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24 Jun 2020
By Hill Robinson

Les Voiles d'Antibes, The best of the best.
For the second consecutive year, Hill Robinson is the main sponsor of this famous regatta, now taking place in September.
The one and only and certainly the best regatta of the 2020 classic circuit will be the 25th anniversary edition of Les Voiles d'Antibes.
Traditionally held in June, but rescheduled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the regatta is the headline event of the 2020 summer season.
Hill Robinson is delighted to continue our support for our favourite regatta. Having had a long established office in Antibes and a close association with Port Vauban, our Teamwork award recognises crew teamwork and safety.
Historically September is a busy month but these new dates, 16 – 20 fit in nicely before the Cannes regatta and Monaco Yacht Show, which should prove the perfect window for many more yachts to join in the regatta experience.
And it’s not too late to enter, so if your summer sailing plans fell short, make the most of the revised dates and enter your yacht into one of the friendliest (but still very competitive) regattas. And of course there will be all the usual camaraderie during the events and music in the Voiles d’Antibes village.

For registration: www.voilesdantibes.com

The Hill Robinson partners will be competing again this year, sailing their own boats, Nick Hill adds: ''Niall and I first met sailing on classic yachts before we started our business and it is immensely satisfying for us to be not only sponsoring this wonderful regatta but sailing our own modest yachts in this event. As our company slogan proudly says, we 'Love the Sea'."

They will be facing some tough competition with over 50 yachts so far registered. Some illustrious names amongst them, Tuiga, Orianda, Hilaria, Il Moro di Venezia I, Kahurangi, Chinook, Ester, Oiseau de Feu, Viola plus many others.

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