For regatta enthusiasts, do not miss the Multihull Challenge 2022 and attend one of the most beautiful racing yachts in the world!
The sailing industry continues to grow, and technological advances allow boats to be more competitive: faster, safer and most importantly, more comfortable in all types of winds. This regatta is the perfect opportunity for sailors to have fun aboard their new acquisitions while enjoying the beauty of the Caribbean landscape.
What is the Caribbean Multihull Challenge?
Orchestrated by the Sint Marteen Yacht Club, the CMC is the only regatta in the Caribbean dedicated solely to multihulls.
Where will the Caribbean Multihull Challenge be held in 2022?
The fourth edition of the Caribbean Multihull Challenge will take place in the turquoise waters of an island known for its hospitality and its large stretch of water adapted to multihull sailing: Saint Martin.
When will the Caribbean Multihull Challenge take place?
The CMC will embrace the spirit of multihull sailors around the world beginning in February 2022. The Sint Marteen Yacht Club has announced the official dates for the fourth edition, February 4,5 and 6, 2022.
As with the last few years, the races will be followed by musical evenings for an even greater sense of camaraderie.
Find the exact program of the regatta here.
“This event will welcome all multihull sailors who skipper Gunboats, Lagons, Leopards, Fountaine Pajot, Spronk and bareboats. We will welcome – as we have in the past – high-end carbon catamarans and trimarans, custom and production.” Sint Marteen Yacht Club.
The racing at this festival will be as usual: highly competitive, spirited and full of surprises!
Our selection of the best yacht to attend the CMC regatta
Would you like to follow the race on the water and admire the racers gybing their sailing yachts at high speed?
Choose the catamaran option with NAMASTE from Alliaura Marine available for luxury crewed charter from $58 000 all inclusive or prefer the sailing yacht ARAGON available from $46 800 and let yourself be carried on the turquoise waters of the Caribbean.