Spring Cup Regatta
Sport + fun

Spring Regatta 2018 – Now in Croatia

5-12 May 2018
From Saturday to Saturday
Regatta starts
Registration form:
Croatia - one of the best sailing areas
in Mediterranean Sea!
- 5 racing days, with various challenging distances. Each lap is unique, so get ready for a fresh experience!
- entertainment every day after the race! Great parties, friendly atmosphere with only positive vibes

Who can participate?

  • Energetic people seeking excitement in sports! Everyone who’d like to work hard and party hard, everyone who loves competition and strives to win!
  • Everybody can take part in “Spring Cup” regatta, no matter what kind of sailing experience they have. Each crew and team will be formed in accordance to their level of knowledge and sailing experience and if needed guided by a professional skipper.
- crews under supervision of professional skippers and sailing instructors
- graduates of sailing schools, holding IYT bareboat skipper certificate or above, willing to get race practice

Itinerary and berths

Spring Cup 2018 will be held in Croatia, across beautiful islands in Central Dalmatia.

Total length of the race is 120 nautical miles. It will be a week of fun and pure adrenaline, sailing adventures and making new friends.

Regatta will start in marina Kaštela, a comfortable and up-to-date marina nearby the town of Split.

Following the route, we will stay at the islands, famous for its history and absolute charm. Entertainment program definitely won’t let you get bored.

Parties and overnight stays are planned in the stunning places and safe marinas.

The week you will never forget!

05 May – marina Kaštela
06 May – Šolta island / 16 nm
07 May – Trogir / 9 nm
08 May – Brač island / 15 nm
09 May – Hvar island / 20 nm
10 May – Split / 26 nm
11 May – marina Kaštela / 5 nm
*Regatta’s itinerary can be changed due to bad weather conditions


Marina Kaštela
Arrival to marina, checking in, meeting with regatta participants and collecting of boat numbers. Marina Kaštela is only 15 minutes’ drive from Split airport. This marina is one of the newest and most ecological marinas at the coast with all the amenities you might need. Meanwhile the town itself and its villages are also known as one of the 7 pearls of the Adriatic.
Šolta island
Today’s Šolta island is a quite island in Dalamatian archipelago with rich history, dating back to Neolithic times. Ancient architecture, like castle of the queen Teuta and Roman heritage of countryside villas with traditional agricultural estate, should be visited during the stay. The island is famous for both – oil making and wild rosemary honey making traditions. Šolta is also home to a wine variety Dobričić – a dark red wine with a purple shine.
Trogir absolutely cannot be missed: the old town has retained mainly intact and beautiful buildings from its age of glory between the XIIIth and XVth centuries. In 1997 its profuse collection of Romanesque and Renaissance buildings earned it World Heritage status. Wandering the streets of the old town you will see admirable Cathedral of St. Lovrio, Kamerlengo Fortress and Town Hall.
Brač island
Brač is the 3rd largest island along the Adriatic coast. The island’s tallest peak, Vidova gora, or Mount St. Vid, which stands at 780 mt, making it the highest island point in the Adriatic. Some more interesting facts about the island:
Brač is famous for two things: its radiant white stone, used to build Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the White House in Washington, DC (oh, yes!), and Zlatni Rat, the long pebbly beach at Bol that extends lasciviously into the Adriatic and adorns 90% of Croatia’s tourism posters.
Hvar island
The island of Hvar is unusual in the area for having a large fertile coastal plain, and fresh water springs. Its hillsides are covered in pine forests, with vineyards, olive groves, fruit orchards and lavender fields in the agricultural areas. The ancient Greeks founded the colony of Pharos in 384 BC on the site of today’s Stari Grad, making it one of the oldest towns in Europe. They were also responsible for setting out the agricultural field divisions of the Stari Grad Plain, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In medieval times, Hvar (city) rose to importance within the Venetian Empire as a major naval base. Prosperity brought culture and the arts, with one of the first public theatres in Europe, nobles’ palaces and many fine communal buildings.
Because of its ideal climate, with 2,800 hours of sunlight each year, local people have a few nicknames for Split: "The most beautiful city in the world" and "Mediterranean flower". With lots of things to do in the downtown, take your time to climb the campanile bell tower next to the palace mausoleum. The stairs cling to the inside of the tower, and in places the steps cross the large open window spaces. The ascent is certainly not for those with vertigo, but the views from the top are marvelous. The historic core of Split with Diocletian palace is among the first urban complexes to enter the list of the UNESCO world heritage in year 1979. Most probably this one of a kind Imperial Palace was built from 298-305 AD and is one of the most significant original structures of the period mostly because so much of it has been preserved.


  • Arrival to Split, transfer to Kaštela
  • Checking in to the boats
  • Welcome Dinner
  • Training race
  • Training day - passage to Šolta
  • Race 1 & 2 (Trogir)
  • Team Presentation
  • Race 3 & 4 (Brač)
  • Excursion to the local vinery
  • Race 5 & 6 (Hvar)
  • Barbeque
  • Race 7 (Split)
  • Race 8 & 9 (Kaštela)
  • Inauguration and Farewell Dinner
  • Checking out from the boats
  • Transfer to the airport


Open Division
(race with handicap)

  • Yachts of 44-46 feet
  • Equipped with gennaker
  • 3-4 cabins

Check options on our partner’s website

Oceanis 38.1 (2018)
Oceanis 38.1 (2018) Oceanis 38.1 (2018)

Monofleet boats. SOLD OUT

  • Hanse 455 (2015-2018)
  • Equipped with gennakers*
  • 4 cabins / 10 berths
* Considering amateur type of the regatta we equipped all the boats with gennakers of smaller gennakers (80% of normal size)


Crew member – 1 090 EUR / per person*
  • Berth in a double berth cabin
  • Bed linen
  • Professional Jury
  • Skipper-instructor
  • Reservation of berths in marinas
  • Regatta cameraman
  • Welcoming and Farewell dinners
  • T-short
  • Refundable deposit for yacht: 3200 EUR (to split between the crew)
  • Refundable deposit for gennaker: 750 EUR (to split between the crew)
  • Fuel
  • Berths in marinas
  • Provisioning
  • Transfers from and to airport
  • Excursions
  • Tourist tax
Charter a Boat – from 1 500 EUR
Check options on our partner’s web site
  • Bareboat yacht charter
  • Professional Jury
  • Reservation of berths
  • Regatta cameraman
  • Security deposit for yacht
  • Security deposit for gennaker
  • Gennaker and obligatory extras
  • Registration fee: 330 EUR/yacht
  • Social activity fee: 120 EUR per person
  • Fuel
  • Berths in marinas
  • Provisioning
  • Transfers from and to airport
  • Excursions
  • Tourist tax

Flights to split

Flights from 145 EUR*
Return flight from Russia
  • Moscow: from 242 EUR
  • St. Petersburg: from 281 EUR

Return flight from Germany
  • Hamburg: from 176 EUR
  • Frankfurt: from 145 EUR

  • Zurich: from 151 EUR
  • Geneva: from 120 EUR

  • 05 May 2018
  • 12 May 2018

* book early to get best fares!
Spring Cup –is the pure excitement, adrenaline rush, fair competition and unforgettable taste of victory!
Official partners of the regatta: