Tag

Offshore Racing

Cork Week – Cork 300

By | | No Comments
The 300th anniversary and 41st edition of Cork Week will take place from the 13th-18th July 2020. Cork Week 2020 will be structured to accommodate sailors who have time constraints,...
Read More

Newport Bermuda Race

By | | No Comments

The 635-mile biennial Newport Bermuda Race is the oldest regularly scheduled ocean race, one of very few international distance races, one of just two of the world’s regularly scheduled races held almost entirely out of sight of land.

Read More

Rolex Sydney Hobart Race

By | | No Comments
The Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race is an annual event hosted by the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, starting in Sydney on Boxing Day and finishing in Hobart, Tasmania. The race distance is...
Read More

Monaco Classic Week

By | | No Comments
Organised by the Yacht Club de Monaco, Monaco Classic Week – La Belle Classe reflects Monaco’s unwavering attachment to the sea and its maritime heritage. This biennial event stands out...
Read More

Palermo – Montecarlo

By | | No Comments
The Palermo-Montecarlo Race is among the most important and renowned in the Mediterranean Sea. Founded in 2005, following wishes from the Principality of Monaco and the City of Palermo sports...
Read More

Rolex Fastnet Race

By | | No Comments

The Rolex Fastnet Race is the most popular 600 mile offshore race in the world and alongside the Sydney Hobart and the Middle Sea Race is one of the most prestigious and challenging races available for offshore sailors.

Read More

IRC Nationals

By | | No Comments
From modern lightweight planing yachts to evergreen designs of the 1970s and 80s, the IRC rule brings them all together for three days of intense racing. The races are approximately...
Read More

Giraglia Rolex Cup

By | | No Comments
The Giraglia Rolex Cup, is one of the most renowned offshore races in the Mediterranean. Starting with feeder races from Sanremo or Marseille, the fleet will gather in the Chic...
Read More

Rolex Capri Sailing Week

By | | No Comments

Starting and finishing in Valetta, Malta the course takes you through the straights of Messina, past the islands of Pantelleria and Lampedusa, and even features Stromboli’s active volcano as a course mark.

Read More