Aarhus Foiling Days

April 30 - May 2 2021



Aarhus Foiling Days – Powered by Volvo is a new and exciting foiling event in Aarhus combining fun, knowledge sharing, racing and social activities across all foiling classes – Wind Foil, Kite Foil, Moth, Waszp, A-Cat and Flying Phantom.

Aarhus Foiling Days is organized by Sailing Aarhus with local clubs and Foiling DK from April 30 to May 2 2021. The weekend will be packed with action. A day of training will kick off the event on May 30 with to following days of racing, social activities and much more. More about the event and registration will follow closer to the start of the event.

The event will be located in the heart of Aarhus – in the inspiring Aarhus International Sailing Center and The Bay of Aarhus surrounding the sailing center. The center is based in the old Aarhus Marina very close to the city center of Aarhus.


Important info and NoR

  • The regatta is open for following classes: Wind Foil, Kite Foil, Moth, Waszp, A-Cat and Flying Phantom.
  • Entry fees are: Single handed: 400 DKK / Double Handed: 800 DKK
  • If the total number of entries in under 45 by 20th April 2021 the organizing committee reserves the right to cancel the regatta. If the regatta is cancelled entered competitors will be informed by e-mail.

Please read our Notice of Race for more information.

Event schedule

Friday 30th April

10:00 – 19:00 Practice

17:00 – 19:00 Registration at the Race Office

Saturday 1st May

08:00 – 10:00 Registration at the Race Office

10:00 Skippers daily briefing

11:00 Scheduled start – 1. race of the day Wetbar

Sunday 2nd May

09:00 Skippers daily briefing

10:00 Scheduled start – 1. race of the day

asap Wetbar & prize giving ceremony

Aarhus International Sailing Center, Esther Aggebos Gade 80A, 8000 Aarhus C.

Aarhus Foiling Day – April 30 – May 2 2021

Please notice that the event is organized in accordance with Danish COVID-19 rules and guidelines. Organizers reserve the right to change the format of the event in order to respond to updated guidelines from the Danish government.