Rather a good start…

Alla Grande Pirelli! There is a new kid – or kids – on the yacht design block. When Italian skipper Ambrogio Beccaria decided he wanted a new Class40 designed for the 2022 Route du Rhum he just rang up a few old school friends… Following the race Giuliano Luzzatto felt that it was time to introduce himself

In conversation with Ambrogio Beccaria, Gianluca Guelfi and Fabio D’Angeli
Debuting at the Route du Rhum by placing second in the Class40 is no mean feat, even for a sailor like Ambrogio Beccaria, whose talents are widely recognised in the Mini 6.50 world especially, where he won the Mini Transat in the Production division while also finishing third overall in among the much more expensive Protos. In fact, ‘Bogi’ really learned his trade on these smallest of ocean-going racing boats, upon which he became a specialist.

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