After three days of action-packed racing out on the course and vibrant socialising at the Race Village back on dry land, the 20thedition of the Superyacht Cup in Palma came to an end this pastSaturday. Consistent racing conditions over the three days saw the fleet battle it out in their respective classes in the hopes to get their hands in the coveted Superyacht Cup.
The 33 metre Baltic superyacht Win Win walked away with the top prize with an ecstatic Captain Clive Walker commenting:"I've got a huge smile on my face. We've been trying to win a regatta ever since we launched the boat two years ago and we've finally done it, which is a huge relief. To be part of this team for the last eight years and having won with the old boat (Scorpione dei Mari) as well is incredible, just fantastic. A win-win situation!"
In Class B it was the 38 metre Perini Navi P2 which claimed a landslide victory, with the modern classic Tempus Fugit proving victorious in Class C. The Herreshoff designed Mariette won Class D over the three day’s sailing.
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