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Morning Glory, GER 4540
Last Update: 2021
1995 Plan Reichel PUGH, built by McConaghy in Australia, 80'

 

1995 Launched in Australia and shipped to South Africa

1996 Le Cap to Rio race: 1st/?? new record 14d14h52', H. PLATTNER
Shipped to Hawai
Kenwood Cup: ??e/??, dismasted
"Seahorse" 1997 February,

Big Boat Series, San Francisco:
??e/??, dismasted

Shipped to Australia
23 December, dismasted
A new mast was shipped by plane
"Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme",



26 December, Sydney Hobart: 1st line honnor, new record 2d14h07', 6e/59 IMS corrected time 2d14h07'
"Voiles et Voiliers" Février 1997,

1997 January "Yachts & Yachting",

February "Seahorse",

March "Yachting Word",

Shipped to UK

Channel Race: ?e/??, dismasted
Rolex Fastnet Race: ?e/??
7 September, Maxi Rolex Cup, Porto Cervo: 2e/?? Maxis, H. PLATTNER and Russel Coutts

???? New owner and new name,
Capricorno, ITA 4540

2005 Refit

2006 14 juin, Giraglia: ?e/202, Rinaldo del BONO, (noted as ILC Maxi)
Trofeo E. Zegna: 7 - 1 - 6 - 16 - 4 =
5e/15, Rinaldo DEL BONO

2007 Transat ARC: 1er/??

2009 December "Seahorse",

2017 22 June, For Sale RP 78 maxi "Capricorno". Located in La Spezia, Italy. Reichel-Pugh design, McConaghy carbon construction, Sydney Hobart and Cape Town-Rio winner as Morning Glory.
Reinvented as the ultimate cruiser racer by the team at Nauta Yachts with new deck, interiors and rig. After winning the ARC, she sailed and explored remote areas around the world such as Patagonia, Cape Horn, Polynesia and Eastern Australia. Now back in the Med, she is in pristine condition with brand new carbon rigging, engine, genset, electronics, water maker and A/C system. Ready to go for the next blue water cruise or maxi regatta.




Autumn BGYB For Sale,

2021 13 juin, Genoa-Sanremo Race, 67 NM: DNF/22 IRC, Alessandro DEL BONO
16 juin, 68° Rolex Giraglia Race, 241NM, elapsed time 31h04': 17e/75 IRC
5 September, Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup, Porto Cervo: 1 - 2 - 3 - 2 = 1er/9 MM2