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2015 Rolex Middle Sea Race overall
ARS UNA (ITA), TALA (GBR) and JIVARO (FRA 27) passing Levanzo Island - Rolex Middle Sea Race© Rolex / Carlo Borlenghi

Rolex Middle Sea Race 2015 overall

Rolex Middle Sea Race – The idea of circumnavigating Sicily appeals to many. The lure of dramatic scenery, active volcanoes, dolphins jumping across your bow and extended summer is intense. For the sailor, the Rolex Middle Sea Race is the last regatta on the Mediterranean racing calendar, a must do on their offshore bucket lists, thus a pilgrimage to Malta ensues every October.

It is the challenge of a simple course, yet an incredibly complex race that appeals to professional and Corinthian sailors alike. The combination of myriad land features, with varied winds and sea states creates one of the most complex puzzles for navigators. Yet there will only be one winner. The team that has prepared extensively, studied the weather forecasts, scrutinised the nautical charts and convinced their team to execute their advice with precision. Preparation is fundamental, yet the ability to interpret the changing conditions while racing and adapt accordingly is what delivers success.

With just one mark to keep to port when leaving Valletta’s Grand Harbour, the Rolex Middles Sea Race will take you through the Strait of Messina, around the Lighthouse of the Mediterranean – the bubbling volcano of Stromboli, through the Aeolian Islands and onto the Egadi Islands before you leave Pantelleria and Lampedusa to port and return to Malta for a dramatic finish in Marsamxett Harbour.

Covering more than 608 nautical miles, the fleet of 111 yachts, which competed in the 36th edition of the Rolex Middle Sea Race was no exception. Teams from 22 nations with yachts ranging from nine to 25 metres in length set off under cannon fire and in very light air conditions on Saturday, 17 October.

The first to return were the Americans. Lloyd Thornburg’s MOD 70 trimaran Phaedo3 christened the finish line just after midnight on Tuesday, 20 October. Closely followed by George David’s canting keel maxi Rambler 88 who claimed monohull line honours. An impressive feat for the course record holders, who had hoped for a weather forecast that would enable them to better their time with their new Juan Kouyoumidjian design.

2015 Rolex Middle Sea Race overall

Complex race – Rolex Middle Sea RaceRolex

“We broke the course record in 2007 but that has not been broken this year. So it is nice to keep that one intact,” commented George David. “This was a slow race, although we did have incredibly varied conditions, we saw zero to 23 knots of wind speed and everything in between and every cardinal point of the compass for wind direction and wind transitions of up to 90 degrees. In respect of the record, the first half of the race killed any chance and in the second half we had 160 miles dead up wind from Trapani to Lampedusa.’

Going for the Grand Slam
“I would say we have had the short end of the weather in our races this year, definitely in the Rolex Fastnet, although we won our class and beat Comanche, it was a small boat race with good wind coming behind for the little boats.” With the Rolex Fastnet and Rolex Middle Sea Race complete, Rambler 88 is going for the Grand Slam. George David and his star crew now have their sights set on the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race which starts on 26 December in Sydney (AUS), the ultimate offshore race.

Precision, teamwork and timing
Experience gained from many previous editions came into play for the two Italian teams in one of the most competitive classes, IRC 2 where it was Vincenzo Onorato’s Cookson 50 Mascalzone Latino battling with TP52 B2 owned by Michele Galli, overall winner of the 2013 Rolex Middle Sea Race.

B2 (ITA) crossed the finish line just before midnight, to take first position in the overall rankings but there was a nervous look about the crew. They scanned the darkness outside Marsamxett Harbour, looking for the masthead light of Vincenzo Onorato’s, Cookson 50 Mascalzone Latino (ITA). As their Italian rivals came into view, the tension was obvious onboard B2. Mascalzone Latino crossed the finish line minutes later and stopped the clock. After three and half days at sea, B2 corrected out to beat Mascalzone Latino by a mere nine seconds. An incredible feat, having sailed 649 nautical miles.

Thinking back on the race, Spanish navigator Nacho Postigo commented; “Crossing the finish line with an advantage of nine seconds in corrected time was a big surprise, but even if we had lost to Mascalzone Latino we would have been happy, because we know both teams raced a great race and we both would be fair winners.”

“For me this was a typical Middle Sea Race: you struggle to find the wind, and when you find it, it happens to be in excess. This time it was more about light than about strong winds. I think it is one of the most challenging races in the world. There is a strong association between land and sea, and this drives you to take many important decisions along the way; sometimes, mistakes are really expensive here.”

