Offshore Week 2015

RESULTS as they come available can be found here


 

 Links to Documents

Crew list2015

SI’s Offshore 15 V 15.06

NOR Channel Race 2015

NOR Offshore 2015

Offshore&Channel Race Entry Form 2015


2015 Itinerary all times U.T.

DAY DATE START FINISH
Friday 3th July Torquay St Peter Port
Saturday 4th July St Peter  Port  Lay Day
Sunday 5th July St Peter Port (HW 08:42) Carteret HW (08:30)
Monday 6th July Carteret HW (09:15) St Helier HW (09:15)
Tuesday 7th July St Helier HW (10:05)  Granville HW (09:40)
Wednesday 8th July Granville HW (10:35) Lay day
Thursday 9th July Granville HW (11:40) St Helier HW (11:50)
Friday 10th July St Helier HW (12:55) St Peter Port HW (13:07)
 Saturday 11th July ST Peter Port  Channel Light

The Offshore Week is a flotilla style race week combining racing, cruising and social activities. The itinerary takes into account yachts and sailors of wide ranging ages and abilities.Saved1-1r

It has grown over 20 years to become a highly successful, enjoyable and well supported event. Typically attracting over 20 Yachts with combined crew over a hundred. (now limited to 25 Yachts)

The Royal Torbay Yacht Club links up with the South Devon Combined Yacht Clubs and attract yachts from Plymouth, Salcombe, Dartmouth, the Exe Estuary, Teignmouth and Torbay. Racing competitively in offshore mode, fully equipped and all living aboard and experiencing some of the wildly differing tidal and coastal regimes of the Channel Islands, North Brittany and Normandy.

Although the majority take the racing very seriously (what sailor doesn’t?), it’s not all about racing, many family crewed boats attend for whom the cruising
destinations are the draw. Social activities take place most evenings and include, elaborate fancy dress nights, karaoke, quizzes, treasure hunts, sports and not least of all the opportunity to discuss the days sailing over a beer with friends new and old.

The region sailed is challenging. The value of sailing as a fleet provides some reassurance especially to those who have not crossed the Channel before and are able to benefit from the company and guidance of veterans.

Yachts can be IRC or Non IRC rated. From 25 to 45 feet, maximum draft 2.5m the racing requires all yachts to be equipped and qualify for ISAF Special Regulation Category 3 with life raft. Click on the link below to see the details. However this is all about safety and we should all be sailing to this safety level whenever we cross the Channel.

In addition to our traditional first stop St Peter Port we hope to include visits to St Hellier, Granville, Carteret and Alderney.

So if you are interested from any club anywhere then please make contact. The racing is not limited to local boats alone.

Link to Offshore Special Regulations etc

Offshore 2015 will depart Torbay on Friday the 3rd of July and return on Saturday 11th.

E mail phil@philmeek.co.uk admin@rtyc.org