404. I could never live without a boat…

Roberto Cavalli404. I could never live without a boat…

The holidays brought us into another dimension.  Our passion for the sun and the sea brought us new adventures every year.

I could never live without a boat. A boat of human proportions, not too long, governable without extra staff!

Sail it, clean it, feel in control of everything that the magic of the sea has to offer!

Then I had one called Arboc, Cobra spelled backwards.  A sixteen meters with three small cabins.  The accommodations were not spacious but were perfect for making us feel close and united.

Close to my seat I had created a small niche was a small corner for Daniele… he settled there during navigation, looked straight ahead and filled me with questions, he always wanted to know everything.

Sometimes he was so tired he fell asleep and so I rigged up a small bed for him…  No anomalous waves could wake him, my little sea wolf!

I was enchanted by Cavallo Island and I bought a mooring for Arboc in a small port that was being built in one of the most beautiful small islands in the Mediterranean.

This island was destined to become a great exclusive club for people who love peace, sea and nature.

It is impossible to describe the beauty of the place.  The colour of the water changes with the colour of the sky.   A hundred different shades of blue and turquoise with sand that changes aspect and quality in every inlet.

Cavallo island is located between Sardinia and Corsica, exactly at the beginning of the channel that separates one from the other.  The strait between them can produce wind so strong that it is often impossible for modest sailing boat to reach the island.

The winds, the turbulence of the sea and the constant motion of the waves have honed to perfection all the rocks that line Cavallo so that from offshore it can look surreal, almost lunar!


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