NOTICE OF RACE – Baiona Angra Atlantic Race

The ANNOUNCEMENT OF RACE for the Baiona Angra Atlantic Race is now available, for which 25 percent of the available places have already been filled. Don’t wait any longer to sign up! You can consult the Announcement of Regatta HERE and download the Entry Sheet from HERE

  • FIRST STAGE: BAIONA – ANGRA

The first of the stages will leave on July 3 from Baiona to Angra do Heroismo, a town of some 35,000 inhabitants located on the Terceira Island of the Portuguese archipelago of Azores. The participating boats must cover the 865 miles that separate both points, and do so in a maximum time of 9 days and 8 hours. Once there, the boats will have free moorings in the Angra marina and their crew members will be able to participate in various social events and guided tours that will be scheduled on the occasion of their arrival on the island. On the 13th, the awards ceremony for the first stage will be held at the Angra Iate Clube facilities.

The first stage will depart on July 3 from Baiona to Angra do Heroísmo, a city with about 35,000 inhabitants, located on Terceira Island, in the Açores archipelago. The participating boats will have to travel 865 miles, which, approximately, separate the two cities, having to do it for a maximum time of 9 days and 8 hours. When they arrive at Angra do Heroísmo, the boats have free moorings in the Angra marina and their crews will be able to participate in various social events and guided tours that will be scheduled when they arrive at the island. There will be a delivery of prizes for the best boats of the stage and for the winner, in real time of the stage. It will be on the 13th of July at the installations of the Angra Iate Clube.

First stage will start on July 3 in Baiona and finish in Angra do Heroismo, a 35,000-inhabitant town located on Ilha Terceira, in the Portuguese archipelago of Açores. Boats will have to sail the 865 miles that approximately separate both points in no more than 9 days and 8 hours. Once there, boats will have free moorings in the marina of Angra and its crews may participate in social events and guided tours.

  • SECOND STAGE: ANGRA – BAIONA

On Thursday, July 14, the second stage of the competition will start, with the reverse route, back to Baiona. Again, more than 800 miles ahead to be navigated within a time limit of 224 hours. Once in Galicia, the awards ceremony will be held on Saturday, July 23, at the facilities of the Monte Real Yacht Club. The best boats of each stage and of the complete regatta will be distinguished in each of the categories, and prizes will also be awarded to the winners of each stage and of the general in real time.

At Quinta-Feira, on July 14, it will start for the second stage of the competition, with a reverse route, back to Baiona. De novo, more than 800 miles to be navigated with a time limit of 224 hours. Once arrived in Galiza, there will be an award ceremony at the facilities of the Monte Real Yacht Club, on July 23. The best boats of the stage and of the complete regatta will be awarded for each of the categories. For all, there will be ainda deliver prizes for the real time winner of the stage and for the real time winner of the regatta.

On Thursday July 14 will start the second stage of the competition, back to Baiona. Again, more than 800 miles to be navigated in no more than 224 hours. Once in Galicia, Monte Real Club de Yates will celebrate the awards ceremony (best boats of each stage and the full race in each of the categories, and winners of each stage and the overall real-time) on Saturday July 23.

  • INSCRIPTION

The registration period to participate in the Baiona Atlantic Race will remain open until June 3, just one month before the start of the race, and there will be discounts for crews that do so before April 30. Given the characteristics of the test, the regatta will be limited to a maximum of 40 boats, which must have a minimum length of 30 feet or be of the Mini 6.50 Class. They may carry full or reduced crews, with two sailors on board.

The registration period to participate in the Baiona Angra Atlantic Regatta will be open until next June 3, one month before the start of the regatta and there will be discounts for the crews who can register before April 30. Given the characteristics of the Prova, the regatta will be limited to a maximum of 40 participating boats that must have a minimum of 30 feet of compression or be of the Classe Mini 6.50. It will be able to have full crews or reduced crews, with two crew members on board.

Deadline for registration to participate in Baiona Atlantic Race is June 3, just one month before the start of the race, and there are discounts for crews if they do it before April 30. Race will be limited to a maximum of 40 boats ( ≥ 30 feet or Class Mini 6.50). They can lead full or reduced crews, with two sailors on board.