Watch Five Years of Sailing Around the World in Five Beautiful Minutes
Kamana 2011-2016 (Enrico Tettamanti)
Sailing around the world is arguably the ideal way to see the very best of our planet. This film helps distil some of that wonder into five minutes – and shows how it’s still possible to find some pretty special spots to yourself.
From stunning aerials and marine wildlife in its element to wakeboarding through ice-strewn Arctic waters, here is five minutes of jaw dropping ‘wish you were there’ footage. It’s cruising meets National Geographic.
Enrico Tettamanti and his wife Giulia Azzalli have spent over five years exploring the remote corners of the globe aboard their Solaris 72 Kamana. Sit back, open this up in full screen, turn the sound up and enjoy…
“Our videos are our simple way to show the beauty of our planet – one that is strongly connected to the human impact we have on it,” says Enrico.
He bought the Solaris 72 with an aim to go sailing around the world and some of its remotest locations. “I have a shareholder that contributes in our adventures,” Tettamanti explained. “He, his, wife and four children are ‘part of our family’ and join Kamana cruises as much as possible.”
This Doug Peterson designed Solaris 72 is built to sail from pole to equator, from high latitudes to the tropics. Having been aboard a couple of 72s I can confirm they really are wonderful, seaworthy bluewater cruisers – the engine room alone is a work of art.
...Kamana is currently in Mexico, sailing around Sea de Cortez until the end of April.
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