The Course de l’Alliance Boat Race

Focus on an event : the Alliance Race

course de l alliance 2012Nestled in the heart of the Caribbean, Saint-Martin is the ideal destination for sea lovers and active travelers. The island is unique in the Caribbean for yachting and cruising.

The 13 marinas can accommodate over 1400 boats.
Small or large, luxurious and modern the marinas offer all the amenities and facilities expected.

Saint-Martin is also an exceptional navigation area between the Greater and the Lesser Antilles. The island in the heart of the famous Golden Triangle, formed with Saint-Barths and Anguilla, is a real kingdom for boat lovers.
Lagoons, white sandy beaches, coves shaded islets, marinas and anchorages offer many opportunities for navigation.

The Course de l'Alliance, originally the initiative of the Marina Fort Louis is organized by the Yacht Clubs of Saint-Martin, Sint Maarten, Saint-Barths and Anguilla. This unique sporting event strengthen the links between Saint-Martin/ Sint-Maarten, Saint-Barths and Anguilla, 3 islands that are so close and so different at the same time. This race allows sailors to discover Saint-Martin and the neighboring islands during an intense and entertaining trip. The regatta will provide both human and sporting spectacle and spectators will enjoy the diversity of sailing competition.

The kick off of the ninth edition of the Course de l'Alliance, which runs from 23 to 25 November, will be given in Simpson Bay on the Dutch side.

After a stop at the charming port of Gustavia in Saint-Barths, sailboats will head to the picturesque island of Anguilla.

The last day, the race will start from Road Bay in Anguilla and will end on the waterfront in Marigot, Saint-Martin with a ceremony which will honor the boats and their crews in a friendly and festive atmosphere ... .


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