July 29-31, 2021
ARE YOU READY TO RACE?
The Camden Classics Cup is one of the world’s most beautiful regattas - sailed where the mountains meet the sea off the lovely harbortown of Camden, Maine. The Camden Classics Cup aims to give sailors the time of their lives with terrific on-the-water racing, and stellar onshore events.
Presented by Lyman-Morse in conjunction with the Camden Yacht Club and with support from the CYOA, the Camden Classics Cup is a celebration of both classic yacht racing and boatbuilding. Featuring 2-days of racing for sailboats and a panoramic backdrop for powerboats. Participants will have access to Lyman-Morse's facilities, and a full weekend of events in the lovely town of Camden!
We are very excited to be planning the 5th Annual Camden Classics Cup, July 29-31, 2021.
The regatta structure this year will be different based on current CDC Covid guidelines. What will be the same is great racing on Penobscot Bay with evenings spent in beautiful Camden, Maine.
Details on post-race events are coming together. State regulations limit gatherings to 100 people, so we won't be hosting a monster dance party for 600 this year. However, that won't stop up from celebrating. What we all learned last summer was that boats are by their very nature "pods". Building off that, your boat will not only be your racing platform but your party platform. Saturday Night will feature a Mooring Ball. Larry Williams and his 8-piece band will be set up on a barge to provide the dance party. Get groovy in the cockpit of your boat, or swing by in your dinghy.
Stone Cove Catering is creating a food and cocktail takeout menu. We are busy with these details and logistics to make this fun, law abiding and safe for everyone.
We would like to thank our sponsors! Please scroll down and take a look at the list and we hope you will express your thanks to them for their support.
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Thanks to the generous support of our 2019
sponsors and fleet participants, the Camden Classics Cup
will donate $15,000 to LIfeFlight of Maine
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