Mini Transat 6.50

From the mold of the Mini Proto Man@Work, which demonstrated excellent performances both in Italy (Rome for Two) and in France (Mini Fastnet), was born the project of the Twister 6.50, to compete in the category reserved for the series boat, more affordable and with...

Cometa

October 2001, a gloriously sunny day, with winds between 15 and 25 knots. It all comes good in the end for the Cometa Team as their Open Class 65 ft leades 1,968 rivals away from the start of the 2001 Barcolana Regatta in Trieste, setting...

First 36,7

In 2001 Beneteau Shipyard launched one of the best and more successfull cruiser racers on the market: the First 36.7. This 10,60 m boat, designed by Farr Yacht Design, followed the path of her equally successful predecessor First 40.7. The owner of the first Italian...

Ostar 35

The goal of the project was to create a 35 ft able to stand out for style in the first and most prestigious transatlantic regatta of that time: the Ostar. Weather forecast were very various, with two first weeks of upwind sailing with winds over...

Zero One Design

The first step to start sailing with an economical, safe and manageable boat, but at the same time, with the best performance level in her category; “Zero” was the link between dinghy and sailing boat....

Bonin 34

The first series built boat, designed during Metropiù Metromeno construction, again for Cantieri Bonin; 30 boats built, a huge success of a young designer and a small boatyard....

Metropiù Metromeno

Metropiù Metromeno was born almost as a game, to race the Barcolana. During each meeting of the working group the mast height was constantly growing, until Cossutti came out with a joke that became historic: “Who cares about the length of the mast, more or...