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Porto Rotondo – Molo di Levante – 07026 (OT)

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Carlo Pasanisi

Carlo Pasanisi De Foscarini was born in Rome in February 1951. His adventure with the sea began in Versilia, Viareggio, where he went from windsurfing to sailing in a short time and in 1984 crossed the Atlantic for the first time, on board the "Pilar" a Giorgetti and Magrini of 21 metres. He arrived in Martinique to begin a long period of crossings, going to all the Caribbean islands, before stopping in Venezuela, on the archipelago of Los Roques, to offer his experience and knowledge of the sea to Italian tourists. Commander, Sailor, expert connoisseur of the sea, he decided to "change" from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean and landed in Costa Smeralda where he began a period of incessant life on board the beautiful and romantic 17-metre Fisherman Alalunga, the Freya 1, which still provides beautiful cruises to discover the island of Sardinia and Corsica, from north to south, sailing between the beautiful Marine Parks that surround the Island.

Guests lie comfortably on the bow sunbathing or sit next to the captain on the flybridge. They enjoy the days of a unique holiday, marked by all aspects of life at sea, with Carlo, who knows every aspect of the sea of ​​Sardinia. The decision to "anchor" the Freya 1 in Porto Rotondo goes back about 20 years, back to when the Costa Smeralda was known to only a few, and the choice to stay there today was made because it is a safe haven and a starting point for wonderful trips, even for the day. For lovers of sailing and leisure, the Captain Carlo ensures that the beautiful land of Sardinia is discovered in complete safety.

Carlo Pasanisi
La rotta
Freya 1a

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