“We have a great team on B2. Francesco De Angelis is a very motivating person, always pushing. Michele is a fantastic owner, very competitive, and he really loves these offshore races. And then the rest of the crew: I don’t know the number of (spinannker) peels we’ve did in these three days and a half, but they were all simply perfect.”

A race of class and classes

2015 Rolex Middle Sea Race overall

Complex race – Rolex Middle Sea RaceRolex


Over the course of six days, it was to become clear that this year’s edition was a race for the larger boats. Those who could keep up with the favourable wind conditions, while the smaller boats fell prey to the light airs only to be whisked up on late Wednesday when the mistral came through.

Setting the pace in the fleet from the outset was Deiter Schoen’s Maxi 72 MOMO (GER), who beat out rival Rambler 88 on corrected time to claim the victory in IRC 1. MOMO hardly let the American maxi out of their site during the three days and on corrected time would be the class winner, and finish third overall in the 2015 Rolex Middle Sea Race.

Meanwhile in IRC 3 the young Turkish team onboard Arkas Flying Box, racing a Ker 40, maintained their lead throughout the race to come out on top.

Family legacy
In IRC 4 it was Rockall IV a custom Corby 38 in first, with Elusive owned and sailed by the Podesta family in second place. The legacy of longstanding member of the Royal Malta Yacht Club, Arthur Podesta was felt throughout the race, with three of his children sailing onboard the family’s First 45. Podesta was only person to have competed in every edition of the Rolex Middle Sea Race over the past 47 years.

Racing in IRC 5, Lee Satariano and Christian Ripard, overall winners of the 2014 edition were back to defend their title. The Maltese team sailed a close race to win their class with their J122 Artie. Then in IRC 6 it was the Beneteau 40.7 Three Sisters that beat out the other 18 boats in their class.

Looking to the future
The Royal Malta Yacht Club is built upon the strong link between Malta and the sea. As the organisers of this historic race prepared for the official prizegiving, held where the Knights of Malta ran one of the first hospitals in Europe for more than 200 years, Commodore Godwin Zammit commented; “For the first time in a while, we’ve had no major issues at sea, no rescues. It’s been an interesting fleet with some high profile, big exciting multihulls – is a change from previous years. The variety is a good thing. We have many different kinds of boats from the big, professionally crewed boats to the family owned yachts. We are already looking forward to and planning for the next edition.”

The 2016 Rolex Middle Sea Race will start on 22 October.

