Antigua Sailing Week, so far G4 doesn’t capsize and wins

Okay, he scuffed in Le Voiles de Saint Barth. Now, however, he is doing really well at Antigua Sailing Week. We are talking about Timbalero III, the G4 of Gunboat, the flying cruising catamaran
. The first day of racing at the Caribbean classic propelled him into the lead (also on corrected time) in the catamaran rankings, ahead of Gunboat 55 Toccata. A great show with 115 boats starting this edition of Sailing Week, which will continue until May 1. Below are photos of the protagonists of the first day of racing. And congratulations, in the CSA 7 category, to the Jeanneau 53 At Last… of Italian Roberto Carassa, leading the way!




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