination. “A ship is safe in a harbour, but that’s not what a ship are made for.”