100 Miglia Adriatica is an offshore race that takes place in the Adriatic Sea. The event is dedicated to ORC measure boats with double or more numerous crews and is organized by the Treviso Sailing Club.
The "Italian Grand Prix" runs on 500 miles of route that from Genoa engages the skippers in a tour of Corsica, along the western side, to then enter the Tirreno Sea passing through the Bocche di Bonifacio.
The regatta was the first of art in the Central Tyrrhenian also designed for solo sailors, open to crews and for two editions, a departure from this edition in the TART Trophy , Riva di Traiano Trophy that will be awarded at the end of five regattas.
The Simone Bianchetti Trophy will start from Ravenna, a double regatta reserved for the Mini 6.50 Class and organized by the "Amici della Vela" Sailing Club of Cervia in collaboration with MARINARA, the Tourist Port of Ravenna, on a route of about 200 miles.
The event, which will start on July 5,has the purpose of enhancing the maritime stagesand further strengthen the centuries-old relationship between the two cities, especially following the landing of thousands of Albanians in the port of Brindisi.