Sergio Frattaruolo

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Sergio is an Italian skipper and lone sailor. He left the stable job of computer technician in order to follow his ocean dream. He trained for two years at the training center for lone sailors of La Grande Motte.

In 2011 he took part in the MiniTransat, the single ocean crossing, one of the hardest regattas in the sailing world, on board of the mini 6,50.

On board of a 6 meters and a half boat he covered 4,000 miles, from France to Brazil, without any help and technologies used in other regattas. In 2012 he took part in the Global Ocean Race, the Around the World Couple on Class40, reaching the second place. On board of the new Class40 Calaluna, built by Bert Mauri, he participated to the most important regattas of the Mediterranean sea such as: the Roma-Giraglia e la Rolex Middle Sea Race. In April 2014 he was among the biggest Italian single participating to the Roma per Uno, the first single edition. 

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