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Richard Mille Cup returns for second year - pre-WW2 boats to race from Falmouth to Le Havre in June

26 April 2024

By Natalie White

Richard Mille has announced the second edition of the Richard Mille Cup, following the success of the inaugural event held last year. 

The Richard Mille Cup will run from 2 to 15 June, with a fleet of around 12 historic yachts racing in stages down the English Channel.

The spectacular regatta will once again be a showcase of for the finest vintage yachts and schooners afloat, competing for the prestigious Richard Mille Cup. Richard Mille says, “This is the ideal environment to admire the magnificence and beauty of these classic yachts from the pre-war era and the involvement of the Yacht Clubs allows owners and admirers alike to come together in the true spirit of the event.”

As in the previous year, the Cup is sure to attract classic boat aficionados, collectors and hundreds of onlookers, as exciting inshore races are staged at the four host ports - Falmouth, Dartmouth, Cowes and Le Havre.

The vintage sailing yachts will also undertake testing passage races between the four ports, including two overnight races from Dartmouth to Cowes and Cowes to Le Havre.

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