Full results

IRC Division
Boat Name Boat Type Class TCC Elapsed Time Corrected Time Pos
B2 IRC 52 Class 2 1.394 d3 h10 m52 s1 d4 h19 m30 s59 1
MASCALZONE LATINO Cookson 50 Class 2 1.374 d3 h12 m4 s30 d4 h19 m31 s8 2
MOMO Maxi 72 Class 1 1.606 d3 h1 m18 s27 d4 h21 m43 s54 3
ARTIE J122 Class 5 1.088 d4 h15 m11 s0 d5 h0 m58 s2 4
ARKAS FLYING BOX Ker 40 Class 3 1.188 d4 h5 m53 s40 d5 h1 m3 s2 5
PROSPECTOR Farr 60 Class 2 1.378 d3 h16 m37 s48 d5 h2 m7 s55 6
RAMBLER Cant Keel Maxi Class 1 1.902 d2 h16 m18 s43 d5 h2 m19 s16 7
CANEVEL SPUMANTI First 40 cr Class 5 1.081 d4 h17 m12 s4 d5 h2 m22 s13 8
PLIS PLAY Swan 80 Class 2 1.388 d3 h16 m9 s53 d5 h2 m22 s21 9
WILD JOE RP60 Custom Class 1 1.492 d3 h10 m13 s19 d5 h2 m40 s30 10
SL ENERGIES GROUPE FASTWAVE J111 Class 5 1.086 d4 h17 m1 s47 d5 h2 m45 s0 11
THREE SISTERS Beneteau First 40.7 Class 6 1.049 d4 h21 m21 s59 d5 h3 m7 s2 12
COIN COIN Sydney GTS 43 Class 3 1.189 d4 h7 m57 s9 d5 h3 m35 s58 13
ROCKALL IV One off Class 4 1.115 d4 h14 m53 s14 d5 h3 m38 s21 14
UNICA Solaris Class 5 1.092 d4 h17 m37 s53 d5 h4 m5 s7 15
SFS II VOR 70 Class 1 1.647 d3 h3 m26 s18 d5 h4 m14 s48 16
ELUSIVE II BOV First 45 Class 4 1.11 d4 h16 m4 s28 d5 h4 m24 s9 17
SAGOLA-BIOTRADING Grand Soleil 37 Class 6 1.042 d4 h23 m54 s17 d5 h4 m56 s26 18
JIVARO J 133 Class 5 1.1 d4 h17 m51 s46 d5 h5 m14 s56 19
VARUNA VI KER 56 Class 1 1.529 d3 h10 m10 s50 d5 h5 m39 s14 20
XP-ACT BANKS SAILS RACING XP44 Class 4 1.137 d4 h15 m7 s37 d5 h6 m21 s4 21
GROUPE PMSIPILOT cs42 Class 4 1.152 d4 h13 m41 s52 d5 h6 m22 s18 22
CARO Botin 65 Class 1 1.515 d3 h11 m40 s0 d5 h6 m45 s17 23
AMAPOLA Beneteau Oceanis 430 Class 6 0.986 d5 h8 m43 s29 d5 h6 m55 s21 24
CIPPA LIPPA 8 Cookson 50 Class 2 1.36 d3 h21 m23 s40 d5 h7 m0 s59 25
OILTANKING JUNO J 133 Class 4 1.115 d4 h18 m1 s49 d5 h7 m8 s37 26
AURORA CANARD 41 Class 5 1.089 d4 h21 m0 s18 d5 h7 m25 s6 27
VIKESHA II Xp – 44 Class 4 1.137 d4 h16 m38 s20 d5 h8 m4 s13 28
COURRIER DU COEUR First 44.7 Class 4 1.114 d4 h19 m21 s54 d5 h8 m30 s59 29
Shirlaf Swan 65 Ketch Class 4 1.102 d4 h20 m37 s35 d5 h8 m31 s20 30
OTRA VEZ Ker 43 Class 2 1.277 d4 h4 m39 s32 d5 h8 m32 s29 31
ADRENALINE SYDNEY 46 2.89 Class 4 1.165 d4 h15 m6 s13 d5 h9 m26 s8 32
FOXY LADY X 41 Class 4 1.123 d4 h19 m54 s11 d5 h10 m9 s32 33
ARS UNA. MYLIUS 15E25 Class 3 1.244 d4 h8 m40 s58 d5 h10 m13 s31 34
JARHEAD J/109 Class 6 1.013 d5 h9 m5 s20 d5 h10 m46 s1 35
SEAWOLF Pronavia 38 Class 6 1.037 d5 h6 m48 s7 d5 h11 m29 s36 36
ENCORE First 40.7 Class 6 1.046 d5 h5 m56 s19 d5 h11 m43 s54 37
BENEMEDO Comet 45 S Class 4 1.135 d4 h20 m28 s0 d5 h12 m11 s22 38
MIRABELLE ROSATOM ELAN 350 Class 5 1.056 d5 h5 m25 s19 d5 h12 m26 s44 39
TALA Swan 45 Class 3 1.186 d4 h16 m1 s13 d5 h12 m51 s21 40
DUFFY Dufour 34 e Class 6 0.981 d5 h15 m35 s2 d5 h13 m0 s28 41
RAINBOW C&C 61 Class 4 1.164 d4 h18 m22 s2 d5 h13 m7 s24 42
XPEDITE xp44 Class 4 1.134 d4 h21 m45 s44 d5 h13 m32 s32 43
Neo Double Banks Sails Racing Neo 400 Carbon Class 4 1.174 d4 h17 m46 s9 d5 h13 m33 s54 44
BELKA 2 Raketa 1200 Class 3 1.203 d4 h15 m2 s51 d5 h13 m35 s24 45
LIBERTINE Comet 45S Class 4 1.135 d4 h21 m47 s30 d5 h13 m41 s36 46
TEKNO BARRISOL – KEYIF 60 Grand Soleil 45 Class 5 1.059 d5 h6 m30 s47 d5 h13 m58 s38 47
OJALA’ II ONE-OFF SLOOP Class 6 0.93 d6 h0 m7 s17 d5 h14 m1 s58 48
ATAME fastyacht fast 42 Class 5 1.084 d5 h4 m24 s38 d5 h14 m51 s39 49
TEAM CASCAIS DC 1200 Cr Class 5 1.071 d5 h6 m0 s19 d5 h14 m57 s5 50
KUKA-LIGHT One Off 42 Class 1 1.406 d4 h0 m1 s35 d5 h15 m0 s47 51
PARMA Dufour 45 Class 4 1.103 d5 h3 m4 s32 d5 h15 m45 s8 52
ARS UNA FY49 Class 4 1.171 d4 h20 m0 s9 d5 h15 m50 s20 53
KABESTAN INTUITION Reflex 38 Class 6 1.042 d5 h10 m23 s26 d5 h15 m52 s1 54
