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Rolex China Sea Race

DATE: Wednesday 31st March 2021
COURSE: Hong Kong, China - Subic Bay, The Philippines
DISTANCE (nm): 565

Organised by the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club with the co-operation of the Manila Yacht Club and Subic Bay Yacht Club.

The Rolex China Sea Race was first held in 1962 and ever since it has continued to attract interest and, as an undisputed Asian blue-water classic, has served to draw the attention of the international yachting fraternity to Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. 

Date: Wednesday 31st March 2021

Course: Hong Kong, China - Subic Bay, The Philippines

Distance (nm): 565

Organised by the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club with the co-operation of the Manila Yacht Club and Subic Bay Yacht Club.

The Rolex China Sea Race was first held in 1962 and ever since it has continued to attract interest and, as an undisputed Asian blue-water classic, has served to draw the attention of the international yachting fraternity to Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. In the 2018 edition, Karl Kwok broke the race and multihull record with his MOD 70 Beau Geste with an elapsed time of 38h 30m 07s. The Monohull record is held by RP66 Alive with an elapsed time of 47h 31m 08s.

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