Friday, 15 May 2009
The crew of Pisco Sour III bask in the hazy Mediterranean sunshine in place of racing. Image copyright Ian Roman/Audi MedCup.
by DabliuSailProject media (in translation)
Alicante grants a "lifeless" day. Tomorrow the coastal regatta will be replaced with three races around the cans, wind allowing. The wait makes the athletes ready to give battle at sea nervous. A lot of diversions were adopted: competitions of playstation, race on the beach, gymnasium and a good book in the pool.
Afterwards, for the boys of VASCOTTO, a double appointment: The birthday of the helmsman Alberto Bolzan - 27 candles to put out in the evening - and the navigation web docked in the site ACMILAN.COM to support the Foundation Milan.
"The thing that satisfies me most is the interest created around the Foundation Milan", says Vasco Vascotto, skipper and tactician of Pisco Sour III. "For a sailor when there is not wind it does not go well. Tomorrow three races are expected, we are ready and concentrated to give the utmost, after a small celebration tonight, a slice of cake in honour of Alberto."