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St Malo

RORC Cowes - St Malo Race

RORC Cowes - St Malo Race

Royal Ocean Racing Club Cowes-Dinard-St Malo Race, Friday 10 -12 July 2015

A  Friday lunchtime start to this race, with St Malo being one of the most popular RORC destination races. A truly classic race, first held in 1906 attracting a fleet of around 200 on a Fastnet year.

The race ends in the wonderful walled ciy of St Malo and ties in with the Franch Bastille day celebrations with Fireworks and fun.

An eastward start out of the Solent then across the channel leaving the Casquets and Les Hanois buoy, to port before the final leg into the walled city of St Malo. The course distance is approximately 164 miles.

Depending on locking times will mean arriving back in the UK late Sunday early Monday morning, but a race well worth going for, plenty of time for extra training tips on the return trip. Plenty of time to take in the sights of this lovely French fishing port.

Course

Course

An eastward start out of the Solent then across the channel leaving the Casquets and Les Hanois buoy, to port before the final leg into the walled city of St Malo. The course distance is approximately 164 miles. Stamina and sail trim are the key to this race

What's included

What's included

Onboard Racing will cover

Weekend includes

Crew positions and teamwork

Experienced racing skipper and 3 crew

Sail Trimming both upwind and downwind

Onboard food whilst racing

Boat Speed

Accommodation onboard

Helming to a compass course

Wet weather gear

Race tactics and boat handling

Mooring fees

60’ Racer / Corby 45

General Boat expenses