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Seven teams from Five Nations Race at Round 2 in St Tropez

Local Team and Round 1 Champions, Give Me Five took the win as the Cape 31 Class descended upon the iconic French Riviera over the Easter weekend. 

Seven teams from five different european countries joined together for a great weekend of racing and socializing. Organized by the Cape 31 Class and Le Societe Nautique de St Tropez, the Regatta was a highlight of the spring season for the class. With its stunning coastal backdrop and world-renowned hospitality, St Tropez provided the perfect setting for the event.

Over the course of the weekend Race Officer Jacques Herry and his race team managed seven great races. With difficult conditions on Saturday and Sunday - Monday was the true winner with four epic races in 10-25 knots. A real challenge for the teams. 

In addition to the thrilling races, attendees enjoyed a host of onshore activities and social events, including drinks and nibbles at the club on friday and a lovely gathering at Chez Armel in Place aux Herbes for Rosé, seafood and opportunities to mingle with fellow competitors.

Give Me Five took the regatta overall with Lennard Van Oeveren’s Motions closely behind him in second. Pascal Feryn’s Solano Rounded off the podium in third. Two corinthian teams on the podium!

"We were thrilled to welcome sailors to St Tropez for the Round Two of the Med Circuit," said Tor Tomlinson Cheney, Class Manager/Event Coordinator. "This event celebrated the spirit of the Cape 31 Class and showcased the beauty of St Tropez as a world-class sailing destination. We look forward to bringing the class back in the future."

Thank you as always to our International Class Partners, Doyle Sails and Quantum Sails for their on going support, it really helps us to continue to provide the circuits worldwide.

The next event will be on the beautiful Island of Porquerolles where eight Cape 31’s will meet again.

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