Superyacht Cup Palma
As Europe’s oldest superyacht regatta, The Superyacht Cup Palma enjoys an illustrious reputation throughout the global sailing world as one of the foremost fixtures on the sailing calendar. Organised by the Real Club Nautico de Palma, which comprises an experienced team of international Race Officers, the four-day regatta attracts superyacht owners, crew and sailing enthusiasts from across the world. An international yachting hub, and one of Europe’s premier sailing destinations, Palma de Mallorca is the ideal location for this esteemed event: the picturesque city offers a scenic backdrop, while the Mediterranean’s perfect sailing environment make for optimum racing conditions.
More Information about the Superyacht Cup Palma 2019
Registration for the superyacht regatta commences at 10am on Wednesday 19th June. In addition to three competitive but fun races, there will be a number of social events, including a welcome cocktail party, happy hours, paddleboard challenge, owners’ party, owners’ dinner, and a fun-filled prize-giving ceremony to conclude the event.
Which Superyachts will Compete in the Superyacht Cup Palma 2019?
Each year, organisers are inundated with applications for the sailing yacht regatta, yet places are limited due to a limited number of berths. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis. With all superyachts exceeding 25m in length, the provisional line up for the 2019 edition of the Superyacht Cup Palma includes: S/Y ATALANTE, S/Y ATHOS, S/Y FREYA, S/Y HUCKLEBERRY, S/Y INOUI, S/Y KEALOHA, S/Y MARI CHA III, S/Y NILAYA, S/Y SOJANA, S/Y TOPAZ, S/Y TULIP, S/Y VELSHEDA (the champion in 2018), and S/Y WIN WIN.
How to Enter the Superyacht Cup Palma 2019?
To enter the Superyacht Cup Palma 2019, contact organisers for an entry form: firstname.lastname@example.org. Find out more information about the regatta on the official website: www.thesuperyachtcup.com/
When is the Superyacht Cup Palma in 2019?
The 2019 edition of the sailing regatta will run from the 19th – 22nd June 2019.