THE YACHT TRIBE First 40.7 Class 6 1.034 d5 h11 m24 s9 d5 h15 m52 s12 55
RUSSES first 44.7 Class 4 1.109 d5 h2 m41 s28 d5 h16 m3 s51 56
IMAGECONSOLE.COM J 122 Class 5 1.082 d5 h6 m8 s37 d5 h16 m29 s14 57
MOANA Marten 49 Class 3 1.26 d4 h12 m32 s33 d5 h16 m45 s48 58
DUSTOM Salona 37 Class 6 1.032 d5 h12 m45 s53 d5 h17 m0 s47 59
AREONAUTICA MILITARE AZUREE Azuree 33 Class 6 1.02 d5 h14 m28 s40 d5 h17 m10 s2 60
PHOSPHORUS Rodman 42 Class 4 1.129 d5 h3 m25 s23 d5 h19 m20 s40 61
JUKEBOX IMX 40 Class 5 1.077 d5 h9 m28 s42 d5 h19 m26 s53 62
NORTHERN CHILD – PERFORMANCE YACHT CHARTER Swan 51 Class 5 1.073 d5 h10 m7 s22 d5 h19 m37 s18 63
MONTRACHET Swan 48 Class 4 1.112 d5 h5 m43 s9 d5 h19 m47 s58 64
GNOSIS Azurre 40 Class 4 1.108 d5 h6 m57 s47 d5 h20 m40 s30 65
HAGAR II Felci 61 Class 2 1.282 d4 h13 m57 s5 d5 h20 m57 s27 66
Elmo’s Fire ocean 71 Class 4 1.156 d5 h2 m43 s42 d5 h21 m52 s26 67
JINGS! J/133 Class 4 1.109 d5 h8 m35 s38 d5 h22 m36 s38 68
LUNZ AM MEER Swan 65.1 Class 3 1.182 d5 h2 m52 s4 d6 h1 m13 s46 69
WAYPOINT POGO S2 Class 3 1.265 d4 h18 m54 s21 d6 h1 m21 s21 70
CASSIOPEIA HEBE IV Dufour 500 GL Class 5 1.078 d5 h15 m1 s2 d6 h1 m32 s54 71
PEGASUS CITTA DI VERONA akilaria 950 Class 4 1.164 d5 h5 m41 s55 d6 h2 m18 s47 72
BELLA SASSY Vision 50 Class 4 1.102 d5 h13 m5 s34 d6 h2 m40 s5 73
JUNOPLANO One Off 60 Class 2 1.383 d4 h10 m9 s31 d6 h2 m49 s2 74
WEDDEL Grand Mistral One Design Class 1 1.511 d4 h2 m3 s15 d6 h4 m9 s35 75
AMBERSAIL VO 60 Class 1 1.42 d4 h9 m7 s1 d6 h5 m15 s57 76
GAGARIN First 47.7 Class 5 1.082 d5 h21 m44 s39 d6 h9 m22 s1 77
ARTEMIS OCEAN RACING Open 60 Class 1 1.6 d4 h4 m9 s48 d6 h16 m15 s40 78
GREEN DRAGON Volvo Open 70 Class 1 1.643 d4 h14 m1 s56 d7 h12 m46 s58 79
VESTRA OPEN 60 Class 1 1.448 d5 h6 m59 s17 d7 h15 m52 s43 80
BLACK BETTY Open 70 Class 1 1.643 d4 h19 m36 s14 d7 h21 m56 s13 81
MUCA MACA XP 44 Class 4 1.108 d0 h0 m0 s0 d h m s 102
AUGUST RUSH BETA PAINTS Pacer 376 Class 4 1.117 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
CLEM Swan 56 CR Class 4 1.159 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
DORADE Classic Yawl Class 6 1.003 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
DU 4 Dufour 45 Class 5 1.076 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
FREYJA ELAN 40 Racing Class 6 1.031 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
GAETANA Swan 651 Class 3 1.179 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
GLOBAL YACHT RACING EH01 47.7 Class 5 1.093 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
GUARDIAN ANGEL Oyster 885 Class 2 1.362 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
Heaven Can Wait II – Magnum Sport First 45 Class 4 1.11 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
HERE&NOW Sunfast 3600 Class 6 1.05 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
LITTLE EMILY First 40.7 Class 6 1.047 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
PORFAVOR DUFOUR 40 E PERFORMANCE Class 6 1.038 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
SCARLET OYSTER Lightwave 48 Class 5 1.077 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
SCIARA First 44.7 Class 5 1.086 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
SIGIRIYA 445GL Class 5 1.057 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
SKIPPERCLUB Elan 431 Class 6 1.021 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
TANTE ANNI Pogo 40 Class 3 1.259 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
TEAM WILD GOOSE Dufour 44 Class 5 1.089 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
VOLA VOLA Millenium 40 Class 4 1.165 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102
DAVANTI TYRES Grand soleil 54 Class 4 1.161 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 102

