Latest news
Advertisement

In Pictures: Day 2 at the St Barths Bucket 2018

Fleet Events
Written by
Charl van Rooy

The 2018 edition of the St Barths Bucket kicked off on Thursday, where some of the world’s fastest, coolest sailing superyachts spent the day preparing for three days of Caribbean racing. St Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed Media

Day 2 of the event saw the first race day for the pursuit class after Day 1 was reserved for two J Class races which saw Svea walk away with the day's win followed closely by Topaz and Valsheda. Below are the results for the five different Pursuit Class categories. St Barths Bucket 2018 - Pursuit Class ResultsSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed Media

Images by Jeff Brown / Breed Media 

We'll be sharing a daily photo gallery from our friends at Breed Media throughout the duration of the Bucket. Check out Breed Media's work here. Breed Media's images from the show will be available here and are currently available at 30% off until 29th March. St Barths Bucket 2018 - Pursuit Class ResultsSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Pursuit Class ResultsSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Pursuit Class ResultsSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Pursuit Class ResultsSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaSt Barths Bucket 2018 - Race Day 2Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed Media

Superyacht iQ Report

The SuperYacht iQ 2018 Market Report

Did you know that in 2017....

  • 180 new yachts over 30 metres were sold
  • 149 new yachts over 30 metres were completed
  • 443 yachts over 30 metres were under construction
  • 30% of the yachts under construction were available for sale
  • 20% of the yachts were owned by clients from the USA
Advertisement

Follow us

Featured yachts

Related articles