St-Barth Cata Cup started! Live tracking on the water this edition!


Today the St. Bath Cata Cup 2016 has started. With perfect weather conditions for this eighth edition it already looks like a challenging event again. Check the first report from the Caribbean.

The first two days, we are expecting winds between 12 and 15 knots, continually strengthening Saturday and Sunday, which is perfect and will allow us to put together a great race program. I was looking at the list of registered boats and the level is very homogenous so I think that we will have a great regatta“, tells Didier Flamme, President of the race committee for the St-Barth Cata Cup.

Each year, the organization is successful in bringing together a good combination of competitors, both amateur and professional. According to Orion Martin, one of the racers representing France, the level will be even more interesting this time. “This year, some bigger names in sailing like Cammas and Besson are not competing, but still the level of Formula 18 racers is very high. We have a couple of World Champions and a lot of teams that have been doing very well during the whole season. I think that this year will be tougher thanprevious editions because all international top dogs are sailing. It will be ‘showtime’ on the water!

Follow races live online
New at the St-Barth Cata Cup this year: races will be broadcasted live! Thanks to Dotvision Motion and their GPS & GPRS tracking system, it will be possible to follow all of the action LIVE in St-Jean Bay. Each boat will be identified by name and country, all you have to do is click on the icon to see the position, speed and ranking. For those who have missed the live broadcasting, you can also watch the replays of all races. Go to to follow your favorite teams live!

About the St. Barth Cata Cup
The ST-BARTH CATA CUP is a high-calibre sporting event where catamaran enthusiasts come together under the Caribbean sun. After three editions in 1992, 1993 and 1994, the St-Barth Cata Cup was relaunched in 2008 by Vincent Jordil, Jeff Ledee and Thierry Linares. The St-Barth Cata Cup brings together competitors of various nationalities, from world champions to Saint-Barth residents. Follow the eighth edition of the St-Barth Cata Cup at and on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram.

Photo Credit: Easy Ride / Saint-Barth Cata Cup 2015