ALCAIDESA MARINA

Alcaidesa Marina J80 Circuit presents its winners

John Bassadone’s boat “Peninsula” wins the race Our marina has had the opportunity to witness what has undoubtedly been an exciting spectacle. In this latest […]

Awareness about the security protocol in case of interaction with killer whales during navigation

In order to develop our commitment to environmental protection and education at Alcaidesa Marina, within the frame of our navigation awareness campaign since 2018, we […]

11 INCREDIBLE YEARS BY YOUR SIDE

At Alcaidesa Marina we are euphoric, excited and happy to be able to celebrate our 11th birthday with you. And it has been a year […]

RISING 10TH BLUE FLAG IN ALCAIDESA MARINA

We are very happy for the 10th consecutive year to attend the act of raising the Blue Flag awarded to our marina, Alcaidesa Marina. A […]

PABLO SANTURDE WINS THE SPAIN CUP J80 2021

The Spain J80 Cup held from June 18 to 20 in Biscayan waters of Abra, left us great moments of overcoming and perseverance. A regatta […]

LOZANO AND PEREA VISIT ALCAIDESA MARINA

On Thursday, June 24, the President of the Campo de Gibraltar Commonwealth, Juan Lozano, and the Delegate Vice President for Tourism, Daniel Perea, visited the […]

PRESS

50 yachts that changed the way we sail

We asked historians, round the world race winners and legendary sailors to name the yachts that changed the sport for good.

Whitbread Round the World Race, 1997-98

The 1997-98 Whitbread Round the World Race was won by Paul Cayard and his EF Language team, who won three of the first five legs, en route to a convincing victory. His team was composed of many sailors from his 1999-2000 America’s Cup campaign, and they brought an as yet unseen intensity to their approach on the water.

Official Film: Whitbread Round the World Race 1989-90

The 1989-90 Whitbread Round the World Race was a true classic, ending in a clean sweep of all six legs by Peter Blake and the crew of Steinlager 2.

To The Ends of The Earth – The First 40 Years | Volvo Ocean Race

No computers and internet, no GPS, no mobile phones! A produced and written documentary about the incredible Volvo Ocean Race, a competition where teamwork is essential, fatigue is standard, and death is always just a few steps away.

1985-86 Whitbread Round the World Race – The French take the win

Lionel Péan would skipper L’esprit d’équipe to victory over 14 other teams, marking the first time a French team would win the race.

Official Film: Whitbread Round the World Race 1981-82

Conny van Rietschoten returned to the third edition of the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1981-82 determined not just to defend his title but to win both line honors on every leg, and the overall race on handicap. Impressively, with his Flyer II, he was able to accomplish just that.