Inter Club Yacht Race Series 2017
Date: Throughout 2017, see below
Cost: £110.00 per person, (£125.00 for Ceuta races)
This is the sixth year of the inter club race series
Flights from UK only £23.99 with Monarch.
Inter Club Yacht Race Series 2017
Real Club Maritimo Sotogrande have announced the dates of the sixth inter club yacht race series for 2017.
21 JANUARY 2017- ROYAL GIBRALTAR YACHT CLUB
18 FEBRUARY 2017- CLUB MARÍTIMO LINENSE
18 MARCH 2017- cancelled REAL CLUB NAUTICO ESTEPONA
08 APRIL 2017- ALCAIDESA MARINA
06 MAY 2017- REAL CLUB MARÍTIMO SOTOGRANDE
17 JUNE 2017- REAL CLUB NAUTICO ALGECIRAS
08 JULY 2017- CLUB NAUTICO CAS CEUTA
16 SEPTEMBER 2017- CLUB DE VELA VENDAVAL CEUTA
07 OCTOBER 2017- CLUB NAUTICO SALADILLO
11 NOVEMBER 2017- RCN LA LINEA
The interclub yacht race series is ideal for people looking to “have a go” at racing at low cost and without the pressure or stress of a full on serious league race. With races scheduled once a month throughout the year they make a great social event as well as fun sailing. They will also act as ideal training days for forthcoming regattas. Price for the full day is only £110.00, this includes dinner and drinks in the host yacht clubs after racing. Ceuta races will include sailing over Friday evening and returning on Saturday evening or Sunday morning accomodation onboard both nights if reqd.
Please contact us to secure a place on board.
Race 1 La Linea- 5th place
Race 2 La Linea – 3rd place
Race 3 Ceuta – 3rd place
Race 4 Sotogrande – 3rd Place
- Race 1 La Linea – Race cancelled
- RCN La Linea – Seawolf 1st in class and 1st overall
- Ceuta – DNF
- 26th November Club de Vela Ceuta – Seawolf finished 1st overall in this one.
- 14th January Club Nautico Saladillo Algeciras – Seawolf 1st overall again.
- 25th February Club Maritimo la Linea – Seawolf 2nd place
- 24th March RCM Sotogrande – Weather forced race to be cancelled
- 21st April RCN Estapona – Fully booked
- 26th May RCN La Linea
- TBC June CAS Ceuta
- TBC July Marina Alcaidesa
- TBC RCN Algeciras
Final result for Seawolf 3rd place overall.
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