B&G – Evenings and meetings at the Italian Yacht Club

b&g and Italian Yacht club events
Tommaso Chieffi
b&g and Italian Yacht club events
Tommaso Chieffi

The partnership established last year between B&G, among the brands of excellence dedicated to sailing, and the historic Italian Yacht Club of Genoa, continues with the wind in the sails in numerous areas and activities.

Among the next appointments in 2022, meetings are planned within the prestigious headquarters of the YCI, where B&G will put its experience at the disposal of the Club members.

The first appointment will be the opening night of the expected Thursdays of the Club which, after two years of hiatus, will welcome our ambassador Tommaso Chieffi on March 3rd for an evening that promises to be very popular.

One of the most talented and complete sailors, in Italy and beyond (27 world titles in different classes, 5 European championships and 13 Italian titles complete his palmarès) Chieffi will tell about his experience as a professional and will answer the questions and curiosities of the Members.

Tech Support Experience

All the expertise of B&G will be made available to Club Members also through the new Tech Support Experience initiative, that is a series of meetings dedicated to technology and instrumentation.During these events B&G technicians will answer all questions about electronics on board, helping users to maximize its potential.

In particular the team will be composed of the B&G technical manager Marco Bevilacqua and the Genoese dealer Caim (already famous at the Yacht Club for the refit of two beautiful YCI social boats, the Grand Soleil 65 Maxi One yacht Indomabile Pensiero and Elo II of the Cantieri Galletti) . The two will make themselves available to the Club for 4 days, starting from mid-April.

These meetings, which will be enriched with new appointments over time, underline the mission for which the now consolidated collaboration between B&G and the YCI was born: the dissemination of sailing, the commitment in all activities that have to do with navigation and, of course, the love for the sea.