Monte Real improves its energy efficiency thanks to INEGA

 

The Monte Real Club de Yates has improved its energy efficiency in 2021 thanks to the installation of a new electrical system that will allow control of the energy used in the facilities.

A grant from the Galician Energy Institute (INEGA), dependent on the Xunta de Galicia, has allowed the club to acquire a measurement, monitoring and control system for the different areas of the marina.

Likewise, specific hardware has been installed in the general electrical panel, which allows different aspects of the club’s day-to-day to be monitored and controlled, such as exterior lighting on pontoons, towers and transit areas and to receive personalized alerts if incidents occur.

With this action, and thanks to the support obtained from INEGA and the Xunta de Galicia, Monte Real improves its energy supply guarantees with greater quality and reliability of service.

 

 

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE FINAL RACE OF THE ISONOR J80 WOMEN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE

 

The FINAL of the ISONOR J80 FEMALE NATIONAL LEAGUE will be held in the waters of the Bay of Baiona on October 8, 9 and 10, 2021, organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates de Baiona with the collaboration of the Royal Spanish Sailing Federation and the Royal Galician Sailing Federation.

1. RULES

1.1 The regatta will be governed by the Sailing Regatta Regulations (RRV).

1.2 The J80 Class Rules[DP] .

1.3 For all the rules that govern this event, the notation[NP] refers to the fact that an infraction of this rule will not be a reason for protests between boats (modifies RRS 60.1(a)).

1.4 COVID-19 Protocol.

2. ADVERTISING

2.1 Participants may display advertising in accordance with RRV 6.1, the RFEV Competition Regulations and the RFEV prescriptions for said Regulations.

2.2 According to RRV 6.1, participants may be required to display advertising on the front 20% of the hull, on each side of the boat, which will be provided by the Organizing Club, once their registration is confirmed.

3. ELIGIBILITY AND ENTRIES

3.1 The LIGA NACIONAL FEMENINA ISONOR J80 Regatta is a regatta for female crews in J80 class boats.
This event will be limited to a maximum of 20 boats.

3.2 Owners and skippers must be members of the J80 Class National Association and be registered at www.j80measurement.org/boats.

3.3 Entries must be made before October 5, 2021, through the Entry Form found on the regatta website: https://www.mrcyb.es/regatas/

The registration is conditioned to the presentation of the following documents:

• Current RC insurance policy, with valid receipt, with extended coverage for regattas.
• Participants of nationality or with legal residence in Spain or who represent a Spanish Club, the athlete’s federation license in progress.
For crew members from other countries, who do not have a license from the RFEV, accident insurance per crew member.
• In case of advertising, authorization from the respective National Authority for the display of advertising, if applicable.
• Proof of being up to date with the International Class J80.

4. REGISTRATION FEES

4.1 Registration fees will be €150 and will be made by bank transfer to the account:

ABANCA
BAIONA Branch
Account number: ES92- 2080-0559-2330-4000-3658
SWIFT: CAGLESMMXXX

Indicating the sail number of the boat and the Women’s Sailing League of J80.

4.2 The Organizing Committee reserves the right to accept registrations received after the registration deadline. In case of acceptance, the entry fees will have a price of €200 per boat.

4.3 With the registration payment, the participants will have the right to accommodation with arrival on Friday and departure on Sunday (Hotel Anunciada and Hotel Tres Carabelas). The accommodation will be managed through the mail: regatas@mrcyb.com

5. SCHEDULE AND COMPETITION FORMAT

5.1 The program of the event is as follows:

5.2 On the 10th there will be no departure later than 4:30 p.m.

5.3 The intended competition format is fleet racing.

5.4 There are 6 races scheduled, of which 2 must be completed for the regatta to be valid.

6. TOURS

Courses will be windward/leeward type courses, which will be specified in the IR.

7. MEASUREMENTS. REGISTRY OF SAILS AND EQUIPMENT.

7.1 The registration of sails and equipment inspection will be carried out on the date and times indicated in point 5 of the AR.

7.2 The boats will present to registration the elements that are listed in their written declaration, which will be: 1 Mainsail, 1 Jib and 1 or 2 Gennakers.

7.3 Sails must be measured according to class rules before the event, carry the official sticker (rule G2.3) and be registered at www.j80measurement.org/boats.

7.4 No boat may compete using the aforementioned sails without being previously registered.

7.5 Daily measurement controls may be carried out.

8. PENALTIES SYSTEM

RRS 44.1 and 44.2 is amended so that the two-turn penalty is replaced by the one-turn penalty.

9. SCORE

9.1 Appendix A and the Low Point System described in rule A4 of the RRS will apply.

9.2 With less than 4 races sailed, a boat’s total score will be the sum of all its results, without discarding any race. If 4 or more races have been completed, each boat’s total score will be the total of all its points, discarding its worst result.

10. BERTHS

The boats formally registered in this regatta not belonging to the MRCYB fleet will have a free mooring or anchoring place (mooring under the exclusive responsibility of the owner or skipper) reserved in the MRCYB.

11. BOATS

The organization has arranged for a series of boats to be able to participate in said championship.

The boats must be requested at direcciondeportiva@mrcyb.com or regatas@mrcyb.com and will be confirmed in strict order of registration.

12. SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

The IRs will be available on the regatta website from Thursday 8th October.

13. PRIZES

The list of prizes will be exposed in the TOA of the regatta before the beginning of the tests.

14. LIABILITY

14.1 All boats participating in the regatta do so at their own risk and responsibility.

14.2 The Monte Real Club de Yates, the Organizing Authority or any other person or body involved in the organization of the event, rejects any responsibility for loss, damage, injury or inconvenience that may occur to people or things, both on land and at sea, as a result of participating in the tests covered by this Notice of Race.

14.3 Attention is drawn to Fundamental Rule 3 DECISION TO RACE, of part 1 of the RRS which states:

“It is the exclusive responsibility of a boat to decide whether to participate in a test or to continue racing”

MRCYB, September 2021

 

 

 

The Prince of Asturias Trophy successfully closes its thirty-sixth edition

 

· Solventis, Aceites Abril, Maracaná I, Bosch Service Solutions, Marcolfo, Salseiro, Etnia Barcelona and Erizana are the eight winners of the prestigious appointment of the Monte Real Club de Yates de Baiona

· With the presentation of trophies this Sunday, the final touch was put on an intense weekend of competition in the waters of the Rías Baixas in which the quarter century of life of the Ladies Cup was also celebrated

· Adapted sailing was once again the protagonist in the trophy with the participation of a boat manned by members of ASEM Galicia, the Galician Association against neuromuscular diseases

Baiona put an end to one of the most anticipated events of the cruise season in Galicia this Sunday. The Prince of Asturias Trophy closed its thirty-sixth edition this Sunday in the Rías Baixas, and it did so successfully after three intense days in which the wind did not make it easy for both the committee and the participating fleet. With the latest tests completed, Solventis, Aceites Abril, Maracaná I, Bosch Service Solutions, Marcolfo, Salseiro, Etnia Barcelona and Erizana are the brand new winners of the event organized by the Monte Real Yacht Club and the Naval Military School with the sponsorship of BANK.

The ORCs said goodbye to the Prince with two tests – Photo Lalo R Villar

In the Aceites Abril ORC 1 category, the fleet disputed two heats this Sunday in which Solventis led by Malalo Bermúdez de Castro (MRCYB) did not give their rivals a chance by winning the two partial victories of the day. With these results, the Bermúdez team wins its fourth Prince of Asturias in one of the most competitive classes this year. In second place was Xekmatt by José Carlos Prista (AN Lisboa) and in third was Magical by Julio Rodríguez (RCN Vigo).

The Solventis crew of Malalo Bermúdez de Castro, champion in Oils April ORC 1- ©️ Lalo R Villar

Two more tests were also added for the Nacexa ORC 2 class. With three victories in the four races completed during the weekend, the Aceites Abril of Luis and Jorge Pérez Canal, of the Real Club Náutico de Vigo, became the winner of the event in Baiona ahead of the Yess Racing of Rui Ramada (MRCYB ), who took second place on the podium on the final day, and Marías de Manel María Cunha (MRCYB), who finished third. The Red Devil team also took the ABANCA Special Award to the winner of the general classification of the ORC 1-2-3-4 , which was the icing on the cake for a brilliant season for the Pérez Canal brothers after having also won the Conde de Gondomar Trophy and the Rías Baixas Regatta .

The April Oils of the Pérez Canal brothers take the victory in Nacexa ORC 2 and in the ORC general – ©️ Lalo R Villar

In the Volvo Autesa ORC 3 class, the Bosch Service Solutions of Ramón Ojea (CM Canido) made full of victories and took the triumph of the Prince of Asturias, accumulating a total of three titles (2018, 2019 and 2021). Fran Edreira’s Urbapaz (CM La Penela) followed on the podium and Carlos Sampedro’s Eleko-Mambo (CM La Penela) was in third place.

In the Martin Miller ORC 4 category, Luis Suárez’s Maracaná I (Marítimo de Panxón) sentenced the queen of Monte Real, taking the final victory. In second and third position were Javier Pérez’s Orión (MRCYB) and Nito Enríquez’s Sadamar Alma do Mar (CM La Penela).

Ramón Ojea’s Bosch Service Solutions wins with full victories in Volvo Autesa ORC 3 – ©️ Lalo R Villar

In Gadis ORC 5 , the third and final day was difficult. With a coastal route that had to be shortened due to the fall of the wind, only Antonio Gómez’s Marcolfo (RCN Vigo) managed to complete the test within the time limit, and was proclaimed the winner of the Prince of Asturias in his category for the first time. Behind, second place was finally taken by José Rey’s Chispa Nejra (CN Beluso) and third place was Iñaki Carbajo’s Cinco Islas Albariño, also representing the Beluso Yacht Club.

Antonio Gómez’s Marcolfo wins his first Prince of Asturias in Gadis ORC 5 – Lalo R Villar

In the coastal one where the SH Robotics ORC Open was held, only the Salseiro crossed the finish line on time. The Real Club Náutico de A Coruña team led by Manuel Blanco was proclaimed the winner ahead of Nahela led by Víctor Manuel Álvarez (CN Alagua) and Villano led by Luis Bodelón (RCN Coruña), second and third respectively.

