Dates to be announced
The Dubois Cup will return to Porto Cervo’s shores in 2017 at the close of May, a scintillating regatta involving an array of sensational Dubois-designed sailing yachts.
Unpredictable, exciting and uniting, the Dubois Cup has grown in popularity ever since its early origins in 2007, where Ed Dubois and a client contemplated the possibility of create an event solely to celebrate the racing prowess of Dubois yachts.
The 6th edition is set to unite a wide selection of Dubois charter yachts in Sardinia for a delightful mix of racing and social events, with the event a prime opportunity for Dubois owners to get to know each other when not enjoying some friendly rivalry. A group of yachts also attend the event simply to take in the atmosphere of the Dubois Cup.
Last year, 46m charter yacht GANESHA regatta stormed the regatta on Day 1 to take first price overall, followed by fellow Vitters build, the 54m ketch NIRVANA.
Held in conjunction with the VCCS, racing begins on Day 2 of the event and concludes with a prize-giving ceremony after the final race. Please contact your preferred charter broker for more information about taking part.
The 6th edition is set to unite a wide selection of Dubois charter yachts in Sardinia for a delightful mix of racing and social events
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