Luna Rossa, a team of champions: Enrico Voltolini


11/12/2023 - 09:41

Skipper Max Sirena wanted him on board Luna Rossa as early as 2013 for the San Francisco campaign, on the 72-foot catamaran, but at that time Enrico Voltolini was committed to the Olympic campaign with the Star class, where he won the European championship in 2011. Later, he switched to the Finn class, finally in the last edition of the America's Cup, Enrico Voltolini was selected by Luna Rossa through the Young Generation project. On the AC 75, he won the Prada Cup and raced in the Cup matches against the New Zealand Defender. Born in Piacenza, he gained his sailing experience in Lerici, in the Gulf of La Spezia. Confirmed for the 37th America's Cup in the role of sailor/cyclor, Voltolini was also entrusted with the role of commander of the AC40. reached Voltolini right on board the foiling monotype, where Giuliano Luzzatto interviewed him while the operations were underway to send the boat to the Preliminary Regatta in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where Luna Rossa achieved an excellent second place behind Emirates Team New Zealand.

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