Superyacht cup 2011 in Majorca
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Superyacht cup 2011 in Majorca

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Superyacht cup in Majorca


The winner of the superyacht cup 2011 , which was held from 23 till 25 of june  in mallorca is the  24 meter yacht Drumfire, designed by the Dutch company Hoek and built by the Dutch shipyard Bloemsma
This boat is champion of the senior level champion having resulted in its class, Class 2, during the three days of racing, and obtained the best score during the competition.

In second position was the superyacht  'Heartbeat', also 24 meters in length and designed by the Dutch company Hoek and built by the Dutch shipyard Claasen Jachtbouw, with the Dutch flag, and in third place was the 'Marie', a stunning classic sailboat 55 meters in length also designed by Hoek and built by Vitters Shipyard,  sailing under the flag of the Cayman
Islands.

The winner of the last day was the yacht 'This is us,' followed by 'Drumfire' and 'Heartbeat'.

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