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[CANCELED] Europa Cup Malta
Sat 19th December 2020 - Tue 22nd December 2020
Malta, Mellieha Bay

Regatta Informations

This regatta will be organized by the Malta Young Sailors Club.

Sailors wishing to enter must first complete an application form.

Entry Fee100.00€ (EUR)Late Entry Fee125.00€ (EUR)Entry Closing DateTue 15th of December
Entry Address
Race office openingTBA Race office closing TBA
First RaceSat 19th of December , 0:00Last RaceTue 22nd of December , 0:00 N° of Races8
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Insurance Requirements

Club Details

Malta Young Sailors Club, PO Box 15, Malta Malta


About Mellieha Bay, Malta

The regatta will be run of one of Malta's largest beaches in the north of the island Mellieha Bay

The local restaurants on the beach and has facilities for catering, toilets and showers.


Weather conditions:


December daytime temperatures usually reach 17°C in Mellieha Bay in December, falling to 11°C at night. The average sea temperature around Mellieha Bay in December is 18°C. The winds are cold at times when blowing from the north, and can get quite gusty. The average wind speeds are around 16 knots with some windier days seeing up to 22 knots of winds.

Local Tourist Information

Mellieha is one of the northernmost village of main island Malta and overlooks Malta’s largest sandy beach called Mellieha Bay. The villagers a lovely character and picturesque scenes that provide you with a view of life in Malta as well as offering you all amenities for a comfortable holiday. It’s just a 5 to 10 minute drive away from Cirkewwa, where you can easily hop on the ferries to to Gozo and Comino sister islands. Mellieha also has a lot of splendid seaside hotels, good restaurants and many traditional souvenir shops. Surrounding the village are a number of well-known natural getaways that are popular with the locals. Do you fancy a walk in the woodland at il-Mizieb or along the rugged coast at Marfa Ridge, Salmon, on the other hand, offers three picturesque walks to the beach and the rocky coast at St Paul’s Island, while the old army barracks are great for sunrise with a breathtaking view.


For more information on accommodation, please consult this link:


Driving directions:


In Malta and Gozo, driving is on the left. There are speed limits of 80km/h on the open road and 50 km/h in built-up areas, unless otherwise indicated on relevant road signs. National or international driving licences are accepted like any other European Union country.

Charter Boats Information

30 Charter boats available