Italy’s Most Beautiful Marine Aquarium: Results and Upcoming Events

by | May 13, 2024 | Contest, Tanks | 0 comments

After an exhausting week, we’ve finally kicked off our spectacular contest. Let’s see who won the 4 matches from last week and the 4 matches for this week.

Our contest is underway; the first week of matches has concluded, featuring a total of 8 tanks facing off, with 4 emerging victorious, advancing in our bracket.

Today, we’ll review last week’s results, and of course, we’ll also unveil the aquariums set to compete next week, still in the preliminary round. The top seeds are starting to take notice as the competition level among the tanks is escalating.

The results on video

If you scroll down the page, you’ll see who won, but honestly, we believe it’s worth watching our video first, where you might still have a bit of suspense.

The updated bracket

So here’s the updated bracket with last week’s results.

Now let’s see how last week’s matches went. In the first match between Ivano Zam and Gianluca Veroli, the winner was Gianluca Veroli with 52% of the votes.

In the second match between Vito Alessandro Taddeo and Paolo Bartolone, Vito Alessandro Taddeo came out on top with 58% of the votes, in the most voted match of last week.

In the third match of last week, Salvatore Beltempo faced off against Faffini Roberto, who came out on top with 57% of the votes.

In the last match of last week, Alessio Bertera faced off against Patrizio Dramisino, with the latter coming out on top with 64% of the votes.

How to vote

Voting will be very simple. Starting tomorrow, every day, you can vote for the marine aquariums in the competition. Each morning, we’ll post the two competing tanks on our social channels on Instagram and Facebook. From that moment, you’ll have 24 hours to like one of the two tanks. After 24 hours, we’ll stop the voting and tally up the likes each tank received. The one with the most likes will advance to the next round. We’ve decided to start with the smaller tanks, so from the bottom right side of our bracket. Last week, votes came in at 43% on Facebook and 57% on Instagram.

Preliminary Round – Second Week: Paolo (330 liters) versus Marco (333 liters)

In the first round, we’ll have a battle between 300-liter marine aquariums. Paolo Pasquale from Rome, who you can also find on Instagram, will face off against Marco Ferraro from Formia, who you can find on Instagram and FaceBook. We’re curious to see who will win this first challenge of the second week, which will start tomorrow, Tuesday, May 14th, around 10 in the morning. You’ll have only 24 hours to vote before two more tanks arrive.

Preliminary Round – Second Week: Carmelo (390 liters) versus Salvatore (393 liters)

In the second round, we’ll have a battle between 400-liter marine aquariums. Carmelo Carillo from Montecorvino Rovello, in the province of Salerno, will face off against Salvatore Teresi from Termini Imerese. We’re curious to see who will win this 400-liter challenge of the second week, which will start on Wednesday, May 15th, around 10 in the morning. You’ll have only 24 hours to vote before two more tanks arrive.

Preliminary Round – Second Week: Michele (420 liters) versus Gianluca (450 liters)

In the third round, we’ll have a battle between tanks over 400 liters. On one side, we have Michele Marrocco from Vercelli, who will face off against Gianluca Nordio from Udine, who you can find on Instagram and FaceBook. We’re curious to see who will win this third challenge of the week, which will start on Thursday, May 16th, around 10 in the morning. You’ll have only 24 hours to vote before the last two tanks of the week arrive.

Preliminary Round – Second Week: Federico (468 liters) versus Ivan (500 liters)

In the last round of this week, we’ll have a battle between two very similar 500-liter tanks. On one side, we have Federico from Castelliri in the province of Frosinone, and on the other side, Ivan Pirro from Rome. The final match that will close out this upcoming week will start on Friday, May 17th, around 10 in the morning. You’ll have only 24 hours to vote before we close the voting.

  • danireef

    Danilo Ronchi, aka DaniReef lives in Italy where he is hydraulic engineer, but starting from his love for reef aquarium and photography, he began to write about marine aquariums from 2006 and now he's published his first book "Marine Aquarium". From 2007 Danilo writes on his blog danireef.com where publishes articles, pictures, product reviews, aquariums coverage, reportage and history of his tank. Now he's happy to be part of Reefs.com

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