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140 yachts registered for this weekend's #RaceTheWight! 🙌🏼 - We can barely contain our excitement! Here's a look at some of the teams racing this weekend. Race the Wight will be the first of a four-race RORC mini-series during August and September. - Starting from the Royal Yacht Squadron line in Cowes, the 50-nautical mile race begins on Saturday, August 1st. The fleet will race anti-clockwise, heading westwards towards Yarmouth, leaving the Solent and rounding the famous Needles Lighthouse before making their way along south-west coast of the Island to St. Catherine's Point before crossing Sandown Bay to round the Bembridge Ledge. The fleet then makes its way either side of No Man's Land Fort and across Osborne Bay to the finish line back at Cowes. - Entry fees will be donated to the @scaramouchest and the @nhswebsite Charities. - #RaceTheWight #RORCracing #WeWillRaceAgain 📸 @paulwyethphotography / @kurtarrigo / Tim Wright
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Virtual Regatta #RolexFastnetRace – Registration opens shortly! With just over one year to go until the start of the 2021 Rolex Fastnet Race, put your sailing and online gaming skills to the test by joining the Rolex Fastnet Race Virtual Regatta. Test your mettle against other competitive sailors from around the world as you battle the 695nm course from Cowes, UK to Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, France, via the legendary Fastnet Rock. Challenge friends, colleagues and family as you negotiate the course, finding the fastest route in real weather conditions; all from the comfort of your own living room. Be warned, this game gets very addictive! Online registration is open so sign up via the link in our bio. Following the new course, Virtual Regatta’s Rolex Fastnet Race will set sail at 1200 UTC on 3 August 2020. See you on the race course! ⛵️ _________ 🇫🇷 En Français Virtual Regatta #RolexFastnetRace – les inscriptions sont bientôt ouvertes! À un peu plus d'un an avant le début de la Rolex Fastnet Race 2021, alliez vos compétences en voile et jeu en ligne en rejoignant la Rolex Fastnet Race Virtual Regatta. Testez votre courage contre les marins les plus compétitifs du monde entier en affrontant le nouveau parcours, de 695 miles nautiques, au départ de Cowes, au Royaume-Uni, et à destination de Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, en France, via le légendaire Fastnet Rock. Défiez vos amis, collègues et famille sur le parcours, en trouvant l'itinéraire le plus rapide dans des conditions météorologiques réelles; le tout en restant chez vous. Attention, ce jeu peut devenir très addictif! L'inscription en ligne est ouverte, inscrivez-vous sur: http://click.virtualregatta.com/?li=5040 Ou téléchargez simplement l’application «Virtual Regatta Offshore» sur l’Apple Store / Google Play et inscrivez-vous au jeu. Découvrez le nouveau parcours de la Rolex Fastnet Race de Virtual Regatta qui s'élancera à 1200 UTC le 3 août 2020. A bientôt sur le parcours! #RolexFastnetRace #RORCracing
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

1939 Giles one-off design Whooper, pictured, will be amongst many of the vintage yachts in the fleet, including some of the smallest entries in the upcoming race around the Isle of Wight. - 2019 Quarter Ton Cup Champion Protis, with Ian Southworth on the tiler, will be able to gauge their performance against Tony Hayward’s Blackfun. Past RORC Commodore Peter Rutter will be racing his restored Half Tonner Quokka 9. - Giovanni Belgrano is part of the structural design team for INEOS Team UK for the America’s Cup and his 1939 Giles one-off design Whooper has solid form for the race. Whooper is a past winner of the Gold Roman Bowl in the ISC Round the Island Race, beating over a thousand competitors. Ross Applebey’s Oyster 48 Scarlet Oyster will also be in action and was in fine form recently winning class once again in the RORC Caribbean 600 and overall winner of 2019 RORC Cowes St Malo. - #RaceTheWight #RORCracing 📸 @paulwyethphotography
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

100 entries are expected for RORC #RaceTheWight and we couldn't be more excited to hit the water! 😁🌊 - #RaceTheWight #RORCRacing 📸 @paulwyethphotography
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

