Primo Cup - Trophée Credit Suisse

3 - 6 MARCH 2022

Launched in 1985 at the instigation of HSH Prince Albert II, a year after becoming the Yacht Club de Monaco’s president, the Primo Cup has established itself as the big meeting that opens the season in the Mediterranean for Europe’s one-design elite.

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Registrations now open

38th Primo Cup  Trophée Credit Suisse  - 3-6 March 2022   Sunday 12th December 2021. It is one…

Convincing win for G-Spot

37th Primo Cup – Trophée Credit Suisse   Sunday 7th March 2021. Competitors enjoyed six races…

Tough battles at the top

37th Primo Cup – Trophée Credit Suisse  (5-7 March 2021)   Saturday 6th March 2021. A…

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Palermo-Montecarlo

19-24 August 2022

Since its launch in 2005 on the initiative of Circolo della Vela Sicilia President Angelo Randazzo, the Palermo-Montecarlo quickly established itself as a Mediterranean classic, with its 500nm course that continues to attract a growing number of entrants.

For seasoned sailors like Mauro Pelaschier, Jochen Schümann, Francesco Bruni, Philippe Monnet and Brad Butterworth, four-time America’s Cup winner, it’s a race against the clock to beat the record; for others it is an adventure over several days at nights at sea with family and friends.

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48 boats on start of 16th edition

Palermo-Montecarlo - 21-26 August 2021 Saturday 21st August 2021. A 54-strong fleet had a good…

A month and a bit till start gun fires for 16th edition

Palermo-Montecarlo - 21-26 August 2021 Wednesday 21st July 2021. Just over a month to go before the…

Palermo-Montecarlo

 Palermo-Montecarlo - 21 - 26 August 2021   Après avoir remporté la Prada cup avec l'équipe Luna…

The Maxi Vera takes line honours at 15th edition

The big winners of the 15th Palermo-Montecarlo 2019 are the Ice 52 Primavista Lauria helmed by…

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Maxi 82 Vera

Real-time winner
Trofeo Tasca d’Almerita

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Primavista

Time compensated winner
Trofeo Angelo Randazzo

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Rambler

Vainqueur en temps réel
Trofeo Tasca d’Almerita

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Tonnerre de Glen

Vainqueur en temps compensé
Trofeo Angelo Randazzo

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Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series

November 2022 - March 2023

In line with the YCM’s sailing policy, having been initiated in the Melges 20 class in 2013 at the instigation of Valentin Zavadnikov, then the J/70s, the Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series is a monthly programme of regattas and training weekends for one-design boats from December to March.

It has proved a very successful format with more than 350 sailors coming from across Europe to set up their winter training base in the Principality to prepare for the upcoming season’s big meetings.

For Monegasque teams, this Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series is their qualifier for the J/70 World Championship being organised for the first time by YCM in partnership with FxPro.

  • Act #1: 3-6 November 2022
  • Act #2: 8-11 December 2022
  • Act #3: 2-5 February 2023
  • Act #4: 2-5 March 2023 (39th Primo Cup – Trophée Credit Suisse)

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Tenzor Consulting Group

New partner of the Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series (2021/2022) organised by Yacht Club de Monaco…

Down to the wire!

Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series – Act II  - 9-12 December 2021 – J/70   Sunday 12th December. Fifty…

A Russian-Monegasque duel

Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series – Act II - 9-12 December 2021 – J/70   Saturday 11th December…

50 teams out on the water!

Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series – Act II  - 9-12 December 2021 – J/70   Friday 10th December 2021.…

Winning at home

Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series – Act I - 4-7 November 2021 – J/70   Sunday 7th November 2021.…

Fassitelli moves into 1st place

 Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series – Act I - 4-7 November 2021   Saturday 6th November 2021.…

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Monaco Energy Boat Challenge

3-8 July 2023

Organised since 2014 by the Yacht Club de Monaco, in collaboration with the International Powerboating Federation (UIM) and Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge is unique in the world.

More than a century after the first international powerboat meetings were launched in 1904, the YCM is reviving a tradition by leaving the field wide open to innovation and the imaginations of young engineers, working hand in hand with experienced manufacturers. Their goal is to develop alternative propulsion systems, using only clean energy sources to power the yachting of tomorrow. A real technological challenge to meet the energy needs of the leisure boat and shipping industries and the accompanying environmental prerogatives.

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Today: 9th edition kicks off

9th Monaco Energy Boat Challenge | 6-9 July 2022 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBxt1J1QmxQ…

Stunning encounters between two stunners 

Tuiga - Portorož Slovenia | 1-3 July 2022   Sunday 3rd July 2022. After her recent victory in…

Goal: power sustainable navigation

9th Monaco Energy Boat Challenge | 6-9 July 2022   Friday 1st July 2022.  Key to our economy…

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Monaco Optimist & Laser Academy

11 - 13 November 2022

In preparation for the Monaco Optimist Team Race, and keen for our young sailors to forge links with those from foreign clubs, the Yacht Club de Monaco launched the Mediterranean Monaco Optimist & Laser Academy in 2017. Combining a regatta and training, the concept allows coaches to go alongside during races to give advice and tips. An original format, it has attracted clubs from all over the world, with nearly a hundred young racers aged under 14.

