Voiles d'Antibes

Sports and recreation ,  Sporting event ,  Water sports at Antibes

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  • The biggest Spring gathering of the Yachting Classique, where adventure and luxe mix in a sportive and convivial tradition.

    Created in 1996, the Voiles d'Antibes are the first regatta of the mediterranean season, where adventure and luxe mix in a sportive and convivial tradition.
    For most of the competitors, this prestigious gathering represents the first big rendez-vous of the mediterranean season. Competitors renew themselves every year around a strong core of mythical boats such as Moonbeam, Cambria, Mariska, Stormy Weather, Hallowe'en, Oiseau de Feu, Outlaw, Adria, Lulu, which participate to every regatta. Antibes being the first great gathering of the season, it is the occasion for every amateurs to come appreciate the purity of the architectural lines, the deck layouts, the harmony of the Auriques and Bermudians rigging, and the elegant ballet of the crew readying with passion their legendary sailboats.

    Loved for the quality of its regattas, its 23km race along the seashores between Antibes and Juan-les-Pins, and for the great conviviality that is prevalent once back on land, the Voiles d'Antibesare without a doubt one of the not to be missed race of the mediterranean circuit.
    Every year, the Village of the Voiles d'Antibes, open to public, offers a space of meeting and conviviality, where every international crews comment and share every night their maneuvers, their options and the race of the day, for the great pleasure of the public, whether they are connoiseurs or laypersons.
    The greeting back on land is most certainly one of the warmest of the circuit. Antibes, being world wide famous for its Picasso Museum and its Jazz Festival, had to associate culture and music to sailing. Everyday exhibits and animations will entertain you on the themes of the Sea and the Environment from 09:00am to 12:00pm. Every night, shows will delight you in the Village and in the Port Vauban, 1stEuropean Yacht Harbour.
  • Spoken languages
    • English
    • es*
    • it*
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Mobility impaired
    • Hearing impaired
Schedules
Schedules
  • From June 3, 2020 until June 7, 2020