The show stopped in St. Barth.


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sans_titre_254Rambler 88, Comanche, Phaedo 3, Bella Mente, Music, Odin. These are just a few of the 78 splendid boats (an absolute record, with 10 more boats than last year) featured these days at Les Voiles de St. Barth, the Caribbean regatta that has now become a fixture: both for the beauty of the race course (the waters off the island of Saint Barthelemy) and for many shore-based initiatives dedicated to crews.

There are also some Italian sailors in the race, moreover embarked on super boats: there is Michele Cannoni on Beautiful mind, American Hap Fauth’s JV 72 fresh overall winner of the RORC Caribbean 600; joining him on board is also Federico Giovannelli, while Silvio Arrivabene is embarked on Rambler 88, George David’s jewel that all eyes are on after a not-top performance at RORC.




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