The Rías Baixas will witness this Saturday the dispute of the Comunica Trophy

 

· More than 200 sailors aboard the 31 participating sailboats will compete in the first major cruise competition of the Monte Real Yacht Club in 2018
· Among the contenders for the title, the Oral Group of Pedro Pazos (Sanxenxo) and the Balea Dous of Luis Pérez (Rodeira) repeat winners of the previous edition
After leaving Sanxenxo (1:00 p.m.) and Vigo (2:00 p.m.), the fleet is scheduled to start crossing the finish line in the bay of Baiona at five in the afternoon

The Rías Baixas will witness tomorrow, Saturday, the dispute over the Comunica Trophy, one of the most outstanding cruise events in the spring nautical calendar in Galicia, in which more than 200 regattas will participate aboard the 31 sailboats registered so far. This is the first major cruise trophy of the Monte Real Club de Yates in 2018, which also has the collaboration of the Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo and the Real Club Náutico de Vigo, hosting the departures of the fleet in front of their facilities.

The double start, from Sanxenxo and from Vigo, is the main novelty of this year’s Comunica Trophy, and it will take place one hour apart. At one in the afternoon the horn will sound in the vicinity of the Juan Carlos I marina, in Sanxenxo; and an hour later, at two o’clock, it will be the start in front of the port of Vigo. Both fleets will end up coming together on a route that will end in the bay of Baiona.

Among the contenders for the title we will see the winner of the previous edition in the cruiser-regatta category, the Oral Group, from the Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo, who returns to the competition with Pedro Pazos at the controls and eager to repeat victory. The winner of the previous year in the cruise category will also compete, Luis Pérez’s Balea Dous, who will try to win one of the trophy prizes from the Real Club Náutico de Rodeira.

Among the J80 participants will be some of the monotypes that at the end of the month will compete in the Spanish Championship of the class held in Baiona, such as Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen, Fernando Yáñez’s Cansino or Luis de Mira’s Namasté . And in the Figaro class we will see some of the youngest sailors, since the sailboats will be crewed mainly by students from the Monte Real Club de Yates Sailing School.

If everything goes according to plan, the navigation of the fleet will be more or less agile and the fastest ships could have completed the journey in just over three hours, so that from five in the afternoon they would begin to see the first candles in the vicinity of the Baiones breakwater, where the finish line will be placed.

For all those who wish to follow the competition, the Juan Carlos I marina and the beaches closest to that area will be the points with the best visibility to see the departure of the fleet from Sanxenxo, while the departure from Vigo can be seen from the surroundings of the boat. The Costa de la Vela, the westernmost of the Morrazo peninsula, will be another of the places from which to enjoy sailing the sailboats, as well as the interior of the Bay of Baiona, the end point of the route.

 

Friday, April 20, 2018

From 10:00 to 20:00:

Enrollment and registration
Presentation of documentation
Delivery of Instructions

Saturday, April 21, 2018

13:00 – Start test SANXENXO-BAIONA

14:00 – Test start VIGO-BAIONA

19:00 (approx.) – Awards Ceremony at the MRCYB

 

Wizner and Ameneiro take the Baitra Trophy

 

· Martín Wizner from Vigo and Pedro Ameneiro from Pontevedra, current world champions under 17 in the 420 class, add a new success to their meteoric career

· The team made up of Africa Alonso and María Pérez Canal won the prize for the best female crew in the competition organized by Monte Real

· In the SUB 17 category, the winners were Jacobo García and Antoni Ripoll from the Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo, who also came third overall.

· The winners received their prizes from the manager of Baitra, Juan Carlos González, a great promoter of grassroots sailing in Galicia

 

Martín Wizner from Vigo and Pedro Ameneiro from Pontevedra have just been proclaimed winners of the Baitra Dinghy Sailing Trophy, held this weekend in Baiona under the organization of the Monte Real Yacht Club and sponsored by the Baitra naval accessories company.

The current world champions under 17 in the 420 class achieved victory after signing two first places and one third in the three races held in the Saturday’s stage , results that were maintained after Sunday’s day, in which it was impossible to play any heat due to lack of wind.

