The final day brought three more great races and in the first Franco ROSSINI's (SUI) Blu Moon, helmed by Chris RAST (SUI), took the honours with Benjamin COHEN (MON) helming Sogeti second, Sandro MONTEFUSCO's (ITA) Licorno Melsineo third and FAERBER helming AMF Nikita fourth. Overnight leader Paul MAXIM (FRA) and his crew aboard Big Ship were extremely disappointed to score their worst result of the regatta with an eighth.
The second race went to MONTEFUSCO with FAERBER second and Jean Paul DOUCHY (FRA) helming Docteur Gigolo third. John GIMSON and his British crew aboard Wild Thing took fourth in this race, MAXIM was fifth and COHEN sixth whilst RAST came a disappointing seventh.
It was now all to play for in the final race and the crews kept the spectators on the edges of their seats as they battled it out. On the line it was MONTEFUSCO from COHEN with RAST third and Paolo TREVISAN from Italy sailing INO fourth.
Despite a painful eleventh place in the final race FAERBER and his crew of Andrea CASALE, Emiliani ROMOLO and France G PASSAFIUME aboard AMF Nikita had done enough to win the Melges 24 Class at the 2006 Primo Cup by just one point. Second place overall had to be decided on countback with ROSSINI's Blu Moon, helmed by RAST with crew Serena CIMA and Federico VALENTI taking second and MONTESFUSCO aboard Liocorno Melsineo with Roberto BENAMATI, Cesare BRESSAN and Luciano LIPPOLIS third. MAXIME and his Big Ship crew had to content themselves with fourth.