The excitement is certainly starting to build ahead of the first race of the RORC season! Race The Wight, starting on Saturday 1st August 2020, will replace the originally scheduled RORC Channel Race. - James Neville's HH42 INO XXX will be amongst ever-growing fleet ahead of the race around the Isle of Wight. This awesome shot was taken at the Commodores Cup in 2016 🌅 - The race will replace the originally scheduled Channel Race and is open to COVID-19 compliant crews following Government regulations in both the Two Handed and family/same-household classes. Race entries are required to have an IRC TCC of 0.900 and above. Visit rorc.org to enter! - #RaceTheWight #RORCracing 📸 @paulwyethphotography
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

📸 Through the Lens: Arthur Daniel - Grenada-based photographer Arthur Daniel took this shot of the Class40s as they headed off after the start of the 2019 RORC Caribbean 600 race. From Fort Charlotte, above the Pillars of Hercules that guard the entrance to the historic English Harbour, the RORC Race Team start this classic 600-mile offshore race. Arthur Daniel captured the fleet starts from ashore and in this image also managed to include his colleagues who were up in the media helicopter. Flying fast and low above the impressive Class40 fleet, videographer Roddy Grimes-Graeme (Acquafilms Antigua) and photographer Tim Wright (photoaction.com) ensured superb video and images from the race, as they have done over the past 12 years for this annual race around 11 Caribbean island. - “In the 2019 RORC Caribbean 600 there was a huge fleet of Class40s. To get this shot I had to run more than a 1/4mile down to the water’s edge (with 60 pounds of gear on my back) to get them tacking! I was lucky to get the helicopter in the shot too,” says Daniel. - “It was to be quite a match race all the way around the course for the 10 teams from France, Norway and Brazil which formed a race record entry for the Class40 Division. After two and a half days and nights of intense competition and over 600 miles of racing, it all came down to just a few minutes in the 2019 edition of the race. Catherine Pourre's French Class40 Eärendil won Line Honours for the second year in a row, defeating two of the rising stars of offshore racing who had both led for parts of the race. Aymeric Chappellier's Aïna Enfance Et Avenir was second by just 3 minutes and 20 seconds. Completing the podium was Luke Berry's Lamotte - Module Création, less than six minutes from victory!” - #ThroughTheLens #Caribbean600 @assoclass40 © @arthurdanielcreative
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

This Friday we're talking to 'Le Professeur' #MichelDesjoyeaux for the 15th edition of the #RORC Time Over Distance Series. - Michel Desjoyeaux is the only sailor to have won the Vendée Globe twice. The 2008-9 Vendée Globe will be remembered as an epic edition with dozens of different dramas and human adventures written all the way through the duration of the race. But from the point of view of pure sport, the remarkable comeback through the fleet of Michel Desjoyeaux, after he restarted and overturned a 40 hour deficit and won overall in a new record time, stands out as one of the most incredible feats in the history of the race. - Michel Desjoyeaux will be interviewed in English by Louay Habib for an hour-long show, exploring a rare talent and phenomenal career. As normal life begins to unfold once again, we'll be taking a break from the RORC Time Over Distance Series. Next week you can watch some of the best bits and hear some of the great stories we've been exploring these past 15 weeks. - #TimeOverDistance #VendeeGlobe #Sailing #IMOCA @vendeeglobe2020 @imocaglobeseries 📸 Ocean images / Vendée Globe
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

LIVE at 5 we'll be talking to @lukepatience, Olympic Silver Medallist, with a deep dive into his two previous Olympic campaigns and a look forward to Tokyo and beyond! - See you shortly, live on Facebook! #TimeOverDistance @royalyachtingassociation @470olympicsailing 📸 @britishsailing
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Tomorrow, Friday 3rd July, we'll be talking with Olympic Silver Medallist @lukepatience for the 14th edition of #TimeOverDistance. - Luke shot to fame in the 2012 London Olympic Games, winning silver for Great Britain with Stuart Bithell in the 470 Class. Luke Patience and Elliot Willis won selection for Great Britain for the 2016 Summer @olympics Games in Rio. However, six months before the event, Elliot Willis was diagnosed with bowel cancer and the team had to withdraw. - Luke teamed up with Chris Grube and requalified with less than three months to the 2016 Olympic Games. They finished fifth in Rio and have again qualified to represent Great Britain at the next Olympic Games in Tokyo. - Tune in tomorrow at 1700 LIVE on RORC Facebook. #TimeOverDistance 📸 @britishsailing
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

