41st Rolex Middle Sea Race is set to go.
The Rolex Middle Sea Race is a major international yachting event which attracts over 100 yachts each year from many countries. This offshore race is one of the world’s most attractive by competitions, supported by the title sponsor Rolex since 2002.
The sailing world from around the globe is encouraged to take part in this annual event, where bravery and courage meet with severe nature and many visitors come every year to support their favourite teams and enjoy sunny Malta.
This event makes a significant contribution to the Maltese economy and popularises Malta all over the world.
The 2019 edition was the commemorative year for the Rolex race. The 40th Edition of the competition became even more memorable, as Maltese yacht Elusive 2, skippered by the Podesta family triumphantly won the race in its class.
In 2020 the pandemic of Covid-19 derailed many plans, events and campaigns throughout the world. However, Rolex together with the Royal Malta Yacht Club and Yachting Malta made huge efforts altogether to provide all the necessary assistance towards the event will be able to be held.
We cannot emphasise enough the impact that promoting the yachting industry brings to the Maltese economy.
Apart from the economic benefits from the developing of yachting in general, this sport sector also attracts many youths, as many races are being organised during the year in Malta for different type of the racing boats.
We are proud the economy and sport in Malta nowadays join together and make Malta popular throughout the maritime community all over the world.
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