Four years after they last raced in Palma de Mallorca, the J-Class fleet is coming back. Four Js, in fact, will be among nearly 20 sailing superyachts—so far—competing in the The Superyacht Cup Palma. Even though the regatta doesn’t happen until June 19 to 23, the list of competitors has grown quite rapidly. It’s even
Come June 21, The Superyacht Cup Palma kicks off once again. With 15 entries thus far, the annual four-day event is shaping up to be super competitive, too. It’s pitting brand-new deliveries against winners with reputations on the line. The newest of the new deliveries participating is Ribelle. She’s so new, in fact, that her
There’s a reason why the Superyacht Cup in Palma is Europe’s longest-running superyacht regatta. Actually, there are a few reasons. Among them are the ideal sailing conditions, the summery weather, and the proximity to the popular Med cruising ports. Yet another is the chance to see some super sailing yachts hit the race course for
Six months and eight days to go. But who’s counting? The Superyacht Cup Palma regatta organizing team, and the 11 sailing superyachts already registered, are. Heading into its 21st year, the race takes place June 21 to 24 off of Palma de Mallorca, Spain. While neither the timing nor location are new, something else is.
Nearly two dozen sailing yachts up to 180 feet (55 meters) LOA are heading to Palma de Mallorca. It’s in anticipation of the 20th anniversary of The Superyacht Cup. The Cup is the oldest superyacht race in Europe. A favorite event on many a calendar, the regatta is being held June 22 to 25. As
The longest-running European superyacht race is going eco-friendly. This June’s Superyacht Cup will see cleaner, greener initiatives focused on ocean sustainability. The Superyacht Cup, celebrating 20 years from June 22 to 25 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, is now part of the Clean Regattas program. The program is said to be the world’s only sustainability