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September 26, 2020
October 3, 2020

Ocean Medi Cup regatta


Total days:8Racing days: 8

Team level

Beginners, Еxperienced

Activity level


Event Language

Russian, English
Ocean Medi Cup regatta
About event

Start:Nord de Palma District, Balearic Islands, Spain

Finish:Nord de Palma District, Balearic Islands, Spain

Ocean Medi Cup regatta

The Ocean Medi Cup regatta is held by Russia’s first television channel about the water body OCEAN-TV. In 2020, the regatta will be held on the island of Mallorca — one of the Balearic Islands.

Every year, races are held on different monotype yachts. In 2020, such a yacht will be the Sun Odyssey 519.

The regatta cup is held by the winning team for a year until the next regatta. The names of all the winners of the Ocean Medi Cup regattas are engraved on the cup.

At the Ocean Medi Cup, you will never be bored. Every day, you will sail to new interesting places. From morning to evening, there will be the crew of the Fun Boat with a DJ following the competing yachts. Many interesting events are held for participants: photo and video courses, discos, culinary competitions, an open-air cinema, etc.

Welcome to the friendliest and most fun regatta — Ocean Medi Cup! Yachtsmen with any level of preparation can participate, the most important is the desire to be a part of the team and contribute to victory.

Events schedule

  • Sep 26, 2020

    Gathering at the marina of Palma de Mallorca

    Palma de Mallorca is a large metropolitan city with a long promenade and fantastic architectural sight. Palma was a rich city at the beginning of the 20th century, the second architect of Barcelona after Gaudi, Lluis Domenech i Montaner, worked there, and of course, it will be interesting to look at his creations: the magnificent Almudaina Palace, Bellver Castle, La Seu Cathedral.

  • Sep 27, 2020

    Palma de Mallorca — Cabrera Island

    Cabrera is an uninhabited island located near Mallorca. It can only be reached by boat. The island itself and the water surrounding it are a protected area. On the island, there is a WC, a local bar, an administration and police office, and one hostel. And untouched nature! More than 100 species of birds, more than 200 species of fish, many different plants and crowds of lizards live here! And there are absolutely fantastic postcard views! It’s impossible not to fall in love with Cabrera. And we will offer the participants a coastal program — a quest!

  • Sep 28, 2020

    Cabrera Island — Portocolom

    This is an Incredibly beautiful fishing village. The population is only 770 people. Along the entire village there is a beautiful hiking trail, charming fishing boats with garages which are located on the ground floor of the house and you step out from them directly into the water. Here, there is a lighthouse on a steep rock. Fishing boats bring their catch here, so we will have dinner with the freshest fish on the island!

  • Sep 29, 2020

    Portocolom — Port de Campo

    Cala Ratjada is a resort on the northeast coast of Mallorca. There is a long promenade with all kinds of cafes and cozy restaurants. The main attraction of the city is the lighthouse. It offers magnificent views of the sea and the surrounding area.

  • Sep 30, 2020

    Cala Ratjada — Port D’Alcudia

    Here there is the largest beach in Mallorca, which stretches for 10 km.

  • Oct 1, 2020

    Port D’Alcudia — Port de Soller

    Port de Soller is a natural harbor located in the Sierra de Tramontana mountains, in the town of Soller, on the west coast of Mallorca.

    The yacht marina has 465 places for yachts up to 15 meters long with a draft of up to 3 meters. There are yacht repair facilities and maintenance services, including a 12-ton crane, a workshop, a sewage collection point, a gas station, and others. In addition, the marina has a slip for those who travel with light boats on trailers.

  • Oct 2, 2020

    Port de Soller — Palma de Mallorca

    The finish of the regatta

  • Oct 3, 2020

    Going home



The regatta starts in the city of Palma. Then we’ll sail along the route Cabrera Island — Portocolom — Cala Ratjada — Port D’Alcudia — Port e Soller. We will finish the regatta in the city of Palma.


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