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Preparations for the 2022 edition of the St Barths Bucket are well underway as it plans for the highly anticipated return of its iconic superyacht regatta. Fabulous trade wind sailing conditions and a breath-taking Caribbean setting make the Bucket unique in the world of yacht racing.
Communications with yacht owners and captains this summer indicate strong participation and a robust fleet, which will deliver terrific class competition. The Corinthian Spirit Class will accept both non-spinnaker and spinnaker entries. This provides the yacht owner with the option of racing with permanent crew without having to commit resources to optimise their yacht. Additionally, it expects to debut the 90 Foot Class next year.
2022 Bucket invitations will be emailed to captains early next month.
The St Barths Bucket is proud of its annual contributions to worthy causes in St Barths. A portion of the yacht owner’s entry fee and all the proceeds from the sale of the popular Bucket posters go to a charity.
For 2020, the entry portion was to be donated to two most worthwhile causes: The Saint Barth Handicap Association and the Galops des Iles Equestrian Center Association. Both are still working to recover from serious damage caused by Hurricane Irma.
Poster sales proceeds will be presented to the Youth Sailing Program at the St Barths Yacht Club (SBYC). SBYC is an active sailing school, and its priority is the youth of St Barths, teaching over 400 children to sail each year.
Limited edition posters are available for sale at Space Gallery St Barth.
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