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Sardinia Hosts Luxury Sailing Charter Yachts for Exclusive Regatta

Sardinia Perini Navi Cup luxury sailing yacht regatta

Some of the world’s largest yachts in the Mediterranean yacht charter market will gather next week off the coast of Sardinia to race head to head in the fourth edition of the Perini Navi Cup.

Perini Navi luxury sailing yacht charter sailboat race regatta

Limited exclusively to sailing yachts built by Italy’s Perini Navi Group, 19 yachts will participate in three intense days of racing against the beautiful backdrop of Porto Cervo, Sardinia, September 1st through the 4th.

Organized by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, the major sponsors include international brands such as Audi, Champagne Pommery, and Rolex

The fleet gathering in the waters of Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda will range from the 33.5m sloop Heritage M to the 88m sail clipper THE MALTESE FALCON. Some of the Perini Navi Group’s most recently launched yachts, including the 2011 56m ketch sail yacht FIDELIS, will also be present.

Perini Navi Cup sailboat regatta race luxury sailboat yachts cruises

Other Perini Navi yacht charter vessels to join the competition are 2010 sail yacht MELEK, 2010 sailing yacht PANTHALASSA, 2007 sail yacht SELENE, and 2008 sloop SALUTE.

With a fleet of 51 yachts on the water, Perini is the world leader in the design and construction of large sailing yachts.  The Group is made up of the Perini shipyard in Viareggio, the Picchiotti yard in La Spezia, and the Perini Istanbul shipyard in Yildiz, Turkey.


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