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11th Annual Catamarans Cup 2021 in Greece

by Catamarans Cup International Regatta 25 Oct 2021 08:15 PDT 16-23 October 2021

Held under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Tourism (GNTO) and with LAGOON Catamarans as its Grand sponsor the 11th annual Catamarans Cup took place from the 16th to the 23rd of October 2021 in Greece.

After a 1-year hiatus due to Covid-19 restrictions it was with great excitement that crews from around the world gathered to enjoy four days of competitive racing and fun, which included:

Day 1 - Athens - Kea | 1st Leg
Day 2 - Kea - Kythnos | 2nd Leg
Day 3 - Kythnos - Hydra | 3rd leg
Day 4 - Hydra - Poros | 4th Leg

Twenty-one catamarans with crews from twelve countries took part in this year's racing. Congratulations are due to the winners and all the participants for making the 11th annual Catamarans Cup a resounding success!

To register for next year's Catamarans Cup visit the official website.

To view the catamarans available for the regatta visit the official organizer's website.

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