The Royal Yacht Squadron, New York Yacht Club, Royal Ocean Racing Club and Storm Trysail Club have announced the winners of the Atlantic Ocean Racing Series for 2011. George David’s Rambler 100 took overall honors winning the New York Yacht Club Commodore Gerry Cup with a fleet first in the RORC Caribbean 600 and fleet seconds in the Annapolis to Newport Race and the Transatlantic Race 2011 itself. Rambler 100 set course records in the Caribbean 600 and the TR 2011 and averaged a remarkable 16.83 knots in her Atlantic crossing. This average speed is the highest ever for a monohull in an established ocean race, eclipsing Alfa Romeo’s 16.46 knots in the 2009 Transpac Race.
Updated Race Documents including the Notice of Race:
The Transatlantic Race 2015 Entry Form Part I is now live for yachts to register to enter the TR 2015. Entries are limited to 50 yachts. The entry and fee payment deadline is February 28, 2015. At the discretion of the Organizing Authority, late entries may be accepted after that date with a late fee. The entry fee payment can be made with this form or at a later date. Early entries made by September 15, 2014, will receive a reduction of US$1,000 off the entry fee.
Please complete the Expression of Interest Form to send your information and interest to the Organizing Authority indicating whether you are a potential entry, media contact, interested in sponsoring the race, an industry specialist or have general interest in the Transatlantic Race 2015.
Entry Form Part II, including details on crew, certifications, contact information, social reservations and boat information, will be available to all entered yachts in March 2015. To complete entry, Entry Form Part II shall be submitted by each yacht and the Liability/Media Waiver shall be completed by each competitor no later than two weeks prior to the yacht's scheduled start. Entry will not be complete until all information has been received, checked and verified.