Yachting Malta Chairman John Huber speaks about yachting and whether Malta can serve as a centre for maritime excellence in an articled featured on Skipper…
Yachting Malta has announced its support towards the classic, 580 nautical mile race, the Trophée Bailli de Suffren. Unique in its historical significance, naval etiquette…
Photos from the start of the Coastal Race which was also the last race of the RMYC Spring Coastal Series which had to be delayed due to Covid-19 pandemic restrictions.
Photo Credit: Yachting Malta / Alex Turnbull
Photos taken as Jonathan Gambin’s Ton Ton Laferla crossed the finish line to claim Line Honours and set the Course Record. He was followed by Aaron Gatt Floridia’s Otra Vez a few minutes later.
Photo Credit: Yachting Malta / Sailing Life
Jonathan Gambin’s Dufour 44 Ton Ton Laferla Insurance was the first boat to cross the finish line of the inaugural Veuve Clicquot Round Linosa Race….
Photo Credit: Yachting Malta / Pavel Images
Photo Credit: Yachting Malta / Sailing Life (Deea Buzdugan)
Allow us to introduce the Veuve Clicquot Round Linosa Trophy!
Commissioned by Yachting Malta and Veuve Clicquot, this trophy is stunning piece of art created by Maltese artist Thomas Scerri.
Born to a ceramicist, Thomas was exposed to art at a very young age. Over the years Thomas has experimented with various materials, and currently focuses mostly on sculpture and lens-based media.
The Veuve Clicquot Round Linosa Trophy is made of steel and stands on a base of Cedar Wood of Lebanon.
The Veuve Clicquot Round Linosa Offshore Race will take place on Saturday 29th May 2021