The Gold Cup 2015 is won by the Crew of GER 739 from Kieler Yacht-Club (2)

The Gold Cup 2015 of the Nordic Folkboats has been awarded after six successful Races by the Crwe of GER 739, Ulf Kipcke, Dieder Kipcke and Peer Jansen from the Kieler Yacht-Club. Congratulations!

The Crews of the Spandauer Yacht-Club got the rang 5 and 18.

In the last few Days, all competitors has been able to experience wind from dead calm to gale and heavy swell in Warnemmünde. We sincerely thank all competitors, sponsors, supporters and volunteers. Without their help this event could happen with such a success.

Notice of Race for Nordic Folk Boat Gold Cup

Rostock-Warnemünde, Germany, July 13–18, 2015

The event is organized by the Spandauer Yacht-Club e.V.
Scharfe Lanke 31, 13595 Berlin, phone: +49 30 3615717, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

in cooperation with the Rostocker Regatta Verein e.V.,
the Nordic Folkboat International Association
and the German Nordic Folkboat Association

Spandauer Yacht-Club e.V. (B023)
Scharfe Lanke 31
D-13595 Berlin
Telefon: +49 30 3615717 (Regatta telephone)
Fax: +49 30 36283010
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Internet: www.goldpokal2015.de

Welcome on board and set sail for the Goldcup 2015 taking place in Warnemünde on July 13 to July 18.

The Gold Cup 2015 will take place in one of Germany's finest racing waters: the Baltic Sea, in front of beautiful beaches and the old city of Warnemünde. The Goldcup will be hosted by the Spandauer Yacht-Club Berlin and the Rostocker Regatta Verein. Further information and regular updates regarding the Gold Cup 2015 will be available on this website up until and during the Cup. Inquiries about the cup can be submitted to our Race Committee via Email, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Program Schedule

The Gold Cup is the most important competition of the Nordic Folkboat. It is comparable to a World Cup. In 1963, the Cup itself was donated by Senator Hagelstein of Luebeck. Since then, the Cup has been held annually either in Denmark, Sweden or Germany.