The Notice of Race for the 2019 Double Handed National Championships has been released.
With 40 knots of wind speed recorded during the race, the 2019 RORC De Guingand Bowl was undoubtedly a tough test for both the crews and competing yachts.
The Royal Ocean Racing Club's De Guingand Bowl, is the sixth race of the 2019 RORC Season's Points Championship.
Among the 300-350 boats in this August's record-sized Rolex Fastnet Race fleet, many of the 3,000 crew members are competing to fulfil a personal challenge or to tick the world's largest offshore race off their 'bucket list', but several crews are also using the Royal Ocean Racing Club's premier event to convey a special message, or support a chosen charity.
The 2019 Royal Ocean Racing Club's North Sea Race was won by Ker 43 Baraka GP sailed by Harmen De Graaf (NED).
The Royal Ocean Racing Club's 2019 North Sea Race has attracted 79 boats for the 1100 BST start on Friday 31 May.
The Royal Ocean Racing Club's Myth of Malham Race, with 138 boats competing, produced a thrilling finish for overall victory.
This bank holiday weekend, 140 yachts, with over 900 crew from all over the world, will be competing in the Royal Ocean Racing Club's Myth of Malham Race.
Unless there is a flat calm, it is very likely that the outright record will fall in this August’s edition of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s premium event, the Rolex Fastnet Race. For leading the charge in the world’s biggest offshore yacht race, with a fleet of 300-350 competing, will be the world’s fastest offshore boats – the Ultimes.
The second day of racing at the Vice Admiral’s Cup delivered four short, sharp races that tested the 72 competing boats and hundreds of sailors over a wide range of conditions.