Events

IV Copa del Mediterráneo

Postponed

The Dragon class competes in the IV Mediterranean Cup in the waters of Puerto Portals. A high level regatta in which the monotype Dragon class boats compete for the victory of the fourth edition of the tournament. The regatta has a wide participation at national and international level, with more than forty boats registered.
 
The Dragon is a sailing boat designed by Johan Anker in 1929. It was an Olympic class from 1948 to 1972. The class maintains some 1500 active boats among more than 26 countries, with Germany leading with the largest number of boats.
 
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Puerto Portals European Championship

Cancelled

The classic Dragons return to Puerto Portals to compete in the European Dragons regatta, the Port Portals European Championship, in which more than forty boats of Swedish, Russian, Portuguese, American or German origin, among other nationalities, will participate.

The Dragon is a sailing boat designed by John Anker in 1929. It was an Olympic class from 1948 to 1972, currently there are more than 1,500 active boats of this type in more than 26 countries. In 2017, Puerto Portals bets on initiating a relationship with the Dragon class, which has consolidated over time becoming the port with the largest fleet of Dragons in Spain and a benchmark in the international circuit.
 
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