fbpx

30th April 2021 to 2nd May 2021

RORC Cervantes Trophy 2021

£395 Per person

Deposit Strict. Payment in full.
Kick off the RORC offshore season with this great opening race
Pay a 50% deposit per item
Suited to
Couples, Individuals, Groups
Difficulty
Some sailing experience required
Nights onboard
2
Vessel type
Volvo 70 (gen 2) - Telefonica Black
Vessel length
70ft
Skipper
Yes
Berth Style
This is a race yacht, so no airs and graces. Berths are hot bunking.
Insurance Required
Yes

Kick off the RORC offshore season with this great opening race.

2 Nights: 30 April - 02 May 2021

£395 per person

This race is more of a sprint than a marathon, with you covering between 110 and 160 nautical miles as you race from Cowes to Le Harve in France (via marks in the Channel). After the race, enjoy the short cruise back to Cowes.

Embark: Friday 30th April (pm), Portsmouth, UK

Disembark: Sunday 02nd May (pm), Portsmouth, UK

Arrive in at the yacht on Friday night to meet and eat with the rest of your crew. Then it’s an early start on Saturday to head to the start line off Cowes.

The first offshore race of the domestic season finishes in the second busiest port in France, Le Havre. Depending on the weather conditions, the race may include various marks along the way. It always provides a good shakedown and sets you up well for the season. Overlooking the finish line, the Société des Régates du Havre hosts the finish with great food and a warm welcome.

Weather and tide dependent, we may drop into Le Havre for some R&R before the delivery cruise back to your home port.

  • A place on the race crew
  • Professional Race Skipper and First Mate
  • Food, fuel, race entry and mooring fees
  • Wet weather gear
  • Travel to or from the boats
  • Food ashore
  • Some sailing experience is required.
  • A good level of fitness recommended.

Solent

Solent

Embark: Friday 30th April (pm), Portsmouth, UK

Disembark: Sunday 02nd May (pm), Portsmouth, UK

Arrive in at the yacht on Friday night to meet and eat with the rest of your crew. Then it’s an early start on Saturday to head to the start line off Cowes.

The first offshore race of the domestic season finishes in the second busiest port in France, Le Havre. Depending on the weather conditions, the race may include various marks along the way. It always provides a good shakedown and sets you up well for the season. Overlooking the finish line, the Société des Régates du Havre hosts the finish with great food and a warm welcome.

Weather and tide dependent, we may drop into Le Havre for some R&R before the delivery cruise back to your home port.