Les Voiles de Saint Tropez 2020

Les Voiles de Saint Tropez

New format, new dates for 2020!

For the 22nd edition, the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez launches a new formula extended to two weeks: from September 26 to October 9, the mythical appointment of the most beautiful boats in the world raises the cursor to host more Great classic units and modern that will now benefit from their own event.

During the first week from September 26 to October 3, the event will host classic and modern boats, as usual but up to a size limit except for specific classes. The usual program remains unchanged, except for the awards ceremony that is scheduled for Saturday night the 3rd.

During the week of October 5-9, make way for large modern and classic units that will benefit from specific routes with all departures in front of the city of Saint-Tropez starting on October 6. In the race, the Wallys, the Maxi and Super Maxi group of the IRCA or IRC1 Loro Piana for the modern ones as well as the great schooners class gulets or the Grands Traditions for the classics. Awards ceremony, Friday night, October 9.

Around 250 boats will participate in the first week and between 30 and 50 “Super boats” the second.

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