VIDEO Azzurra is finally in the water: it’s good sailing


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imageWe had shown you photos of the construction in the shipyard. Now Azzurra, the new TP52 sports symbol of the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, has finally taken to the water. In the video we show you will see the first edges of the boat in Valencia. It was built at King Marine shipyards in the Spanish city, designed by the great Marcelino Botin and under the supervision of Italian-Argentinian project manager Miguel Costa. In equipggio skipper Guillermo Parada and tactician Vasco Vascotto, the man with 23 career world titles won. The first test will be at Palmavela (April 30 – May 3) then under the 52 Super Series 2015!





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