Promoting the sport of Offshore Racing in the Irish Sea
Race 13a and 13b - Offshore races
Final races in Ireland and Wales
We are on the eve of the last ISORA races in 2020 - what a strange season but we did it. Many thanks to the back-room team for making racing possible and congratulations to all competitors for following our protocols, both in Ireland and Wales.
The Covid-19 re-boot programme provided 2 Coastal races both with 4 races each and two Offshore Series with 4 offshores in Ireland and 4 in Wales.
A total of 16 races
The Irish and Wales Offshore Series will be scored with the best 5 out of a possible total of 8 races on each side of the Irish Sea.
The races on Saturday are high point scoring being weighted at 1.3. This means that both series hangs on the performance on the final race in Dun Laoghaire and Pwllheli.
The race can be followed on our YB race tracker here
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Make sure you are familiar with the following:
The race Specific SSIs and the
Covid 19 Protocol.
Enter the race on-line
Register all crew on the ISORA Crew Manager App
Check the course - enter the waypoints
Remember to collect your tracker
Enjoy the racing
If you are sitting this one out - follow the race on the YB Tracker!
Any suggestions and ideas can be sent by return e-mail to:
ISORA Hon. Sec email@example.com
Dates for your Diary....
Watch out for the 2021 ISORA Race Programme
ISORA (Irish Sea Offshore Racing Association) is a not for profit members organisation responsible for offshore racing in the Irish Sea.
The Association is run by volunteers for the benefit of competitors by working in partnership with boat owners, crew, yacht and sailing clubs, other associations and the governing bodies for boating in Ireland, Wales and the UK.
Our mission is to promote the sport of offshore racing in the Irish Sea.