We have for several editions of the Classic Channel Race been considering making the use of AIS receive and transmit transponders compulsory. Up until now it has only been advisory. However, since we will be crossing increasingly busy shipping lanes we have decided to make carrying an AIS compulsory. This brings the...Read more >
We are delighted to announce that we have just finalised arrangements for the 2019 Classic Channel Regatta to stopover at St Helier in Jersey instead of St Peter Port in Guernsey on the way from Dartmouth to Paimpol. We feel this will prove to be a very beneficial move, as going to St Helier has significant...Read more >
The details of the Crab & Bottle Laying-Up Supper on October 26th at the Royal Dart Yacht Club and the Special Tour of the UK Meteorological Office in Exeter we have arranged for the following morning, October 27th.
We are delighted to announce that next year’s Classic Channel Regatta will run in the week of Saturday June 29th to Saturday July 6th. This is a little earlier than usual as this is the week when the tide times and heights are right for the lock into...Read more >
Pre-registration for the 2019 regatta is now open. The number of boats we can accept is limited to 100 and after the great success of the last and previous regattas we may well be oversubscribed - so do pre-register as soon as possible to secure a place and avoid disappointment.