Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli's new AC75, how it's made

Sailing boat

19/04/2024 - 15:28
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The best people to describe how Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli's new AC75 for the 37th America's Cup was born are those who built it, starting from the moulds to the launch. A job that requires great precision and coordination, in which the team's technicians (Ben Field, Mariano Lucca, Lukas and Roman Blascik, Keith Sexton, Marian Catargiu, Leandro Antoliche, Carlos Cardona, Tamas Tompa) and those of the Persico Marine shipyard worked together for long months in a synchronous and impeccable manner with one common goal: to build the fastest boat to win the America's Cup.

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