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What is this?

Posted on 04 November 2010 by Valencia Sailing

We don’t have all the information yet on this Extreme 40 yacht training off the Malvarosa beach in Valencia, other than what can be easily observed in Port America’s Cup or on the water, courtesy of the iPhone of one of Valencia Sailing’s readers and friends.

The Italian yacht is docked in the Mascalzone Latino base but to the best of our knowledge it has no relation to the Challenger of Record of the 34th America’s Cup.

I know it’s taken from far away but can you tell what boat was sailing off the Malvarosa beach on Thursday?



16 Comments For This Post

  1. Anonymous Says:

    It's a brand new Extreme 40 flying an Italian flag

  2. Anonymous Says:

    it's an extreme 40^^

  3. WetHog Says:

    The AC34 COR's new X40 Cat?

  4. Anonymous Says:

    mascalzone latino's extreme 40

  5. Anonymous Says:

    ..and probably paid for by BOR

  6. Anonymous Says:

    … because Vincenzo owns a whole fleet of ships but can't afford a tiny little X40 :)

  7. Anonymous Says:

    It really looks like the old Tommy Hilfiger, or possibly Holmatro, with a new set of sails obviously.
    Or it could be a brand new one…

  8. Anonymous Says:

    peyron brothers

  9. Anonymous Says:

    That would have to be Cayard's group, right?

  10. Anonymous Says:

    It's Alberto Barovier training with his Extreme40 team.
    Power to the bowmen!

  11. Anonymous Says:

    if he's alberto barovier it must be venezia challenge

  12. Anonymous Says:

    the last two shots were taken from an iphone off the beach!!!?

  13. Anonymous Says:

    It is a french flag, and as far as i know Nice is in France

  14. Anonymous Says:

    Nice is not the French town but the name of a company.
    The Italian owner of the Wally80 "Inti" have a company named "Nice"

  15. Anonymous Says:

    anonymous 11.50 …. go back to school

  16. Anonymous Says:

    In the second picture the words underneath 'Nice' are very likely 'Automation' which agrees with the theory that it is branded in the livery of Nice S.p.A http://www.niceforyou.com/nice-company.php
    Certainly looks Italian.







 

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