An annual calendar of racing is in place for the J Class fleet which sees the fleet compete at premier regatta's throughout the year.

19-22 June

The Superyacht Cup Palma

Palma, Spain

The Superyacht Cup Palma, established in 1996, is Europe's longest running superyacht regatta. The annual event attracts some of the world’s largest and most prestigious sailing yachts to the beautiful island of Mallorca for a spectacular festival of sailing.The Superyacht Cup combines professionally managed yacht racing in reliable sea breeze conditions on the Bay with a relaxed and fun atmosphere ashore in the heart of historic Palma, the home of Mediterranean superyachting.

Image Credit: 

Sailing Energy

Visit Website
8 - 14 September

Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup

Puerto Cervo, Sardinia

The Costa Smeralda provides a stunning setting and a variety of challenging conditions for the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup, one of the highlights of the Mediterranean yachting season. The first Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup (known then as the Maxi World championship) was held in Sardinia in 1980. The brainchild of the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda and its president, the Aga Khan, the regatta is now an eagerly anticipated annual event attracting a sizeable fleet of majestic maxi yachts to Porto Cervo each September.

Image Credit: Francesco Ferri / Studio Borlenghi

Image Credit: 

Visit Website
5-11 October

America's Cup J Class Regatta

Barcelona, Spain

No history of the America’s Cup is complete without mention of the J Class, the magnificent sloops that competed for the trophy in three editions between 1930 and 1937.

These yachts with their remarkable history both in theAmerica’s Cup and into the modern era are one of the true wonders of the sailing world and will draw much attention when they arrive in Barcelona whilst acting as an integral part of the America’s Cup celebrations.

Image Credit: 

Visit Website