The catamaran AC72 "Luna Rossa” left for the National Museum of Science and Technology "Leonardo da Vinci" in Milan

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Launch of the new Luna Rossa AC72 wingsailed catamaran on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012, in Auckland, New Zealand. The Luna Rossa catamaran, skippered by Max Sirena, is the Italian Challenger to the 34th America's Cup that will be held in San Francisco in 2013. (Photo: LUNA ROSSA / Carlo Borlenghi)
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Cagliari, February 16th: Today the AC72 "Luna Rossa" catamaran, that reached the final of the Challengers Selection Series of the 34th America's Cup in 2013, will leave the base of Cagliari and will be transported to the National Museum of Science and Technology "Leonardo da Vinci" in Milan where it will be exhibited in the Aero-Naval Pavillion.

The two hulls and beams will be loaded on the "Espresso Catania" ferry tonight and, upon arrival in Livorno, will continue towards Milan where they will be unloaded inside the museum.

The AC72 "Luna Rossa" will be assembled in the coming weeks and will be officially presented in the first half of April.