Portofino 200 Mile, Elan 410 Nair wins.

nair-equipmentMarco Donnini’s Elan 410 Nair (Circolo Nautico Bogliasco) won overall the Portofino 200 Miglia, the new sailing event organized by Circolo Nautico Rapallo.

THE CHOICE OF REDUCTION
Originally the route was to be 181 miles, starting from Portofino via Giraglia, Capraia, Gorgona and then returning to Portofino. But the prohibitive forecast caused the Race Committee to opt for two shortened courses: one on the Portofino-Tino Island-Portofino route for smaller boats, the other on the Portofino-Gorgona-Portofino route (total: 125 miles) for larger boats. And it was on this course that Nair triumphed, taking 29 hours, 10 minutes and 30 seconds, finishing ahead of Alessandro Gandini’s Aloha (CN Rapallo).

Here are all the winners of the sail, category by category:

PORTOFINO-GORGONA-PORTOFINO ROUTE
Grouping B: Massimo Bonfante’s Corto Maltese (YC Chiavari)
Grouping C: Elliott by Giuseppe Scarfì (LNI Sestri Ponente)
Grouping D (and overall winner): Marco Donnini’s Nair (CN Bogliasco).

PORTOFINO-TINO-PORTOFINO ROUTE
Grouping 0: Celestina 3 by Campodonico-Frixione-Vernengo (LNI Chiavari)
Grouping A: Paladjn by Roberto Westermann (LNI Santa Margherita), solo.
Grouping B: Imxtinente by Adelio Frixione (CN Marina Aeroporto)
Grouping C: Essence by Luca Baffigo (CN Rapallo)

 

 

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