ISORA would like to invite cruisers to join in our exciting race programme by cruising our race courses, and joining in our social events both before and after our races, and of course the incredible season ending finale, the ISORA dinner and prize giving.

Cruisers will be given a start 10 minutes after the racing fleets, and encouraged to sail as much of the course as possible. Like the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) the use of the engine is permitted to ensure the course is completed in a reasonable time to enjoy the Aprés Sail with the rest of the fleet.

There will be a trophy for the cruiser class, and some simple rules to enable a results table, just for cruisers to be published on the ISORA website.

We look forward to welcoming cruisers in both the coastal and offshore races, and sharing our experiences afterwards in our host ports and clubs

For more information about ISORA and the cruiser class contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and your details will be forwarded to a committee member close to your home port, who will guide you through the steps required to get you cruising with ISORA

Cruiser Rules  

  • Start 10 minutes after the Racing Fleet
  • Engine use allowed - declaration of engine time at the end of the race,
  • Take own start and finish times
  • AIS and Life Raft required for Offshore Races
  • Safety declaration to be completed

 

Scoring

  • NHC Base handicaps
  • Engine time added to elapsed time at X2

We look forward to welcoming cruisers to our 2020 season www.isora.org

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