TF35 return to Marina di Scarlino for a full-throttle end of season

A few days after the end of the Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino, the Yacht Club Isole di Toscana returns to the forefront of international sailing by hosting the TF35 class for the second consecutive year, to confirm once again how the Gulf of Follonica and the Marina di Scarlino facilities are among the most popular destinations of the major One Design classes in the world.
From 6 to 9 October, the TF35 acrobatic catamarans return to salt water, boats with extreme performance that will battle in the waters of the gulf for the final event of their second circuit.
Six 35-foot catamarans will compete for the TF35 SCARLINO 2022. At the moment, the leadership of the circuit belongs to the Swiss Alinghi Red Bull Racing pressed by just two points from his compatriot Realteam for Léman hope.
The show will be guaranteed, with the dispute of 4/6 very fast regattas per day, lasting 20/30 minutes.

Photo courtesy: TF35 Class, Scarlino 2021
Photo courtesy: TF35 Class, Scarlino 2021

“Hosting events of this competitive level and such spectacularity and at the same time being able to contribute to the seasonal adjustment of our territory, attracting qualified flows fills us with pride.” Commented the General Manager of Marina di Scarlino, Stefan Neuhaus. “As the 2022 racing season draws to a close, we are working towards a 2023 season that will attract interesting international events to the area.”

The event is organized by the Yacht Club Isole di Toscana, with the support of Comune di Scarlino and the synergic collaboration of Marina di Scarlino, Scarlino Yacht Service and Marina di Scarlino Resort.

Photo courtesy: TF35 Class, Scarlino 2021
Photo courtesy: TF35 Class, Scarlino 2021

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