The first stage of the J/70 Cup 2021 concluded with four active tests, organized by the J/70 Italian Class with the support of the Navy of Nettuno and Yacht Club Nettuno. To determine the early end of the event, the sea state which, following a thorough inspection by the organizing committee, proposed the cancellation of races on the final day. It was indeed considered that the wave at the port’s entrance was a potential danger for the exit and return of boats from the port. So it doesn’t change the rankings from day one, with Jenial Eurosystem from Massimo Rama as the winner of the first fraction of the J/70 Cup 2021. ′′We’re so excited about this early season result, probably the result of the many winter training sessions in the waters of Genoa, which helped us greatly improve as a crew. It is precisely thanks to the excellent on-board synergies that we have managed to be constant in the races this weekend and to achieve this important result that I really want to thank my crew for. The J/70 proved to be a fun boat once again, and the fleet level is growing from stage to stage,” commented Massimo Rama at the award ceremony. In home waters, Luca Domenici with Notaro Team closed the event in second place, as the bronze medal went to the young Aniene Young crew of Luca Tubaro, winner also in the Corinthian category. Alessandro Molla’s top-five Viva and Petite Terrible-Adria Ferris from the three-time European champion Claudia Rossi. Climbing the second step of the Corinthian podium were Junda-Sumus Capital of Ludovico Fassitelli and Mauro Brescacin’s La Femme Terrible. For information of J/70 Italy, visit https://www.j70.it/en/.