We offer Yacht Racing for Individuals, Yacht Racing for Groups and Yacht Racing with Companies.
You can compete with us being part of a racing crew. The team consists of people of all ages with different backgrounds and nationalities. Everyone loves racing. We are racing and having a good time in the meanwhile. We have achieved some great results over the years.
Yacht Racing for Individuals
Some of the deliveries, regattas, races and events will have places for individuals!
- Are you interested in becoming a crew member?
- Do you have any experience on racing yachts?
- Do you have a need for speed & adrenaline?
- Are you physically fit & agile to move around quickly on a boat?
- Do you enjoy meeting new people from all over the World?
Become part of a Yacht Racing Crew
You pay for each event for a place on board. This includes:
- professional race skipper and co-skipper
- international crew
- a number of training days, depending on the event
- team shirt
- use of life jacket (and life-line)
- lunch and drinks during training and competition days
- others boat costs (such as regatta registration and mooring fees), so no additional boat kitty
Our racing boats are commercially coded and excellently maintained. Registration for participation in the event, the insurance, and the paperwork is taken care of. This gives you the peace of mind that you are participating in an event with a well-equipped boat and crew. So you will experience a
Yacht Racing for Groups
Groups looking for a private charter or who wish to race on one of the yachts, contact us. We can enlarge the crew with experienced sailors if needed.
Yacht Racing for Companies
You take actively part in the racing
Whether you are an individual, a group or company you will take part as crew, you will be part of the team. This means that everyone is expected to play an active role during the racing. Everyone gets the chance to learn new skills. All levels of experience are very welcome aboard.
Yacht Racing in the Caribbean
From December until May you can race in the Caribbean. Here you may take part in some of the best regattas and offshore races in the world. For spectacular matches in turquoise waters, you’re good with us:
- Warm trade winds from the northeast
- An average temperature of 25 ° C
- Chrystal clear blue water
- Racing alongside the coasts and around the different islands
- Amazing views of the beaches and rocks
- Enjoy the Caribbean culture, cuisine and music
You can participate in events such as the Caribbean 600, St Maarten Heineken Regatta, the BVI Regatta, Les Voiles de St.Barths and Antigua Sailing Week. If you’ve never participated in these events, you can find more information by clicking on the event in the table below.
|Barbados Sailing Week||Three Days of Coastal Racing, The Mount Gay Round Barbados Race, The Ocean Passage Race to Antigua||January 16||January 24, 2019|
|Grenada Sailing Week||Four days of racing in warm Caribbean waters and one lay day. Spice it up!||January 28||February 2, 2019|
|RORC Caribbean 600||An exciting 600-mile offshore race that takes competitors around some of the most beautiful islands of the Caribbean.||February 18||February 22, 2019|
|Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean||Held at the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda’s in the sailing paradise of the British Virgin Islands.||February 27||March 3, 2019|
|St.Maarten Heineken Regatta||Four days of world-class racing with some of the world's most seasoned sailors, from more than 35 countries, sailing Maxis, Monohulls and Performance Multihulls to holiday-makers on chartered Bareboats and live-aboard families cruising the Caribbean. Chrystal clear waters and cooling northeasts trade winds give the pristine conditions for spectacular racing just off the coast of St. Maarten. And with Heineken as title sponsor, the racing days blend seamlessly into four nights of exceptional parties. This event is your bucket list must-do!||February 28||March 3, 2019|
|St. Thomas International Regatta||The “Crown Jewel” of Caribbean racing–where sailors can experience our reliable breezes, warm azure waters and world-renowned Island hospitality.||March 21||March 24, 2019|
|BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival||The BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival kicks off with a four-day warm-up, followed by the main three-day regatta. Nanny Cay, home and host to event for the past 15 years is set to welcome some 60 yachts to the newly located Regatta Village sited in the Outer Marina which was completed in December 2016.||March 25||March 31, 2019|
|Les Voiles de St.Barth||Multiclass Caribbean regatta combining extreme competitive racing with the best hospitality St Barth has to offer...||April 14||April 20, 2019|
|Antigua Sailing Week||Held annually at the end of April and will commence with the Peters & May Round Antigua Race on Saturday. Followed by five days of competitive racing off the rugged south coast of Antigua, which will wrap up on Friday. ASW is considered one of the Caribbean's most prestigious regattas with 145 yachts participating in 2017.||April 27||May 3, 2019|
|Antigua Bermuda Race||A race for yachts leaving the Caribbean post-season on their way to the USA or Europe. A 935-mile offshore race||2019 dates unknown|
|Golden Rock Regatta||The event is tailored to draw beginners to both yacht charter and regatta sailing though the teams at times have a smattering of Olympians and top class race specialists mixed in with the crew! If you have never raced before, this is the regatta for you!||2018 program not available yet|
Yacht Racing in the Mediterranean
Yacht Racing in the Middle Sea is possible year round but the most favourite time of year is from May until October. The Middle Sea Race is one of the most famous.
