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A tribute to Roberto Migliaccio


The team at Fraser Yachts has sadly announced the loss of a valued team member shortly before the Monaco Yacht Show last week, Roberto Migliaccio.

The company released the following statement to commemorate and celebrate Roberto’s life. “Roberto was one of the employees who worked the longest at Fraser Yachts; he had been part of the Fraser team for over 11 years, and was one of the finest Technical Superintendents.

“He was a wonderful man who really embraced life. He was also so happy about what he had built together with his wife Julia. He has a lovely family and he was extremely proud of it. He often used to say to his colleagues that the best thing he did in his life was to marry Julia and have his daughters Matilda and Gaia. Deep in his soul and his whole attitude was one of a team player. If there is one thing to do to honour his memory, it will be to follow his pace and keep that very essential spirit of cooperation within our company. We are deeply thankful for all that Roberto gave us.”

Roberto worked in the yachting industry for many years, first as a captain and then for Fraser Yachts.

In memory of Roberto and in support of his family at this tragic time an online fundraising page has been set up:‐fundraiser/in‐memory‐of‐roberto‐migliaccio/239496#.VCZeAy‐HoLe.mailto.

By Gemma Fottles

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