Salseiro de Manuel Blanco, winner in SH Robotics ORC Open – Lalo R Villar

At the Solventis J80 regatta course, after several hours of waiting and a failed first attempt, the regatta committee was able to complete a single test this Sunday in which Etnia Barcelona from Peru Múgica was the winner. With this result, the team representing the Real Club Marítimo de Santander achieved a tie for the lead with Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen (MRCYB), which was decided in favor of the Santander team, as they were the winners of the last race. The Okofen was second and the third position went to La Galera de Miguel Fernández Vasco (RCN Coruña).

Peru Múgica and his team win with Etnia Barcelona in Solventis J80 class – Lalo R Villar

For the six crews of the Gestilar Ladies Cup the wind did not come in on time and the general classification became final with the results of Saturday. Sara Carmo’s Hedgehog (Marina Burriananova – Som Vela) was proclaimed the winner of a category that celebrates its silver anniversary this year within the Prince of Asturias Trophy. Second place went to Serralleiras skippered by Eva González (RCM Santander) and third place went to the Tutatis sailors with Helena Alegre (RCN Palma) at the helm.

Sara Carmo’s Erizana won the Gestilar Ladies Cup – Photo Lalo R Villar

The awards ceremony was in charge of putting the finishing touch to this exciting edition. In addition to awarding the winners of each category, the prizes for the President of the Xunta Trophy for the best boats in the Try Elena Regatta of the Real Club Náutico de A Coruña, the Mar de Finisterre Regatta of the Real Club Náutico de Portosín and the Príncipe de Asturias de Baiona. In the ORC 0-1 class the prize went to Diego López’s Mirfak (CNR Ferrol), in ORC 2-3 the winner was Diego López’s Urbapaz (CM La Penela), and the victory of J80 went to Impression 3D Atlantic by Guillermo Blanco (RCN A Coruña)

The J80 were once again the largest class – Photo Lalo R Villar

A special prize was also awarded Mary Woodward for the best J80 of the season, which went to Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen; the award Count of Barcelona Don Juan de Borbón for the best boat with a Portuguese crew for Rui Ramada’s Yess Racing; and the Juan Sebastián Elcano Trophy to the winners of the 25th edition of the Gestilar Ladies Cup, the Erizana.

The Gestilar Ladies Cup brought together some of the best patron saints in Spain – Photo Lalo R Villar

They also received a special mention and great applause from the public, the students of the Monte Real Adapted Sailing School, who sailed aboard the Txole with a crew from ASEM Galicia, the Galician Association against neuromuscular diseases, as part of a social and sports inclusion project launched thanks to to the collaboration of Monte Real and the Ministry of Social Policy of the Xunta de Galicia.

The event was chaired by José Luis Álvarez, president of the MRCYB, and Pedro Cardona, Commander-in-Chief of the Naval School of Marín, and was attended by Gabriel González, director of the ABANCA commercial network; Javier García Valcárcel, president of Gestilar; Enrique Costas, General Manager of Terras Gauda; Gorka Gómez, deputy for sports; and Óscar Martínez, deputy mayor of Baiona, among other authorities.

The thirty-sixth edition of this great sailing event in Galicia was held thanks to the sponsorship of ABANCA (Prince of Asturias Trophy), BODEGAS TERRAS GAUDA (National Sailing Awards) and GESTILAR (sponsor of the Ladies Cup); and had the support of the Xunta de Galicia through Galician Sports and Social Policy; the Provincial Council of Pontevedra, the City Council of Baiona and the Royal Spanish and Galician Sailing Federations. Zelnova Zeltia, Paradores, Vanguard, Gadis, Foxy, Onda Cero, Solventis, Volvo Autesa, Nacexa, HOLA!, Helly Hansen, SH Robotics, Grupo Solitium, Tactic Audiovisual, Tuypan, Coca Cola, Martin Miller and Aceites Abril also collaborated.

 

36th PRINCE OF ASTURIAS TROPHY
Monte Real Yacht Club Naval Military School

 

Class OILS APRIL ORC 1

1) SOLVENTIS · MALALO BERMÚDEZ DE CASTRO · MRCYB · 6 POINTS
2) XEKMATT JOSÉ CARLOS PRISTA AN LISBOA 11 POINTS
3) MAGICAL · JULIO RODRÍGUEZ · RCN VIGO · 12 POINTS

NACEXA ORC 2 class

1) APRIL OILS LUIS AND JORGE PÉREZ CANAL RCN VIGO 5 POINTS
2) YESS RACING RUI RAMADA MRCYB 11 POINTS
3) MARÍAS MANEL MARÍA CUNHA MRCYB 13 POINTS

VOLVO AUTESA ORC 3-Class

1) BOSCH SERVICE SOLUTIONS RAMÓN OJEA CM CANIDO 4 POINTS
2) URBAPAZ FRAN EDREIRA CM LA PENELA 9 POINTS
3) ELEKO-MAMBO CARLOS SAMPEDRO CM LA PENELA 11 POINTS