 

ORC Division
Boat Name Boat Type Class GPH Elapsed Time Corrected Time Pos
MASCALZONE LATINO Cookson 50 Class 2 459.7 d3 h12 m4 s30 d3 h7 m22 s31 1
B2 IRC 52 Class 1 442.3 d3 h10 m52 s1 d3 h9 m19 s11 2
THREE SISTERS Beneteau First 40.7 Class 6 609.1 d4 h21 m21 s59 d3 h11 m43 s25 3
ARTIE J122 Class 5 578.0 d4 h15 m11 s0 d3 h11 m56 s4 4
CANEVEL SPUMANTI First 40 cr Class 5 585.3 d4 h17 m12 s4 d3 h12 m23 s52 5
SAGOLA-BIOTRADING Grand Soleil 37 Class 6 618.1 d4 h23 m54 s17 d3 h12 m41 s7 6
UNICA Solaris Class 5 583.8 d4 h17 m37 s53 d3 h12 m42 s40 7
SL ENERGIES GROUPE FASTWAVE J111 Class 5 582.6 d4 h17 m1 s47 d3 h12 m46 s27 8
ARKAS FLYING BOX Ker 40 Class 3 522.3 d4 h5 m53 s40 d3 h13 m16 s29 9
WILD JOE RP60 Custom Class 1 421.2 d3 h10 m13 s19 d3 h13 m27 s29 10
ROCKALL IV One off Class 4 568.5 d4 h14 m53 s14 d3 h13 m36 s8 11
AMAPOLA Beneteau Oceanis 430 Class 6 649.4 d5 h8 m43 s29 d3 h13 m57 s15 12
ELUSIVE II BOV First 45 Class 4 567.5 d4 h16 m4 s28 d3 h14 m12 s26 13
AURORA CANARD 41 Class 5 589.6 d4 h21 m0 s18 d3 h14 m30 s58 14
COIN COIN Sydney GTS 43 Class 3 525.7 d4 h7 m57 s9 d3 h14 m46 s42 15
PLIS PLAY Swan 80 Class 1 441.0 d3 h16 m9 s53 d3 h15 m2 s26 16
OILTANKING JUNO J 133 Class 4 566.7 d4 h18 m1 s49 d3 h16 m32 s18 17
KUKA-LIGHT One Off 42 Class 2 460.4 d4 h0 m1 s35 d3 h16 m35 s42 18
FOXY LADY X 41 Class 5 576.7 d4 h19 m54 s11 d3 h16 m37 s23 19
XP-ACT BANKS SAILS RACING XP44 Class 4 551.8 d4 h15 m7 s37 d3 h16 m37 s35 20
CIPPA LIPPA 8 Cookson 50 Class 2 461.5 d3 h21 m23 s40 d3 h16 m43 s46 21
COURRIER DU COEUR First 44.7 Class 4 569.2 d4 h19 m21 s54 d3 h17 m20 s51 22
ARMONIA I BAVARIA 46 TURBO Class 6 612.8 d5 h6 m57 s21 d3 h17 m32 s10 23
VIKESHA II Xp – 44 Class 4 554.2 d4 h16 m38 s20 d3 h17 m43 s47 24
VARUNA VI KER 56 Class 1 389.7 d3 h10 m10 s50 d3 h18 m24 s20 25
DUFFY Dufour 34 e Class 6 659.4 d5 h15 m35 s2 d3 h18 m27 s24 26
BENEMEDO Comet 45 S Class 4 564.1 d4 h20 m28 s0 d3 h18 m56 s34 27
ARS UNA. MYLIUS 15E25 Class 3 505.3 d4 h8 m40 s58 d3 h18 m59 s10 28
ATAME fastyacht fast 42 Class 6 600.6 d5 h4 m24 s38 d3 h19 m7 s45 29
