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July 21, 2024
July 26, 2024

Rodos Cup 2024


Total days:6Racing days: 6

Team level

Beginners, Еxperienced

Activity level


Event Language

Russian, English
Rodos Cup 2024
About event

Start:Kos 853 00, Greece

Finish:Rhodes, Greece

Rodos Cup 2024

For over 20 years, the Rodos Cup regatta has been held by the Rhodes Yacht Club. It began as a «family» regatta of 12 crews, and now more than 100 teams take part in it every year. This race is very exciting because of the large number of crews. You can check the level of your team and evaluate your qualities as a yachtsman, competing with many other crews from different countries. The level of your preparation is not important! You can learn the basics of yachting under the guidance of an experienced skipper.

The regatta attracts not only with the competitive races and high-class rivals but also with the beautiful route. The race traditionally starts on the island of Kos and finishes on Rhodes. Yachts pass along the most beautiful islands of the Dodecanese archipelago — Kos, Kalymnos, Nisiris, Symi, Rhodes.

The program, in addition to racing, includes dinners at coastal restaurants, parties, and one day of relaxation with an excursion, during which you can see the sights, buy souvenirs or simply sunbathe on the magnificent beach. The final award ceremony of the Rodos Cup takes place at the Rhodes casino.

Vacations in Greece are always a good idea, and competitions in one of the best water areas in the world will be at the top of the list of your favorite yachting races.

Events schedule

  • Jul 21, 2024

    The start of the regatta on the island of Kos, Kos Marina.


    Opening ceremony

    We will start at the island of Kos

    It is not by accident that the island of Kos is called the "Garden of the Aegean Sea". The nature and landscapes here are very diverse. Here you will find Mediterranean seals, pink flamingos and even Caretta-Caretta turtles, which are listed in the Red Book of Endangered Species. Kos also has many historical monuments and clean beaches.

    In addition to relaxing on the beach, tourists can also visit historical sites. For example, Asclepeion is a temple complex, which consists of three terraces descending along the slopes of the mountains. They are connected by a staircase. They say that Hippocrates himself studied at the school of medicine at this temple. There is also the Hippocrates Museum in Kos.

    There are also mosques on the island which were left from the years spent under the Turkish rule. The Defterdar Mosque and the 18th-century Haji Hassan Mosque were preserved in the island's capital.

    The beaches here are diverse - pebble and sandy, with white, gold and black sand.

  • Jul 22, 2024

    1st race: Kos – Kalimnos

  • Jul 23, 2024

    2nd race: Tilos – Nisyros

    We will sail to Nisyros

  • Jul 24, 2024

    Freeday in Tilos

  • Jul 25, 2024

    3rd race: Tilos – Symi

    The island of Symi is famous for the craftsmen who build luxury yachts and create altars for churches. Symi has over 200 churches and cathedrals. The island also attracts beach lovers with a well-developed infrastructure.

  • Jul 26, 2024

    4th race: Symi – Rhodes

    Closing ceremony

    The island of Rhodes is rich in archaeological artifacts, which make the island of great value not only for Greece, but also for the whole world. Rhodes also has stunning nature - lush trees, beautiful bays, and unusual plants.

    The capital of the island is the city of Rhodes. The medieval city is surrounded by ancient walls. In ancient times, Rhodes was called the "island of the knights." Many streets have retained their medieval appearance. Here you will find the Palace of the Grand Masters of the Order of St. John with expensive furniture and interior items from different eras.

    Other cities of the island are modern resorts with an active nightlife and modern infrastructure.

    Another wonderful place in Rhodes is the Valley of the Butterflies. The Petaloudes Valley is located southeast of the Theogolos Peninsula. Besides the fact that the valley itself is beautiful with waterfalls, streams and emerald greenery, it was also chosen by butterflies, which fly upward as a person comes closer. This is a truly spectacular sight!



The regatta starts on the island of Kos, goes along the islands of Kalymnos, Nisiris and Symi and finishes on the island of Rhodes.


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