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2017 Palma Superyacht Cup: 21st-24th June 2017

2017 Palma Superyacht Cup: 21st-24th June 2017

“Competitive yacht racing, a relaxed informal social programme and the perfect location for superyachts – it does not get any better!”

The Superyacht Cup is the longest running superyacht regatta in Europe, a favourite with yacht owners, friends, captains and crew who visit Palma de Mallorca annually for the four day event. With warm early summer conditions and reliable sea breezes, the Bay of Palma offers some of the most idyllic racing conditions in the Mediterranean. The racing is run by the highly experienced international Race Officers and the team at Real Club Nautico de Palma. The participating superyachts are all moored together stern-to in the Superyacht Cup Regatta Village located at Muelle Viejo with the iconic Palma Cathedral and Palm tree lined Paseo Maritimo providing a stunning back-drop.

A five minute walk from the Regatta Village you can find Boutique City Hotels, first class restaurants, the best in international shopping as well as famous architecture, art galleries and historical museums. Palma has something to offer everyone visiting this international yachting event in a vibrant and cosmopolitan City.

This year’s entry list is somewhat shorter than recent year’s due to the clash of dates with The America’s Cup in Bermuda. Running alongside The America’s Cup is a Superyacht Regatta pus the J- Class regatta, where 7 J’s are expected to line up for the first time in history.

Yacht

Atalante –  38.8 mtr – Claasen

Atalante 1 – 27.5 mtr – Claasen

Bolero – 32 mtr – Far Ocean

Farfalla – 32 mtr – Southern Wind

Inoui – 33 mtr – Vitters

Mari Cha 111 – 44.7 mtr – Sensation Yachts

Ribelle – 34 mtr – Vitters

Samurai – 43 mtr – JMV Industries

Saudade – 45 mtr – Wally Yachts

Tempus Fugit – 27 mtr – Arkin Pruva

This is us – 42 mtr – Holland Yachtbouw

Win Win – 33 mtr – Baltic Yachts

Windrose of Amsterdam – 46 mtr – Holland yachtbouw

Source: http://www.thesuperyachtcup.com/