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14th RORC Caribbean 600 : Pyewacket 70 announced Overall WinnerThe Royal Ocean Racing Club announce that the overall winner of the 14th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600 is Roy P. Disney’s Pyewacket 70 (USA). None of the teams still racing under IRC has any realistic chance of beating Pyewacket 70 after time correction. The Pyewacket 70 team will be presented with the RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy at (...)
Transat Lanzarote - Grenada
RORC Transatlantic Race : Giovanni Soldini’s Maserati Multi70 sets a new Multihull Race Record of 05 days 05 hours 46 mins 26 secsOn Friday 13th January 2023 at 19:46:26 UTC, Giovanni Soldini’s Maserati Multi70 Multi70 #multi70 took Multihull Line Honours in the 2023 RORC Transatlantic Race. Maserati’s elapsed time sets a new Multihull Race Record Record #sailingrecord for the RORC Transatlantic Race of 5 days 5 hours 46 mins 26 secs, smashing the (...)
RORC | Imoca, Class40, IRC
Sevenstar Round Britain & Ireland Race : Pip Hare’s crew took Line HonoursIMOCA Imoca #IMOCA Medallia, skippered by Pip Hare, took Line Honours in the Sevenstar Round Britain & Ireland Race in an elapsed time of 10 days 13 hours 23 minutes and 22 seconds. High pressure had dominated the early part of the race causing the Medallia team to take over seven days to get to Muckle Flugga. The second half of the (...)
Rolex Fastnet Race 2019: Victory in IRC Three and in the Two Handed class for Alexis Loison and Jean-Pierre Kelbert on JPK 10.30 LéonOne hundred and seventy one teams in the Rolex Fastnet Race were taking part in IRC Three and IRC Four, close to half of the record Record #sailingrecord -breaking fleet. For these smaller/slower boats endurance is key as they spend four days or more days at sea. The passionate, international collective who complete the arduous task can (...)
Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race: Phil Sharp’s Class40 take the gunPhil Sharp’s Class40 Imerys Clean Energy has taken line honours in the 2018 Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race in an elapsed time of 8 days 4 hours 14 minutes 49 seconds, winning the Class40 Division and setting a new world record Record #sailingrecord in the race for yachts 40ft or under (subject to ratification). The team (...)
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The Transat 2020: City of Plymouth confirmed as start venueBritain’s Ocean City, Plymouth, has won the bid to host the start of the next edition of The Transat The Transat #thetransat #ostar in 2020, the first and oldest single-handed transatlantic race in history.
Transat Jacques Vabre: Phil Sharp wins Class40 start and gets his jamonA pumped up Phil Sharp and Pablo Santurde (Imerys Clean Energy) – the Anglo-Spanish pair – were first across the line in the Class40 as the 13th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre Transat Jacques Vabre #TJV2015 2017 started at 13:35 (French time) from its home in Le Havre, in Normandy, France today (Sunday). Beautiful light (...)
Gaetano Mura around the world : record attempt abandonedGaetano Mura’s dream ends in Fremantle, in Western Australia, where Italia arrived on December 31st, affected by several damages. In the Australian port the issues have been assessed and the verdict was unequivocal: Italia needs to stop for more than just some hours. Not only the satellite system needs to be repaired, but some structural (...)
Normandy Channel race : Pablo Santurde - Fidel Turienzo winners in OuistrehamAll hail to the fleet of Class40 sailors competing in the 7th edition of the Normandy Channel Race and the dazzling performance by the Spanish crew on Talès II, Pablo Santurde and Fidel Turienzo, who secured a win after a brave fight in what proved to be a particularly gruelling race, both in sporting terms and meteorologically. Engaged in a (...)
The Transat bakerly 2016 sets sail on one of the greatest race courses of them allThe 25 boats in The Transat The Transat #thetransat #ostar bakerly 2016 fleet set sail today on one of the great races in solo sailing, the 3,050-nautical mile passage across the north Atlantic from Plymouth to New York.
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