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St Barth Bucket Regatta 2014

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CAPE ARROW

  • Yacht Type : Charter Sailing Yacht - Racing Yacht
  • Builder : SOUTHERN WIND SHIPYARD
  • Length : 30.2
  • Guests : 8
  • Crew : 4
  • Charter rate : -
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The sailing yacht CAPE ARROW has been designed by the winning collaboration between Farr Yacht Design for the naval architecture and Nauta Design for the general concept, interior design and exterior styling, SW 100 RS is aimed at guests who enjoy the aggressive, sporty lines and open transom of low coachroof profile whilst not compromising the generous interior space of a Deck Saloon version.The absence of the deckhouse, the new design of furniture, a performance package including high modulus carbon mast and PBO has caused over a tone of weight loss. Thanks to this the sailing yacht CAPE ARROW  has achieved a maximum speed of 24 knots.The interior layout of the sailing yacht CAPE ARROW follows the classic Southern Wind Shipyard configuration with the crew area aft consisting of two double cabins, two heads and a galley with separate navigation station. The guest accommodation comprises of two en suite cabins and a double VIP cabin further forward. The master suite is forward of the mast and is accessible through the study and includes a vanity desk and en suite bathroom.The large, well lit, saloon features a comfortable conversation area on the starboard and the dining area on the port side. By lowering the saloon on the SW 100 RS of CAPE ARROW, the living area has widened achieving a single open space with an adjacent study.  The use of light colored fabrics and contrasting teak furniture, gives the impression of larger interior space.This new Southern Wind Shipyard sailing yacht CAPE ARROW is a very elegant performance sailing yacht, with modern lines and design, perfect for luxury yacht charters or racing charters. 

 

Saint-Barths Bucket Regatta 2010 was yet another watershed year for the St. Barths Bucket. With a record 39 yachts on the race course and 1200+ crew and participants, this circus set its tents at the St. Barths waterfront and with full hospitality from friends on the Island, let the party roll! The 2010 Superyacht Safety Protocol, was tested and further refi ned with input from the fl eet. The overall winner of the 2010 St. Barths Bucket was the J Class Sloop, RANGER.

 

As the Bucket Regattas have evolved, the organizers have kept a tight focus on maintaining the original, non-commercial flavor of the event.  Sponsorship is funded exclusively from the Marine Industry.  The major shipyards, Perini Navi, Royal Huisman Shipyard, Alloy Yachts, Holland Jachtbouw and Vitter’s Shipyard have been particularly generous in their sponsorship of the event.  The clear understanding between the Bucket Race Committee and all sponsors is that these Regattas present a magnificent opportunity for networking within the fleet.  They are explicitly not, an opportunity for overt marketing.  The instruction to the sponsors is that if they need to explain the difference to their representatives, then they are sending the wrong people.

The primary reason for the success of the Bucket Regattas is that the emphasis is more upon wholesome fun than about winning. The stated goal is to “win the party”.  The omnipresent, over riding conundrum for the Bucket Raced Committee is to convince the most competitive owners on planet  (demonstrated by the fact that they own these things in the first place) that winning isn’t important!! 

WEDNESDAY, 26 March

1700 – 1830

SYRA Annual General Meeting (Location TBA)

 

THURSDAY, 27 March

0900 – 1000

Racing Rules Review (Location TBA)

0900 – 1700

RACE OFFICE OPEN / REGISTRATION at the Bucket Marquee (BMQ)

1700 – 1730

CAPTAINS’ BRIEFING (BMQ)

Maximum 4 per yacht (mandatory for Captain, Safety Officer & Racing Tactician)

1730 – 1800

ISYR Briefing for yachts new to the handicap rule (2nd Floor Capitainerie)

1830

BUCKET BAR OPEN (BMQ)

1900 – 2100

FLEET WELCOMING PARTY (BMQ)

Cocktails / Hors d ’Oeuvres / Music

1900 – 2100

OWNERS’ RECEPTION - Invitation Only (Location TBA)

 

FRIDAY, 28 March

0800 – 1800

RACE OFFICE OPEN (BMQ)

Media Registration / Log and GPS drop off post racing

0830 – 0900

PRE-RACE BRIEFING (BMQ - Stage)

Mandatory for Captain, Racing Tactician and Safety Officer

1100

FIRST SIGNAL – RACE 1

1900 - 1910

DAILY AWARDS PRESENTATION

1900 – 2130

DOCK PARTY & FLEET OPEN HOUSE (BMQ) Details TBA

 

SATURDAY, 29 March

0800 – 1800

RACE OFFICE OPEN (BMQ)

Media Registration / Log and GPS drop off post racing

0830 - 0900

PRE-RACE BRIEFING (BMQ - Stage)

Mandatory for Captain, Racing Tactician and Safety Officer

1100

FIRST SIGNAL – RACE 2

1900 - 1910

Daily Awards Presentation

1900 – 2330

BUCKET BASH (BMQ) Details TBA

 

SUNDAY, 30 March

0800 – 1800

RACE OFFICE OPEN (BMQ)

Media Registration / Log, GPS and Pantaenius laser rangefinder drop off post racing

0830 – 0900  

PRE-RACE BRIEFING (BMQ - Stage)

Mandatory for Captain, Racing Tactician and Safety Officer

1100 

FIRST SIGNAL – RACE 3

1830 – 2100 

FINAL AWARDS CEREMONY & COCKTAIL PARTY Details TBA