May 2011-Panerai invites all classic sailing enthusiasts to log in to the new website of the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge (PCYC). For many years, Panerai has taken the lead in protecting classical sailing and is committed to promoting classical sailing. Since 2005, Panerai has sponsored the Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge every year. This world-renowned international sailing tour is designed for classic and classic sailing. The related website (www.paneraiclassicyachtschallenge.com) is now officially launched, and I believe it will soon become a reference portal for this passionate sport.
The brand new Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge website contains a large number of video clips, photos taken by famous photographers, and various information updated from time to time. Let everyone enjoy the excitement of the competition and feel the atmosphere of the scene. Besides, you can also admire the majesty of the most beautiful sailing boats built in the past century, or even a century ago, competing against each other on the blue waves.
Each part of the website details all nine events of the Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge. This year’s PCYC Mediterranean Tour will be held in Italy, France and Spain; the famous Panerai British Classic Sailing Week is held in England; Antigua is the venue of the season’s opening battle, and this event is also the most Caribbean An important classic regatta; the ancient waters of New England, USA, will be the venue of the PCYC North American Tour.
The Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge website has a dedicated archive of classic sailing ships with an easy-to-use search engine for owners and fans of dhows, speedboats, schooners, brigs and schooners You can search the technical data and history of each sailing boat in the Panerai Classic Sailing Challenge. The webpage will also use pictures to explain the different characteristics of each sailing boat in detail. This archive contains data on more than 300 ‘sea ladies’ and is updated from time to time. It is one of the most complete databases of classical sailing boats in existence.
There is also a special page on the website, introducing special edition watches designed by Panerai every year for the Classic Sailing Challenge. Panerai created the professional diving watch Luminor Submersible 1950 Regatta 3 Days GMT Automatic Titanio – 47 mm for the 2011 Sailing Tour, which is water-resistant to 30 bar (about 300 meters deep), with a rotating bezel, the bezel label There is a scale that can measure the diving time, and a pointer is provided to display the time in the second time zone.