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The IMA Caribbean Maxi Challenge 2022

Caroline Blatter

Great News for the upcoming Caribbean Season ahead …

The International Maxi Association (IMA) is to hold its first Caribbean Maxi Challenge series in 2022, 
with one offshore and three inshore Races, open to all Maxi Yachts of 60ft + LOA.
This is such a positive step to help the Caribbean and all event organisers bounce back from the pandemic, encouraging Maxi Yacht owners to include the Caribbean in their year’s planning, competing within a more formalised structure.
The RORC Transatlantic Race from Puerto Calero, Lanzarote to Port Louis Marina, Grenada starting on the 8th January, is almost like a 'Feeder race', with a record 29 teams entered for this 3000 mile race!

*Save these Dates for 2022*

Event 1

RORC Caribbean 600 - 21st February, Antigua

An expected full fleet, with an astonishing pack of multihulls expected to 'fly' round the course, as well as 100ft supermaxi Comanche and the Farr 100 Leopard 3, no doubt out to beat the monohull record!




Event 2
St. Maarten Heineken Regatta - 3-6th March
This much loved Regatta in St. Maarten once again is set to attract international sailors for 4 days of superb competitive racing with music, fun and some of the best entertainment ashore!

Event 3

Les Voiles de Saint-Barth Richard Mille - 17-23rd April
Five days of challenging diverse competitive sailing, fine dining and the famous Beach Crew Party, draws a mix of professional and amateur sailors to the magnificent turquoise waters of Saint Barth’s!


Antigua Sailing Week - 30th - 6th May
For the Grand Finale of the season, 5 days of racing, an infamous ‘Lay Day’, a Round Antigua Race, even a Roadrunners Cycling Chase the Race, all culminating in Dockyard Day on 7th May, with the traditional Beating of the Retreat in this historic setting .

Follow this link for details of ALL Caribbean Regattas in 2022

To find Recommended services & suppliers in each Caribbean Island, follow this link to the Superyacht Services Guide Directory. 


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