Rolex Fastnet Race
19 May - 26 August 2019
The biennial Rolex Fastnet Race is the highlight of the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) race calendar. As notorious for the unpredictable tidal and weather conditions as for the beauty of the scenery of the 608-mile course, the Rolex Fastnet Race is acknowledged as one of the world’s classic ocean races and attracts entrants from all over the world. The course takes the competitors from Cowes on the Isle of Wight, west along the south coast of England to Land’s End, across the often-tempestuous Celtic Sea to round the Fastnet Rock off the south western tip of Ireland, returning to finish off Plymouth. Skill levels vary from seasoned ocean racers to novices keen to learn.
Clipper Event’s experience of training crew for the Clipper Round the World Yacht Races ensures that our crews are safe and competitive from the outset.
The land and water based sail training allows entrants to learn to work together as a team, to practice safety drills and race manoeuvres and get used to life on board.
* Two qualifying races
* Fastnet Race
* Welcome Crew dinner and food provisions and refreshments during the on-water training and races
* Professional Skipper and Mate on board for all of the on water training & race
* World Sailing (formally ISAF) Offshore Safety Course
* Personal accident insurance benefits
* Branded crew jacket and polo shirt
Please note, as this is not a race for novices some additional training may be required depending on experience, and will be considered on a case by case basis.
This itinerary has not been confirmed and is a guide as to the time commitment required.
|19 - 24 June 2017||RORC Morgan Cup Race and training|
|TBC||Offshore Safety Course (2 days)|
|25 – 29 July 2017||RORC Channel Race and training|
|17 & 18 August 2017||RORC Fastnet Race Prep|
|18 August 2017||Fastnet Race Start (expected 4 days)|
|25- 26 August 2017||Estimated arrival back into Gosport|
Please note: all qualifying race are required to be completed by all crew.
*Discounts are available for CRYC members
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Any team requiring motivation or having difficulties bonding would benefit from a day like today, as everyone needs to know when to assert themselves or when to simply stand back and let others take the helm.
Thank you for a very well received two days last week. The event completely achieved what it set out to do, and I have to say, I think it was our most successful event so far. I was very impressed…
I will definitely be booking a Clipper Events race day for my key clients. You can’t beat that joint commitment of mucking in with the most physically demanding tasks. I also loved being the one told what to do for…
The Clipper Race team were very helpful and informative. The overall feedback from all those that participated on the day was very positive and all enquired about next year! Finally the Nautica watches were very well received by the winning…
I can whole-heartedly recommend Clipper Events as one of the best corporate sailing firms I have experienced. Their round the world fleet makes for a unique and thrilling sailing experience. The yachts are perfect for team-building for both experienced and…
The calibre of staff both on and off the water is very high. The skipper and mates are always enthusiastic and professional. A level of professionalism that is hard to find elsewhere in the sailing industry. With the size of…
The whole event was a spectacular success for us as a business and for our personal enjoyment, rounded off with an enjoyable evening.
Yes it was a fantastic day out! Good group of clients, everybody joined in and all seemed to enjoy themselves! The Clipper team were great too, well organised, good venue, breakfast, briefings, lunch, etc and of course the boat was…
An amazing weekend of sailing. Great skipper and crew. I will be recommending this to all at BNP. A great way to bring our team from across Europe together. Very memorable, very exciting.
In twenty years of sailing, the experience I had yesterday was up there in the top ten of fantastic sailing days that I can possibly remember.