2012 Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge Imperia Race For Wind And Wave

In September 2012, after a fierce day-to-day confrontation with many historic classic sailing ships around the world, they finally completed the second and final leg of the 2012 Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge in Imperia, Italy. For the past 8 years, Panerai has sponsored this international tour for classic and classic sailing.
    The competition in Le Vele d’ Epoca di Imperia lasted for 5 days. Participants and spectators could experience the local sunny summer and the breeze together. The four groups attracted about 80 gorgeous sailing ships: Cambria won the big boat group, Jour de Fête won the classic boat group, Arcadia won the classic boat group, and Prelude also won the traditional spiritual group. The champions, the champions of each group received a Panerai watch as a reward.

    The big ship Cambria has been a frequent visitor to the Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge for many years. This forty-meter-long sailing ship was completed in 1928 at the William Fife shipyard in Scotland, and it is currently the only 23-meter international-class sailing boat still sailing.
    Jour De Fête is the new force in the Panerai Challenge. Designed by Frank Paine and Starling Burgess, this ship was built in Boston in 1930 and is a Q-class sailing ship. More than 50 years after Jour De Fête was abandoned, he was favored by his new owner and restored in Maine. The man who helmed the 15-meter Bermuda dhow was the prestigious French captain Bernard Trouble.

    In September 2012, a number of historic classic sailing boats from around the world, after fierce confrontation for several days, finally completed the second and final leg of the 2012 Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge in Imperia, Italy. For the past 8 years, Panerai has sponsored this international tour for classic and classic sailing.
    The competition in Le Vele d’ Epoca di Imperia lasted for 5 days. Participants and spectators could experience the local sunny summer and the breeze together. The four groups attracted about 80 gorgeous sailing ships: Cambria won the big boat group, Jour de Fête won the classic boat group, Arcadia won the classic boat group, and Prelude also won the traditional spiritual group. The champions, the champions of each group received a Panerai watch as a reward.
    The big ship Cambria has been a frequent visitor to the Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge for many years. This forty-meter-long sailing ship was completed in 1928 at the William Fife shipyard in Scotland, and it is currently the only 23-meter international-class sailing boat still sailing.
    Jour De Fête is the new force in the Panerai Challenge. Designed by Frank Paine and Starling Burgess, this ship was built in Boston in 1930 and is a Q-class sailing ship. More than 50 years after Jour De Fête was abandoned, he was favored by his new owner and restored in Maine. The man who helmed the 15-meter Bermuda dhow was the prestigious French captain Bernard Trouble.