Wednesday, 26 February 2020 ISORA - Last Race No16 Pwllheli to Dun Laoghaire
ISORA - Hendrick-Ryan Offshore Race No.16 Pwllheli to Dun Laoghaire
The final race of the 2019 series, for the James Eadie Trophy, is the high scoring Hendrick Ryan sponsored Offshore Race, from Pwllheli to Dun Laoghaire on Saturday 7th September.
This will be the deciding race for the 2019 Championship Winner for the Wolf's Head Trophy, Class Winners and Silver Class Winner and any number of competitors could win.
A Party is planned, in the NYC in Dun Laoghaire, to conclude the 2019 series. The party will start immediately after the race - whatever the time! These parties are legendary!
The Supplemental Sailing Instructions (SSIs) are available on the web site here and also attached.
Also, please note the National YC is hosting the 'Subaru Flying Fifteen Worlds Championships' from Saturday 31st August to Friday 13th September so the NYC pontoons will not be available, on this occasion. ISORA competitors are advised to make arrangements with Dun Laoghaire Marina. The restrictions only apply to tying up on the pontoons - please come along for the party!
The Viking Marine and Global Display Coastal Series have now been completed and there is a full report here
Jackknife - current ISORA 2019 series leader at the Spinlock IRC Welsh National Championships
Competitors should also read the General Sailing Instructions here. The on-line entry form is available here and the entered list here
Race 16 is again available on the ISORA YB Tracker see here
Have a great race.
Stephen Tudor Hon. Sec ISORA
Plans to Re-build Holyhead Marina
Holyhead Marina Ltd is in the process of seeking consents to re-build the Marina at Holyhead following its destruction during Storm Emma in March 2018.
The full article and scoping document can be seen on the ISORA web site here
You can replay all of the races on the ISORA YB trackers here.
See the instruction video on the use of the tracker here
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