20 Yachts entered for the America's Cup Superyacht Regatta
Entered Yachts

The list of yachts entered for the 2017 America's Cup Superyacht Regatta are named below:

Action, 37m, Royal Huisman

Audrey II, 31m, Jongert

Bequia, 27m, Brooklin Boat Yard

Columbia, 43m, Eastern Shipbuilding

Hanuman, 42m, Royal Huisman

Highland Fling 15, 35m Nautor's Swan

Hyperion, 48m, Royal Huisman

Leopard 3, 30.48m, McConaghy Boats

Lionheart, 43.4m, Claasen Jachtbouw

Maltese Falcon, 88m, Perini Navi

Meteor, 52m, Royal Huisman

Ranger, 42m, Danish Yachts

Rebecca, 42.43m, Pendennis Shipyard

Silver Spray, 33.5m, Smit P

Sojana, 35m, Green Marine

Svea, 43.6m, Vitters Shipyard

Topaz, 43m, Holland Jachtbouw

Velsheda, 39m, Camper & Nicholsons

Visione, 44.8m, Baltic Yachts

Wild Horses, 23.2m, W-Class™Racing Yachts

Audrey II

Audrey II was built in 1994 by Jongert and at 31 metres LOA she has a maximum speed of 11.5 knots. Her naval architecture is the work of Jongert Naval Design Team, and interior design by John Munford. Audrey II will race for the 2017 America's Cup Superyacht Regatta Trophy.


Bequia was built by Brooklin Boat Yard and returns to the Boat International Media circuit after finishing first in her class in the 2013 Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta. The elegant and sleek styling is the work of Stephens Waring & White who added custom features which we look forward to seeing in Bermuda.


This steel-hulled schooner is a replica of the famous 1923 classic Gloucester fishing schooner Columbia. At an impressive length of 43 metres this expedition sailing yacht is the first of two identical hulls by Eastern Shipbuilding. The original sailing yacht was designed by renowned designer Starling Burgess, and the new and modernised Columbia was built from Burgess’ original line drawings that were adapted for steel construction by Boston-based naval architects Gilbert Associates.


After completing the rebuilds of other J’s including Endeavourand Velsheda, Dykstra Naval Architects took on the beautiful 42 metre Hanuman_. Royal Huisman’s designers and architects worked to ensure that all systems are accessible and serviceable, as well as creating the optimum mast and sail configuration which we look forward to seeing at the America’s Cup Superyacht Regatta.

Highland Fling 15

Built by Finish shipyard Nautor’s Swan, this impressive yacht is more than capable of confronting the burden of regatta racing. The luxury design is the work of German Frers, giving a sophisticated look to the exterior. At 35 metres, and launched in 2016, we look forward to seeing Highland Fling 15 racing for the America's Cup Superyacht Regatta Trophy.


Built by Royal Huisman in 1998, Hyperion exudes exceptional style, quality and luxury. Having competed in some of the world’s most prestigious superyacht races she simultaneously demonstrates high performance and comfort, therefore we have a lot to look forward to during the three days of racing in Bermuda. At the time of design and construction, designed by German Frers, Hyperion was the largest sloop ever built with her 59 metre carbon-fibre mast being the tallest.

Leopard 3

Built by McConaghy Boats, this 30 metre racing sailing yacht is one of the world’s fastest superyachts. A combination of both style and performance, Leopard 3 has been provided with a platform for exceptional speed whilst maintaining her luxurious appeal.

Designed by Farr Yacht Design, Leopard 3 has an exceptional racing reputation, and will be racing in the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous in March before heading to Bermuda to compete once again.


Lionheart successfully combines comfort and outstanding looks with breathtaking sailing. This 43.4 metre sailing yacht is an exceptional addition to the J Class fleet and has brought a new approach to many aspects of  J Class design replication. Built to a Hoek design at Claasen Jachtbouw, this beauty will join the rest of the J Class yachts to battle it out at the America’s Cup Superyacht Regatta.

Maltese Falcon

Maltese Falcon is an iconic three-masted schooner built by Perini Navi and is one of the largest sailing yacht in the world at 88 metres. Her Falcon Rig is made up of three unstayed, 'weapons-grade' carbon fibre masts, with a fully computerised sail and rotating mast system thanks to Perini Navi and Dykstra Naval Architects. The system has been dubbed a triumph of design, development and engineering and Maltese Falcon has topped an impressive 24 knots under sail.


Motor Yacht


Couach Yachts |  37 m |  12 guests |  €3,500,000
Motor Yacht


Heesen Yachts |  55 m |  12 guests |  €26,000,000
Motor Yacht


Azimut |  34.4 m |  12 guests |  $11,500,000