|CYCLADES 2016 "CYCLADES REGATTA"
(22nd International Sailing Race Cyclades)
July 2 - July 10, 2016
(organized by NOTK
Kea - Naxos - Kimolos - Sifnos - Kythnos
From July 2 to July 10, 2016 the 22nd International Sailing Race "CYCLADES REGATTA 2016" will take place. This race is part of the official program of the Greek Open Sea Sailing Federation (EIO).
Along with the Greek boats, all foreign boats with their crews and all recognized categories (ORCi, ORC Club, ORC Club Non Spinnaker and IRC) are invited to participate in the race.
CYCLADES 2016 "CYCLADES REGATTA" ( 22nd Cyclades Offshore Sailing Race )
July 2 to July 10, 2016
PROGRAM OF RACE
- Friday 1/7/2016 - 19.30: FALIRO - Skippers Meeting (see below)
- Saturday 2/7/2016 - 20.00: KEA - Gathering of boats
- Sunday 3/7/2016 - 11.00: 1st RACE - Kea to Naxos: 69 NM
- Monday 4/7/2016: Day off
- Tuesday 5/7/2016 11.00: 2nd RACE - Naxos to Kimolos: 44 NM
- Wednesday 6/7/2016: Day off
- Thursday 7/7/2016 11.00: 3rd RACE - Kimolos to Sifnos 19 NM
- Friday 8/7/2016: Day off
- Saturday 9/7/2016 - 11.00: 4th RACE - Sifnos to Kythnos 31 NM
we visit this time is Kea
. Local authorities, associations, seafarers’ groups and residents of these islands, traditionally are our hosts and welcome us with a warm embrace. They make sure to entertain us following the local traditions and showing us the beauties and monuments of their region.
During the period of the race, the Aegean Sea and especially in the Cyclades region has usually favorable to sailing weather conditions.
The Cyclades are of the most loved destinations for sailing boats. They combine natural beauty, traditional hospitality, the appropriate infrastructure for yachts and the typical nautical tradition, charming both Greeks and foreign visitors.
|RACE SCHEDULE & ROUTE
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
| ||50% DISCOUNT on Crossing the Corinth Canal is offered by A.E.DI.K. (Corinth Canal S.A.) for the participating boats which will cross the Corinth Canal as part of the sailing race "Cyclades Regatta 2016".|
For the early dispatch of the data of the vessels wishing to cross the canal please contact 210 4810390 or firstname.lastname@example.org