52 Super Series date and venues published

52 Super Series date and venues published

52 Super Series date and venues published


10/07/2024 - 12:00

By popular demand the 2025 52 SUPER SERIES returns to two venues which were new to the circuit in 2022 and 2023. They are followed by an overdue visit to Cascais, Portugal for the third event, the Rolex TP52 World Championship, the fourth is hosted by the ever popular Puerto Portals in late  August before a long anticipated return to the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in Porto Cervo for the season’s finale in September.

Saint Tropez, France (29th April – 4th May) The five event season will open on the glamorous French Riviera as the circuit is welcomed back to Saint Tropez. When we started an amazing 2023 season there, Saint Tropez proved truly enchanting ashore. With the race fleet drawing all the attention at the heart of the Vieux Port long before it gets too busy, the teams enjoyed the quiet charm of an historic, glamorous waterfront which never goes out of fashion. And on the water the race area on the Bay of Saint Tropez delivered a welcome array of early season breezes and a plentiful supply of sunshine.

Baiona, Spain (3rd-8th June) The welcome we enjoyed in rugged, beautiful Galicia when we visited in early 2022 was second to none as we brought top level grand prix inshore racing back to the NW corner of Spain. The luminous, verdant backdrop is such a sharp contrast to high summer in the Mediterranean. The racing waters in the Atlantic offer a mix of flat water with moderate winds whilst the afterguards enjoyed the new and different challenges of racing somewhere less well known. Ashore it is unpretentious and gently low key, an ambience which is really cherished by the teams who love the chance to race somewhere different.

Cascais, Portugal (1st to 6th July) Long, long awaited….Cascais how we have missed you! The big winds and Atlantic waves are where the TP52 fleet really is at home. And where better to test the teams to the max for the 2025 Rolex TP52 World Championship? July is high summer but should see a good range of winds, between the sea breezes and the Portuguese trade winds blowing in off the Atlantic. And Cascais has delivered some of the most memorable Rolex TP52 World Championship racing in the history of the 52 SUPER SERIES

Puerto Portals, Mallorca, Spain (19th-24th August) No season is complete without a visit to the Bay of Palma and the reliable sea breezes which are known and enjoyed by all the teams. The facilities ashore are second to none, Puerto Portals Marina lay on a special welcome every year and love hosting the circuit whilst the self contained sailors’ lounge is an oasis of chilled out calm until after racing  when it’s time to relive the day….

Porto Cervo, Sardina, Italy (22nd – 27th September) The season finale will be hosted on the stunning waters on Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda, well known to so many teams on the 52 SUPER SERIES. The magnificent Yacht Club Costa Smeralda is the last word in quiet, exclusive sophistication whilst the surrounding scenery is nothing short of stunning. And Sardinia is the perfect place finish the season.

“As ever we have listened to our owners and teams and so we are very excited to be going back to locations which proved to be a big hit when we first raced there during the last couple of years. After 13 years of success we very much know what our teams want and over the 2025 season there should be a perfect mix as we see the circuit continue to go from strength to strength.” Enthuses Agustin Zuleta, CEO of the 52 SUPER SERIES.

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