The Offshore Racing Congress (ORC), the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) and the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS) are pleased to announce the next biennial ORC/IRC World Championship will be held in Porto Cervo, Sardinia, Italy.
The 13th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600 is scheduled to start off Fort Charlotte, Antigua on Monday 22nd February 2021.
In the last of three features on RORC women members competing in the Vendée Globe, Pip Hare shares her thoughts with James Boyd in the build-up to the start.
For those of us fortunate enough to know RORC member Miranda Merron, her entry in this year’s Vendée Globe came as a great surprise.
In the lead up to the Vendée Globe start on 8 November, we are featuring RORC women members who are sailing in the race, starting this week with Sam Davies and followed by Miranda Merron and Pip Hare.
Richard Palmer’s JPK 10.10 Jangada, raced by Jeremy Waitt and Shirley Robertson, won the final race of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s 2-H Autumn Series to take overall victory in the three-race series.
James Harayda & Dee Caffari, racing Sun Fast 3300 Gentoo, have won the second race of the RORC IRC Two-Handed Autumn Series.
Moving to Cherbourg for the finish of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s premier event, the Rolex Fastnet Race next year will see navigators and crews facing a few significant new challenges.
Day two of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s IRC Nationals on the central-eastern Solent was held in similar near perfect conditions to Friday, the wind starting stronger, and increasing to 16 knots mid-afternoon.
The central Solent delivered on the opening day of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s IRC National Championship.