Nord Stream Race 2019
Realising the basic principle of 'Connecting Baltics through Sports', each stopover includes a busy schedule of meetings and events for business people and sports fans. The inshore races courses will be set in iconic places so that fans and guests can follow the action from the shore.

Only the best teams from the national sailing leagues of Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Russia qualify for the Nord Stream Race.

Gazprom returns as the ongoing main partner of the Nord Stream Race along with Nord Stream AG. Clothing partner – Marinepool. Technical support for the regatta - SAP and SailTracks. Fleet support and maintenance – Nautor's Swan. The Nord Stream Race is organised by St. Petersburg Yacht Club and Konzeptwerft.

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Qualified Clubs for the Nord Stream Race 2019
Hosting Clubs and Events
Kieler Woche
This year, Nord Stream Race is integrated into Kiel Week – the biggest sailing event in the world and the largest summer festival in northern Europe for 136 years now. A nine-day programe is packed with over 2,000 events to entertain three million guests from all over the world.
Kongelig Dansk Yachtklub
The Royal Danish Yacht Club was founded on 3 July 1866 and was originally named the Danish Association for Pleasure Sailing. Ever since then, the Club has worked to promote sailing in Denmark and to support its members in their favourite sport. The Club rapidly increased its number of memberships; today KDY has about 2,200 members of which many live in the provinces or abroad.
Kungliga Svenska Segelsällskapet
The Royal Swedish Yacht Club, is Sweden's largest and oldest yacht club and one of the five oldest in the world, formed 15 May 1830. KSSS is also the oldest yacht club in Europe, outside the British Isles. The Royal Swedish Yacht Club has around 5,000 members, around half are juniors. The number is important as the organisation is sometimes seen as a organisation for adult sailors.
Helsingfors Segelklubb
Helsingfors Segelklubb was founded in 1899 and had just about 21 boats and 100 members. Today the club is with 1600 members and 600 registered boats, one of Finland's largest and most successful sailing clubs. The Club is located centrally on the west side of Helsinki in Lauttasaari, with a excellent services and traffic connections nearby.
St. Petersburg Yacht Club
The regional public sport organisation Saint Petersburg Yacht Club was established in 2007. The Yacht Club´s philosophy is based not only on necessity to preserve, but also on a commitment to transfer to future generations the Russian nautical cultural heritage, along with Russian and world maritime history.
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