With a highly refined technique and a great competitive spirit, the young sailors, from the 2001 generation, adapted to the Baiona course as the tests progressed. “The first heat was a bit difficult for us and we broke the crow’s feet but in the second, already accustomed to the roles, we picked up the pace and placed first, and in the third we were able to stay without problems” , Ameneiro assured at the end of the trophy.

Wizner and Ameneiro thus add a new success to their meteoric career, a resume that already includes, in addition to the under 17 world championship, the silver of the Athens European Open and the bronze of the 420 junior European Championships, held in Lago di Garda (Italy). Their next challenge, for which they are already preparing, is the Spanish Championship for the class, which will be held next March in Gran Canaria. “We are very excited -says Wizner- and this trophy has served as training to continue improving for the national”.

Therefore, the great trophy of the championship will go to the Real Club Náutico de Vigo, a cast replica of the Crab Battery that the winners received from Juan Carlos González, manager of Baitra and one of the great promoters of basic sailing in Galicia.

Another crew from the nautical ship from Vigo, the winner of the previous edition, formed by Jorge Enríquez and Guillermo Núñez, managed to climb to the second podium drawer; and the tandem Jacobo García-Antoni Ripoll, from the Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo, completed the winners’ podium by hanging the bronze medal.

In addition to finishing third overall, García and Ripoll won the prize for the best U-17 crew, beating Africa Alonso and María Pérez Canal, from the Vigo yacht club; and Yago Castro and Jaime Wizner, who were second and third respectively.

The girls took, in addition to the second prize in U-17, the award for the best female crew of the competition.

Present at the awards ceremony for the winners were the president and several directors of the Monte Real Club de Yates, as the organizing club; the manager of Baitra, as sponsor of the event; the mayor of Baiona, Ángel Rodal; the councilor for maritime activities of Baiona, Raúl Costas; and the president of the Galician Sailing Federation, Manuel Villaverde.

The next appointment with the regattas in Baiona will be the Infinitus Rent Trophy, for J80 monotypes, which next weekend celebrates its fourth day, with Miguel Lago’s Virazón at the head of the classification.

 

DAILY SAILING BAITRA TROPHY FINAL GENERAL CLASSIFICATION

1. Martin Wizner and Pedro Ameneiro · Royal Nautical Club of Vigo
2. Jorge Enríquez and Guillermo Núñez · Royal Nautical Club of Vigo
3. Jacobo García and Antonio Ripoll · Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo
4. Alejandro Pérez and Iago García · Royal Nautical Club of Vigo
5. Manuel Lorenzo and Guillermo Rodríguez · Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo

SUB–17 CLASSIFICATION BAITRA SAILING LIGHT TROPHY

1. Jacobo García and Antoni Ripoll · Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo
2. Rodrigo Rodríguez and Eduardo Pola · Club Marítimo Canido and Real Club Náutico Rodeira
3. Africa Alonso and María Pérez-Canal · Real Club Náutico de Vigo

FEMALE CLASSIFICATION BAITRA SAILING LIGHT TROPHY

1. Africa Alonso and María Pérez-Canal · Real Club Náutico de Vigo
2. Alba Trigo and Carmen Fernández · Royal Yacht Club of Sanxenxo
3. Rosalía Martínez and Sandra Trigo Monte Real Yacht Club

 

 

Third round of the Infinitus Rent Trophy

 

· The J80s competition organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates crosses its equator tomorrow with the third of the six scheduled days

Miguel Lago’s Virazón commands in the standings just one point away from his immediate pursuer, the Portuguese Miudo

The day will be exciting due to how close the middle part of the classification is, with seven boats less than ten points apart

 

The J80 one-design fleet that has been competing in the Monte Real Club de Yates Winter League since last January will face off tomorrow, Saturday, in the third round of the Infinitus Rent Trophy. The sailboats will cross the equator of a competition that gets more interesting every day, with the leading crews separated by just one point and with a large number of boats closely grouped in the intermediate positions.

The three tasks scheduled for the third day will be played, as usual, starting at three in the afternoon in the Bay of Baiona, on a circuit of windward-leeward type buoys. The sailboats will have to complete a double round trip that will last around 45 minutes and in which the fastest starts and the most effective maneuvers when taking the buoys will once again be key to making jumps in the classification.

