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Vivo la Vela (I live sailing)

Two of the Ninfa Yachts boats, "Pamina", a 24’ Dafne, and "Zoe," a Calypso 36’, are involved in a social initiative, called “Vivo la vela” that we started two years ago and that is going on in 2013. We organize, on board of these boats, sailing tours in collaboration with associations that deal with people suffering from mental disease or Down syndrome or other forms of disability. The excursions with Zoe are held departing from Genoa, those with Pamina from Cernobbio on Lake Como. Boats and skippers are made freely available to the associations for day trips where guests, in addition to enjoying a day of sun and sea, are also introduced to the basics of sail handling. The activity is carried out from April to mid June and from September to October. The initiative was launched in 2011 and so far we have carried out more than twenty excursions in collaboration with various associations, including Matti per la Vela (Crazy for sailing), CEPIM, Afa Centro REUL e ANFFAS in Genova, La Navicella di Sondrio, AGPD and Itaca in Milan.

We can say that so far our initiative has been highly appreciated by all the associations and by our crews, who have enjoyed a day in serenity and happiness, sharing with us a pleasant experience. We are confident that the experience was for them positive also under the therapeutic aspect, and that sailing together can be part of a recovery path.

Anyone wishing to know more on our initiative can contact Carla Sacchi (e-mail that, in addition to be charged of organizing the excursions, is also the experienced skipper of the boats.

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