The grand finale of Match Racing regattas was held at the Douro river which brought together 9 crews from all over the country for two days, in Douro Marina.
The crew led by the former Olympic sailor Álvaro Marinho won all races and brought home the Boom Bap Wear 2015 trophy.
Braga, 17th November 2015 — Ten sailing teams prepare to battle at the Boom Bap Match Series 1st Grand Finale. The boats will be racing at Douro Marina Circuit at Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal from Saturday 21-Sunday 22 November.
Boom Bap Wear is pleased to announce that it will participate at the Black Diamond Luxury PR, London, Showroom Press Day. This event takes place tomorrow in the Westbury Hotel, London. The idea is to present the SS2016 Collection in a way that allows to connect the brand with all print and online media, bloggers, celebrities, buyers and influencers from London and all around the UK.
The forthcoming edition of SO! HAINAN, organized by Asian boating industry veteran China Rendez-Vous, will be one to look out for because it will effectively serve as the relaunch of Hainan Rendez-Vous. This is particularly exciting news for us because we have covered the previous editions of Hainan Rendez-Vous so often in the past that we even have a tag for it (just scroll to bottom of this story). Just to revisit the past for a bit, China Rendez-Vous was founded in 2009 by Delphine Lignieres and is currently known for both SO! DALIAN and SO! HAINAN, along with the Bund Classic and Ski & Style.
Perched at an altitude of 2,300 meters, the Val Thorens ski resort in the Savoie region of France is primed to present a new mountain experience to aficionados with its newest five-star accommodation named Hotel Pashmina. The glass igloo built on the roof of the luxury hotel looks set to be the star attraction of this winter's ski season.
A high-end lingerie shop in Hong Kong is promising clients a whole new shopping experience thanks to its 3D-assisted made-to-measure service.
Urban centres offer their own form of adventure—and some even satisfy the most active outdoor enthusiasts—so we decided to honour and highlight the cities you should absolutely see in your lifetime.
Juan Manuel Fangio was the greatest driver of his day, a five-time world champion. After winning his first drivers championship in 1951, he broke his neck at a race in early 1952. But he returned to win four championships in a row (1954-57) at an age when most of today’s drivers are considered far beyond their prime and ready for BBC commentator jobs or ownership of a string of car dealerships.