JoySail joins the racing elite

Further to its third event in 2023, the Ibiza JoySail Superyacht Regatta now features in the calendar of top regattas according to prestigious media partners in the yachting industry. This is a huge milestone in its blossoming career and a sign of the recognition the event has gained within the global superyacht racing community.

Ibiza JoySail, promoted by STP Shipyard Palma and Marina Ibiza, takes place in the breathtaking waters of Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera, and is a thrilling experience for both experienced and amateur sailors as there are various types of categories, ranging from Performance to the more gentile Corinthian. There is no need to change the yacht’s configuration or take on extra crew members or sails.
The chance to race in different categories according to the level of competition sought by each owner, and the wonderful family and friends format to close the summer season in a laid-back atmosphere, are two key factors in the success of the event.
Due to the popularity of the first two races, JoySail became invitation-only in 2023 to make it more exclusive and more desirable, but also so that the organisers could have everything under control and focus on every last detail, which has always been highly appreciated by contestants.
The 2024 event (19th-22nd September) will be full of new developments, with sailing lovers in Ibiza being given the chance to break the race record, currently held by the Swan 115 S/Y Moat. During a 30-day window before the race, participants will be able to set sail at any time, depending on the weather conditions, in an attempt to snatch the record from the Moat team.


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