MARTIN MILLER ORC 4 class

1) MARACANÁ I · LUIS SUÁREZ · PANXÓN MARITIME · 8 POINTS
2) ORION · JAVIER PÉREZ · MRCYB · 13 POINTS
3) SADAMAR ALMA DO MAR · NITO ENRÍQUEZ · CM LA PENELA · 18 POINTS

GADIS ORC 5 class

1) MARCOLFO ANTONIO GÓMEZ RCN VIGO 3 POINTS
2) CHISPA NEJRA · JOSÉ REY · CN BELUSO · 9 POINTS
3) FIVE ALBARIÑO ISLANDS IÑAKI CARBAJO CN BELUSO 11 POINTS

SH-CLASS ROBOTICS ORC OPEN

1) SALSEIRO MANUEL BLANCO RCN CORUÑA 2 POINTS
2) NAHELA VÍCTOR MAUEL ÁLVAREZ CN ALAGUA 14 POINTS
3) VILLAIN LUIS BODELON RCN CORUÑA 15 POINTS

SOLVENTIS J80 Class

1) ETHNIC GROUP BARCELONA PERU MÚGICA RCM SANTANDER 14 POINTS
2) OKOFEN · JAVIER DE LA GANDARA · MRCYB · 14 POINTS
3) LA GALERA · MIGUEL FERNÁNDEZ · RCN CORUÑA · 22 POINTS

GESTILAR LADIES CUP class

1) ERIZANA SARA CARMO MARINA BURRIANANOVA/SOM VELA 6 POINTS
2) SERRALLEIRAS EVA GONZÁLEZ RCM SANTANDER 10 POINTS
3) TUTATIS HELENA ALEGRE RCN PALMA 12 POINTS

PRESIDENT OF THE XUNTA TROPHY

(INFANTA ELENA, SEA OF FINISTERRE AND PRINCE OF ASTURIAS REGATTAS)
MIRFAK DIEGO LÓPEZ CLUB NAVAL DE REGATAS DE FERROL WINNER ORC 0-1
URBAPAZ FRAN EDREIRA CM LA PENELA WINNER ORC 2-3
ATLANTIC 3D PRINTING · GUILLERMO BLANCO · RCN CORUÑA

COUNT OF BARCELONA TROPHY DON JUAN DE BORBÓN
(BEST BOAT WITH PORTUGUESE CREW)

YESS RACING RUI RAMADA MRCYB

MARY WOODWARD SPECIAL TROPHY
(BEST J80 BOAT OF THE SEASON)

OKOFEN · JAVIER DE LA GANDARA · MRCYB

ADAPTED SAILING SPECIAL MENTION

ASEM GALICIA

 

 

The 36th Prince of Asturias Trophy will be decided on the final day

 

· With all the participating categories already in contention, the wind did allow this Saturday that the planned test program could be completed

· Magical, April Oils, Bosch Service Solution, Maracaná I, Chispa Nejra, Salseiro, Okofen and Erizana are the eight teams that will face the final day as leaders of their respective categories

· Tomorrow, Sunday, the third and last day of regattas with everything to be decided in the queen event of the Monte Real Yacht Club of Baiona

 

At last the wind blew away with the participating fleet in the 36th Prince of Asturias Trophy organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates and the Escuela Naval Militar with the sponsorship of ABANCA. This Saturday, with all the participating categories already in contention and the teams willing to open the markers that could not be opened on the first day, the regatta committee was able to honk the start with a west-northwest wind that ranged from the five and the twelve knots. Magical, April Oils, Bosch Service Solution, Maracaná I, Chispa Nejra, Salseiro, Okofen and Erizana are the eight teams that will face the final day this Sunday from the top of the podium.

With the first departure scheduled at twelve noon for all classes, the fleet had to wait again this Saturday for the wind to decide to enter. Finally, shortly before two in the afternoon, the committee was able to start the competition with a coastal course for the ORC 5 and Special cruisers, two barlosotas for the longest boats and three for J80 and Ladies Cup.

The great boats were able to make their debut today at the Prince of Asturias Trophy – Photo Lalo R Villar

In the Aceites Abril ORC 1 category, only two points separate the three teams that occupy the provisional podium, leaving everything open for the final day. The defender of the title, the Magical of Julio Rodríguez (RCN Vigo), opens the classification leading with a second and a first in the two contested races, followed by only one point by the Solventis of Malalo Bermúdez de Castro (MRCYB) with a victory in the first test and a third in the second. Very close, two points behind Magical and one behind Solventis, the Xekmatt of José Carlos Prista (ANL) closes the podium.

The two victories of the day for the Nacexa ORC 2 fleet were divided between the Aceites Abril of Luis and Jorge Pérez Canal (RCN Vigo) and the Marías of Manuel María Cunha (MRCYB). The Pérez Canal brothers also added a second in the first test that allows the team from Ourense to be at the top of the classification while the Marías, with a fifth in the second test, is third. In the second drawer, with partial 3-2, is the Arroutado of José Manuel Pérez (RNC Portosín).

Clearer things were in Volvo Autesa ORC 3 . Ramón Ojea’s Bosch Service Solution (CM Canido) was the best of the day with two victories in the two completed Barlosotas. Behind, with two seconds, followed by Fran Edreira’s Urbapaz (CM La Penela) in second position and third, with a partial 3-3, is Carlos Sampedro’s Eleko-Mambo, also from CM La Penela.

