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FAM Foundation Sponsors the Trophy Pedro Mendonça regatta

On the weekend of January 27-28, the Trophy Pedro Mendonça regatta, sponsored by the FAM Foundation, took place. This event, designed for ORC class cruising boats, saw intense competition.


History of the Lisbon Naval Association

The Lisbon Naval Association (LNA), founded on April 30, 1856, as the Real Associação Naval, is the oldest nautical club in Portugal and the Iberian Peninsula. Initially focused on yachting and recreational boating, the club has since expanded to include rowing, powerboating, and canoeing. Over the years, LNA has been dedicated to promoting amateur sports and supporting the construction of boats, as well as participating in the creation of sports legislation and organizing nautical events.


Trophy Pedro Mendonça regatta

Pedro Mendonça, in whose honor the trophy is named, was a passionate sea and sailing enthusiast. His commitment to causes and his belief in the value of humanity were well-known.

The FAM Foundation is proud to support such events that not only honor the memory of individuals like Pedro Mendonça but also promote the values of responsibility, environmental consciousness, and the joy of sailing.




Winners of the Trophy Pedro Mendonça regatta



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Na classe ORC, o VICKY de Augusto Castelo Branco (Clube Naval de Cascais) foi o vencedor, com o XEKMATT do skipper Hugo Henrique (Associação Naval de Lisboa) em 2º e o Super Açor Xis PPortugal Getways de Gonçalo Vaz Botelho (Clube Naval de Vila Franca do Campo) a fechar o pódio.

Na categoria OPEN, o IMX45 XEKMATT liderou, seguido do Too Much – Velas Wanzeller com José Wanzeller (Clube de Vela do Barreiro) ao leme, tendo como terceiro classificado o Vicky.

 

FAM Foundation is committed with the sustainable development goals, Exploiting the power of Portuguese macroalgae and halophytes: A promising approach to tackle antibiotic resistance project impact the following SGD's.


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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity.






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