(ANSA) – ROME, APRIL 07 – The passion for the sea and for music. The charm of adventure marked by the rhythms of navigation and the daily management of everything that involves the use of a boat transformed into a traveling home. It is the singular story of Roberto Soldatini, conductor, cellist and sea lover who at a certain point in his life decided to give up everything and change his life. The testimony of him in today’s episode of “MAN AND THE SEA”, the column edited and conducted by Giulio Guazzini broadcast tonight at 10.50 pm on RAISPORT + HD.
Soldatini, who for over 10 years after having sold the house and bought a sailboat has been living following new horizons, tells about himself in an interview carried out in Trani, in Puglia, a recent home port. During the interview he presents his latest book on the experience of the pandemic lived on a boat sailing along the ports of the Mediterranean. The return to a life linked to the essential, the return to nature as a yearning for freedom because sailing the boat cleans itself of microorganisms.
The same thing happens to our soul: the more you move, the more you clean it of encrustations! The broadcast ends with the voice of the president of the Naval League of Trani Romanelli announcing the busy program of the season. (HANDLE).