Barcolana is sailing as the New York Marathon running. There is no enthusiast who would not want to get involved at least once in his life. There is no party in the world for those with such unparalleled passion. Barcolana can only be born and become what he has become in Trieste, Auckland in the Mediterranean. In Auckland, New Zealand, the “city of sails” we have come to know thanks to the exploits of Luna Rossa, when you look out at the sea, you always notice a thicket of trees. It’s no different in Trieste, where you can see sailboats everywhere with your back to the wonderful Piazza Unita d’Italia. In Barcolana week over. No other city can boast of such a competitive panoramic view, not even Genoa which with the oldest Italian club and boat fair remains a landmark of sailing in Italy.
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