So far, with two days played, there are three boats that stand out from the rest. They are the Virazón de Miguel Lago, from the Monte Real Club de Yates, in first place as a rival to beat; the Portuguese Miudo from the We Do Sailing club, skippered by Francisca Barros and just one point behind the first; and the Cansino of the Commodore of Monte Real Fernando Yáñez, who is third.

In the middle part of the classification there are seven very tight boats, with just ten points separating the first and last, which augurs great competition in the races and excitement on the water.

 

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Bag of crew and shipowners for the II Baiona Angra Atlantic Race

Are you a sailor and would you like to participate in the II Baiona Angra Atlantic Race but you don’t have a boat?

Are you an owner and do you need a crew to register for the competition?

From the Monte Real Club de Yates we want to make it easier for you to participate in the regatta by launching a bag of crew members and shipowners through which you can cover your needs for the Baiona Angra Atlantic Race.

To be part of the bag and for us to put you in contact with other owners/crew members, you simply have to fill out the form that corresponds to you and send it to secretaría@mrcyb.com.

  • If you are an owner and you are looking for a crew, complete and send the following form:

FORM-OWNER

  • If you are a sailor and you are looking for a boat to participate in the competition, complete and send us the following form:

FORM – CREW

The registration period to participate in the II Baiona Angra Atlantic Race will remain open until June 1, with 25 percent discounts on fees for those who register before March 1. A maximum of 20 boats may participate in the competition.

 

 

The Infinitus Rent Trophy returns to Baiona with Miudo and Cansino in the lead

 

Tomorrow, Saturday, starting at three in the afternoon, the second day of the J80 one-design trophy organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates will be held

· The Miudo de Afonso Leite of the Portuguese club We Do Sailing and the Cansino of Fernando Yáñez del Monte Real lead the classification tied on points

· The weather forecast announces good wind conditions for the celebration of the three tasks that the regatta committee has planned

 

Tomorrow, Saturday, the Infinitus Rent Trophy returns to Baiona with the Portuguese from Miudo and the Galicians from Cansino tied on points at the top of the standings. The J80 one-design competition organized by the Monte Real Yacht Club will live its second day starting at three in the afternoon in the bay of Baiona with a weather forecast that is perfect for haggling.

If the forecasts are fulfilled, the wind of between 6 and 10 knots from the north component will allow the celebration of the three tasks planned by the regatta committee. Three windward-leeward courses with which the boats that are in the lead will try to widen the gap with the rest of the fleet.

After the two opening races, Miudo and Cansino, with Afonso Leite and Fernando Yáñez leading the crews, were placed at the top of the standings, with 5 points each. Rosario García’s La Galera sailboat from A Coruña is third with 9 points, and close behind are Miguel Lago’s Virazón and Juan Luis Tuero’s Luna Nueva with 10 and 11 points respectively.

In tenth place in the classification is Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen, one of the boats that is expected to climb positions on this second day, after having lost steam on the first due to a disqualification.

 

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION (Top5) INFINITUS RENT TROPHY

1. MIUDO · Afonso Leite · We Do Sailing
2. TIRED · Fernándo Yáñez · Monte Real Yacht Club
3. LA GALERA · Rosario García · Real Club Náutico A Coruña
4. VIRAZÓN · Miguel Lago · Monte Real Yacht Club
5. NEW MOON Juan Luis Tuero Monte Real Yacht Club

 

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Portuguese victory at the premiere of the Infinitus Rent Trophy

 

 

· The Portuguese crew of the Miudo of the We Do Sailing club won the first day of the Infinitus Rent Trophy that was held in Baiona

· El Cansino by Fernándo Yáñez del Monte Real and La Galera by Rosario García from the Real Club Náutico de A Coruña were placed in second and third position

· The Monte Real Yacht Club Winter League lived up to its name and offered a typical winter day with leaden skies, cold and rain

 

The Miudo of the We Do Sailing club, skippered by the Portuguese Afonso Leite, scored the first podium of the Infinitus Trophy this Saturday in Baiona after winning on the opening day of the championship organized by the Monte Real Yacht Club.

The Winter League of the Baiona club lived up to its name and presented itself to the J80 fleet with a typical winter day, with leaden skies, cold and rain. Despite the unfavorable conditions, the sailors came out wanting to make their debut in the first regatta of the year, and the committee forced, with considerable difficulty, the celebration of two tasks, in which a very shifty and low-intensity wind prevailed.

