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The Mediterranean Sailing Circuit presents its second edition


After the success of participants in the year of its premiere, the Mediterranean Sailing Circuit celebrates its second edition with three of the most outstanding regattas on the national scene: the Sail Racing PalmaVela (May 7-10), the Caixabank Conde de Godó Trophy (May 28 - 31) and the SM La Reina Trophy (July 2-5). The circuit has held this morning its official presentation in the framework of the Valencia Boat Show, attended by the president of the RCN Valencia, Alejandro Fliquete; the president of the RCN Palma, Javier Sanz; the commodore of the RCN Barcelona and manager of the Caixabank Conde de Godó Trophy, Marc de Antonio; the president of the Valencian Community Sailing Federation, Carlos Torrado, and the vice president of the Valencian federation and manager of the SM La Reina Trophy, Rafel Chirivella.

The Mediterranean Sailing Circuit is a joint initiative of the yacht clubs of Palma, Barcelona and Valencia, which aims to establish the national regatta calendar to encourage the participation of boats in regattas outside their home community.

Thus, the boats that participate in the Mediterranean Sailing Circuit can enjoy reduced mooring rates in the organizing clubs when they are in transit from one competition to another, and also those that take part in the three events of this year will have free registration in Sail Racing PalmaVela, in Caixabank Conde de Godó Trophy and in SM La Reina Trophy of 2021.

A joint classification

The circuit, for ORC classes, has a classification for each class. Only boats that have taken part in at least two of the three events may qualify for the winner's title.

In addition to the prize for the first classified of each class, the Mediterranean Sailing Circuit includes the Grand Prize for the Best Club of the Mediterranean, for which the best classified boat of each club scores in each regatta. The winning club remains in possession of the trophy for a year, until the next edition is held.

The winners of the first edition of the Mediterranean Sailing Circuit were Brujo in ORC1, Vell Marí in ORC 2, and Vertigo Dos Texia in ORC3. Finally, the best club trophy went to RCN Barcelona, ​​which guards the trophy until next edition.

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Complicated first day


The first day of racing of the 46th CaixaBank Conde de Godó Trophy will be so complicated. Races are postponed on shore at this moment, due to the lack of wind because of the rain and cloudy skies.

Grand première of 46 CaixaBank Conde de Godó Trophy


The horn of departure will be heard tomorrow, for the first races of the 46 CaixaBank Conde de Godó Trophy, the prestigious regatta organized by the Real Club Náutico de Barcelona and a great reference in the whole Mediterranean. Up to 70 boats are called to fight for one of the four mermaids in dispute in this edition, one for each participating class: the already traditional ORC cruises and J80, and the J70 and the Dragon.

More than 70 boats take part in the 46 CaixaBank Conde de Godó Trophy


The 46th edition of the prestigious CaixaBank Conde de Godó Trophy, organized since 1974 by the Royal Yacht Club of Barcelona (RCNB) with the support of the Godó family, will be held in the waters of Barcelona from 23rd to 26th of May, with the inclusion of interesting novelties, as announced today at the presentation. The regatta will gather this year some 70 boats and about 600 sailors, and eleven countries will be represented.