After more than doubling its number of entries in 2023 from 2022 to thirty boats, the Caribbean Multihull ChallengeSteering Committee is setting its sights on an increase to forty for 2024. “Both the race and the rally have received great reviews from participants and press,” says Stephen Burzon, Marketing and Operations Director of the CMC. “With continued support from the Sint Maarten Government plus that of repeating sponsors, we will have the marketing budget to bring more race and rally boats to this event which is evolving into a festival of multihull sailboats in the Northeast Caribbean.”
Repeating in 2024 will be the dramatic CSA 1 trifecta pitting the fastest multis against each other in three distance races. Also returning is the Diam 24 one-designs racing on the south shore of the island, and the rally for cruising multihulls, a first-time event in 2023. Look for more features, including cash for winning racers, seminars for cruisers, and a repeat of the popular Rally Navigation Challenge.
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