RORC Offshore Racing
RORC (Royal Ocean Racing Club) organise of some of the most prestigious offshore racing events, including the Rolex Fastnet Race. RORC races are a fantastic way to spend a weekend. With races to St Malo, Le Havre, Cherbourg and Guernsey to name a few, each race has it own characteristics and share of challenges.
230nm race to Eddystone Light house off Plymouth, starting and finishing in the Solent.
100-140nm race to the Channel Island of Guernsey.
175nm race to the walled city of St Malo on the Brittany coast.
100-140nm race starting and finishing in the Solent with a course set to the prevailing conditions.
This iconic 600nm race is to the Fastnet light house off Ireland, finishing in Plymouth.
Starting from and finishing in Antigua the route zig-zags around 11 Caribbean Islands – 600nm of interesting and exciting racing.
Undoubtedly one of the most spectacular 600nm races in the World combining awe-inspiring scenery with warm waters and competitive offshore racing.
A shorthanded Category 3 off shore race. Team Rho (five sailors) will sail from Barmouth to Fort William. En route the race stops for pairs of runners to run three mountain marathons up Snowdon, Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis. Team Rho compete in the Tilman Trophy and so at least four of the sailors need to summit one mountain. This race also permits rowing.
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