The Samui Regatta is the final event in the AsianYachting Grand Prix Championship.
Samui Regatta was created in 2001 and achieved international status in 2004. The Samui Regatta is also known as as the ‘Tropical Island Regatta’.
The Regatta has grown from 11 boats in 2001 to average approximately 30 boats and 400+ participants and families from over 20 countries annually. Samui Regatta has established itself as one of Asia’s leading boutique regattas and one of the best regatta party scenes.
The Samui Regatta iss organised by Regattas Asia, a leader in the organization of marine events in Asia.
2013 Race Results:
IRC Zero – Jelik, Frank Pong
IRC One – Foxy Lady 6, Bill Bremner
IRC Two – Ichi Ban, Matt Allen
Bareboat/ Cruising – Free Wind, Nicholas Smith
Multihull – Miss Saigon, David Liddell
2012 Race Results:
IRC Zero – Hooligan, Marcus Blackmore
IRC Premier – Moonblue 2, Peter Churchouse
IRC One – EFG Bank Mandrake, Nick Burns/ Fred Kinmonth
IRC Two/ Bareboat – Reef Knot, Stuart Collins
Multihull – Fantasia, Andrew Stransky
2011 Race Results:
Racing – HiFi, Neil Pryde
IRC 1 – Elektra, Marcel Liedts
IRC 2/ Cruising – Abraxas, Greg Coops
Multihull – Bandara Sonic, Kirati Assakul
NOR and Entry
NOR will be available in due course on the event website.
Sailing Instructions will be published in due course on the event website.
The Regatta in a nutshell
Event: Samui Regatta
Date: May 25May to 1 June, 2019
Location: Samui, Thailand
Organizer: Regattas Asia
Check out the action from the 2012 Samui Regatta – Official TV Production by Go Yachting
The Samui Regatta is part of the Asian Yachting Grand Prix Championship.