In the Martin Miller ORC 4 category, the classification opens with Luis Suárez’s Maracaná I (Marítimo de Panxón) at the top of the table after adding a third and a first in the two contested races. In the second position, the Sadamar Alma do Mar of Nito Enríquez (CM La Penela) with some results 2-3 and third is the Orión of Javier Pérez (MRCYB) with a first and a sixth in his locker.

For its part in the category Gadis ORC 5 , who were the first to hear the starting horn along with the Open for a coastal route of almost ten miles, José Rey’s Chispa Nejra (CN Beluso) was the best of the day, managing to win the proof. Rey’s men spent a total of two hours and four minutes to cross the finish line, thus achieving an advantage of more than three minutes over Antonio Gómez’s Marcolfo (RCN Vigo), who is in second place in the table. Behind, Iñaki Carbajo’s Cinco Islas Albariño occupies the third position, also representing the Club Náutico de Beluso.

In SH Robotics ORC Open , Manuel Blanco’s Salseiro from A Coruña clearly dominated, who won this Saturday both in real time and in compensated time and finished the course with an advantage of up to twenty-three minutes in real time over the second classified. The Nahela of Víctor Manuel Álvarez (CN Alagua) will face the final day from the second position and third is the Villano of Luis Bodelón (RCN A Coruña).

In the Open class, the Txole also sailed this Saturday, a boat from the Monte Real Club de Yates with a crew from ASEM Galicia, the Galician Association against neuromuscular diseases . It is a social and sports inclusion project launched thanks to the collaboration of Monte Real and the Department of Social Policy of the Xunta de Galicia.

For these sailors, participation in the Prince of Asturias Trophy means putting to the test the skills and knowledge acquired during four seasons at the club’s Adapted Sailing School. It also symbolizes a step forward in the elimination of barriers and prejudices towards people with disabilities.

In the J80 class Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen took the lead – Photo Lalo R Villar

Meanwhile, at the Solventis J80 regatta course, the second day of the Príncipe de Asturias caused a turnaround in the general classification, which continues to be extremely tight for the top four finishers. Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen added this Saturday a third, a fourth and a first that allowed the representative of the MRCYB to assault the provisional leadership with a point of advantage over the Etnia Barcelona de Peru Múgica (RCM Santander), which rises two places and It is placed in the second drawer of the podium. Behind, Miguel Fernández’s La Galera (RCN A Coruña) continues to occupy third place overall while Juan Carlos Ameneiro’s Alboroto-Maui Jim (MRCYB) moves from first to fourth after being penalized for an out of bounds. line in the third and last test of the day.

In the Gestilar Ladies Cup the classification is led by the crew of the Portuguese Sara Carmo – Photo Lalo R Villar

For the fleet of the prestigious Gestilar Ladies Cup, however, there were no changes in the leadership with Sara Carmo’s Erizana (Marina Burriananova – Som Vela) getting closer and closer to winning a competition that celebrates 25 years within the Prince of Asturias Trophy. Carmo’s managed to score two seconds and a partial victory, increasing their lead to four points over Eva González’s Serralleiras (RCM Santander) and six over Helena Alegre’s Tutatis (RCN Palma), second and third respectively.

Tomorrow, Sunday, the third and last day of regattas in the Rías Baixas. The last tests that remain to be played will be those in charge of deciding the winners of the Prince of Asturias Trophy, and although everything will depend on the wind conditions, the committee expects to be able to start the tests from 12:00 p.m. for all lessons. In the afternoon, at half past six, the award ceremony will put the finishing touch to the prestigious event in Baiona.

Tomorrow, Sunday, the thirty-sixth edition of the Prince of Asturias Trophy will be resolved – Photo Lalo R Villar

The thirty-sixth edition of this great sailing event in Galicia is celebrated thanks to the sponsorship of ABANCA (Prince of Asturias Trophy), BODEGAS TERRAS GAUDA (National Sailing Awards) and GESTILAR (sponsor of the Ladies Cup); and had the support of the Xunta de Galicia through Galician Sports and Social Policy; the Provincial Council of Pontevedra, the City Council of Baiona and the Royal Spanish and Galician Sailing Federations. Zelnova Zeltia, Paradores, Vanguard, Gadis, Foxy, Onda Cero, Solventis, Volvo Autesa, Nacexa, HOLA!, Helly Hansen, SH Robotics, Grupo Solitium, Tactic Audiovisual, Tuypan, Coca Cola, Martin Miller and Aceites Abril also collaborated.

