Experience the excitement of yacht racing with our racing yachts in some of the most renowned yacht races/sailing regattas in the Western Mediterranean.
We provide race skippers and where necessary crew, so that all ability levels can get the most out of the experience and take an active role in a major competitive event.
We also offer yacht race training packages designed to help you become more familiar with a racing yacht and racing manoeuvres.
Location: Over 300 miles offshore sailing/training Date: 3rd August 2019 Cost: £3450 per person Licences: Not required Contact us to reserve your place.
Location: Malta, 50th anniversary Date: Race starts 19th October 2019, training/preparations starts on 14th October 2019 Cost: £2150 per person Licences: Not required Contact us to reserve your place.
Location: St.Tropez, France / San Remo, Genoa, Italy Date: 07th – 15th June 2019 Start 07th June at the historic port of Saint-Tropez – Finishes 15th June at the Italian port of Genoa. Duration: Total 9 Days, 1 day training, 5/6 days racing. Cost: £1350 per person Contact us to reserve your place.
Gibraltar Weekend Regatta 2019
Location: Gibraltar Date: 27th – 28th July 2019 Cost: £120 per person Contact us to reserve your place.
Melilla Regatta 4 days around the cans in the clear blue Med
Location: Melilla Date: 09th – 11th August 2019 Cost: £120 per person Contact us to reserve your place.
16 FEBRUARY 2019 – REAL CLUB NÁUTICO ESTEPONA
16 MARCH 2019 – CLUB NÁUTICO SALADILLO
13 APRIL 2019 – REAL CLUB NÁUTICO LA LÍNEA
18 MAY 2019 – REAL CLUB NÁUTICO ALGECIRAS
15 JUNE 2019 – ROYAL GIBRALTAR YACHT CLUB
06 JULY 2019 – REAL CLUB NÁUTICO CAS CEUTA
07 SEPTEMBER 2019 – ALCAIDESA MARINA
05 OCTOBER 2019 – CLUB DE VELA VENDAVAL CEUTA
09 NOVEMBER 2019 – REAL CLUB MARÍTIMO SOTOGRANDE
See our Yacht Race Training packages available in Gibraltar.
The annual round Malta and Gozo 2 man race took place on Saturday 1st December 2018. Race officer Peter Dimech took the decision to shorten the course to a figure of eight around Camino Island due to a forecast for light winds. The fleet of 20+ yachts set off at 0800 and were straight away hit by a forceful squall and heavy rain as they passed Valletta Harbour, causing chaos onboard many yachts! The blustery conditions continued with winds up to 30 knots to the South of Malta followed by a violent thunder storm that engulfed the back...read more