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Celebrating at the 8th Gstaad Yacht Club’s Centenary Trophy

Celebrating at the 8th Gstaad Yacht Club’s Centenary TrophyIn a month’s time, some of the most handsome boats from the classic yachting circuit will reunite again on the Cote d’Azur to fight for the 8th edition of the Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary Trophy and to celebrate some very special anniversaries…The Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary

2020-09-22T16:47:40+02:00September 10th, 2018|

New and old entries for the 8th Gstaad Yacht Club’s Centenary Trophy

New and old entries for the 8th Gstaad Yacht Club’s Centenary TrophyIn two and a half months’ time, some of the most handsome boats from the classic yachting circuit will reunite again on the Cote d’Azur for the 8th edition of the Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary Trophy. Can there be anything more traditional than

2020-09-22T16:47:20+02:00Juli 23rd, 2018|

Tilly XV wins 2017 Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary Trophy

Tilly XV wins 2017 Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary TrophyPhoto-finish may seem an overstatement to define centenarian yachts crossing the finish line. But this is actually what happened in Saint-Tropez where eleven crews, out of twenty entrants, finished the race for the 2017 Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary Trophy, the only sailing trophy reserved to boats

2020-09-22T16:46:53+02:00Oktober 6th, 2017|

Spartan wins 6th Gstaad Yacht Club’s Centenary Trophy at photo finish

Spartan wins 6th Gstaad Yacht Club’s Centenary Trophy at photo finishUSA’s flagged NYYC50 Spartan has won the 6th edition of the Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary Trophy in an exciting photo-finish with 2014 winner Olympian, skippered by Bruno Troublé.The USA-flagged NYYC 50’ class Spartan, dating from 1913, has won the 2016 edition of the Centenary

2020-09-22T16:46:30+02:00September 30th, 2016|

The fifth Gstaad Yacht Club’s Centenary Trophy: an edition to remember

The fifth Gstaad Yacht Club's Centenary Trophy: an edition to rememberThe fifth edition of the Gstaad Yacht Club's Centenary Trophy will be filed in the archives under a tag: challenging. The fifteen one hundred years and more old yachts that went go head-to-head in a pursuit race based on a special handicap system, were

2020-09-22T16:46:08+02:00Oktober 14th, 2015|

“Rookie centenarian” Olympian wins the 4th Gstaad Yacht Club’s Centenary Trophy

“Rookie centenarian” Olympian wins the 4th Gstaad Yacht Club’s Centenary TrophyA gentle breeze, warm sun, blue skies. One couldn’t have asked for better weather conditions for the fourth edition of the Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary Trophy, the true rendez-vous for the oldest boats of the classic yachts circuit and the focal point of classic

2020-09-22T16:45:42+02:00Oktober 3rd, 2014|

Too much wind in Saint Tropez for the Centenarians

Too much wind in Saint Tropez for the CentenariansThe weather conditions, a stiff easterly of around 25 knots and choppy sea, forced the race officials to abandon racing of the 3rd Centenary Trophy, the event organized by the Gstaad Yacht Club together with the Société Nautique de Saint Tropez, gathering centenarian classic yachts, scheduled

2020-09-22T17:10:17+02:00Oktober 4th, 2013|

The Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary Trophy goes to Marigold

The Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary Trophy goes to MarigoldSaint-Tropez, France -  October 4th 2012 - Marigold, cutter designed by Charles Nicholson in 1892 and owned by Richard Allan won the second edition of the Centenary Trophy. The black hulled, UK flagged yacht managed to keep a 15 minutes lead on 2011 title holder Bonafide from

2020-09-22T17:26:11+02:00Oktober 4th, 2012|

The inaugural GYC Centenary Trophy 2011

The inaugural GYC Centenary Trophy 2011This year during “Les Voiles de Saint Tropez“ a new special challenge has been organized, Thursday 29th September, for all classic yachts. Initiated by the Gstaad Yacht Club in cooperation with the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez the Centenary Trophy has been launched as a race for traditional boats aged

2020-09-22T19:01:01+02:00Oktober 1st, 2011|
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