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2021 St Barths Bucket Regatta
18-21 March 2021
Every year the world’s most spectacular superyachts gather in Gustavia’s harbor for the prestigious St. Barths Bucket. The St Barths Bucket Regatta is an invitational regatta. Participation is offered to cruising yachts whose length is 30.5 meters or greater. This three-day invitational regatta features top-notch racing and exclusive shore side social events, all in a breathtaking Caribbean setting.
The SuperYacht Racing Association (SYRA) is a non-profit organization, with membership open to any superyacht owner (or owner’s representative) who participate in superyacht regattas, superyacht event organizers, and superyacht industry related companies.
The Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, founded in 1967 by its President H.H. the Aga Khan, is renowned for organizing international sailing regattas for superyachts, maxi yachts and one-design yachts. The Yacht Club runs regattas during the summer season and offers exclusive services to its members, their guests and yacht owners in Porto Cervo.
The Candy Store Cup Superyacht Regatta is hosted and organized in Newport, RI.
This is an invitational regatta set in the Corinthian spirit, and carries forward the tradition of the Newport Bucket – we hope you will join us!
Since its introduction in 2014, the ORC Super Yacht Rule (ORCsy) has grown in popularity in response to use of a VPP-based system that is fully transparent, responsive to its users and measurement-based. ORC has created this system with the cooperation of the world’s leading organizer of SuperYacht events, the SuperYacht Racing Association (SYRA).
As the National Governing Body for the sport of sailing, US Sailing’s mission is to provide leadership for the sport of sailing in the United States. The organization works to achieve this mission through a wide range of programs and events. US Sailing sets the course enabling sailors to enjoy the sport for a lifetime.
World Sailing is the world governing body for the sport of sailing, officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
World Sailing is responsible for:
• the promotion of the sport internationally;
• managing sailing at the Olympic and Paralympic Games;
• developing the Racing Rules of Sailing and regulations for all sailing competitions;
• the training of judges, umpires and other administrators;
• the development of the sport around the world;
• representing the sailors in all matters concerning the sport.
TracTrac: Making hard-to-follow sports engaging with real time GPS tracking.
TracTrac gives visibility to the sport, engages the spectator and drives fan base and sponsor value by revealing and visualizing the key moments of hard-to-follow-sports in real time.
Whether you are looking for a weather window to leave port and cruise the islands, the racing forecast that will give you the competitive edge in a regatta, or anywhere in between – Commanders’ Weather will provide you with optimal routing and accurate marine weather forecasting specific to your needs.