The race is organised jointly between the Société Nautique de la Trinité sur Mer (SNT) and the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) and sees a fleet race from La Trinité to Cowes.
Departure & Return Location
28th June Mile Builder to La Trinité
2nd July Race Starts
Accommodation on board (shared cabins)
Meals at sea (self service)
Certified Professional Skipper
Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
Insurance for the yacht
Personal locating beacon
Shore based accommodation
Personal insurance (we recommend Topsail)
T-Shirt with your national flag
What to Expect
Professional InstructionOur Skippers are experienced instructors that make every crew member feel welcome and tailor their delivery to the experience and style of the crew
Competitive boatAlthough the taking part is often fun, we believe the full experience comes from pushing ourselves to the max and competing with other boats on the water with a view to win
High safety standardsMaintaining and equipping a yacht to a high standard is not an easy task. No expense is spared in ensuring the best equipment is selected and repairs are undertaken quickly and proficiently.
No PassengersAlthough we are happy to provide sight seeing adventures, this experience is a regatta so you can expect to be actively involved in sailing the boat, there isn't any rail meat on our boats.
28th June-1st JulyMile Builder to La Trinite
There’s an optional mile builder that takes us to the start of the race.
2nd of July 2023La Trinité Cowes Race
La Trinité Cowes Race is a 350 mile race (one of the longest in the RORC calendar) , you can join us to the start of the race or meet us in France for the race back.