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September 12, 2020
September 19, 2020

MBY CUP 2020


Total days:8Racing days: 8

Team level

Beginners, Еxperienced

Activity level


Event Language

Russian, English
MBY CUP 2020
About event

Start:21000, Split, Croatia

Finish:21000, Split, Croatia

MBY CUP 2020

Unfortunately, due to the situation with COVID-19, the regatta in 2020 was canceled.

In the middle of the Velvet season on the Adriatic Sea, we invite you to participate in the regatta held by the largest yacht publication in Russia — «Motor Boat & Yachting Magazine Cup». The magazine regularly covers sailing events and writes about the unique experience of participating in world-famous races. The magazine also organizes major yacht exhibitions in Russia — Moscow Yacht Show and St. Petersburg International Boat Show.

The history of the regatta begins in 2013 when the first Hanse Cup races were held. In 2017, the regatta was renamed to MBY CUP. Organizers combine short, dynamic loop racing with tactical route crossings. The average route of the regatta that goes along picturesque shores covered with pine trees and olive groves, is 150 miles.

The regatta fleet is formed of two divisions. The basis for the first division is Hanse 445 monotype sailing yachts. For those who want to race with greater comfort, the organizers added the Gran Turismo division, consisting of Hanse 455 and Hanse 445. Thus, each yachtsman can choose which division to participate in.

The regatta will be held in the traditional format in order to give everyone an opportunity to get what they came for in a week. For professionals — these are racing distances and qualified refereeing, for amateur skippers — the opportunity to compete in the same ranks with professionals, for beginners - a chance to get competitive experience under the guidance of experienced skippers, for those who came to Croatia for the first time — the beauty and history of this country. Every day the participants visit a new island, city or an ancient fortress of Dalmatia.

If you think that autumn sailing on the Adriatic is a good idea — we are waiting for you at the MBY CUP regatta in September!

Events schedule

  • Sep 12, 2020


    Yacht acceptance, the draw

    Split is the second-largest city in the country. Its historical center is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. In the city, you will see both 15th-century buildings and modern concrete and glass buildings. One of the main attractions for travelers is Diocletian’s Palace. With its building, the city was founded back in 305. Now, some buildings have been lost, but the palace continues to attract thousands of tourists.

  • Sep 13, 2020

    Split — Maslenica, 15 miles

    Maslenica is a port and a small village near Zadar. It was founded as early as 1000 years ago but was severely destroyed during the war for independence.

  • Sep 14, 2020

    Maslenica — Vis, 19 miles

    Vis is a small island remote from the mainland. Until recently, it was closed to tourists, because there was a secret Yugoslavian naval base.

    The capital of the island is the city of Vis. Many historical buildings and churches of the 16-17 century have been preserved here.

  • Sep 15, 2020

    Vis — Komiža, 18 miles

    The city of fishermen on the island is Komiža. Here you can always try the freshest fish. The biggest attraction of Komiža is the ancient Venetian tower.

  • Sep 16, 2020

    Komiža — Rogoznica, 32 miles

    Rogoznica is a small but popular town that is most interesting for its port built back in the days of the Venetian Republic. Also, take the time to explore the Old Town.

  • Sep 17, 2020

    Rogoznica — Trogir, 19 miles

    Trogir, founded in the 3rd century BC, is 20 km from Split. Trogir is a city-museum. The historical center is located on an island that is separated from the mainland by a small canal. Here, there are many different churches, towers, palaces, buildings. Most of the population lives on the mainland or on a large island — Ciavo.

  • Sep 18, 2020

    Trogir — Split, 15 miles

    We will come back to Split. Here, there will be a closing ceremony and rewarding of the winners.

  • Sep 19, 2020


    Delivery of yachts, completion of the regatta

    We don’t say goodbye to you but look forward to seeing you at our next regattas!



The regatta starts and ends in Split. We will sail along the route Split — Maslenica — Vis — Komiža — Rogoznica — Trogir — Split.


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