Race Results PRA Easter Regatta 2019

Here are the final results of the 28th Easter Regatta at PGYC

This year the Easter Regatta enjoyed three full days of 10-15 knots easterlies under almost clear skies and not a drop of rain . . .

The Easter Regatta 2019 was sponsored by: Philippine Retirement Authority. Supporting sponsors were: Broadwater Marine, Chetz Marine Supplies, Lane Records Management, Asian Tigers

Additional excitement was sailed in by the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club who, for the first time, made Puerto Galera the finish line for their annual race to the Philippines. This year the overall winner of the Hong Kong to Philippines race was Subic Centenial 5, taking line honors and first place in IRC.

 

The Sailing Instructions for the PGYC PRA Easter Regatta 2019 is published here:

www.allsoulsregatta.com/pdf/er19_SI.pdf

20+ yachts (racing, cruising, multihulls, beach catamarans) expected at the longest running yachting event in the Philippines. All yachts welcome

The PGYC All Souls Regatta 2019 is sponsored by: Philippines Retirement Authority, Chetz Marine, Broadwater Marine, Lane Archive & Asian Tigers Mobility

Philippine Retirement Authority Easter Regatta 2019 NOR

The Puerto Galera Yacht Club announces the Philippine Retirement Authority Easter Regatta 2019 for 19th-21st April, 2019.

The Easter Regatta at PGYC is the longest running yachting event in the Philippines and offers three days of superb sailing using courses set along the Verde Island Passage

download the Notice of Race here

 

Race Results Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2018

Here are the final results of the 15th All Souls Regatta 2018

This year the regatta enjoyed three full days of 12-18 knots easterlies under almost clear skies and not a drop of rain.

The All Souls Regatta 2018 was sponsored by: Royal Cargo, Broadwater Marine, Socolics, Tricom Projects, Lane Records Management, Asian Tigers, Asian Terminals Inc., the Philippine Retirement Authority, Papaya Yacht Charter & Services, Friday’s Beach Resort

Come back next year for the 16th All Souls Regatta in Puerto Galera – the largest yachting event in the Philippines each year – and enjoy the most fun on the water you can have at Halloween anywhere on the planet

 

The Sailing Instructions for the PGYC Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2018 is published here:

www.allsoulsregatta.com/pdf/asr-18-sailing-instructions.pdf

25-30 yachts (racing, cruising, multihulls, beach catamarans) expected at the largest yachting event in the Philippines. All yachts welcome plus kkite-foils

The PGYC All Souls Regatta 2018 is sponsored by: Royal Cargo, Air Juan, Asian Terminals Inc., Broadwater Marine, Socolics, Tricom Projects, the Philippine Retirement Authority and Freedom Kitesurfing

Latest Entry List From TopYacht For ASR 2018

The PGYC Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2018 is shaping up with just two weeks to go and already almost 20 yachts of various sizes are registered in the TopYacht regatta management program. At least another five are known to be about to register, including the high performance Karakoa and the classic cruiser Dany II.

Check the current TopYacht entries here:

TopYacht Regatta Entries Page

The Notice of Race for the Kite Foiling class in the PGYC Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2018 is published here:

www.allsoulsregatta.com/pdf/NOR_ASR_kite_foiling_2018.pdf

This inaugural event follows the exhibition kite foiling class that featured in the 2017 All Souls Regatta.

The PGYC All Souls Regatta 2018 is sponsored by: Royal Cargo, Air Juan, Asian Terminals Inc., Asian Tigers Mobility, Broadwater Marine, Papaya Yacht Charter Services, the Philippine Retirement Authority, Socolics, Tricom Projects and Freedom Kitesurfing

The Notice of Race for the PGYC Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2018 is published here:

www.allsoulsregatta.com/pdf/NOR_asr18.pdf

35-40 yachts (racing, cruising, multihulls, beach catamarans) expected at the largest yachting event in the Philippines. All yachts welcome.

The PGYC All Souls Regatta 2018 is sponsored by: Royal Cargo, Air Juan, Asian Terminals Inc., Broadwater Marine, Socolics, Tricom Projects, the Philippine Retirement Authority and Freedom Kitesurfing