 

CLASSIFICATION
36th PRINCE OF ASTURIAS TROPHY
Monte Real Yacht Club Naval Military School

Class OILS APRIL ORC 1

1) MAGICAL JULIO RODRÍGUEZ RNC VIGO 3 POINTS
2) SOLVENTIS · MALALO BERMÚDEZ · MRCYB · 4 POINTS
3) XEKMATT JOSÉ CARLOS PRISTA AN LISBOA 5 POINTS

NACEXA ORC 2 class

1) APRIL OILS LUIS AND JORGE PÉREZ CANAL RCN VIGO 3 POINTS
2) ARROUTED · JOSÉ MANUEL PÉREZ · RCN PORTOSÍN · 5 POINTS
3) MARÍAS MANEL MARÍA CUNHA MRCYB 6 POINTS

VOLVO AUTESA ORC 3-Class

1) BOSCH SERVICE SOLUTIONS RAMÓN OJEA CM CANIDO 2 POINTS
2) URBAPAZ FRAN EDREIRA CM LA PENELA 4 POINTS
3) ELEKO MAMBO · CARLOS SAMPEDRO · CM LA PENELA · 6 POINTS

MARTIN MILLER ORC 4 class

1) MARACANÁ I · LUIS SUÁREZ · MARÍTIMO PANXÓN · 4 POINTS
2) SADAMAR ALMA DO MAR · NITO ENRÍQUEZ · CM LA PENELA · 5 POINTS
3) ORION · JAVIER PÉREZ · MRCYB · 7 POINTS

GADIS ORC 5 class

1) CHISPA NEJRA · JOSÉ REY · CN BELUSO · 1 POINT
2) MARCOLFO ANTONIO FRANCISCO GÓMEZ RCN VIGO 2 POINTS
3) FIVE ALBARIÑO ISLANDS IÑAKI CARBAJO CN BELUSO 3 POINTS

SH-CLASS ROBOTICS ORC OPEN

1) SALSEIRO MANUEL BLANCO RCN A CORUÑA 1 POINT
2) NAHELA VICTOR MANUEL ÁLVAREZ CN ALAGUA 2 POINTS
3) VILLAIN LUIS BODELON RNC A CORUÑA 3 POINTS

SOLVENTIS J80 Class

1) OKOFEN · JAVIER DE LA GANDARA · MRCYB · 12 POINTS
2) ETHNIC GROUP BARCELONA PERU MÚGICA RCM SANTANDER 13 POINTS
3) LA GALERA · MIGUEL FERNÁNDEZ · RCN A CORUÑA · 16 POINTS

GESTILAR LADIES CUP class

1) ERIZANA SARA CARMO MARINA BURRIANANOVA -SOM VELA 6 POINTS
2) SERRALLEIRAS EVA GONZÁLEZ RCM SANTANDER 10 POINTS
3) TUTATIS HELENA ALEGRE RCN PALMA 12 POINTS

 

The wind, protagonist in the opening day of the 36th Prince of Asturias Trophy

 

The Bay of Baiona inaugurated this Friday the thirty-sixth edition of one of the most anticipated events of the season, and it did so with a very light wind that prevented the categories of Aceites Abril ORC 1, Nacexa ORC 2, and Volvo Autesa ORC 3 from competing. and Martin Miller ORC 4

· There were conditions in the Solventis J80 and Gestilar Ladies Cup race course, which completed their planned program with Juan Carlos Ameneiro’s Alboroto-Maui Jim and Sara Carmo’s Erizana as the first leaders of the general

· Tomorrow, Saturday, the Gadis ORC 5 and SH Robotics ORC Open divisions will join together and, at the end of the day, the award ceremony for the prestigious Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards will take place

Organized by the Monte Real Yacht Club and the Naval Military School with the sponsorship of ABANCA, the Prince of Asturias Trophy opened its thirty-sixth edition this Friday with a first day in which the wind was the main protagonist.

Both the fleet and the committee had a difficult time, especially in the regatta field of the four ORC divisions, and that is that Eolo resisted blowing hard enough to inaugurate the classification of the classes April ORC 1, Nacexa ORC 2, Volvo Autesa ORC 3 and Martin Miller ORC 4 oils . There were conditions in the regatta area for the Solventis J80 and Gestilar Ladies Cup, which were able to complete their test program in the Bay of Baiona, with Juan Carlos Ameneiro’s Alboroto-Maui Jim and Sara Carmo’s Erizana as first leaders. of the general.

The J80 are the ones that competed in the most tests in the first stage of the Príncipe – Photo Lalo R Villar

From early in the morning everything seemed to indicate that it would be a long day in the waters of the Rías Baixas. With the first starting honk scheduled at three in the afternoon for all classes, the race committee of the ORC course had to postpone the start of the tests due to the total absence of wind in front of the Cíes Islands. The wait lasted nearly two hours until finally, after half past six in the afternoon, and after the committee made one last attempt by moving the regatta field to the interior of the bay, the day ended without having been able to complete any sleeve.

The Solventis J80 class is the largest in the fleet with 23 crews – Photo Lalo R Villar

The teams in the Solventis J80 and Gestilar Ladies Cup categories had more luck in a field located in the Bay of Baiona in front of the Monte Real facilities. There Eolo did comply and the committee was able to complete all the planned tests with a wind of six knots of intensity from the northeast that lasted practically all afternoon.

In the Solventis J80 class, which took part in a total of three races, the first day of the Príncipe de Asturias was more than close with the first four teams in the general standings separated by only five points. El Alboroto – Maui Jim by Juan Carlos Ameneiro (MRCYB) was the best of the day with a second, a sixth and a first that places him with nine points in the first place on the provisional podium.