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Optimist – succession assured

Coach Regatta – Marseille – 18-19 January 2020   Sunday 19th January 2020. Eight sailors from…

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Groupe Benjamin

1- Julie TRICAUD REVIL (YC Cannes)
2- Alexandra SANTELLI (YCM)
3- Charles GANIVET (C.N. VIRY CHATILLON)

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Groupe Benjamin Fille

1- Julie TRICAUD REVIL (YC Cannes)
2- Alexandra SANTELLI (YCM)
3- Alizee CHINOT (ASPTT LA ROCHELLE)

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Groupe Minime

1- Oscar BEUVRY (S R ANTIBES)
2- Frederic FLANDORFFER (Y C CANNES)
3- Raphael CHTOUNDER (S N BANDOL)

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Groupe Minime Fille

1- Alina SHAPOVALOVA (ODESSA BLACK SEA YACHT CLUB)
2- Agathe SAUGE-MERLE (CVSQ)
3- Camille VALLOTTON (CVVT)

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Groupe ILCA4

1- Noah GARCIA (YCM)
2- Emma SCHNEIDER (Y C TOULON)
3- Celeste RADULIC (LA PELLE MARSEILLE)

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Groupe ILCA6

1- Bodhi VAN DER LINDEN (YCM)
2- Mathis DUPLOMB (YCM)
3- Callum WYPER (S R ANTIBES)

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Groupe Benjamin

1- Evan Lamarche (Team ACVL)
2- Charles Trolard (Yacht Club Grande Motte)
3- Arthur Couturier (Pointe Rouge de Marseille)

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Groupe Minime

1- Zou Schemmel (SR Antibes)
2- Leonardo Bonelli (YCM)
3- Samuel Nokes (Team ACVL)

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Monaco Classic Week

13-16 September 2023

This biennial event, which is the first gathering in the world to honour sailing and motor boats, bears witness to the Yacht Club de Monaco’s unfailing attachment to the maritime heritage of sailing. Echoing the first motorboat meetings in 1904, this event is the only one to bring together the most beautiful traditional sailing boats, with vintage motor-yachts and old motorboats, to which a fleet of 12′ Dinghies has been added for four the last editions.

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A voyage of nostalgia and elegance!

15th Monaco Classic Week – La Belle Classe - Circa 100 classic boats, sailing and motor, and 12’…

Art de Vivre sailing and motor

15th Monaco Classic Week – La Belle Classe Tuesday 7th September 2021. Time for Yacht Club de…

Outright victory for Viola 

XVIIth Copa del Rey – de Barcos de Epoca - Minorca - 25-29 August 2021   Sunday 29th August…

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Porto Cervo - Monaco IMA 24H challenge

11-12 September 2022

As entries roll in for September’s Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup (4-10 September 2022), the pinnacle event of the maxi racing calendar, the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, the Yacht Club de Monaco and the International Maxi Association have joined forces to create a new event that owners and crews can use to return their Maxis to the European mainland.

The race format for the Porto Cervo-Monaco IMA 24 Hour Challenge is simple, but unique. Competitors will set sail from Porto Cervo at 11.00am on Sunday, 11 September, the day after the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup has concluded. The course will take the maxis to Monaco, but aside from this is left open.

Prize-giving will be on Monday 12th September 2022 at 7.00pm, an opportunity for owners to see all their crew again in the exclusive private setting of the YCM, before they go back out to sea heading for Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez.

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Fête de la mer

June 2023

Every year St Peter, the patron saint of fishermen, is celebrated in a day-long festival organised by the YCM in partnership with other Monegasque institutions, including Monaco City Hall, Société Nautique de Monaco (rowing club), Association des Pontons de Monaco (pleasure boats), Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, Oceanographic Museum, Club d’Exploration sous-marine de Monaco (scuba diving), and the Association Monégasque de la Protection de la Nature (Environment Protection Association).

The Port Hercule will once again celebrate the Fête de la Mer during which a large parade will be organised at sea. Sailing, motor, rowing (…), all units are welcome to participate in this event.

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All at sea for the parade - tbc

09.00am Distribution of hats & necklaces of flowers for the Parade participants (Port Hercule: Riva Pontoon, Fontvieille: Pontoon opposite the CESMM)

9.30am Archbishop and guests embark for the Parade

10.15am Rendezvous at sea in front of the Oceanographic Museum for start of the Parade

10.30am Blessing of the Parade

11.15am Parade arrives in front of Yacht Club de Monaco

12 noon Group photo & speeches

All at sea for the parade - tbc

10.00am Activities and workshops begin at Yacht Club de Monaco

12 noon Lunch break – activities paused

12.30pm Tahitian music & dancing initiation session during lunch

1.45pm Jet-ski demonstration

2.00pm Activities, workshops and contests resume

5.00pm Fête de la Mer ends

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Monaco Optimist Team Race

11- 15 January 2023

For the last ten years, 64 sailors under 14, divided into 16 teams from 16 nations, have been competing in the Monaco Optimist Team Race. Organised with the support of FxPro, Eventica Communications and clothing supplier SLAM, this original match race format in teams of four Optimists, supplied by boatbuilder Erplast, relies on technique, tactics and above all team-work. As well as the sporting aspect, with an average 120 races over four days, youngsters from our twin and reciprocal clubs all over the world come to meet others passionate about sailing and have fun.

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2022’s all about competition!

YCM sailing rendezvous   Friday 7th January 2022 – The new year kicks off a busy programme of…

Americans triumph ahead of Sweden, Monaco clinches hard-won 3rd place

Monaco Optimist Team Race 2020   Organised by the Yacht Club de Monaco with support from…

Americans looking too good

11th Monaco Optimist Team Race    They came with the firm intention of winning the cup and are…

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J/70 World Championship

14 - 22 October 2022

After the success of the J/70 European Championship hosted in October 2015, the YCM continues to pursue its ambitions. In 2022 it will organise the class’s World Championship in what is clear recognition by sailing authorities of our Club. With 20 boats flying our burgee thanks to the proactive Monaco J/70 Class Association, the Club can claim to own one of the largest J/70 fleets in the world.

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