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Non-racing superyachts now offered "social entry" package at St Barths Bucket

12 March 2024 • Written by Dea Jusufi

Non-racing superyachts will now be able to attend the St Barths Bucket as "social entrants". 

A limited number of non-racing entry applications will be accepted, with invitees receiving dockage in Gustavia alongside the competitors and their choice of positioning at the start and finish. 

Those accepted will also be invited to a private yacht owners' reception, an evening "fashion party" and the Bucket Marquee Bar.

Last year's winner, <em>Nakupenda</em>

The entry fee is €6,250, one half of the fee for racing yachts.

A highlight in the Caribbean sailing calendar, the St Barths Bucket will return from 21 to 24 March. Each year sees up to 35 yachts compete for the coveted title, with the 33.2-metre sailer Nakupenda the regatta's most recent winner.

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