The CYCA will endeavour to reschedule this year’s race as the COVID-19 situation evolves. Read more
This will be the 51st edition of this 2225-mile biennial ocean racing classic first raced in 1906.
Possible new start dates are being reviewed in consultation with current entries and weather experts.
With the start scheduled for August 30, organisers are gambling on travel restrictions being lifted in time for the sailors to get their boats to Saint Brieuc bay.
The CYCA will look to stage the race, reintroduced in 2018 following a 20-year hiatus, in June 2021
"We will continue to monitor the pandemic and keep those who race with us fully informed in good time about the next races in the RORC Season's Point Championship."
The event was to have been a substitute for the postponed Fremantle to Bali Race and Rally.
n light of the Corvid 19 virus, the Newport Ocean Racing Association’s Board of Directors unanimously voted to reschedule the 73rd annual Newport to Ensenada Yacht International Race until April 23, 2021.
The crew are currently under quarantine in Subic Bay, Philippines, where the Clipper Race fleet has been berthed since Sunday 15 March.
On Saturday, the 22nd February, Bill Hatfield became the oldest man to sail around the world solo and non-stop.
After consultation with both the Governments of Antigua & Barbuda and Bermuda over the COVID-19 pandemic, we regret to announce the 2020 Antigua Bermuda Race has been cancelled.
wo entries in this year's 73rd edition of the race describe their interest in DH racing from different perspectives:
This route is more compact at 38,000 nautical miles and with two less stopovers compared with the last race but it includes two significant Southern Ocean legs.
With a weighting of four in the IMOCA Globe Series, this 3500-mile solo race, essentially sailed downwind, will be the ideal way for the competitors to warm up.
Double-handed racing is fast becoming à la mode in Australia, and Jeanneau Sun Fast 3600’s like Maverick are topping the podium at events in Australia and overseas.