UPDATE: The owners and Organising Authority of the 44Cup have today made the final decision to cancel the remaining two events of the 2020 season. This is due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic which this year has brought much of the sporting world to a standstill.
The fleet then moves further south for the season finale over the 11 – 15 November in Lanzarote: "Having chosen Calero Marinas as their Canary Islands’ base since 2008 and brought the world’s top sailors to Lanzarote for some absolutely thrilling 44 Cup racing, this prestigious class offers much to look forward to with their return," explains José Juan Calero, Calero Marinas CEO.
Puerto Calero, Lanzarote’s most established yacht harbour, is proud to have been welcoming sailing visitors to the island for more than 35 years. Naturally protected in a warm and sunny microclimate with good support services, the marina is one of Lanzarote’s preferred destinations. Puerto Calero’s landscaped gardens, harmonious design and tranquil setting makes for a marvellous place to relax. The marina is home to an impressive array of restaurants, shops and activities and a convenient 15 minutes’ drive from the international airport.
Further details on the 44Cup Calero Marinas will be announced in the coming weeks.