Juan Carlos Ameneiro’s El Alboroto Maui Jim was the winner of the opening day in J80 – Photo Lalo R Villar

Behind, double tie in second and third position between Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen (MRCYB), who won the first race of the day, and Miguel Fernández Vasco’s La Galera (RCN A Coruña). Both teams with twelve points and two ahead of fourth place, Etnia Barcelona from Peru Múgica (RCM Santander).

The girls of the Gestilar Ladies Cup finished the opening day with two tests – Photo Lalo R Villar

In the Gestilar Ladies Cup , which celebrates its silver jubilee this year, the Erizana of the Olympic sailor Sara Carmo (Marina Burriananova – Som Vela) dominates with a partial victory in the first race and a second place. Two points behind those of Carmo, Ladeira de Carmen Galdós (RCMA – RSC) is in second position with a fourth and a first place while Serralleiras de Eva González (RCM Santander) occupies third place after adding a third and a room in his locker.

The Gestilar Ladies Cup turns 25 this year – Photo Lalo R Villar

The Gadis ORC 5 and SH Robotics ORC Open class boats will join the fleet that inaugurated the Prince of Asturias Trophy this Friday. Among the latter, the Txole del Monte Real Club de Yates will also sail, a boat ceded by the club to a group of students from its Adapted Sailing School for people with functional diversity who, with the support of the Department of Social Policy of the Xunta de Galicia, are going to participate in the competition. They are members of ASEM Galicia, the Galician Association against neuromuscular diseases, and the initiative is part of the “Vela para todos” program of Monte Real.

Saturday will also feature the Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards gala, which will bring together some of the year’s most outstanding athletes and teams. It will be held at eight in the afternoon, will be attended, among others, by five Olympic sailors and will be broadcast live on the Galician Television website. This year the winners are the Catalan Didac Costa (best ocean sailor), the Spain SailGP Team (best team and innovative project), the crew formed by the Galician Támara Echegoyen and the Balearic Paula Barceló (best women’s team), the communication project of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic team (Mariano Aguado Communication Award), Joan Cardona (best Olympic sailor) and Jordi Xammar and Nico Rodríguez (best Olympic team).

The thirty-sixth edition of this great sailing event in Galicia is celebrated thanks to the sponsorship of ABANCA (Prince of Asturias Trophy), BODEGAS TERRAS GAUDA (National Sailing Awards) and GESTILAR (sponsor of the Ladies Cup); and had the support of the Xunta de Galicia through Galician Sport and Social Policy; the Provincial Council of Pontevedra, the City Council of Baiona and the Royal Spanish and Galician Sailing Federations. Zelnova Zeltia, Paradores, Vanguard, Gadis, Foxy, Onda Cero, Solventis, Volvo Autesa, Nacexa, HOLA!, Helly Hansen, SH Robotics, Grupo Solitium, Tactic Audiovisual, Tuypan, Coca Cola, Martin Miller and Aceites Abril also collaborated.

 

CLASSIFICATION
36th PRINCE OF ASTURIAS TROPHY
Monte Real Yacht Club Naval Military School

SOLVENTIS J80 Class

1. ALBOROTO – MAUI JIM JUAN CARLOS AMENEIRO MRCYB 9 POINTS
2. OKOFEN · JAVIER DE LA GANDARA · MRCYB · 9 POINTS
3. LA GALERA · MIGUEL FERNÁNDEZ VASCO · RCN A CORUÑA · 12 POINTS

GESTILAR LADIES CUP class

1. ERIZANA SARA CARMO MARINA BURRIANANOVA – SOM VELA 3 POINTS
2. LADEIRA CARMEN GALDÓS RCMA – RSC 5 POINTS
3. SERRALLEIRAS EVA GONZÁLEZ RCMS 7 POINTS

 

 

 

Let the party begin… of the candle

 

· The boat draw for the Ladies Cup marks the end of the preparations for the Prince of Asturias Trophy and leaves everything ready so that this Friday the most anticipated event of the cruise season in Galicia can begin

· The competition of the Monte Real Club de Yates and the Naval Military School celebrates its thirty-sixth edition, bringing together more than 400 athletes in regattas limited to the participation of 75 sailboats due to COVID19

· Among the participants will be the best Galician crews and some of the most outstanding of the Spanish and Portuguese nautical panorama as well as the winners of the previous edition who seek to revalidate the title

· The gala of the National Sailing Awards that will be held on Saturday and will be broadcast live on Galician Television will bring together five Olympic athletes, among whom will be the winners of the Spanish medals

With the draw for boats for the Gestilar Ladies Cup, everything was ready for the start of the Príncipe de Asturias Trophy – Photo Rosana Calvo

The traditional boat draw for the Gestilar Ladies Cup marked this Thursday in Baiona (Galicia) the end of the preparations for the Prince of Asturias Trophy and left everything ready so that this Friday the most anticipated event of the cruise season in Galicia can begin. The competition organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates and the Escuela Naval Militar with the sponsorship of ABANCA, celebrates its thirty-sixth edition, bringing together more than 400 athletes in regattas limited to the participation of 75 sailboats due to COVID19.

