Ibiza JoySail Partners
STP Shipyard Palma was the starting point for the Offshore regatta from Mallorca to Ibiza.
Best location in Mallorca for refit & repair. 130.000m2 of open slipway with more than 600 industrialists of international prestige in the refit sector.
STP Shipyard Palma is Europe’s leading refit and maintenance facility which, thanks to its open slipway model, is unique in the sector. In the privileged setting of Palma de Mallorca, it offers the best service for vessels of up to 120m in length or 1,000 tonnes in weight.
More than a marina, it’s a lifestyle and it was the venue that hosted the event on the island of Ibiza.
It is a unique tourist and nautical destination in the world. Located in the golden mile of Ibiza town, with moorings for boats up to 100m in length, it offers a mix of gastronomy, luxury shopping and entertainment that no other port in the Med can offer.
Marina Ibiza’s services live up to the expectations of the most demanding clients. It includes a Concierge Service from which they can request anything they need for their stay in Ibiza, even before arriving at the port.
In Collaboration with:
The Club Náutico de Ibiza, the second oldest sailing club in the Balearic Islands founded in 1925, with exhaustive knowledge of the waters of Ibiza & Formentera as a regatta course… and the Real Club Náutico de Palma, one of the most prestigious social and sporting entities in Spain, with tradition and experience in major international sailing events…are Clubs that support the Ibiza Joysail with their technical team.
These, together with the rest of the members of the Ibiza Joysail’s Race Committee, with a long professional career in international regattas and managed by Nacho Postigo, form part of the best technical team that a top-level regatta could have.
Ibiza JoySail is a “SYRA Sanctioned Regatta”.
The SuperYacht Racing Association (SYRA) is a non-profit organisation open to any superyacht owner who participate in regattas or any other superyacht event, with the mission to determine a timely way forward to educate, advise, and inform boat captains and yacht owners regarding onboard safety.
Safe sailing and fair racing are meaningful challenges to the organisers and race committees who manage superyacht regattas. The SYRA was established to address these essential elements and maximize the enjoyment of any participating or prospective superyacht owner.
The ORC rating system does not compare the characteristics of one boat to another; it measures how a racing crew can reach their boat’s theoretical performance potential.
Thanks to the VPP, ORC can calculate the theoretical speeds that a boat should achieve on a given race course in the given conditions.
ORC supports Ibiza JoySail with two representatives in the regatta who assisted participants with any doubt or claim regarding ratings.
The Consell de Ibiza and FECOEV, as a department for the national and international promotion of sporting events of tourist interest, collaborate with the Ibiza Joysail Regatta with the aim of promoting the “Ibiza” brand in events like this one, focused on quality tourism.
The Department of Tourism of Ibiza Town Council, following its policy of supporting sporting events of tourist interest, collaborates with the Ibiza Joysail.
As a Unesco World Heritage City, the Town Hall wants to reach out to the participants by providing them with all the guided tours of the walled city and the emblematic quarters of the city.