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EurILCA Master Malta
Fri 18th March 2022 - Sun 20th March 2022
Malta, Ta Xbiex

Regatta Informations

This regatta will be organized by the Royal Malta Yacht Club.

Entry Fee100.00€ (EUR)Late Entry Fee125.00€ (EUR)Entry Closing DateSat 12th of March
Entry Address

https://sites.google.com/view/rmyc-racing/races/2022/yachting-malta-eurilca-master-series?authuser=0

Race office openingThu 17th of March , 9:30 Race office closing Sun 20th of March , 18:00
First RaceFri 18th of March , 12:00Last RaceSun 20th of March , 16:00 N° of Races6
Social events

Regatta Dinner

Insurance Requirements

All competitors shall be insured with valid third party liability insurance with a minimum cover of € 2,000,000 (2 million Euros) per event or equivalent there of in any other currency.

Club Details

Royal Malta Yacht Club, Ta' Xbiex Seafront, XBX Malta

Email: info@rmyc.org
Tel: +356 2133 3109

About Ta Xbiex, Malta

The Royal Malta Yacht Club is a modern yacht club with facilities you would expect at the Royal Club (changing rooms, showers, toilets, bar and restaurant along with outside terraces and a rooftop events area). The RMYC was refurbished in 2021 improving the dining and social facilities available. The local ILCA Dealer is Gauci Borda & Co Ltd https://gauciborda.com They carry a reasonable range of stock of ILCA parts, but if you would like anything a bit out of the ordinary, you’re better to email them first.

 

The yacht club has one large slipway which can take two boats at a time launching and recovery.

 

The typically Mediterranean weather is mild year-round with daytime temperatures around 16° falling to 9° in the evenings. The average sea temperatures at its annual low of 16ºC, while humidity's low and ranges from around 60% to the mid 90s. Average rainfall drops to 63mm across 12 rainy days. The average windspeed in February is 16 kn but can get up to as much as 20 kn on windy days.

Local Tourist Information

Please see the Malta Tourism Authority website https://www.visitmalta.com/en/home

Valletta is known for its museums, palaces, grand churches and one of the best views in Europe that of Grand Harbour. Baroque landmarks include St. John’s Co-Cathedral, whose opulent interior is home to the Caravaggio masterpiece "The Beheading of Saint John.” The whole city is a World Heritage Site recognised by UNESCO.

https://www.visitmalta.com/en/covid-19

Accommodation

We would recommend that you look for a hotel in Sliema, which is one of the central tourist districts with good shopping, restaurants etc. The hotels we use are in the ST Hotel Group the Bayview Hotel, Sliema Hotel, Azur Hotel and the Blubay.

We have a special rate for this Regatta in the Azur Hotel when entering us for more details? The hotels all are in the town of Sliema and within walking distance of the Yacht Club. There are some lovely boutique hotels in Valletta, and there is the Grand Hotel Excelsior just opposite the Yacht Club. If you plan to stay there, we can pick up by RIB each morning. There are some excellent deals on Airbnb in the Ta' Xbiex, Gzira and Sliema neighbourhoods

Transport

Malta is quite a small island and there should be no need to hire a car. There is good affordable public transport and a wide range of affordable taxi companies to get people around. Malta drives on the left-hand side of the road, the same as the Cyprus, United Kingdom and Ireland.

Charter Boats Information

The local ILCA Dealer is Gauci Borda & Co Ltd https://qauciborda com They carry a reasonable range of stock of ILCA parts, but if you would like anything a bit out of the ordinary, you’re better to email them first.

 

30 boats

Charter fee:

450 euro

SailCoach info@sailcoach.com