Les Dames de Saint Tropez

Classic vessels race in the French Côte d’Azur

Trip description

    • Departure: from 4 to 7th of May 2017 in Saint Tropez (France)
    • Price: 1000€ /person
    • Contact person: Andres
    • Phonenumber: +34 605815461

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Discover the charm of Classic Sailboats and enter the competition thought this exclusive regatta. From 4 to 7 May 2017, we will participate in the fourth edition of “Les Dames de Saint Tropez” with the splendid sloop “Yanira”. A unique event where women take the helm of the finest Mediterranean classic sailboats (The 2014 edition gathered 77% of women!).

If you are an active person, a sea lover, and would like to get to know the glamour of classic sailboats and the charm of the Côte d’Azur, don’t miss this opportunity to participate in the Classic sail boat race “Les Dames de Saint Tropez”. Man or woman, even if you have no experience, we look forward to welcoming you on board of “Yanira”. A gaining boat with a professional crew!!

We will be around twenty classic sailing yachts to compete in an intimate and friendly regatta inside the spectacular bay of Saint Tropez.

The “Yanira” classic sloop of 17.85 meters (58 feet), 3.75 meters wide, 2.60 m deep, 22 tonnes and a mat of 22 meters with a Marconi rig will compete against, among others, the “Manitou” boat that won the race in 2013 and “Argyll” sailboat, winner of the 2014 edition!

On land, the program devised by the organization is very festive with the welcome cocktail, the gala evening in a renowned hotel and the awards ceremony.

A perfect weekend both at sea and on land where the atmosphere and good humour are waiting for us!

Get your last minute booking! Places are limited!

The team

An official, exceptional crew of women!

Our boat is going to compete, but not only that… This year we are going to make it to the podium, and therefore we need an exceptional crew!

  • Pilar Pasanau, one of the best oceanic racers of our country, with more than 16.000 nautical miles sailed only in races!
  • Laia Tutzo, Olimpic athlete, 6th place in Pekín 2008, professional sailor of the World Olimpic Cirquit of ISAF en of the Big Boats category of classics races.
  • Silvina Vivó, Expert sailor, crewmember of Pilar and an amazing photographer.
  • Ana Conesa, one of the best bowmen in the classics world, winner of various international races such as the Puig Vela Clàsica and the Copa del Ray – Panerai de Mahón
The boat

Classic sloop “Yanira”


The “Yanira” is a classic sloop of 17.85 meters long, (58 feet), a beam of 3.75 meters, a 2.60 meters draft, weighing 20 tons. Its 22 meters high mast is equipped with a set of sails of Marconi

It is unique in its kind, designed by Bjarne Aas in 1952 under the international rules of  ’12 meter Racing Class’. The Norwegian naval architect was famous for his racing designs, like the series IOD (International One Design).

24 wins up to 2013

Since she started racing in 1984, Yanira has shown that her natural habitat is the competition. Several generations of sailors have been formed in this fast cruiser-racer, great sportsmen and women who have been part of the crew of the Bribón or the legendary Azur de Puig.

Now it’s your turn! 

Price and conditions

Price per person:

    • from May 4th to 7th : 1000

The price includes:

    • Three professional crewmembers
    • Race gear: shirts for every racing day, cap and gloves
    • Food and beverages on board
    • High defenition photoreport
    • Race inscription fees
    • Federation licence
    • Race insurance
    • Fuel expenses
    • Mooring
    • VAT

Price does NOT include:

    • Transport to and from the race
    • Food, drinks and accommodation during the race in Saint Tropez
Life on board

What to pack

It is advised not to pack too many luggage, and if possible, a non-rigid suitcase. The most ideal would be a medium sized sports bag.

  • Shoes with white soles to walk on deck, and flipflops
  • Waterproof sailing gear
  • Warm clothes
  • Bathing suits, towel and multiple shirts
  • Sunscreen, sun caps and sunglasses
  • Toiletries
  • Casual clothing, one or two changes

The life on board

It is very important to maintain order on board, inside (personal items in common areas), on deck (cremes, towels, cameras, etc) and while sailing, to avoid accidents or items going overboard.

  • Try to save drinking water, the tanks are limited and it is preferable to moderate consumption (in the showers) than to have to go refill
  • To use the toilet, specific instructions have to be followed, and paper or any other thing must not be flushed, to avoid clogs.
  • As for the electric consumption; don’t leave any lights on, and charge phones during the day.
  • Try to avoid going on board with shoes from the street, therefore highly recommended to use a light shoe with white soles to avoid bashing your feet onto anything.
  • Eliminate sand from your feet and towels before going in after coming back from the beach.
  • Never enter while being wet, to avoid slips and accidents.
  • Use cremes (such as sunscreen) on top of a towel to avoid the deck from becoming slippery.

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