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Green commitment

01-06-2017

The Conde de Godó Sailing Trophy is committed to being a green event, by reducing waste, reusing and recycling, with the aim to help to preserve the environment and reduce the footprint.

The organization has distributed recycling waste bins in the village at the Real Club Nautico de Barcelona, for organic waste, paper (blue), glass (green) and plastic (yellow).

From the family of the Conde de Godó Trophy and the Real Club Nautico de Barcelona formed by organizers, sponsors, collaborators and members, we invite all participants to use these containers to recycle the waste generated in the village and also on the sea, during the races.

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Starring sponsors

25-05-2018

The village of the 45th Conde de Godó Trophy opens this afternoon. It is undoubtedly one of the protagonists of this regatta organized by the Real Club Nautico de Barcelona since 1974. The space is a meeting point for the crews before and after racing. Here they talk about the day, plan the strategy, read the daily press (La Vanguardia and Mundo Deportivo, of course) and delight with the tastings of the brands that sponsor this great sporting event: Gramona, Estrella Damm, Nº3, Royal Bliss, VIP Style Magazine and Veri.

Opening day on the water

25-05-2018

First day on the water for the 45th Conde de Godó Trophy. The first starts are scheduled for 14.30h, for the 51 boats and 500 sailors who have gathered in what is one of the most important regattas in the Mediterranean.

Victories in the 45th Conde de Godó Trophy will be expensive

24-05-2018

Up to 51 boats and some 500 sailors from eight countries meet at the Real Club Nautico de Barcelona (RCNB) for the 45th Conde de Godó Trophy, with racing from Friday to Sunday. Rats on Fire, L'Immens, Fanytas and Bribón-Movistar will defend title in each of the four categories, but victories this year are sold expensive, as a result of the modifications that the Royal Spanish Sailing Federation has done in the cruising regatta rules.