|PalmaVela||A maximum of 7 races (IRC), 8 (Box Rule) and 9 (One Design) which at least 1 has to be completed by each class for the event to be valid. The intention is to sail a minimum of one coastal race and the rest Windward-Leeward races.||May 6||May 12||2019|
|Rolex Capri Sailing Week||Regata Dei Tre Golfi starts from Naples, Santa Lucia cove on Friday at midnight, and will end in Capri following a course rounding the island of Ponza and Li Galli. Regatta in Capri: Races sailed in the bay of Naples and in the waters around the island of Capri||May 8||May 18||2019|
|151 Miglia||May 28||June 1||2019|
|Les Voiles d'Antibes||Every year, in early June, Port Vauban and the coastal waters between the bay of Antibes and Juan-les-Pins, host a fleet of legendary boats, which challenge each other over the five days of regatta and match-races that spark competition between the crews.||to be confirmed||to be confirmed||2019|
|Giraglia Rolex Cup||Three Inshore Races: windward-leeward or triangle courses in the bay of Saint-Tropez and inshore courses with a maximum length of 35 miles. The offshore race from St Tropez is first heading to the Iles des Hyeres before crossing to the desolate rocky islet off northern Corsica (the Giraglia Regatta gets its name from). From there it is racing toward the finish line in the historic Italian port of Genoa.||June 5||June 15||2019|
|Trofeo S.M. de La Reina||June/July||to be confirmed||2019|
|Regata Copa Del Rey||Regatta will be held in the Bay of Palma de Mallorca. Five racing days. A maximum of 12 or 11 races is scheduled depending the boat and no more than three races per day will be sailed.||July 27||August 3||2019|
|Regata Palermo Montecarlo||Offshore Race from Palermo to Monte Carlo||August to be confirmed||to be confirmed||2019|
|Regata Huelva - La Gomera||September to be confirmed||to be confirmed||2019|
|Swan Cup Porto Cervo||Led by internationally renowned sailors, the “swans of the sea” will face each other from 9 to 16 September 2018 in the unique setting of the La Maddalena Archipelago, alternating the challenges at sea with exclusive social moments on the ground.||September to be confirmed||to be confirmed||2019|
|Ibiza Regatta||September to be confirmed||September to be confirmed||2019|
|Les Voiles de St.Tropez||The combination of classic yachts with ultra-modern boats is the main feature of Les Voiles and its true “trademark” with the unique backdrop of the bay of Saint Tropez. Daily races.||September/October to be confirmed||to be confirmed||2019|
|Barcolona||to be confirmed||to be confirmed||2019|
|Rolex Middle Sea Race||The Rolex Middle Sea Race is 608 nautical miles long and is sailed anti-clockwise. En route the crews take in an amazing diversity of landscape and sea conditions, all of which combine to create the attraction and challenge of the race.||October to be confirmed||to be confirmed||2019|
Yacht Racing in the United Kingdom
|Regatta||Date||Year||Type of Race||Where|
|RORC Morgan Cup Race||9-11 June 2017||Offshore||Cowes-Guernsey|
|Round the Island Race||7 July||2018||Inshore||Isle of Wight|
|RORC St.Malo Race||6-9 July 2017||Offshore||Cowes-St.Malo-Cowes|
|Tattinger Regatta||14-16 July 2017||Inshore||Lymington|
|RORC Channel Race||22-23 July 2017||Offshore||Cowes-Cowes|
|Cowes Week||August 4-11||2018||Inshore||Isle of Wight|
|RORC Fastnet Race||6-12 August 2017||Offshore|
|Dartmouth Royal Regatta||23-27 August 2017||Inshore||Dartmouth YC|
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