VIDEO Indonesia Mon Amour: come on, Henry is waiting for you!


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We have often told you about Enrico Tettamanti,
(e.g. HERE e HERE) The skipper with over 150,000 miles on his shoulders, who aboard the Solaris 72 Kamana (21 meters designed by Doug Peterson) has been sailing around the world since 2002, offering everyone the opportunity to be hosted on board: not just a charter, but a real adventure.
Screenshot 2015-10-14 at 11:38:04 a.m.Also because Henry in his wanderings has touched and will touch all the mythical places on the planet. Now, as the splendid video he sent us documents, he is in Indonesia. In 2016 from Hong Kong she will sail to Kamchatka and the Aleutians, and then launch into the Northwest Passage in 2017 and sail down to Panama. Then Peru, Chile, Patagonia, Cape Horn and north again to Argentina, Brazil, the Azores, Portugal until we reach Norway (in 2019). To contact Henry, or



The Solaris 72 (21.55 meters) is a special and absolutely unique boat designed by the great Doug Peterson. Indeed, it can reach any destination on our planet, providing incredible comfort. She was built at the Serigi shipyard, famous for launching boats of the highest standard, both in terms of marine qualities and fine finishes, considered among the best in the world. The Solaris was built with extraordinary care and with an abundance of detail since from the beginning the goal was that it could sail in both tropical tropical climates and near the poles. The deck is so well designed that there is just the right amount of space for everything. From a deep, protected cockpit you steer the boat, steering and operating the winches for the sail sheets. A second huge guest cockpit offers the opportunity to enjoy the scenery while comfortably seated and protected both from the sun in temperate climates and from the cold, thanks to a special awning that shelters it entirely. The outdoor table can comfortably seat 12 people.



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