· Tomorrow, Friday, the thirtieth edition of the regatta begins with several windward-leeward technical tests starting at four in the afternoon
· There will be two regatta fields: the ORCs will compete in the Cíes Islands anchorage, and the J80s and the female crews of the Ladies Cup in the bay of Baiona
· In one of the boats, a crew made up of students from the Adapted Sailing School for disabled people of the Monte Real Yacht Club will haggle
Tomorrow, Friday, the thirtieth edition of the Prince of Asturias Trophy begins in Baiona, one of the most important regattas on the Spanish nautical scene, organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates and the Escuela Naval Militar de Marín with the sponsorship of Storax and Terras Gauda.
The forecast of the regatta committee is to honk the start of the first race at five minutes to four in the afternoon, both at the Cíes Islands anchorage, where the ORCs will compete; as in the bay of Baiona, where the J80s and the Ladies Cup girls will haggle.
Both fleets will compete in several windward-leeward tests, routes between buoys in which the crews will have to demonstrate their skill when carrying out the manoeuvres. The weather forecast announces a sunny day, with northerly winds of between 12 and 14 knots inside the bay, and somewhat more intense outside.
Among the crews that will go out on the water on the first day is a team of students from the Adapted Sailing School for disabled people of the Monte Real Yacht Club, which will participate for the first time in a sports competition.
Once the day is over, the sailors will enjoy a seafood dinner in the village located in the Monte Real facilities, where tents have been set up to entertain the three days of the trophy, and where the delivery of the National Sailing Awards will also be held. Terras Gauda.