VELA Cup, everyone can participate. Also drifting, as Jordi and Thomas did!


The beauty of the TAG Heuer Vela Cup in Santa Margherita Ligure (May 4-5), the “mother” leg of the Mediterranean’s busiest regatta circuit, is that all boats can participate, with no limitation on age, type or length.

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25 YEARS IN TWO, WITH THE FEVA AT VELA CUP
The very young Jordi Rodriguez, class of 2006 from Brescia, found out by seeing the feast of sails at sea: and decided that he would not miss the last edition for any reason. And in registering his little RS Feva (3.65 x 1.42 m) he took the opportunity to write to us:

“I am a 12-year-old boy. I have been boating for 6 years and have been competing for 4 years. I race the RS Feva. My bowman’s name is Tommaso Acerbis and he is 13 years old. I love sailing, with my bowman I have so much fun and I love the Feva.

Last year I came to the VELAFestival, saw the regatta from the beach-I didn’t know that everyone could participate and with any boat; I promised myself that this year I would do it too with my bowman and our Feva. We have been waiting for a year and are looking forward to Saturday, May 5!“.

Jordi and Tommaso, we look forward to seeing you at the VELA Cup again this year!!!

SEEKING/OFFERING BOARDING
And we are waiting for all of you. Participating is easy and you do not need to have a boat! You can count on My Match Race, the virtual platform where sailors who want to race meet.
On the VELA Cup website, the SEARCH/OFFBOARD function is already available (Click here).

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