18 yachts already registered for the 2017 Loro Piana Caribbean Regatta


Danneskjold (ex-Liara) is a 32 metre Southern Ocean Marine yacht, designed by Dixon Yacht Design, and is a newcomer to the Loro Piana Regattas.

With a new owner and a new name, we are sure to see some action from Danneskjold in the Caribbean.

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Southern Ocean Marine   32 m •   2009


Ganesha is a regular competitor of the Loro Piana regattas and has also had the honour of winning best sailing yacht over 40 metres at the 2014 World Superyacht Awards.

The 46 metre Vitters sailing yacht Ganesha was launched in 2013 and has an impressive 62 metre Southern Spars carbon mast. The luxury exterior design is the work of Dubois, and the interior by Newcruise, with the purpose of creating an elegant atmosphere.

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Vitters   46 m •   2013

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.

Launched in 2016, this yacht will be one to watch in the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous.

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Nautor Swan   35.2 m •   2016


Nilaya came out on top in the last Loro Piana Caribbean Regatta & Rendezvous, beating rival Inoui to become 2016’s winner.

This 34 metre sailing yacht was built by Baltic Yachts and designed by Reichel Pugh. She delivers high performance for her size with all the pedigree of a stripped-out racer.

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Baltic Yachts   34.13 m •   2010


The 38.15 metre Perini Navi, P2 will return to the British Virgin Islands for the 2017 Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta and Rendezvous to re-claim her title after winning in 2015 and claiming The Loro Piana Prize: The Boat International Media Trophy.

The 2008 sailing yacht, designed by Philippe Briand, has a maximum speed of 13 knots.


Perseus^3 was launched by Perini Navi in 2015. The 60 metre sailing yacht was designed by Ron Holland Design and Perini Navi, boasting 5 rooms which can sleep 12 people, and accommodating up to 11 crew for a comfortable yachting experience.

The owner will be hoping to put in a strong show for the 2017 Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous after racing well in the 2016 regatta.


At 106.6ft, the sailing yacht Sunleigh was built by Jongert in Netherlands and was delivered to her owner in 2002 after a refit in 2007. Tony Castro is to thank for the both the sophisticated exterior design and the engineering. Previously named Red Sula, her luxurious interior was designed by Peter Sijm. Sunleigh is said to be the most exciting yacht ever built by the Dutch shipyard, so we are excited to welcome her as a newcomer to the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta and Rendezvous.

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Jongert   32.5 m •   2002

Wild Horses

Sailing at 23.2 metres LOA, this W-Class yacht was designed by the late Joel White and built by W-Class™Racing Yachts. The wood used to form the hull is cold-molded and specially chosen to maximise both strength and lightness.

Wild Horses has competed in more than 160 races in the Caribbean, in the Mediterranean, and along the U.S. East Coast, including the 2013 Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta and Rendezvous. Fast and light, with a low centre of gravity, Wild Horses is sure to be a serious contender.

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