This year’s edition of the annual St Barths Bucket came to an end on Sunday after four days of tight racing for a fleet of three J Class yachts. An additional 23 superyachts joined the old-school racers for three days in the unpredictable waters off the Caribbean island in what is known as the world’s most prestigious regatta.Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed Media
Svea dominated the leaderboard over the four days as Valsheda and Topaz battled it out for the second and third spots. Svea is the lasts yacht in the J Class fleet and was launched at Vitters in 2017 and took part in her first Bucket regatta this year.Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaPhoto: Jeff Brown / Breed Media
Below is a roundup of the provisional results of the pursuit classes.Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed Media
We have been sharing a daily photo gallery from our friends at Breed Media throughout the duration of this year's 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.Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaPhoto: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaPhoto: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaPhoto: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaPhoto: Jeff Brown / Breed MediaPhoto: Jeff Brown / Breed Media
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