"Les Bateaux de la Principauté" Stole/Pareo


Explore the world aboard five of the Principality's historic boats!

Five emblematic boats to allow you to relive a part of Monaco's history and/or to challenge the best racing teams!

Lightness, fineness and extreme softness characterize this stole that can be worn by men or women! Around the neck, on the shoulders or wrapped around the waist like a pareo.

Colours : Blue, Pink, Beige, Grey.

  • 100% cotton
  • 140 x 140 cm | Handmade, the dimensions of this stole may vary slightly

Free delivery in Monaco within 24 hours and in France (5 days)

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Drawing (her passion since childhood), her high standards, her taste for beautiful materials and her love of colors are part of her creative universe.

Her precise line, her talented pencil stroke, her delicate paintings transport us to the high seas on the emblematic boats of the Principality.

Combining the gesture of the brush with the mastery of the graphic tablet pen is what characterizes her the most. Collaborating with the greatest luxury houses, she spontaneously and cheerfully embarked on the flagships of Monoïkos 1297.


The seas and oceans hold a central place in the history of the Principality. The Monegasque sovereigns have distinguished themselves in many ways, through vast maritime expeditions to the Mediterranean and the Black Sea as early as the 12th century, through scientific campaigns from Spitzberg to the Azores, but also through the creation of the Oceanographic Museum and through the Principality's tireless commitment to their preservation.

Five boats are honored in this collection, five Monegasque boats that illustrate the unfailing and particular link of the Principality of Monaco with the seas and oceans.

The Deo Juvante: Deo Juvante is the motto of the Grimaldi family (with God's help), inscribed in their coat of arms. It is also the name of the yacht on which Prince Rainier welcomed Grace Kelly when she arrived in Monaco for their wedding.

 The Tuiga: Flagship of the Monaco Yacht Club, the Tuiga was born at the beginning of the 20th century and is one of the jewels of the Principality that can still be admired in classic yacht gatherings. It continues to train today many young people to the hard school of sailing, without winches... and without pity!

The Princess Alice and the Hirondelle: two witnesses to the expeditions of Prince Albert I, his numerous discoveries and the commitment of the Monegasque sovereigns to the preservation of the oceans.

The Malizia: the Monegasque racing boat, which has finished several times among the first in prestigious races: Transat Jacques Vabre, Route du Rhum, Vendée Globe, ...The Malizia - Seaexplorer promotes the United Nations' sustainable development goals.  

A Stole of Exception

Monoïkos 1297 stoles are 100% made of cotton and manufactured in France.

The detail making the difference, our requirement of quality passes by perfect finishings, achieved by craftsmen trained to excellence for the confection. 

The box is made in the Principality of Monaco from FSC certified paper from responsibly managed forests.

This stole-pareo of an extreme lightness, fineness and softness of the collection " The boats of the Principality " honors in drawings some of the boats that have made the history of the Principality of Monaco.

The cotton

The cotton in this garment has been carefully chosen.

Cotton is a natural, vegetable fiber and one of the oldest and most widely used fibers in the world.

Like most natural fibers, cotton is a breathing material. It has the particularity of not being too hot in summer and of being very pleasant in winter. A stole made of cotton will not soak up your sweat and will always remain very comfortable to wear.

In order to preserve its quality, we recommend you to wash this stole with a soft detergent at 30°C or even better to wash it by hand with a teaspoon of white spirit vinegar and let it dry flat or to entrust its care to a specialist. 

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