MIRABELLE ROSATOM ELAN 350 Class 6 606.6 d5 h5 m25 s19 d3 h19 m38 s30 30
SEAWOLF Pronavia 38 Class 6 607.3 d5 h6 m48 s7 d3 h20 m18 s46 31
Neo Double Banks Sails Racing Neo 400 Carbon Class 3 544.2 d4 h17 m46 s9 d3 h20 m21 s35 32
TEAM CASCAIS DC 1200 Cr Class 5 599.3 d5 h6 m0 s19 d3 h20 m31 s17 33
OJALA’ II ONE-OFF SLOOP Class 6 688.2 d6 h0 m7 s17 d3 h20 m39 s32 34
LIBERTINE Comet 45S Class 4 559.9 d4 h21 m47 s30 d3 h20 m56 s52 35
HISPANIOLA EVENTO 42 Class 4 562.0 d4 h22 m0 s23 d3 h21 m17 s27 36
Elmo’s Fire ocean 71 Class 4 560.4 d5 h2 m43 s42 d3 h21 m23 s42 37
GREEN CHALLENGE BM Class 40 Class 3 525.2 d4 h13 m30 s50 d3 h21 m50 s25 38
ARS UNA FY49 Class 3 544.8 d4 h20 m0 s9 d3 h22 m4 s43 39
XPEDITE xp44 Class 4 554.2 d4 h21 m45 s44 d3 h22 m26 s46 40
BELKA 2 Raketa 1200 Class 3 520.7 d4 h15 m2 s51 d3 h22 m39 s39 41
RAINBOW C&C 61 Class 3 530.9 d4 h18 m22 s2 d3 h22 m55 s19 42
CASSIOPEIA HEBE IV Dufour 500 GL Class 6 609.5 d5 h15 m1 s2 d3 h23 m27 s16 43
PARMA Dufour 45 Class 4 567.8 d5 h3 m4 s32 d3 h23 m29 s59 44
DIGITAL BRAVO Club Swan 42 Class 3 542.3 d4 h20 m7 s13 d3 h23 m55 s31 45
GNOSIS Azurre 40 Class 5 584.0 d5 h6 m57 s47 d3 h23 m56 s18 46
RUSSES first 44.7 Class 4 568.8 d5 h2 m41 s28 d4 h0 m29 s42 47
PEGASUS CITTA DI VERONA akilaria 950 Class 5 587.2 d5 h5 m41 s55 d4 h0 m30 s33 48
DREAMING SWISS XC-42 Class 6 616.0 d5 h14 m59 s29 d4 h1 m34 s1 49
JUKEBOX IMX 40 Class 5 588.6 d5 h9 m28 s42 d4 h2 m53 s54 50
MOANA Marten 49 Class 2 495.2 d4 h12 m32 s33 d4 h3 m11 s25 51
JIVARO J 133 Class 4 570.9 d4 h17 m51 s46 d4 h6 m12 s38 52
GAGARIN First 47.7 Class 6 605.7 d5 h21 m44 s39 d4 h6 m15 s19 53
JUNOPLANO One Off 60 Class 2 461.7 d4 h10 m9 s31 d4 h8 m47 s34 54
BELLA SASSY Vision 50 Class 4 566.4 d5 h13 m5 s34 d4 h9 m20 s0 55
DORADE Classic Yawl Class 6 613.5 d0 h0 m0 s0 d h m s 60
FREYJA ELAN 40 Racing Class 6 614.7 d0 h0 m0 s0 d h m s 60
MUCA MACA XP 44 Class 4 569.2 d0 h0 m0 s0 d h m s 60
VOLA VOLA Millenium 40 Class 3 536.9 d0 h0 m0 s0 d h m s 60
MARINERIA ITALIANA Rm 12.60 Class 4 561.4 d0 h0 m0 s0 d0 h0 m0 s0 60

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