After a tight start to the RC44 Championship Tour in the BVI nine weeks ago where Team Aqua snatched victory from Peninsula Petroleum, the 12 teams resume racing for round two at
The RORC's UK racing season kicked off this weekend with the Easter Challenge on the Solent
Blistering sunshine, great visibility and a stiff, consistent breeze - sadly none of this featured on the final day of racing at the RORC Easter Challenge.
With several classes still up for grabs, crews going into the final day of racing at Les Voiles de St. Barth were eager to get on the race course and best the score.
If good training regattas are ones held in the widest range of conditions, then the RORC Easter Challenge is scoring highly.
Competitors at Les Voiles de St Barth headed back to the race course today after enjoying the regatta’s traditional lay day yesterday, which gave them a chance to indulge in the French island
Spring was definitely in the air for the opening day of racing at the RORC Easter Challenge, with a warm sun, but a chilly, very shifty northeasterly blowing off the mainland shore at Lee on Solent
The RORC also welcomes a new Principal Race Officer to the Easter Challenge (and also to the IRC National Championship and Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup) in Olympic Finn sailor and double Etchells
Artemis Racing has announced it's latest design team signings in: Vincent Lauriot Prévost, Simon Watin, Juan Garay and Matthew Davis, who will join the design team as Artemis Racing prepares
The Weather Gods had promised more breeze for day 2 of Les Voiles de St.