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Rolex Giraglia Offshore 2019 through the eyes of Carlo Borlenga

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At midday on June 12, nearly three hundred Rolex Giraglia competitors caught wind in 15-20 knots and set off from Saint-Tropez, France. Ahead of them awaited a 241-mile crossing to Monacovia the island of Giralla .

The main intrigue of the next 24 hours was whether this year they would finally manage to break the speed record that the crew of the 30m Maxi Esimit Europa 2 had set back in 2012 - 14 hours, 56 minutes and 18 seconds? The main candidates for the new record breakers were, of course, the commensurate with the current record holders - like the American Juan K 27M Rambler 88 and the British Wallycento Magic Carpet 3.









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