The big boats will provide spectacularity at the start of the trophy – Photo Lalo R Villar

From the organization it was decided to establish that limit (last year it had been limited to 70) to guarantee the safety of the participants, in an edition in which there will also be no traditional breakfasts, dinners and fireworks to avoid crowds and guarantee control of capacity.
Yes, the award galas for the winners of the Prince will be held, although with security controls, on Sunday at half past six; and the Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards, on Saturday at eight in the afternoon. The latter, which will be broadcast live on Galician Television, will bring together five Olympic athletes, including the winners of the Spanish sailing medals: Jordi Xammar, Nico Rodríguez and Joan Cardona.

Among the participants in this new edition of the Prince of Asturias Trophy will be the best Galician crews and some of the most outstanding from the Spanish and Portuguese nautical scene, as well as the winners of the last edition, who aspire to repeat the title. One of them is Julio Rodríguez’s Magical, winner of the competition in 2020 in the ORC2 class. The crew of the Swan 42 from Vigo returns to the Príncipe with the aim of revalidating their victory, something that will surely make it difficult for the Aceites Abril of the brothers Luis and Jorge Pérez Canal. The Ourense Red Devil is undoubtedly the most outstanding boat of the season in Galician waters and everything indicates that the Prince will give a lot of trouble. The “Aprils”, who have just won their fifth Count of Gondomar and their sixth Rías Baixas, did not know much about the second place achieved in the last Prince and will try to chain a new victory in their great winners of 2021.

Last year’s winner Magical among the big boats looks to repeat victory – Photo Lalo R Villar

Missing from this year’s competition will be José Luis Freire’s Pairo, another of the regulars at the Monte Real event, who this year has part of his crew competing in Europe and will not be able to be in the Príncipe. There will be, among the big boats, several crews with a Portuguese accent: Rui Ramada’s Yess Racing; the Xekmatt, by José Carlos Prista; Yess Too, by Carlos Morgado; Another Five, by Nuno Vasconcelos; or Marias, by Manel Cunha. Alberto Moro’s Solventis, José Manuel Pérez’s Arroutado, Diego López’s Mirfak or Jorge Durán’s Corsario will be other of the larger boats that we will see fighting for podium positions.

Another of the Prince’s great sailboats, the spectacular Txole (a Dehler 47), this year will be the boat assigned by the Monte Real Yacht Club to a group of students from its Adapted Sailing School for people with functional diversity who will go sailing trophy days. They are members of ASEM Galicia, the Galician association against neuromuscular diseases, and have the support of the Department of Social Policy of the Xunta de Galicia.

A large part of the Galician yacht clubs will be represented in the fleet of 75 boats in the competition. Those from Baiona, Vigo and Coruña will have the most sailboats among the participants, but there will also be crews from Panxón (Maracaná), Combarro (Mar de Frades), Castrelo de Miño (La Burla Negra), Rodeira (Balea Dous), Canido (Bosch Service Solutions), A Guarda (Nahela) or Portonovo (Petrilla), among many others.

The Ladies Cup turns 25 this year and will be sponsored by Gestilar – Photo Lalo R Villar

Of the non-Galician boats, the Portuguese are again, without a doubt, the most crowded, although this year there will also be teams from Santander, Cantabria, Madrid, Mallorca or the Basque Country. They will be, above all, in the Gestilar Ladies Cup, the women’s section of the Prince in which 6 women’s crews meet again to compete in 6 identical boats with 6 sailors on board.

The contenders for the title this very special year (the competition celebrates its 25th anniversary) are the teams led by Carmen Galdós, Helena Alegre, Eva González, Laura Gil, Cristina Ozores and by the recent winner of the Copa del Rey de sailing, Nuria Sanchez. They will compete aboard the Figaros Beneteau, one of the Prince’s two one-designs together with the J80, which is once again the largest class in the competition. Among the 8 meters we will see Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen, who is looking to hang his laurels again, both as the winner of the trophy and as the best J80 of the season.

Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen aspires to revalidate the title in the J80 class – Photo Lalo R Villar

The 36th Prince of Asturias Trophy unfurls its sails this Friday with the first day of competition and a special radio program that Onda Cero will broadcast from the Monte Real Yacht Club. Tomorrow, Saturday, the tests of the second day will be held and the Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards ceremony will be held, which will be broadcast live on the Galician Television website and will bring together five Olympic athletes, including the Spanish medal winners. Sunday, the last day of this 2021 edition, is reserved for the final regattas and the award ceremony for the winners.

Photograph of the first Prince of Asturias Trophy held in 1986

 

36th PRINCE OF ASTURIAS TROPHY · Friday, September 3, 2021

15:00> Coastal test for ORC 0-1-2-3-4
15:30> Windward/leeward tests for J80 and Gestilar Ladies Cup

36th PRINCE OF ASTURIAS TROPHY · Saturday, September 4, 2021

12:00> Windward/leeward events for ORC 0-1-2-3-4, J80 and Gestilar Ladies Cup
12:00> Coastal test for ORC 5, Open and Open Extra
20:00> Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards Gala

36th PRINCE OF ASTURIAS TROPHY Sunday, September 5, 2021

12:00> Windward/leeward events for ORC 0-1-2-3-4, J80 and Gestilar Ladies Cup
12:00> Coastal test for ORC 5, Open and Open Extra
18:30> Awards Ceremony

 

 

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