We welcome pre-registrations from owners of all eligible boats. We have a maximum limit of 100 boats due to space constraints in the ports and to maintain the friendly atmosphere of the
- Pre-registrations will be treated on a first come first served basis, but all previous entrants will be notified when the numbers in their class are nearing the limit to give them a last chance to enter.
- Once the limit for each class is reached, further pre-registrations will be put on a waiting list for places to become available when entry confirmation and payment are due in May.
- You can pre-register at any time without commitment, so do it soon to secure a place in the regatta.
- Boats are encouraged to enter the whole regatta, but there will be registration facilities at St Helier and Paimpol for any boats wishing to join there.
As the ongoing Covid situation now looks likely to continue into at least the early part of 2021 we have various contingency plans to cope with any restrictions that may be in place in July. We will keep all pre-registered owners updated with any changes to the regatta this may necessitate.
If you HAVE NOT entered a Classic Channel Regatta before,
or any of your owner or boat details have changed:
If you HAVE entered a Classic Channel Regatta before (2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017 or 2019)
and your owner and boat details are unchanged:
If you have any queries about the registration process, eligibility or handicapping, please get in touch with the team.