With the two courses shortened in the second passage through the windward buoy, the fleet achieved very different results. The first heat was won by Fernando Yáñez’s Cansino, skippered today by the former two-time Galician vaurien champion, Castor Alonso. In the second baton the crew lost some steam and finished fourth, finally falling to second place overall.

The victory of the second round was signed by the Portuguese Miudo, with a victory that, added to the fourth place achieved in the first round, gave them the provisional gold of the championship. The bronze went to the J80 La Galera, skippered by Rosario García, from the Real Club Náutico de A Coruña.

Miguel Lago’s Virazón, who returned to the J80 competitions in Baiona after several months racing in the 6m class, is in fourth place and very close to him, just one point away, is Juan Luis Tuero’s Luna Nueva .

Completing the Monte Real Winter League classification are the Meltemi by Guillermo Blanco, the Pazo de Cea by María Campos, the Namasté by Luis de Mira and the Marina Real by Joaquin Cobelo. Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen, who had finished the tests in second position, fell to tenth place after the resolution of a protest against him.

Below him, Yago González-Robatto’s Cormorant II, Francisco J. Martínez’s SND Cormorant, Bernardo Macedo’s Mondo, Enrique Porto’s Ferralemes and Manuel Maria Cunha’s Marías.

The Infinitus Rent Trophy returns to Baiona at the end of the month, with the second day of tests on Saturday, January 25.

 

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION (Top5) INFINITUS RENT TROPHY

1. MIUDO · Afonso Leite · We Do Sailing
2. TIRED · Fernándo Yáñez · Monte Real Yacht Club
3. LA GALERA · Rosario García · Real Club Náutico A Coruña
4. VIRAZÓN · Miguel Lago · Monte Real Yacht Club
5. NEW MOON Juan Luis Tuero Monte Real Yacht Club

 

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The 2018 sailing season loosens moorings with the Infinitus Rent Trophy

 

 

  • The Monte Real Club de Yates inaugurates the regatta season with a six-day championship in which the J80 monotypes will compete exclusively
  • The Infinitus Rent Trophy tests will take place from next weekend until the end of March in the waters of the Bay of Baiona
  • The Monte Real Winter League is the first of the 15 competitions that the club has scheduled in its 2018 sports calendar

The 2018 sailing season loosens its moorings this weekend in Baiona with the celebration of the Infinitus Rent Trophy, the traditional winter league of the Monte Real Club de Yates in which, for yet another year, sailboats of the class will once again compete exclusively J80.

For six days, on January 13 and 27, February 10 and 24, and March 10 and 24, the monotypes will compete, at various points in the bay of Baiona, a series of windward-leeward routes that will be designed by a regatta committee with Fernando Giraldo in front.

Carrying a maximum crew weight of 350 kilos on board, the J80s will sail in a fleet and compete in real time. The fortnightly scores will be added to the final classification from which the winner of the championship will come out.

In the previous edition of the Monte Real Winter League, Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen was the winner, haggling with his usual crew, made up of Diego Fernández, Jaime de la Gándara and Hugo Ferreiro; and sentenced the competition with fourteen first places in the sixteen contested races.

Second place went to the Miudo by Storax, a boat with a Portuguese accent through which several crews passed; and the bronze for Miguel Lago’s Virazón, another of the regulars on the podiums of J80 competitions in Galicia.

The J80 Class Winter League of the Monte Real Yacht Club is sponsored this year by Infinitus Rent, a company born from the merger of four technological renting marketing companies in Spain. With more than 7 years of experience in the sector and an annual turnover of around 12 million euros, Infinitus Rent presents itself as an opportunity for investors who want to obtain optimal profitability in the medium term.

At the press conference to present the trophy, held this morning in Baiona, the Business Development Director of Infinitus Rent, Alberto Rodríguez, assured that “The healthy competitiveness that exists in the world of sailing is an example of how to act in the world of sports, and a philosophy -he said- extrapolated to numerous aspects of the company ”. It was these values that, he affirmed, led them to support two of the Monte Real proposals: the J80 Class Winter League and the Solidarity Vertiathlon, with which the club raises funds for its Adapted Sailing School for people with disabilities.

