Les Voiles de St.Barth

Race | St. Barth, the Caribbean | April 09-17, 2021 | Skipper: CSM | Boat: Challenger

“This is a rare opportunity to experience one of the Caribbean’s most exclusive sailing events at a great price.”

This year’s edition of Les Voiles de St.Barth is made possible by partnership with Richard Mille watches- which if you have been living under a stone makes it about as high end a regatta as is possible and still have sailors involved.

This event is to sailing what ‘The Burj’ is to hotels.  Yes, it has the same features as any other regatta, start lines, courses, parties but after that the similarities end. The LVSB does everything other sailing events do with just that little more class and that little more panache.

Staying on St. Barth’s is a fantastic opportunity to sample the very best the Caribbean has to offer, however it can be an expensive business for those focused primarily on the sailing however our crews are welcome to stay on the boat during the event cutting accommodation costs entirely.

The opportunity exists therefore to get a rare look at an island and an event that have a reputation for being somewhat out of the common man’s reach all for a reasonable price. You will also get to see and race against some of the most impressive boats in today’s international race circuit up close and personal both on the dock and on the water.

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Boat, captain, what's included and not

What’s included …

  • Food while on the boat
  • Accommodation on the boat once training has begun
  • 2 days of safety training prior to the event
  • Spartan crew shirt to wear onboard & keep
  • Your dockage fees
  • Diesel
  • Damage waiver

… and what’s not included

  • Travel to and from the boat
  • Visa fees (if needed)
  • On land food

Skipper: Chris Stanmore-Major

Chris Stanmore-Major is an extremely experienced sailor and sail training instructor. As of 2019 he has sailed approximately 315,000Nm (the distance to the moon) in yachts ranging from 45′ – 150′. This milage includes two races around the world – once as the skipper of ‘Qingdao’ the Chinese entry in the 2009/10 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race and once solo in 2010/11 in the Velux 5 Oceans Race sailing an IMOCA Open 60 ‘Spartan’ Read more…


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