The Solent was star of the show on day one of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s annual IRC National Championship
The overall winner racing under IRC for the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Myth of Malham Race was the British HH42, raced by the RORC Commodore James Neville.
The RORC Rating Office has launched a new technical focussed website to show its extensive technical role within the sport of yacht racing and safety
Overall winner for the North Sea Race under IRC was the Dutch JPK 1180 Il Corvo owned by Astrid de Vin and skippered by Roeland Franssens.
Stunning final day for 2022 RORC Vice Admiral’s Cup with a change in wind direction to an east-southeasterly that progressively strengthened to 10-11 knots, along with more glorious sunshine for the 50 teams competing.
The British Sun Fast 3300 Atomic, co-skippered by Gareth Edmondson & Hugh Brayshaw, won the RORC De Guingand Bowl overall.
The first race of the domestic season for the RORC Season’s Points Championship was a tricky light airs dash across the English Channel to Le Havre.
Classic Solent conditions prevailed for the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s first inshore regatta of the 2022 season
The Easter treats continued for close to 300 hundred sailors taking part in the RORC Easter Challenge . . . Three races were completed for all three IRC Classes
The first day of the RORC Easter Challenge – The RORC Race Committee led by Steve Cole held a number of practice starts, followed by three short, sharp windward leeward races.
Overall winner of the 2022 RORC Caribbean 600 is Christopher Sheahan’s Pac52 Warrior Won (USA)