LES VOILES DE ST-BARTH
9ème EDITION | 8-14 avril 2018

Race Charter

Trouvez le bateau de course qui vous correspond pour participer aux Voiles de St Barth 2017 !
Ortac,CSA8

Ortac

Beneteau First 40.7

Ortac has had a good season with a 2nd in Grenada Race Week and finishing a very tough Caribbean 600, She is a regular Antigua Sailing Week podium finisher and can be chartered bareboat, with skipper or with an owners representative

Last minute special of US $ 9000 including race entry and training days excluding berthing

Cell + 1 268 720 5313

Antigua office +1 268 562 6696

First 40.7

Sail Racing Academy

Sail Racing Academy charter a racing-ready Beneteau First 40.7; a yacht that embodies all the aspects of a racing pedigree, with the added provisions of comfort in mind. Whether you’re a novice, or an experienced competitor, this yacht will perform beautifully in the right hands and is forgiving to those who are just starting out.

As a company, our priorities lie in providing the highest quality and service, this is why we offer competitive prices for bareboat charters and individual crew berths, with extended lead in and out periods that allow all teams to get the most out of their experience.

Contact: info@sailracingacademy.org

El Ocaso,J122,CSA 2,

El Ocaso

One of the Caribbean’s winningest yachts is available for charter.

El Ocaso (J122) is available for 2018, impeccably maintained with new North sails for 2018, step on and win!

Contact bob@caribbeanyachtracing.com for details

http://www.caribbeanyachtracing.com/

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Red Hot Caribe

is an exciting new Tartan 101 looking for theperfect crew for Les Voiles de Saint Barth to realise her racing potential.

She is a wonderfully designed 10m/33-footsloop with a generous carbon rignew set of Carbon North Sails (total of 7 racing up & down-wind sails), & a Carbonautica 60” carbon wheel. In addition, she has top-notch Garmin suite (including 3 large mast displays) and a surprisingly spacious & comfortable interior with5 berths.

We encourage crews to take a few days before the regatta to familiarise themselves with her, to maximise the racing performance, and after to enjoy her potential for some serious fun! We are also offering opportunities for cruising/deliverieson Red Hot from STIR before St Barth &delivery to Antigua. The vessel will be supplied with inflatable dinghy & outboard plus various additions for comfortable cruising which will be stored on land during racing.

The whole boat is available at competitive rates for charter with first mate onboard at Les Voiles de Saint-BarthsAlso open individual spots available for Antigua Sailing Week.

For more information & prices contact 

CaptainEB@RedHotCaribe.Com  

+1 (312) 285-5305.

Noisy Oyster Miglia 2015 (2)

Noisy Oyster

is a perfect J122 racer available for all major 2018 Caribbean regattas. Perfectly maintained and optimized (IRC 1.078) with impressive Mediterranean success.

Proposed with B&G H5000 electronics & Adrena software, carbon sails 2016-2017, asymmetric spinnakers A1, A2, A4, A5, jib top, furling Code Zero, carbon wheel (2016). Equipped for Offshore Special Regulation Class2 for 10 persons.

She is available as bareboat for experience crew or with first mate onboard.

Please contact us oparchet@pebble-home.com or + 41 79 297 46 81 for detailed information and availability.

Website: www.J122experience.com

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J-aguar

is custom modify J 120 with fresh racing carbon sails and regularly updated with gear.we will encourage you to take as many days (up to 5) to get familiar with a boat and perfom well.she has spartan interior not really very comfortable for overnight…accommodation on shore is recommended.

Whole boat charter contact Ben on mrbenjelic@gmail.com or check our web site www.caribbeanraces.com

CSA4-Wild-Devil

Wild Devil

is our baby…wild one…turbo modify KIWI 35, winner of Heineken regatta , second in st.barths always in top ranking, fresh carbon sails, permanently modify and optimize to race in the Caribbean.

Whole boat or individual places contact Ben on mrbenjelic@gmail.com or www.caribbeanraces.com