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Volvo Ocean Race

As a proud supporter of team Brunel we were able to get really close to the action at the Lisbon stopover and the Volvo Ocean Race festival in The Hague. Congratulations to all the teams finishing this great challenge, team Brunel in particular, becomming 2nd overall. Well done Bouwe Bekking and team Brunel!

Volvo Ocean Race Festival, The Hague

Experience the Volvo Ocean Race Festival, during the stopover in The Hague June 18, 19 and 20 2015. Enjoy a day on the water and see the Volvo Ocean Race boats up close when finishing or leaving for the final leg to Gothenburg.

Sailcannonball 2.0!

We are very proud to release our renewed website SailCannonball 2.0! Check out the 2015 calendar for a complete overview and join us for a relaxt Coastal Cruise, a serious Mile-builder or a spectacular Regatta. Welcome on Board!

Porto Cervo

Porto Cervo was created in the ’60s by Prince Karim Aga Khan, who was fascinated by the beauty of this stretch of Gallura and decided to create the Costa Smeralda Consortium, with the aim to increase and enhance the natural beauty of the territory.

The Consortium is based in Porto Cervo, which represents its beating heart, and gave great impetus to the Coast tourism, which, over the years, has managed to gain a prominent position in the international scene.

Porto Cervo is today the symbol of the Costa Smeralda, of luxury tourism and VIPs, of trendy pubs, restaurants and yachts, as well as privileged place of encounters of the international jetsetters.

The famous Piazzetta and the small streets that wind through the centre of the town are full of boutiques and jewellers of the most prestigious names; the architecture reflects the typical structures of Gallura and the seemingly simple buildings conceal finest hotels and exclusive villas. All this surrounded by scenery of rare beauty, where the transparency and colours of the sea are the real protagonists….let your gaze be lost in these wonders of nature, hard to describe, impossible to forget.

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