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11th June 2022 to 23rd June 2022

Beneteau 40.7: Round Ireland Race Campaign 2022

£1500 per person

Deposit £500. Balance due 12wks before race start.
Fast sailing, rocky coastlines, salty sea spray, and bracing winds; this can all be found when living the simple life on board a Beneteau 40.7.

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Pay a deposit of £500.00 per item
Suited to
Couples, Individuals, Groups
Languages spoken onboard
English
Difficulty
Some sailing experience required
Nights onboard
10
Vessel type
Beneteau 40.7
Vessel length
40ft
Skipper
Professional skipper
Berth Style
Single bunks
Insurance Required
Yes

Race a Beneteau 40.7 yacht around the rugged coast of Ireland in this thrilling adventure for the Round Ireland Race

DELIVERY PASSAGE: Approximately 5 days: 11 - 15 June 2022

TRAINING: 2 days: 16 - 17 June 2022

RACE: 5 nights: 18 June - 23 June 2022

Campaign Includes: 5 day delivery, 2 training days, and SSE Renewables Round Ireland Race

PLEASE NOTE: You can join the boat at a later date either in Wicklow or in Torquay. Please contact us at booking@kraken.travel if you wish to.

Arrival in Hamble & Departure for Milebuilder delivery

Arrive in Hamble and welcome on the yacht at Port Hamble Marina. Meet your skipper and crew at 10.00am, followed by a safety brief and an overview of the mile builder route to Wicklow. You will spend the morning getting to know your crew, followed by provisioning, getting the boat ready and leaving at 12.00pm for the overnight sail to Torquay.

Arrival in Torquay

After the first leg from Hamble, the plan is to arrive in Torquay in the evening for a nice dinner and some rest before the rest of the mile builder delivery.

Departure from Torquay & Milebuilder Delivery to Ireland

After a further safety brief and getting the boat ready, departure will be at 12.00pm towards Wicklow.

Arrival in Wicklow & Boat Prep

After arrival in Wicklow, a shower and some food the skipper will outline the maintenance and training programme for the next 2 days in preparation for the race.

Training Day 1 & 2

You will continue to get the boat and the crew ready for the race and commence with race training to make a proper race team out of the crew.

Race Start

13.00pm Race start. Starting at Wicklow, leave Ireland and all its islands excluding Rockall to starboard.

Race-Finish

Typically, and dependent on the weather it takes about 5 days to get around the approximately 704nm course. With a watch system, you will get more experience of what it means to participate in a race while sharing the excitement and the sense of achievement with your crew members when finally crossing that finish line.

Prize-giving

Celebrate your efforts with your crew and the other participants at the Prizegiving and final party.

  • Professional Skipper
  • Three delivery days & two days of training
  • Race fees
  • Food, fuel and mooring fees
  • Travel to and from the boats
  • Food ashore
  • Personal/cancellation insurance
  • Some sailing experience is required.
  • A good level of fitness is recommended.

Hamble, England

Wicklow, Ireland

Arrival in Hamble & Departure for Milebuilder delivery

Arrive in Hamble and welcome on the yacht at Port Hamble Marina. Meet your skipper and crew at 10.00am, followed by a safety brief and an overview of the mile builder route to Wicklow. You will spend the morning getting to know your crew, followed by provisioning, getting the boat ready and leaving at 12.00pm for the overnight sail to Torquay.

Arrival in Torquay

After the first leg from Hamble, the plan is to arrive in Torquay in the evening for a nice dinner and some rest before the rest of the mile builder delivery.

Departure from Torquay & Milebuilder Delivery to Ireland

After a further safety brief and getting the boat ready, departure will be at 12.00pm towards Wicklow.

Arrival in Wicklow & Boat Prep

After arrival in Wicklow, a shower and some food the skipper will outline the maintenance and training programme for the next 2 days in preparation for the race.

Training Day 1 & 2

You will continue to get the boat and the crew ready for the race and commence with race training to make a proper race team out of the crew.

Race Start

13.00pm Race start. Starting at Wicklow, leave Ireland and all its islands excluding Rockall to starboard.

Race-Finish

Typically, and dependent on the weather it takes about 5 days to get around the approximately 704nm course. With a watch system, you will get more experience of what it means to participate in a race while sharing the excitement and the sense of achievement with your crew members when finally crossing that finish line.

Prize-giving

Celebrate your efforts with your crew and the other participants at the Prizegiving and final party.

Waterproof or soft kit bag (no

hard cases with wheels)

Complete set of dry clothes

Passport

Sleeping bag

Hat and gloves

Sun cream

Any medication you require

Seasickness pills

Water bottle

Warm layers

Safety knife

Headtorch

Sailing boots

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