K2Q LogoCongratulations to team Mojito for a superb overall win on the K2Q 260 race, and also to all competitors on a real offshore challenge, with a special mention for two handed Mark and Phil on Jac Y Do for their perseverance.

The overall series and class results are now published, and the overall lead retained by Mojito followed closely by Samaton, Jackknife and Rockabill VI

The next race is the Dun Laoghaire - South Arklow - Pwllheli Race on 30th July - this is a 1.2 scored race and will be targeted by competitors looking for an overall and class podium placing!

Watch out for the Sailing Instructions which will be published here soon.

 

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Photos of the four boats finish the ISORA 260 mile race In order of crossing line Samatom/Jackknife/mojito/Jac y do

A big thanks to Daragh for meeting every boat at the finish with a case of beer!

Mark Thompson said '... he also lead Jac Y Do to the yacht club pontoons with his rib - a good distance from Cobh - we would have struggled with the navigation after the celebratory can of Heineken!'


 

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The 2023 Race Schedule will be published soon after the AGM ..... 

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2022 Class bands were as follows:

Class 0 = 1.045 or greater
Class 1 = 1.000 to 1.044
Class 2 = 0.999 or less

2023 Class Bands to be set 


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