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'The Foiling Week' set for Lake Garda in July 2014

by Domenico Boffi on 21 Dec 2013
The Foiling Week is a new event dedicated to amazing foiling boats, their designers, builders and athletes, taking place across Lake Garda, Italy from various beautiful sailing clubs in July 2014.

- July 4-6th Eurocup and Italian Moth Championship

- July 7-9th Forum, Course Racing, Speed Testing, Ideas Exchange and New Boats!

For all classes - from kite foilers to amazing big catamarans.

There will be a forum with foiling experts that will exchange ideas, theories and experiences with a chance to see amazing foilers up-close and see the latest in performance. Brand new foiling concept boats and production boats will be available for testing!

- July 10-12th Full Foiling Catamaran Racing: Spectacular foiling boats do battle on the water

Events are open to all sailing and foiling enthusiasts willing to share, compare and learn. You can come and watch the racing from shore or spectator boats, listen to the conferences with America’s cup gurus and Olympic athletes, try first hand and buy production boats, or simply come for the fun.

The fastest sailors, the fastest boats and in between, the most capable and daring designers and builders are what should be expected. The foiling week brings together for the first time the very best thinkers and tinkerers in the foiling fleets. Watch the racing from shore or spectator boats, listen to the conferences with America’s cup gurus and Olympic athletes, try first hand and buy production boats, or simply come for the fun.

'The Foiling Week' taking place across Lake Garda, Italy from various beautiful sailing clubs in July 2014. Here a calendar, three will be the venues and three will be the event.


First racing event, the International Moth EuroCup and Italian National championship, July 4-6th at Circolo Vela Torbole in north Garda, the windiest place in south Europa.

The Forum and Course event: From 7-9th July, middle of Lake Garda, where wind is strong but the water is flat, the best for foiling. Here in the morning will be conferences, panel discussions and Q&A sessions. In the afternoon all classes, from kite foilers to amazing big catamarans, will course race and try to set speed records. Production boats are shown and available to try!

July 10-12th Full foiling Catamaran Racing, spectacular foiling boats do battle on the Event website

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