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The Cowes- Dinard – St Malo race is one of the oldest events in the RORC racing calendar. The race will provide the team with a varied and interesting course, as once we’ve have headed west out of the Solent, our first natural race markers are the amazing Channel Islands, which often prove challenging to negotiate as we fly towards the Breton Coast.
Being 151 n.mile, this is a great opportunity to gain and develop your skills and knowledge and will add to your nautical miles which will allow you to compete ad fastnet.
Famous for being a fishing town, depending on how the race goes, we hope to explore the streets, soak in the atmosphere and enjoy their specialities, food! Before crusing back to Hamble
We recommend you arrive the day/night before.
*** The Cowes-Dinard – St Malo 2024 Race has been confirmed for July 4th, however, the exact schedule has yet to be released. We do not believe the dates below will be altered, but please occasionally check this page as we will be updating it as soon as the full official schedule is released.
4th July. 1st Signal 1450
The Cowes-Dinard – St Malo 2024 Race has been confirmed for July 4th, however, the exact schedule has yet to be released. We do not believe the dates below will be altered, but please occasionally check this page as we will be updating it as soon as the full official schedule is released.
10:00 – Meet at the boat in hamble where we’ll prepare for the race and set off for a quick practice.
14:50 – First Signal
With a 151 mile race we should arrive in St Malo approximately 24 hrs after departure (weather dependent)
We’ll rest here briefly, use the facilities and depart for Hamble
All being well, we’ll be back in Hamble on Sunday evening, we may arrive back into Hamble on Monday so please ensure you don’t have any priory commitments for this day.