The crew of this year’s Citadel Marzamemi Regatta set sail on Friday 26th April and Citadel Insurance continue in their long-established role as title sponsor of this popular event, a 60 nautical mile non-stop race to Marzamemi vigorously contested by over 25 participants.
One of Malta's leading insurers, Citadel have been the title sponsor for this Royal Malta Yacht Club season-opener for many years, and it is firmly embedded in the yachting fraternity’s annual programme. Crews were looking forward to this offshore race, particularly since last year’s race had to be redirected to Scoglitti as wind and sea swell made Marzamemi inaccessible.
Following their return from Marzamemi, a Prize Giving evening will take place at the Royal Malta Yacht Club to award the crews for their success during the Citadel Marzamemi Weekend Regatta.
Royal Malta Yacht Club Commodore Godwin Zammit said, “Citadel Insurance’s generous sponsorship and enthusiasm will ensure the Marzamemi event can be run to its full potential. Our longstanding relationship forms a crucial backdrop to this delightful season-opening event.”
Angela Tabone, Managing Director of Citadel Insurance plc. said, “As a marine insurer, we believe in supporting a race which enthuses everyone each year. We’re pleased to once again be the title sponsor and look forward to working with the Royal Malta Yacht Club and other stakeholders to build on the success of this great event.”
Citadel also supports the yachting community with a range of insurance products for all types of leisure boating. Boat owners are encouraged to find out more about interesting add-ons available within Citadel’s boat insurance policy.
Citadel Insurance plc. is regulated by the MFSA and offers a full range of quality insurance solutions including home, motor, marine, travel, health, life and business. For further information visit one of Citadel’s branches in Mellieha, Naxxar, Haz-Zebbug, Mosta, Gzira, San Gwann, Paola, Zejtun or Gozo; Citadel's Head Office at Floriana; log on www.citadelplc.com or call on Freephone 8007 2322. Download the Mobile app for rapid access to information.