City Info

Race Village opening: 24 June 2018
Average ETA: 24 June 2018
In-Port Race: 30 June 2018, 11:30 UTC (13:30 The Hague)

More information can be found on the The Hague host city website: 

Find out all the cool things to see and do in our Race Village here

Download 3D maps here:
- The Hague Race village map (PDF 4.4MB)

The Hague goes from pit-stop to finish line
Having hosted the Volvo Ocean Race for the first time in a short but (very) sweet pit-stop in 2014-15, this famous city in the Netherlands will host the legendary race’s finish in 2017-18.

After sailing 45,000 miles around the planet, The Hague will be the Volvo Ocean Race fleet’s final destination – and the arrival promises to be an unforgettable moment for both the sailors and thousands of spectators lining the dock.

The eyes of the sailing world will be on Scheveningen when the boats, including Dutch entries team AkzoNobel and Team Brunel, finish in the harbour after nine months of intense battling.

The Hague, an international city by the sea 
Like no other city in the Netherlands, The Hague offers a unique combination of city life and beach life. The Hague is home to Vermeer’s famous ‘Girl with a Pearl earring’ and the world’s largest collection of paintings by Mondrian. The city's two seaside resorts - Scheveningen and Kijkduin - boast seven miles of sandy beaches, and getting to the bustling, historic city centre only takes you fifteen minutes.

The Hague's bustling downtown area has far more to offer than the landmarks Binnenhof, Noordeinde Palace, and Peace Palace. Boutiques, cafes, concert and dance venues, galleries, flagship stores, museums and restaurants promise something to everyone who loves culture, shopping and nightlife.

The Hague is also the residence of the Dutch King, seat of the Dutch Government. 150 international organisations call The Hague home, including the International Court of Justice. 

How do I get there?

Race Village:

Strandweg 4,
2583 The Hague

Air: Most flights go into Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport (AMS) but check also the city's own airport Rotterdam-The Hague (RTM)
Train: Den Haag Central
Bus: Bus 22 runs from the beach to the centre
Alternative: Do as the Dutch do, hop on a bike!

The Volvo Ocean Race will be in The Hague from 24-30 June 2018 and we’re looking for people to join our Volunteer Programme and help make the Stopover a huge success.

Registration for volunteers in The Hague is now open and you can sign up here. If you are looking for more information about becoming a volunteer, please email the volunteer management team of The HagueWe are looking forward to seeing you in The Hague in June!

© Victor Fraile / Volvo Ocean Race

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