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The Bol d'Or Mirabaud is the largest regatta in the world in closed basin. Founded in 1939, it welcomes each year monohulls and multihulls on Leman Lake, departing from Geneva. More than 500 boats and 3,000 team members compete on the theoretical course of 123 kilometres (66.5 nautical miles), from Geneva to Bouveret and back.
The guests of the opening and closing parties of the regatta were able to discover the layout of the Société Nautique de Genève (SNG) terrace designed by Roche Bobois, who was a partner of this 80th edition of the BOM.
Many elements of the Outdoor collection were presented, including the Saga, Escapade and Traveler collections, designed by Stephen Burks.