· The boat of the Portuguese Rui Ramada and grímpola del Monte Real Yates won the victory in the category of large boats
· He also took the trophy of the II Atlantic Cruise Circuit, an award that the crew received from the Vice President of the Xunta Alfonso Rueda
· In the rest of the classes, the winners were Movistar, which was full of victories in all the tests of the ORC 2, La Rabuda Uno, Deep Blue, Biba, El Serralleiras and Belisa.
The Fifty of the Portuguese Rui Ramada and grímpola of the Monte Real Club de Yates took victory in the XXIX Trofeo Príncipe de Asturias in the category of large boats. It also won the prize of the Second Atlantic Cruise Circuit, an award that the crew received from the hands of the vice president of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda.
The last round of the competition, held this Sunday, was decisive in designing the podiums for a good part of the classes. The lack of wind was once again the protagonist of the day, forcing the starting honk to be delayed and some of the routes to be cut.
In the ORC 1 class, Rui Ramada’s Fifty won, with a pendant from the Monte Real Club de Yates. The second and third place went to the Aceites Abril, owned by Luis Pérez Canal, which competed for the RCN Vigo, and the Xekmatt owned by José Carlos Prista, owned by the Lisbon Naval Association.
The Movistar of Pedro Campos, skippered on this occasion by Pablo Iglesias, clearly won in the ORC 2 class, leaving the silver to Solventis, of Malalo Bermúdez (MRCYB), and the bronze to Cachete, of Fran Edreira (CN Sada ).
The ORC 3 podium was divided between La Rabuda Uno, owned by Fernando González (RCN Portosín), José Naya’s GDiez (CN Ferrol), and Nuno Ribes’ Plan B (CV Atlántico), who came in first, second and third position respectively.
In the J80 competition in real time, the Real Club Naútico de Coruña was the clear winner. Their boats, which dominated practically all the tests of the three days, finally took two of the places of honor. Miguel Fernández’s Biba became champion and Pablo Martínez’s Marina Coruña came third. Second place went to Mi Moneda by Ero Pons, with a pendant from the Monte Real Club de Yates de Bayonne.
In the Ladies Cup, Serralleiras won, with Sandra Azón from the Catalan Federation at the helm. Second place went to Tutatis, skippered by María Campos, from the Galician Federation.
In the Special ORC class, Vicente Cid’s Deep Blue (RCN Vigo) prevailed. Second place went to Javier Rey’s Q Talento (MRCYB), and third place to Pablo Conde’s Enxuto (CY Acapulco).
And in the classics category, which could not contest any event today due to lack of wind, gold went to Belisa de José Manuel Cores (AGABACE) and silver to Jonathan de Jos Van Veen (Real Muiden NL).
The Monte Real Yacht Club of Bayonne also presented this afternoon the award for the Second Atlantic Cruise Circuit, which was received by the crew of the Fifty de Rui Ramada from the Vice President of the Xunta de Galicia, Alfonso Rueda.
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