The true test of a yacht’s performance is when it competes in a regatta. Inherently sporty, Southern Wind yachts positively thrive in the world’s most challenging races.
After 11 days 6 hours 30 mins (and 46 seconds) at sea and just over 3000nm covered, we’ve crossed the finish line receiving the inaugural ice cold glass of rum punch as we arrived on the dock. The ARC has lived up to its reputation as being a ‘must do’ for any keen sailor. - Crew Member, SW102 Farfalla
Cape Arrow is a winning yacht, ensuring prime racing performance while guaranteeing the racing crew living on board enjoy the comfort of a luxury five-star cruise. - Crew Manager Giorgio Benussi SW100 Cape Arrow
A wonderful regatta – tough and extremely varied, with weather conditions that can only be described as extremely variable, and constant sea changes in a landscape of rare and wild beauty, like the sea around the Aeolian Islands in spring. Owner SW82 Grande Orazio
I’m proud of our outstanding performance, again proving Southern Wind’s prowess on the racing circuit. – Owner SW94 Windfall
The Sydney-Hobart Race is my lifelong dream, which has now materialised… It has been a challenging race; for the final eight hours we had the weather for which the Sydney-Hobart Race is known: 45 knots in gusts over 50 knots with very big seas, which Zefiro took well. - Owner SW100 Zefiro