The Rolex Fastnet Race’s organisers, the Royal Ocean Racing Club, have decided to rearrange the order of Sunday’s start times
Given the conditions, the Rolex Fastnet Race’s organisers, the Royal Ocean Racing Club, have decided to rearrange the order of Sunday’s start times.
N over A has been displayed Friday morning at Cowes . . . There will be NO Racing today – See overall results here
Cowes Week competitors enjoyed tight and energetic racing Thursday, day 6, in brisk southerly winds building ahead of a weather front.
Final preparations are being made for Sunday’s start (8 August) of the world’s biggest offshore yacht race, the Rolex Fastnet Race, with 355 boats entered
This morning is another with very light airs.
The general postponement signal came down at 13:00, with the first starts getting underway from the Royal Yacht Squadron line in a predominately east-south-easterly breeze of 8-10 knots at 14:00
Day 3 of Cowes Week saw a change in the weather, with shifty east and south-easterly breezes replacing the westerlies of the first two days, saw new boats coming to the fore in many fleets today
Second day of Cowes Week and there are long sunny spells on the water and it’s feeling warmer than Saturday.
Teams racing Two-Handed in IRC Four dominated the overall results for the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Channel Race
The Royal Ocean Racing Club Season’s Points Championship continues with the Channel Race, which will start on Saturday 24 July from the RYS Line, Cowes
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.