The Propeller Club of Monaco


The Propeller Club the United States, International Port of Monaco was founded in 1976 by a group of businessmen residing in Monaco and working in shipping, under the instigation of Baron Fabio Aliotti, the President of The Propeller Club, Port of Genoa.

At the time of its creation, the Port of Monaco became part of The Propeller Club of the United States, the original founder of The Propeller Club in 1927.

The Propeller Club of the United Stars, International Port of Monaco developed throughout the years. Managers and staff of many internationally known shipping companies with offices in Monaco, such as Texaco, Olympic, Venus Shipping became members. Over one period one third of the world's fleet was represented, and the Club's membership grew to 120 members in 1999.

Presently resident and several non-resident members include shipowners, ship managers, technical staff, accountants, brokers, bankers, insurers, suppliers, all in the merchant marine and the cruise industry.

The Propeller Club of the United Stars, International Port of Monaco is striving to promote and support the shipping industry in Monaco by creating a platform for social contacts in a pleasant environment between  professionals active in the shipping and related industries through a varied program of conferences with high level speakers, invited locally and from abroad, and other events.

A Board of Governors, composed of 8 to 12 members, meets when necessary, to consider new member applications, organise the conferences and discuss the Club's activities.

Summary

- History: The International Propeller Club is an American organization founded in 1927...

- Activities: The club convenes once a month...

- Members: Today counting over 150 active members...

- Board: The club is steered by a Board of Governors composed of 12 members...