Giraglia Rolex Cup

 

The Giraglia Rolex Cup, which celebrates its 62nd edition in 2014, includes one of the most renowned offshore races in the Mediterranean.  Following a prologue race from Sanremo the fleet gathered in the chic harbor of Saint-Tropez for three days of inshore competition before embarking on a 241-nautical mile offshore race to Monte-Carlo via the Giraglia, a rocky outcrop off the northern tip of Corsica.

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION The international element illuminates the event. Yachts represented some twenty nations with multi-national crews - individuals drawn from far and wide by the reputation of an sailing competition that has its own distinct character that thrives on its cosmopolitan nature.

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

The international element illuminates the event. Yachts represented some twenty nations with multi-national crews - individuals drawn from far and wide by the reputation of an sailing competition that has its own distinct character that thrives on its cosmopolitan nature.

  INSHORE INSIGHT For shore bound spectators on both northern and southern shores of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, the inshore racing series provides a thrilling water-borne spectacle.  

 

INSHORE INSIGHT

For shore bound spectators on both northern and southern shores of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, the inshore racing series provides a thrilling water-borne spectacle.

 

STYLISH CELEBRATIONS The shoreside element of the Giraglia Rolex Cup is a significant component in its make-up. Saint-Tropez is already a glamorous location and the traditional crew party held as a thank you to the participating crews always lives up to expectations and even adds to the allure.

STYLISH CELEBRATIONS

The shoreside element of the Giraglia Rolex Cup is a significant component in its make-up. Saint-Tropez is already a glamorous location and the traditional crew party held as a thank you to the participating crews always lives up to expectations and even adds to the allure.

  HISTORY-MAKERS The Swiss-French crew of Bernard Vananty's Tixwave are worthy winners of the overall prize for the offshore race. The team of Corinthians exemplify the spirit and dedication of all crews competing in the Giraglia Rolex Cup

 

HISTORY-MAKERS

The Swiss-French crew of Bernard Vananty's Tixwave are worthy winners of the overall prize for the offshore race. The team of Corinthians exemplify the spirit and dedication of all crews competing in the Giraglia Rolex Cup

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