📸 Through the Lens @paulwyethphotography: shooting the breeze… - “Whilst I regularly shoot from helicopter and drone, there's no doubt that the RIB is far and away my go-to shooting platform and mode of transport on the water. My ancient blue RIB is a common sight on the Solent and whilst not the most comfortable of rides, its small size does mean I can get close into the action without getting in the way, or kicking up a huge wake. - “In conditions up to force 5 or 6 it's fairly easy to stay dry, but when it gets really breezy, it gets harder to keep myself and, more importantly equipment, dry. Having shot from the same boat for many years, I do get to know when a certain shape wave will get me wet and also the sound of a wave coming. Moving the boat to stay dry (ish) does almost become instinctive, but now and again I get a big one over the side! It's then all about how quickly I can turn to face away from the wave and shield the camera, or get the camera into a protective Peli case. Without the essential Peli case, camera kit won't last long on the water. One secret that I will share with you is not to worry about the expensive and rather clunky camera protective cases as more often than not, sturdy freezer bags taped round the lens, get the job done. However, don't blame me if your kit gets wet! - “When the breeze really gets up, aside from wishing I had a larger boat, one of the biggest issues is stopping the bow of the RIB from constantly being turned downwind. As I'm often driving the boat whilst shooting, I like to keep the boat pointed towards safety so should something go wrong and the yacht suddenly change course towards me, I'm not left trying to reverse out of the way at speed. Never a good move. Thinking ahead and having an escape route is totally essential and has saved me from serious incidents many times. - Read more on our website at www.rorc.org. 📸 @paulwyethphotography #ThroughTheLens
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Join us today for Volume 13 of #TimeOverDistance. At 5pm, LIVE on Facebook, we're joined by #JasonCarrington, the world-renowned professional yachtsman and boat builder. - Jason has become almost legendary for his painstaking attention to detail and his relentless ambition to build the best composite yachts for the most challenging races in the world including: Volvo 60 Assa Abloy, FAST40+ RÁN, IMOCA 60 HUGO BOSS, and AC75 Britannia. From 1993 to 2006 Jason competed in four editions of the Whitbread and Volvo Ocean Race, as well as record-breaking runs on Mike Slade’s Maxi Leopard. - Tune in at 1700 BST on the RORC Facebook Page. 📸 @ineosteamuk / @alex_thomson_racing
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

