The Atlantic Cruise Circuit strengthens ties between Galicia and Portugal

· In its third edition, the competition includes three top-level regattas: the Prince of Asturias Trophy, the Cascais Vela 2015 and the Mateus Rosé Sailing Cup

· The circuit is organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates de Bayonne, BB Douro and the Clube Naval de Cascais

· Its main objective is to strengthen, through sailing, the existing sports, tourism and cultural relations between Galicia and Portugal

Baiona, June 11, 2015.- On June 20, the starting signal will be given, in Vila Nova de Gaia (Portugal), for the third edition of the Atlantic Cruise Circuit with the celebration of the Mateus Rosé Sailing Cup, organized by BBDouro.

It will be the first of the three tests scheduled in a competition that was created three years ago by the Monte Real Club de Yates de Bayonne, BBDouro and the Clube Naval de Cascais, with the aim of strengthening, through sailing, sports relations , tourist and cultural existing between Galicia and Portugal.

Once the Mateus Rosé Sailing Cup is over, the second date on the circuit calendar will be Cascais Vela 2015, organized by the Clube Naval de Cascais. The appointment will be from August 28 to 30.

The Prince of Asturias Trophy, from the Monte Real Yacht Club, is the last of the scoring events. It will be held from September 4 to 6 in the town of Baiona, where the winning crew will also be given the silver goblet that symbolizes victory in the competition. The winning club will be in charge of guarding the trophy until the next edition, when it will be put back into play.

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