Royal Ocean Racing Club Ltd.
20 St James's Place, London, SW1A 1NN | +44 (0) 20 7493 2248

Myth of Malham Race

DATE: Saturday 23rd May
COURSE: Cowes – Eddystone Lighthouse – Solent finish
DISTANCE (nm): 230 

The race around Eddystone Lighthouse is typically the most popular in Rolex Fastnet years, mirroring the first 130nm miles of the season's main event.

Date: Saturday 23rd May

Course: Cowes – Eddystone Lighthouse – Solent finish

Distance (nm): 230

The race around Eddystone Lighthouse is one of the most popular as it provides crews with a great opportunity to try out the first part of the Rolex Fastnet Race course. However even in 'off' years this is a race worth attempting as it takes in some of the most challenging and complex tidal gates around notable headlands that include Portland Bill and Start Point. This race provides a real challenge for navigators and tacticians, and usually a great downwind ride back to the finish.

Special Regulations

Category 3 with Category 2 liferaft, AIS Transponder and RORC prescriptions

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For the results from 2019, please visit the Race Results page

To see how the race unfolded in 2019 view the YB Race Viewer here http://yb.tl/mom2019

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Royal Ocean Racing Club
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London
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UK

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Royal Ocean Racing Club
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82 High Street
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Isle of Wight
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Seahorse Building, Bath Road
Lymington, Hampshire
SO41 3SE
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Royal Ocean Racing Club - since 1925

The RORC was founded in 1925 to encourage long distance yacht racing and the design, building and navigation of sailing vessels in which speed and seaworthiness are combined. Today the club encourages ocean, long distance and other forms of yacht racing and yachting activity.