📸 Through the Lens – James Mitchell - James Mitchell is an award winning, internationally published British photographer based in Lanzarote, Canary Islands. He specialises in photographing the world's leading sports brands and athletes, but also covers commercial, documentary, editorial, action, adventure & sport photography all over the globe. - James worked with the RORC media team from the first RORC Transatlantic Race in 2014, capturing the essence of the race for the following three years. The spectacular volcanic landscape of Lanzarote was the dramatic backdrop for his images in the RORC’s longest race. The 7th edition will depart on 9th January from Calero Marinas Puerto Calero, Lanzarote, bound for Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina, Grenada. - "I shot this photo of the Italian trimaran Maserati at the start of the third RORC Transatlantic which started from Calero Marinas Marina Arrecife on Lanzarote in November 2016. At this time the Multi70 had gone through some substantial changes with rudders that allowed them to lift the stern and foils to lift the floats, allowing her to fly 'out of the water’. And boy, did she fly. We were around 10km's into the start of the race and 300 metres offshore when the wind suddenly whipped up. With Giovanni Soldini on the tiller, Maserati took flight at an insane speed; the 150hp engine on our press RIB had no chance keeping up! Within minutes, the trimaran was starting to lean onto its port side float. With the Lanzarote landscape in the distance, Maserati looked majestic as she went up on her foils. I kept shooting as she flew away from us, headed for her final destination some 3,000 nm away in Grenada," remembers James Mitchell. - © @jamesmitchell5
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Time Over Distance - Volume 13 | Jason Carrington - The 13th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Series will be with Jason Carrington, the world-renowned professional yachtsman and boat builder. - Jason has become almost legendary for his painstaking attention to detail and his relentless ambition to build the best composite yachts for the most challenging races in the world including: Volvo 60 Assa Abloy, FAST40+ RÁN, IMOCA 60 Hugo Boss, and AC75 Britannia. From 1993 to 2006 Jason competed in four editions of the Whitbread and Volvo Ocean Race, as well as record-breaking runs on Mike Slade’s Maxi Leopard. - See you at 5pm this Friday, LIVE on Facebook! - #TimeOverDistance 📸 Lloyd Images / Sportography / Rick Tomlinson / Kurt Arrigo
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Join us today at 5pm, LIVE on Facebook, for volume 12 of Time Over Distance. - For the 12th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Series we will be revealing the awe-inspiring work of the @scaramouchest. The #GreigCityAcademy in North London started the sailing project in 2016 and since then, hundreds of inner-city kids, as young as 13, have fallen in love with sailing. A select few have raced as teams in qualifying races and the last two editions of the #RolexFastnetRace, finishing on both occasions. - We all have an affinity with the sea. Every sailor has felt the forces of nature and the experience becomes compulsive. Witnessing young people getting this compulsion is uplifting and inspirational. - For a live interview by Louay Habib with Greig City Academy’s Jon Holt and members of GCA Sailing Club - the first inner-city London school to have its own sailing club - tune in today, Friday 19th June at 1700 BST on our Facebook page. - #TimeOverDistance 📸 Rolex / World Sailing / Airwaves Media
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

📸 Through the Lens – Beken of Cowes. - Kenneth Beken is the last in the line of three generations of Marine Photographers known as Beken of Cowes. His grandfather Frank arrived on the Isle of Wight in 1888 and was immediately captivated by the grand yachts that sailed the Solent waters outside his bedroom window. - Frank readily admitted he couldn’t paint, so he set about using the cameras available at that time. He soon realised that they were not practical at sea, so he invented his own box camera using twin lenses and a shutter fired by a rubber ball held in his teeth! His sailing portraits were so good that yachtsmen, including King George V on Britannia would study his daily results to see where they were going wrong! - Frank’s son Keith followed on from the mid 1930s in time for the J-Class and Big Boat era. After a brief spell captaining an Air Sea Rescue boat during WWII, he saw the company through the post war years with the introduction of ocean racing & IOR. Not content with just Cowes and the Solent, he started travelling to international regattas on both sides of the Atlantic and in the Mediterranean, increasing the scope of the Beken archives from traditional sepia monochrome studies into modern colour photography. He earned his ‘Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society’ in 1951 and the ‘Royal Warrant’ from Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. - Keith’s son Kenneth started photographing afloat in 1970 and for over 45 years would be seen in his Boston Whaler capturing the sailing scene. Ken reckons the best of times were those earlier years of IOR when designers were more experimental, enabling him to capture some ‘interesting’ studies! It was a 7-days-a week job, very reliant on the weather. Black Solent skies meant you were frantically busy shooting before the inevitable rains came. - Read more about the story of Beken of Cowes at www.rorc.org - #ThroughTheLens 📸 Beken of Cowes
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

