The three day event got underway with the fleet taking to the water to race in two classes; the Cruiser Racer and Corinthian Spirit.
After placing fifth in the 2015 Perini Cup, Maltese Falcon was on a mission to improve her placing at this edition – and totally dominated each day's racing.
The first day of racing saw wind speeds of 18-21 knots, while day two was much lighter, with a breeze of seven knots dying away throughout the day.
Day three proved the windiest of all, with the course shortened as wind speeds touched 27 knots.
A superb social programme accompanied each day's racing, including wine tasting from Marchesi Antinori and a cocktail event courtesy of Vhernier.