The president and vice president of Monte Real, José Luis Álvarez and Alejandro Retolaza also participated in the presentation; the mayor of Baiona, Ángel Rodal; the territorial secretary of the Xunta de Galicia in Vigo, Yolanda Lesmes; and the president of the Galician Sailing Federation, Manuel Villaverde.

 

The first of the 15 competitions of the 2018 season

The Infinitus Rent Trophy is the first of the 15 competitions that the Monte Real Club de Yates has scheduled in its 2018 sports calendar. Among the most important events on this schedule, it is worth mentioning the Spanish Championship of the J80 class, which will be held at the end of April as part of the traditional Repsol Trophy.

Also noteworthy is the return of the Baiona Angra Atlantic Race, and the celebration, once again, of two of the most important sailing events in Spain, the Conde de Gondomar Trophy and the Prince of Asturias Trophy. The delivery of the National Sailing Awards, the Galician Solo and Two-handed Championship or the Solidarity Vertiathlon are other events that Monte Real will organize for another year in Baiona.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTICE OF RACE INFINITUS RENT TROPHY J80 CLASS WINTER LEAGUE

The INFINITUS RENT Trophy – J80 Class Winter League will be held in the Bay of Baiona on January 13 and 27; February 10 and 24, March 10 and 24, 2018, organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates.

RULES

  • The rules as defined in the WS RRS 2017–2020 (RRS)
  • Current regulations of the J80 Class
  • Announcement and Instructions of Race

If there is any discrepancy between this Notice of Race (AR) and the Sailing Instructions, the latter shall prevail.

ADVERTISING

Participants may display advertising in accordance with the provisions of WS Regulation 20. The organization may require the participants to display the sponsor’s publicity in the appropriate way and that it will be provided to them before the regatta.

PARTICIPATION

Boats of the J80 Class that comply with the regulations of point 1 of this AR may participate. Owners and skippers must be members of the National J80 Class Association and be registered at http://www.j80measurement.com . Skippers who are not owners must be in possession of the WS Sailor Grade 1 classification.

PROGRAM

January 13th

15:00

Coastal routes or Windward-Leeward

January 27th

15:00

Coastal routes or Windward-Leeward

Feb. 10

15:00

Coastal routes or Windward-Leeward

February 24th

15:00

Coastal routes or Windward-Leeward

March 10th

15:00

Coastal routes or Windward-Leeward

March 24th 15:00

20:30

Coastal routes or Windward-Leeward

Awards ceremony and dinner

COMPETITION FORMAT

It will sail in a fleet. A maximum of 18 tests are scheduled. No more than 3 tests per day will be navigated.

PUNCTUATION

The low scoring system described in the RRS will be applied. If only 8 or less races are held, all of them will score towards the final general classification. If 7 to 12 races are held, the worst (discardable) of each boat will be discarded for the final general classification. If 13 to 17 races are held, the worst two (disposable) of each boat will be discarded for the final general classification. If 18 races are held, the worst three (disposable) of each boat will be discarded for the final general classification.

CLASSIFICATIONS

It will be classified in real time.

REGISTRATION

Registration will be mandatory, at a cost of €30/vessel, and the following documentation must be sent or presented at the Monte Real Club de Yates, before January 10, 2018 (registrations after that date must have the approval of the Organizing Committee):

  • Duly completed registration form.
  • Boat insurance.
  • 2018 Sports Licenses for the entire crew.
  • Proof of transfer for registration fees

 

MONTE REAL YACHT CLUB

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Email: secretaria@mrcyb.com

phone + 34 986 385000 Fax. + 34 986 355061

ABANCA – Branch BAIONA

Account number: 2080-0559-23-3040003658

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AWARDS

Prizes will be awarded, at least, to the top 3 finishers. The awards ceremony and dinner will be held on March 24 at 8:30 p.m.

RESPONSIBILITY

Participants in the INFINITUS RENT TROPHY – J80 Class Winter League do so at their own risk and responsibility.

The Monte Real Club de Yates or any person or body involved in the organization of the event, reject 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 participation in the tests covered by this Notice of Race.

Attention is drawn to Fundamental Rule 4, Decision to Race, of RRS part 1, which states: “It is the sole responsibility of a boat to decide whether to participate in a race or to continue racing”.

