The yachting lifestyle offers the pinnacle of luxury at Punta Fuego, Landco’s pioneering and premier seaside development along the coastline of Nasugbu, Batangas. On a yacht, enthusiasts find a sense of freedom and pleasure in the invigorating open sea of Nasugbu Bay.
Landco together with Anya Hospitality Group, co-presented the 20th annual Punta Fuego Regatta, elevating the yacht experience to a thrilling competitive sailing event.
The sail fest, which featured a windward leeward routine and the exciting Fortune Island Race, is organized by the Punta Fuego Yacht Club and the Philippine Inter-Island Sailing Foundation (Phinsaf).
Thrill seekers among the country’s top yachtsmen-business executives engaged in a series of races between boats of different classes, shared their love of sailing, and forged stronger ties with like-minded individuals who enjoy this water sport.
This two-day weekend sailing event is one of the country’s longest-running yachting competitions and a top sports tourism event in southern Luzon.
Jun Villanueva’s Ice 52 Belatrix, Pablum Lobregat’s Beneteau First 30 Ultra, and Roman Azanza’s Fountaine Pajot 40 won the Racing, Cruising, and Ocean Multihull classes, respectively, at this year’s Punta Fuego Regatta.
Club Punta Fuego General Manager Edgar Krohn, Landco Sales and Marketing Manager Charisse Santiano, Phinsaf Chairman Jerry Rollin, and Mario Daga, Senior Tourism Operations Officer, Department of Tourism – Calabarzon, graced the awarding ceremony.
Club Punta Fuego, managed by Anya Hospitality Group (AHG), is the luxurious private Batangas beach resort that is the gemstone of the 88-hectare seaside residential community of Peninsula de Punta Fuego.
The sprawling luxury property is developed by Landco Pacific Corporation, known for pioneering premium landscapes for more than 30 years.