The St. Thomas International Regatta is etched into every racer’s mind as the “Crown Jewel” of Caribbean racing–where sailors can experience our reliable breezes, warm azure waters.
The St. Thomas International Regatta in the U.S. Virgin Islands is a high point for many yachtsmen and yachtswomen from around the world. Known as the “Crown Jewel of the Caribbean” it represents an opportunity to shake off the winter dust in preparation for a hard summer’s racing. For others, it is a chance to mix sailing and racing with a family vacation in one of the Caribbean’s favourite locations. Whatever the reason, once experienced, the St. Thomas International Regatta becomes an annual mark on the calendar.
Training date: 26th March 2020
St. Thomas Regatta start: 27th March 2020
Approximate finish: 29th March 2020
The St Thomas International Regatta is a quality blend of racing around the islands and Windward/Leeward courses. Racing starts right off the club and nearby finishes get everyone back to shore by late afternoon.
The “STIR” is known for impeccable race committee work, scenic courses and competitive classes. The warm clear waters, beautiful surroundings and excellent competition draw you back year after year.