Yachts entered for the 2017 Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta

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Entered Yachts

The outstanding list of sailing superyachts that have entered the Loro Piana Superayacht Regatta are named below:

Escapade, 37.5m, Fitzroy Yachts

Farfalla, 32m, Southern Wind

Galateia, 30.48m, Wally

Inoui, 33.4m, Vitters Shipyard

Kenora, 32.72m, Pendennis

Lyra, 24m, Wally

_Magic Blu_e, 29m, Wally

Magic Carpet 3, 30.5m, Wally

My Song, 39.62m, Baltic Yachts

Nahita, 24m, Wally

Open Season, 32.5m, Wally

Ribelle, 32.64m, Vitters

Ryokan 2, 24m, Wally

Saudade, 45m, Wally

Seawave, 30.02m, Southern Wind

Tango G, 24m, Wally

Tilakkhana, 24m, Wally

Y3K, 30.5m, Wally

Please click through the gallery for more information on each of these sailing superyachts.

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Escapade

This performance sloop is designed by longtime Fitzroy Yachts collaborator Dubois Naval Architects and interior design is by Design Unlimited. _Escapade (_37 metres) is the ninth and last Dubois to come from this shipyard before it closed it's doors.

Escapade is new yacht to the Loro Piana regattas and we are excited to see her race this year.

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ESCAPADE

Fitzroy Yachts |   37.5 m |   2014
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Farfalla

This 31 metre Southern Wind was built in 2014, and was the third of the SW 102 series. Designed by Farr Yacht Design and Nauta Yachts, Farfalla includes a spacious flush deck, a tender garage for a four-metre dinghy, and a mainsail captive winch.

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FARFALLA

Southern Wind Shipyard |   31.78 m |   2014
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Galateia

Galateia is the third hull in the Wallycento line, but she represents a second generation evolution for the 30.48 metre box-rule Wally fleet. Galateia was launched from Green Marine, and the naval architecture is thanks to Reichel-Pugh.

Using the new generation of hull design and lightweight, carbon composite construction, Galateia exceeds 25 knots of speed downwind, while the advanced Wally sail handling system delivers easy control, encouraging the owner to take the helm.

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GALATEIA

Green Marine |   30.48 m |   2015
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Inoui

Unmissable with its vibrant green hull, Inoui is a 33.4 metre yacht which was built in 2013 by Vitters and designed by Philippe Briand.

Inoui came a close second in the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta and Rendezvous in 2016 and also won the judges' special award for design and high-quality construction at the 2014 World Superyacht Awards.

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INOUI

Vitters |   33.4 m |   2013
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Kenora

With Kenora, Wally faced the difficult task of combining large volume with light displacement. She has a unique deck layout that provides seating for 16 guest’s right next to the companionway. Kenora is a regular on the Wally Class circuit.

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KENORA

Pendennis |   32.72 m |   1999
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Lyra

This 24 metre Wally was designed by Haluk Joygur and was the first yacht to employ the performance lifting keel technology that was developed by Wally, now seen on many of the world's superyachts.

She was given an extensive refit to make her more competitive in the Wally Class, including making her four tons lighter, with a new mast design, new sail plan and new hardware.

Lyra’s owner loves racing and takes part in all of the Wally Class events during the season.

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Magic Blue

This 29 metre Wally, Magic Blue is the former Magic Carpet 2 and was sold to her new owner in 2013. Since her launch, she has been extensively sailed and raced at the highest competitive level, including the 2016 Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta.

She is the most successful yacht in the Wally Class, with 14 regatta victories over the years, including more than one win at each regatta on the circuit, proving that she is still one of the most competitive yachts in the fleet.

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MAGIC BLUE

Wally |   28.54 m |   2003
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Magic Carpet 3

Magic Carpet 3 is one of the yachts in the box-ruled WallyCento series. She is fast in all conditions, coping effectively in both light and strong winds. She also proves that racing and comfort aren't mutually exclusive.

The owner of this 30.48 metre Wally has won 22 regattas with his three Wallys: Magic Carpet (now J One), Magic Carpet 2 (now Magic Blue) and Magic Carpet 3.

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Nahita

Nahita (formerly Bagheera) was designed by Farr Yacht Design and is the sixth yacht in the Wally 80 design. She made her Wally Class debut in 2015 and gradually improved throughout the season.

Her international crew will look to make further gains in the 2017 season as they take on the other 24 metre Wally’s Ryokan 2, Lyra, Tango G and Tilakkhana.

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NAHITA

Wally |   24 m |   2009

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