After a year like no other, the message from Superyacht Cup Palma 2021 is to the point – it’s time to go racing! The 25th anniversary of Europe’s longest-running superyacht regatta will see action out on the Bay of Palma from June 23-26, with the new-look event acting smartly and adapting itself to local pandemic limitations.
Buoyed by an already promising provisional entry list featuring several stars of the superyacht world, the event now features new racing classes that offer something for all possible competitors. With the determined support of SYC partners, friends, suppliers and collaborators – not least the prestigious Real Club Nautico de Palma which has expanded its long-standing involvement – the organisers are optimistic they can meet the pent-up demand for competitive and enjoyable racing.
With planning now at an advanced stage, Superyacht Cup Palma is aiming for a spectacular summer display at the home of Mediterranean superyachting.
‘We know that all the participants, owners, guests and crew are very keen to get back out racing and to enjoy time onboard,’ says SYC event director Kate Branagh. ‘For some it is the competition that is important, for others it is the joy of sailing with friends and family.’ Read on.