Welcome to the PCYC “Round Grenada Regatta” 25 – 26th August 2018!


Yacht Name Design Skipper/Owner
473 Grenada Boutique Resort Shuttle Worth Mark Solomon
Black Pearl Beneteau First 375 Tomas Guerrero
Category 5 Hobie 33 Richard Szyjan
Desire Hunter Frik Kotze
Die Hard J24 Robbie Yearwood
Dogsmile J105 Chris Rundlett
Fade Away J24 Peter Armstrong
Fantasy Forest One tonner Remi Henriot
Frigate J24 Richard Amerling
Galatea Yawl Classic Judd Tinius
Gone South Catamaran/Lagoon 380 Charles Chantry
Julie Rule (Quay 3) Elan37 Chris Hellburg
Milagro Jeanneau 42 Gus Reader
Shakin J24 Rene Froehlich
Thunderbird Hobie Cat Misiba Webster

Click to download the Schedule of Events 2018 as a PDF.

Click to download the NOR 2018 as a PDF.

Click to download the Course 2018 as a PDF.

Click to download the Meal Menu in Carriacou as a PDF.

Click to download the Breakfast in Carriacou as a PDF.

In 2015, Petite Calivigny Yacht Club in Grenada revived a long tradition of round the island racing and put on a very successful event that drew 9 monohulls and 3 catamarans. Starting and finishing at Le Phare Bleu on the south coast of Grenada, which has been home base for the PCYC since it was initiated in 2010, this regatta includes an overnight layover in Tyrell Bay, Carriacou, for crews to enjoy a good party and get some shut eye before heading back down to Grenada.

For those who enjoy a longer course with a more relaxed style of racing, this is the ideal off season event and everyone is welcome. With time to appreciate the natural beauty of the Grenada and Carriacou coastline and the surrounding small islands, you will still find it challenging in terms of navigation, strategy and crew determination. The overnight stop means that single handers and “live aboards” can join the more dedicated racers, brush up their sailing skills (perhaps even dig a spinnaker out of the locker) and show what they are made of too.

You can register online at http://pcycgrenada.com/round-grenada-regatta (fee EC$100 to be paid at registration). Registration on Friday 24 August, 1500-1730 h, will be followed by the Skippers Briefing at 1800 h, both at Le Phare Bleu.

The Start on Saturday 25 August will be at 0700 h, at Le Phare Bleu and there will be a party and food in Carriacou that evening. The Start on Sunday 26 August will be at 1000 h, in Carriacou and the Final Prize giving will be in Le Phare Bleu, as soon as last boat is in.

Dockage at Le Phare Bleu is “2 nights for 1” on Friday and Sunday; regular rates apply for additional nights. Dockage/mooring at Carriacou Marine is limited.

We’d like to say a big “THANKS” to our sponsors!”

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