Richard Mille, an expert in ultra sporty watches, has taken on a new and unprecedented challenge. He is already heavily involved in motorsports, especially in the endurance of the Formula 1 or Richard Mille racing team with Ferrari, and the watchmaker on the tennis courts or golf courses is also above water.
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Indeed, the nautical world has attracted the attention of Richard Mille, who has been one of the brand’s major partners since 2010, the year Voices de St. Barth was created. Recently, the manufacturer teamed up with Swiss shipbuilder SP80 to break the world cruise speed record, and became a partner in the Fife Regatta 2022.
Fife honors the dynasty
This legendary regatta off the west coast of Scotland – created in 1998 and its fifth edition now completed – brings together the largest number of ships from the Fife dynasty, recognizable as the bow-adorning dragon of most Fife plans. A unique event for those who love classic yachting and fine yachting, this year marks the 165th birthday of the famous naval architect William Fife III, the master builder of many wooden ships worldwide revered for their elegance and craftsmanship. Duke of PennFirst Name.
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A ship built in 1898 on the plan of the Fife, the last gem of the navigator Eric Tabarley, who disappeared into the Irish Sea on the night of June 12-13, 1998. Duke of Penn For the first reunion of Fife Regatta. This year, 23 boats built between 1887 and 1950, including two of the most famous five designs – the Marquita (1911) and this year’s winner, Moonbeam IV (1914) – returned to the Scottish Sea off the Fairley Foreshore on the Clyde River. Fife Shipyards. Next version? In five years.
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