The Vallarta Cup Race Series is back and better than ever! About 20 sailboats will participate in this year’s series of races, which not only serve as competition but also inspire moments of camaraderie among the assistants thanks to the traditional Saturday theme parties held after every race at the Vallarta Yacht Club in Nuevo Vallarta.
This year’s race series will take place on January 15, 16, 22, and 23. So mark your calendars and don’t miss out on all the fun!
What to Expect at the Race Series
The Vallarta Cup Race Series is a series of races that take place in Nuevo Vallarta. Sailboats from all over come to compete in this prestigious race series. Not only is it a great opportunity to see some amazing sailing, but it’s also a great opportunity to socialize and have some fun! There are usually theme parties held after every race at the Vallarta Yacht Club. So even if you’re not into sailing, you can still come and enjoy the party!
Why You Should Come to the Vallarta Cup Race Series
Even if you’re not into sailing, you should still come and check out the race series! It’s a great opportunity to watch some talented sailors in action and also to meet new people. The atmosphere is always electric and there’s always something going on. Trust us, you won’t be bored! And who knows, maybe you’ll even get bitten by the sailing bug! 😉
So, there you have it! The Vallarta Cup Race Series is back and better than ever. If you’re looking for something fun to do in Nuevo Vallarta, be sure to come and check it out! We promise you won’t be disappointed. 🙂
The Vallarta Cup Race Series – A Brief History
The Vallarta Cup Race Series is an annual event that takes place in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. It is a series of races that consists of three races: the El Galeon race, the Puerto Vallarta to Banderas Bay race, and the Banderas Bay Regatta. The event takes place every year in February and attracts participants from all over the world.
The Vallarta Cup Race Series was first held in February of 1992 with just six boats competing in the El Galeon race. Since then, the event has grown to attract over one hundred boats and more than two thousand participants from all over the world. The Puerto Vallarta to Banderas Bay race is now one of the most popular races in Mexico and the Banderas Bay Regatta is one of the most popular regattas in the world.
The El Galeon race is a long-distance race that starts in Puerto Vallarta and ends in Banderas Bay. It is named after the Spanish galleon that sank in Banderas Bay in 1683. The Puerto Vallarta to Banderas Bay race is a shorter distance race that starts and ends in Puerto Vallarta. The Banderas Bay Regatta is a series of short-distance races that take place within Banderas Bay.
The courses for all three races are designed to challenge even the most experienced sailors. El Galeon race course takes sailors through some of the most beautiful and treacherous waters in Mexico. The Puerto Vallarta to Banderas Bay race course takes sailors around Isla Grande, a large island off the coast of Puerto Vallarta, and through Los Corales, a dangerous channel with strong currents and reefs. The Banderas Bay Regatta course takes sailors through all different types of conditions, from calm waters to rough seas.