33rd AMERICA'S CUP
We have confirmation from the America's Cup port for the dates of the competition for the
33rd America´s Cup, Alinghi vs BMW Oracle
Confirmed Race schedule:
8th February – Windward-leeward 20 miles
10th February – Triangle 39 miles
12th February – Windward-leeward 20 miles
(From 15th to 25th February –reserve days)
Due to the speed of the Americas Cup Teams and the distances of the courses, We are only recommending these vessels below, due to their comfort and most importantly their ability in speed to try and keep up with teams as much as possible. Not to mention the possible weather conditions.
Harold Bennett and Niccolo Porzio are the people responsible for the regatta course for the 33rd Americas Cup and have two main important concerns: whether the races will be able to be staged on February 8, 10 and 12 due to the weather conditions, and the security of the craft that go to sea to witness the duel between the two huge trimarans. They have issued a very stern warning: This edition of the Americas Cup bears no relationship whatsoever with the previous edition that was far more accessible and took place in the summer, and the nearest buoy to be rounded will be at least five nautical miles from the coast. Mr Porzio added We must warn the spectators that those who set out to sea to ,witness the races must be prepared for the conditions that they will meet. The buoys will be at least thirty nautical miles from the coast and this is a considerable distance and if people do not have the necessary equipment or experience to cope with these conditions, it is better and far safer that they remain at home and watch in on television. Those who do take to the seas must be prepared to sail at least one hundred nautical miles : thirty to get to the course and thirty to return and will have to navigate a lot in order to follow the two trimarans, and we expect that the final distance to be covered by these private craft is about one hundred nautical miles, or the equivalent of the distance between Valencia and Ibiza, and conditions at sea will not be the same as they are during the summer. The organisation also revealed that the umpire boats for these races will number eleven, as opposed to 63 for the previous edition, and people are welcome to put to sea and observe close to the various buoys, but this is undertaken at their own risk. The Guardia Civil will be responsible for overall security on the water, and the Corps has refused to give any details of how the security operation will be mounted. Mr Bennett also revealed that the race area will be revealed at 6:30 in the morning of the competitions, and the Notice of Race filed at 10 am as the two craft will have to sail thirty nautical miles to get to the course, and that the course will remain the same throughout the three days, but racing will be suspended if the wind exceeds 25 degrees
The Foredeck Club – “Veles e Vents”
'The Official Americas Cup Hospitality'
Highly popular during the 32nd America’s Cup, the Foredeck Club in
the Veles e Vents building is again in the heart and “epicentre” of the
The Official Foredeck Club
Hospitality Day Pass
Price Per Person - Foredeck Club - Day Pass - 580 Euro + Tax
Foredeck Club Restaurant - Evening AC Dinner
table for 10 PAX: price to be announced
table for 6 PAX: price to be announced
- Exclusive Dinner from 8pm to midnight
in the Foredeck Restaurant of the Veles e Vents building
Special fixed menu offers.
The Chef is a well known Spanish Star-Chef.
- America‘s Cup Content: Special AC features provided for the guests to make it a special
All offers are subject to possible changes depending in the final layout of the
America’s Cup match. Final confirmations of bookings are subject to contract.
The Ultimate VIP spectator boats available
We advise to confirm your place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Ultimate Sailing Catamaran Marine World for Spectators:
To see the start of the races:
This is one of the largest catamarans available for spectators,
We raise our glasses and make a toast with our friends whilst enjoying this very special moment.
1st Exit from the Dock 08:00 hours until the 11:00 hours.
Price: adults 240€, children of 7 to 14 years, 130€
This includes: breakfast: White coffee, or chocolate, juice of orange and baker's shop. Or Afternoon session Bocadillo and refreshments
2nd Exit at 11:00 hours until the 14:00 hours.
Price: adults 250€, children of 7 to 14 years, 135€
This includes: - Navigation to the regatta area by the Bay of Valencia in the zone of regattas up to 3 miles of the coast. The exit or the arrival of the boats of the America Cup which will be able to be seen. - glass of wine, sandwich to choose between potato tortilla and mountain ham, accompanied by snacks and olives.
- FULL DAY PACKAGE: Attendance complete day (2 exits)
Price adult 375€, children of 7 to 14 years, 200€
Out port: Juan Carlos I Marina Exits days 8, 10 and 12 of February (deferrable by postponement) Conditions of cancellation: If regattas were postponed when the boats have left the port, the money will not be given back. In this case they will be able to have a discount of 50% in following regatta. In case the suspension is well-known prior to the time of departure of the port, the entrance for the following day of regattas will keep (according to availability) or the money will be given back.
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Powerboats F1 - Hustler 388 SLINGSHOT
If you really want to follow the two teams around the course then this is it. Available exclusively for Media to capture that ultimate moment, or 5 Very lucky VIPs guaranteed to get you right where the action is, all the way around the course, (where possible.)
PRICE: 10,000 € FOR THE DAY + Tax / Fuel
(MAXIMUM 5 GUESTS AT A TIME)
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Small Commercial vessel certificate -
Permitted area of operation: Catagory 3: Upto 20 miles from the safe haven.
Princess V65 - V55 - V52
Exclusive Charter for the Americas Cup Dates
(Upto 10 guests on each craft)
Price per day is 6,500 Euro
(Tapas, Wine and champagne)
Price 2 days 11,500 Euro + Iva (8th & 10th)
Price 3 days 15,000 Euros + Iva (8th, 10th, 12th)
PERMITTED AREA OF OPERATION LIMITED
2010 33rd AMERICAS CUP
We have organized some VIP Ribs to be available for this once in a lifetime experience.
'These Ribs will allow you to go out with the teams from the Port and then follow them back in.'
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Book early to avoid disappointment.
MORE TO FOLLOW ONCE WE RECIEVE THE RELEVANT INFORMATION FROM THE OWNERS
33rd AMERICAS CUP HOSPITALITY
2 NIGHTS 3 DAYS ON AN EXCLUSIVE CATAMARAN
TAILOR MAKE YOUR 33RD AMERICAS CUP EXPERIENCE
INDIVIDUAL SPECTATOR BOAT TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE
TEAM HOSPITALITY PACKAGES
Don't take our word for it, see for yourself.!
From the 32nd America's Cup Final