Tom Kneen’s JPK 11.80 Sunrise has been crowned overall winner of the Rolex Fastnet Race. Kneen is the first British winner of the race since Charles Dunstone and his maxi Nokia Enigma in 2003.
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.
The Royal Ocean Racing Club Season’s Points Championship continues with the De Guingand Bowl Race, which will start on Saturday 26 June from the RYS Line, Cowes.
No racing on the final day of Royal Ocean Racing Club IRC National Championship. The IRC Class leaders after six races remain unchanged
The RORC IRC Class National Championship leaders after three races: Niklas Zennström’s FAST40+ Rán, Stuart Sawyer’s J/121 Black Dog, and Adam Gosling’s JPK 1080 Yes!
Tom Kneen’s JPK 1180 Sunrise scored the best corrected time under IRC to win the Morgan Cup.
David Collins’ Botin IRC52 Tala took Line Honours and the Myth of Malham Cup for the best corrected time under IRC
127 boats expected to start from the Royal Yacht Squadron Line for the 230nm Myth of Malham Race around the Eddystone Lighthouse this weekend
The Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Vice Admiral’s Cup came to a conclusion on Sunday 23 May after two days of racing in fresh to feisty conditions in the Solent.
With 450+ yachts entered in this year’s 49th edition of the Rolex Fastnet Race, the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s biennial flagship event has consolidated its position as the biggest offshore yacht race in the world