Affiliated by the RYA, the yacht racing calendar at the YYC caters for a wide sailing audience – those keen to commit to a weekly Sunday race in the Autumn Series and those who prefer specific calendar events. We have day races both locally and further afield, our annual cross channel event to Trebeurden in Brittainy, offshore race to Guernsey and not least our bank holiday weekend May Triangle event. Celebrating it’s fifth anniversary in 2018, we have the 3 Creeks Race which incorporates a little adventure and coastal running into the mix too.
We operate a class system where class 1 is rated under the IRC scheme for mono hull boats holding an IRC certificate and class 2 for those boats holding a PPSA Port Handicap Number (PHN).
Dates for the DiaryView the full Sailing Programme
Documentation for each race will be posted as and when it becomes available. For any queries, please contact the sailing committee.
- Yacht Block Entry or Individual Race Entry Form
- Plymouth Chartlets
- Finish Times and Post Race Declaration 2018
|Race Name||Notice of Race||Entry Form||Sailing Instructions||Results|
|3 Creeks Race||Visit www.3creeksrace.weebly.com||Entry Form||TBC||Results|
|Fowey Race||Notice of Race Fowey 2018||Sailing Instructions Fowey 2018||Results|
|Passage Race||Notice of race 2018||Entry Form||Passage Race Sailing instructions||Results|
|Trebeurden Race||Notice of Race 2018||Entry Form||Trebeurden Race Sailing Instructions||TBC|
|Ballad Nationals||Ballad Nationals NOR||Entry Form|
|Eddystone Race||Eddystone Notice of Race||Entry Form||Eddystone Race Sailing Instructions|
|May Triangle||Notice of Race May Triangle||Sailing Instructions May Triangle||Results|
|Ladies’ Race||Notice of Race Ladies Race 2018||Sailing Instructions Ladies Race 2018||Results|
How it works
For those less familiar with the racing scene, you’ll see from above that each race has a set of documentation, which gives you everything you need to know about that race: a notice of race, sailing instructions, an entry form and declaration sheet to record your time. There is always an Officer of the Day, otherwise known as the OOD, who will make all the judgement calls about the race course, monitoring weather and so on. Safety boats will be organised if it’s deemed appropriate and a full risk assessment is carried out for each event.
Competitors should ALWAYS ensure they’ve read and digested the sailing instructions in full and consider all the necessary safety requirements.