Sailing

At RUYC, we have a full programme of racing each year starting with the Sunday Spring Series for keelboats from Easter through to Opening Day at the end of April. Thursdays from May to September are for Club Points Racing and sailors from RUYC and nearby Ballyholme Yacht Club compete 'Round the Buoys'. An Autumn Series runs from mid September to the end of October and is organised jointly with Ballyholme YC.

We also organise a series of Offshore Races which this year will be Todd Navigation Ailsa Craig Race (overnight), Glenarm Race, Campbelltown Race (overnight) and Portpatrick Race.

Sailing Programme 2017

New: Find our latest racing results online at RUYC Results Central.

Campbeltown Race 2017

28/7/2017 - 30/7/2017
RUYC start line to finish in Campbeltown

Campbeltown - (NI Offshore Points Series 2017 Race 3)

Overnight race finishing in Campbeltown

Click on the event title above for on-line entry and event documents.

Round the Lough Series 2017 - Race 5 of 6

19/8/2017 11:55 - 16:00
RUYC

Race 5 in a series of Round the Lough Races open to Classes: IRC Unrestricted, Sigma 33, Restricted Sail Class (NHC & CYCA) and BLQTC (Belfast Lough Quarter Ton Class)

Round the Lough Series 2017 - Race 6 of 6

26/8/2017 11:55 - 16:00
RUYC

Race 6 in a series of Round the Lough Races open to Classes: IRC Unrestricted, Sigma 33, Restricted Sail Class (NHC & CYCA) and BLQTC (Belfast Lough Quarter Ton Class)

Portpatrick Race (NI Offshore Point Race 4)

2/9/2017 - 3/9/2017
RUYC start line to finish in Portpatrick

Portpatrick Race - (NI Offshore Points Series 2017 Race 4)

Day passage race fnishing in Portpatrick and linking in with the RUYC Cruise in Company

Club Racing Early Series

10/5/2017

Race Report and Results - read full article

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Handicap Systems

Our Cruiser/Racing classes are sailed throughout the season under IRC, CYCA and NHC handicap systems.

RORC Special Regulations

Category 4 is the category appropriate for short races during daylight in mostly warm or sheltered waters.