The Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup, a pinnacle of the international racing calendar, frequented by the who’s who of yacht racing, with 2021 set to become one of the best big boat battles to date and Doyle Sails leads the fleet. Porto Cervo, Sardinia provides one of the most spectacular backdrops as the high performance yachts navigate their way through the often challenging conditions. After losing the event last year, we are very pleased to be back for this year’s Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup – in just one week competitors will take to the water for a week of tight racing amongst the top fleet of maxi racing yachts
For close to forty years Doyle Sails has delivered sails to yachts across the globe but it is events like this where the innovation and leadership Doyle Sails shows becomes clear. Where once it was a risk to stray from the known, now it is an opportunity to join an ever growing movement to experience the difference in both people and technology. The Doyle Sails movement is strong, the people have spoken.
Recently launched Baltic 65 Cafe Racer “Pink Gin Verde” will be on the start line for the yachts inaugural regatta, with her super-stylish and sleek looks, she will be hard to miss. The yacht has already demonstrated her ease of use during sea trials and has propelled a new era of sustainability in manufacture to the forefront of our minds. Pink Gin Verde has a complete inventory of Doyle Sails boasting a full quiver of headsails designed to take full advantage of Doyle’s Structured Luff technology.
After an incredibly successful start to the campaign in Newport, Rhode Island. Deep Blue has recently transited to Europe to take on the world’s best at this years regatta. Deep Blue is a sensational Botìn 85 and boasts a complete Doyle Sails inventory utilising Structured Luff technology. Doyle Sails experts David Duff and Rob McMillan sail on board.
No stranger to a high performance yacht race is one of the most successful maxi yachts in the world is Farr 100, “Leopard 3” . Chris Sherlock from Doyle Sails Palma is onboard.
Under new ownership, 100ft Supermaxi ‘Comanche’ is poised to join the fleet after relocating from Australia as the winner of the 2019 Rolex Sydney to Hobart.
As always the Maxi 72 fleet boasts a significant number of Doyle sails throughout the fleet. Perhaps one of the most notable mentions is Hap Fauth’s Bella Mente, who will be looking to secure a high podium finish at this years event. Development of this class is consistent with research, design and innovation continuing each season to deliver sails better than the last. Alongside Bella Mente will be Aragon and Proteus, both with complete Doyle Sails inventories.
Galateia, the Wally 30 and “Wild Joe” RP60 will also be there to make their mark.
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