RORC Transatlantic Race
DATE: Saturday 9th January 2021
COURSE: Lanzarote - Grenada
DISTANCE (nm): 2995
The seventh edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race takes the competitors through the islands of the Canaries, with their reputation for large acceleration zones and big waves, before heading out across the Atlantic Ocean to a finish off Quarantine Point on the east coast of Grenada
Date: Saturday 9th January 2021
Course: Lanzarote - Grenada
Distance (nm): 2995
Starting from the beautiful island of Lanzarote in the Canaries, this year will be the seventh edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race organised in conjunction with the International Maxi Association. Before the race, boats will be hosted by Puerto Calero Marina and will enjoy evenings of local entertainment. Once started, boats will wind their way through the scenic Canary Islands before setting out west across the Atlantic for glorious trade wind sailing. Nearly 3000 miles later they will arrive in Grenada to be greeted in style by the sunshine and local hospitality during their stay in the Camper Nicholsons Port Louis Marina. The RORC Transatlantic Race is the must do competitive race for boats looking do the Caribbean season.
Head over to the Race Minsite on http://rorctransatlantic.rorc.org/ for Race Updates, Blogs, Videos and more.
Offshore Special Regulations
Category 1 with satellite phone