SAVE THE DATE! Race The Wight | Saturday 1st August 2020. - A race around the Isle of Wight on Saturday 1st August will see the return to competitive racing at the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) - the first since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. - The race will replace the originally scheduled Channel Race and is open to COVID-19 compliant crews following Government regulations in both the Two Handed and family/same-household classes. Race entries are required to have an IRC TCC of 0.900 and above. - RORC Racing Manager Chris Stone comments: “It’s been extremely difficult to know what changes to racing will allow us to go back to our original programme; taking into consideration the current regulations and social distancing measures, plus the need to protect the integrity of the season pointscore. It’s our belief that the Channel Race may be a little too early to allow fully crewed racing and would potentially be difficult with regulations not permitting overnight racing. We therefore think a race around the Isle of Wight (for those who can), is a great compromise as crews can enjoy a distance race with an offshore element whilst still remaining close to the Solent.” - Starting from the Royal Yacht Squadron line in Cowes, the 50-nautical mile race will adhere to the latest Government guidelines and advice from the RYA and World Sailing. The safety of all competitors, staff and volunteers are of primary concern as the RORC continues to monitor the Coronavirus outbreak carefully. - Visit rorc.org to read more about #RORCracethewight. The NOR is available. - #WeWillRaceAgain 📸 RORC / Paul Wyeth
Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Time Over Distance - Volume 12 | Jon Holt/Greig City Academy – Scaramouche Sailing Trust @scaramouchest - For the 12th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Series, we will be revealing the awe-inspiring work of the Scaramouche Sailing Trust. The Greig City Academy in North London started the sailing project in 2016 and since then, hundreds of inner-city kids, as young as 13, have fallen in love with sailing. A select few have raced as teams in qualifying races and the last two editions of the #RolexFastnetRace, finishing on both occasions. - We all have an affinity with the sea. Every sailor has felt the forces of nature and the experience becomes compulsive. Witnessing young people getting this compulsion is uplifting and inspirational. - For a live interview by Louay Habib with Greig City Academy’s Jon Holt and members of GCA Sailing Club - the first inner-city London school to have its own sailing club - tune in on Friday 19th June at 1700 BST here on Facebook. - #TimeOverDistance 📸 RORC/Paul Wyeth/ELWJ
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Between 1977 and 1993, Harold Cudmore took part in seven editions of the #AdmiralsCup. Racing for Ireland, Great Britain, Australia, and Germany. 🇮🇪🇬🇧🇦🇺🇩🇪 - In 1989, Harold Cudmore was the mastermind ashore for the victorious British team. To this day, Harold travels the world racing in a wide variety of inshore and offshore events. His amazing abilities as a yachtsman are only matched by his talent for storytelling! - Join us today at 5pm, LIVE on Facebook! - #TimeOverDistance
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Through the Lens: Rick Tomlinson - Jameson - “The Jameson Whiskey picture has become a bit of an icon,” says photographer Rick Tomlinson. “I took the shot at the 1987 Irish Admiral’s Cup trials off Howth. - It was blowing hard and I was taken out to photograph the racing in a small 4 meter Avon RIB. - “It was impossible to take pictures from the RIB, so with just minutes to go before the start I was transferred to the committee boat. I went straight up onto the fly bridge and put the camera to my eye - immediately Jameson Whiskey was hit by a big gust. As the main was eased, the leeward runner caught and pinned the boom in, resulting in the knock down. It was only over for a second or two, but as I had the camera to my eye, I instinctively pressed the shutter release. When I looked astern I saw that the RIB I had just got out of had capsized, but the driver was safely sitting on top of it! - “I seemed to catch Jameson tripping up a few times around that time….” - 📸 Rick Tomlinson
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Royal Ocean Racing Club (rorcracing)

Time Over Distance Volume 11 | Harold Cudmore - #TheAdmiralsCup 🏆 - The 11th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Series will be with Harold Cudmore who hails from Cork, Ireland. - In the 1970s Cudmore was one of the first sailors to travel the world to compete at international yachting events, especially match racing. In 1986 he became the first non-American to win the Congressional Cup. In the America's Cup Cudmore was heavily involved in several British campaigns during the 1980s. He was also head coach of the 1992 winning campaign America3 and coach for the all-women's campaign in 1995. - Between 1977 and 1993 Cudmore took part in seven editions of the Admiral’s Cup - Racing for Ireland, Great Britain, Australia and Germany. In 1989 he was the mastermind ashore for the victorious British team. To this day, Harold Cudmore travels the world, racing in a wide variety of inshore and offshore events. His amazing abilities as a yachtsman are only matched by his talent for storytelling! - Louay Habib interviews Harold Cudmore for an hour-long show focusing on the Admiral’s Cup. Tune in on Friday 12 June 1700 BST here on Facebook. - #TimeOverDistance © Beken of Cowes

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