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The 48th edition of the Rolex Fastnet Race started on Saturday 3rd August 2019. 388 boats from 27 different countries started this year's flagship race with the Royal Ocean Racing Club.
The latest official videos
The Start of the Race - Live TV
Replay of the 2019 Rolex Fastnet Race start live coverage
2019 Press Conference & Preview
Fastnet Radio live
Listen to Fastnet Radio on 87.7fm in Cowes or 87.9fm in Plymouth - or online here
The latest pictures from Facebook
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The latest pictures from Instagram
the past 60 years, Rolex has forged a privileged relationship with yachting out of a natural affinity with the sport and its time-honoured values. Today, the brand is the committed partner of the most prestigious yacht clubs, institutions and regattas in the world, sharing the highest standards of excellence with the custodians of yachting’s finest spirit.”
for their enduring relationship with this dynamic sport and the Rolex Fastnet Race.
This Friday at RORC Cowes, @whsailing
will share his experiences and learnings of campaigning the discipline of short-handed racing.
Will Harris has campaigned in the discipline of short-handed offshore racing for the past 5 years, working towards the solo round the world race, the @vendeeglobe2020
for members to attend, £5 for non members.
Counting down the days to the next epic offshore ⏳
The 6th edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race, in association with the International Maxi Association (IMA) will start on 23rd November 2019.
An epic edition of the worlds largest offshore race.
The fastest monohulls, the mightiest monohulls, and a collection of thousands of sailors from across the world...professional, corinthian, family and friends, all of which who made the 48th edition so special. Thank you.
The latest about #rolexfastnetrace on Twitter
For multimedia from previous editions please check the Archives. the RORC Facebook Page, Youtube Channel, Instagram or Twitter.