Trofeo Almirante Conde de Barcelona

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The Trofeo Almirante Conde de Barcelona is an annual sailing competition. The yachts usually start from Mallorca. The name and trophy commercial rights are owned by the merchant "Bono Asociados SL".

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There are three categories in the race: Barcos de época, Barcos de clásicos, Espíritu de tradición; that is accordingly with CIM Regulations.

yacht lengthcrew
25 m20 person
25–20 m15 person
20–16 m10 person
16–12 m8 person
12 m5 person

Previous winners

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