 

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The regatta HELLO! Ladies Cup opens this Friday the 32nd Prince of Asturias Trophy

· The women’s competition in which some of the best sailors on the peninsula participate will be held starting tomorrow, Friday, in the bay of Baiona

They will share the regatta field with the Solventis J80 class one-designs for which the regatta committee has several batons prepared

· On the first day of competition we will also see on the water the sailboats of the Óptica Studio ORC 1, Aceites Abril ORC 2 and Gadis ORC 3 classes.

· The thirty-second edition of the trophy organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates and the Escuela Naval Militar de Marín will have more than 80 boats in contention

Baiona, August 31, 2017.- This Friday begins in the Rías Baixas the thirty-second edition of the Prince of Asturias Trophy which, under the organization of the Monte Real Yacht Club and the Military Naval School of Marín, will bring together more than 80 boats in contention during the three days that the event lasts .

Among the first crews to hit the water are the sailors from the ¡HOLA! Ladies Cup, an exclusively female competition in which some of the best patron saints of the peninsula will compete for the podium.

Under equal conditions, with 6 identical boats and the same number of people on board, they will fight for victory in a regatta field located inside the bay of Baiona, in which the regatta committee designed several windward courses for them leeward.

Aboard the HELLO! The girls from the Alicante Costa Blanca Yacht Club will sail, skippered by Cristina García. At HOLA MADE IN USA, one of the teams from the Madrilenian Sailing Federation, led by the several-time Ladies Cup champion, Amparo Mollá, will come out to haggle. Also competing from Madrid, aboard HOLA FASHION, will be the team led by Teresa Martínez; and Marta Ramada’s girls have already arrived in Baiona from Portugal, who will try to win aboard the ¡HELLO!.

Through the Club Náutico de Sant Carles de la Rápita, and under the name of HOLA.COM, the crew headed by Magdalena Czernik will sail; and the Monte Real Club de Yates, organizer of the trophy, will also be represented in this competition, with a crew led by Rosalía Martínez and made up of the club’s deputy commodore, Genoveva Pereiro, and a group of students from the Sailing School. They will sail aboard the HELLO FASHION MONTHLY.

The tests of the HELLO! The Ladies Cup will start tomorrow, Friday, at 3:30 in the afternoon inside the Bay of Baiona, where the Solventis J80 class boats will also compete. Among the fleet of these one-designs we will see one of the favorites to win the trophy, Javier de la Gándara’s Okofen, who will in all probability give a lot of trouble to Pablo Martínez’s Marina Coruña. El Cansino by Fernando Yáñez, Luna Nueva by Juan Luis Tuero, Marías Casas do Telhado by José Valentín Cunha, Namasté by Luis de Mira or Virazón with Martín Wizner at the cane will be other jacks that will fight to win the winner cup.

On the opening day of this Prince of Asturias Trophy, the largest boats will also sail, from the Óptica Studio ORC 1, Aceites Abril ORC 2 and Gadis ORC 3 classes. For them there will be no poles but a coastal one, which will start from the Bay of Baiona and enter the Vigo estuary.

The Aceites Abril of the Pérez Canal brothers, the Pairo 8 skippered by the Olympian Jordi Xammar, the Xekmatt of the Portuguese José Carlos Prista or the Salseiro of Manuel Blanco are some of the boats that will compete in the Óptica Studio ORC 1 class, together with the Solventis, the Arroutado or the Siradella, among others.

In the Aceites Abril ORC 2 class, Pedro Campos’ SUM Innovation, recent winner of the SAR Infanta Elena regatta, is one of the loudest names to get on the podium. The Bosch Service Solution of Ramón Ojea, the Starfighter of Julio Rodríguez or the Porto Caro II of Carlos Morgado, other of the boats that will compete in the same class, will try to prevent it.

In the Gadis ORC class we will see, among others, the Fend la Bise by Jean Claude Sarrade, the Camping Ría de Arosa by José Manuel Pombar, the Bunda by the Solorzano brothers or the villain by Luis Bodelón.

In addition to the tests in the water, the first day of the Prince of Asturias Trophy will include the live broadcast, from the club, of a special radio program on Onda Cero, starting at noon.

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