The 2018 Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race featured 28 teams with crew from 18 different countries. The non-stop 1,805 nautical mile race is organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club every four years and is regarded as one of the toughest of offshore races, testing skill and endurance. During the 2018 edition of the race, competitors encountered a huge variety of conditions from gale force winds and huge waves, to dead calm conditions and everything in between.
2018 Press Releases & Updates
Simon Harwood's Prima 38 Talisman, sailed by a student crew from Oxford University Yacht Club finished the Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland Race on Saturday 25th August at 13:34 BST, completing the race in an elapsed time of 13 days 01 hrs 34 mins 18 secs. Right up to the finish, the team experienced changeable conditions, as they had done during the whole race: