With less than a month before the start of the 2021 Rolex Fastnet Race, IRC Three boasts the largest class competing with 88 teams entered from at least 10 different countries.
Among many hot boats in IRC Two will be the JPK 11.80, big brother to the JPK 10.10 Night and Day and 10.80 Courrier Du Leon, which won the Rolex Fastnet Races in 2013 and 2015 respectively.
IRC One will be one of the toughest battlegrounds within the Rolex Fastnet Race, and the French will be a hard act to beat.
120 boats competed in the 2021 Cowes Dinard St Malo Race. The historic race, which dates back to 1906, was won overall by RORC Commodore James Neville’s HH42 Ino XXX.
IRC Zero represents the glamour end of the keelboat fleet in the Rolex Fastnet Race.
The Royal Ocean Racing Club's Season's Points Championship continues this weekend with a spectacular fleet of over 130 boats of all shapes and sizes, racing from Cowes to St Malo.
A major clash of the titans will take place between two of the world’s fastest maxi-monohulls at August’s Rolex Fastnet Race.
In August a record fleet of 450 boats is expected to be on the start line of the world’s largest offshore yacht race, the Rolex Fastnet Race.
The Royal Ocean Racing Club’s De Guingand Bowl Race started in light conditions, with the wind speed increasing later in the race to about 15 knots and veering south.
The Royal Ocean Racing Club Season’s Points Championship continues with the De Guingand Bowl Race, which will start on Saturday June 26th from the RYS Line, Cowes.