HK TO VIETNAM RACE- STARTS 19 AND 20 OCTOBER 2021
friday 17 september
MONDAY 18 OCTOBER
tuesday 19 OCTOBER
Warning Signal for IRC Racer 2 and IRC Cruiser - 1110hrs
wednesday 20 OCTOBER
Warning Signal for IRC 0 & 1 Racer and Multihulls - 1110hrs
saturday 23 OCTOBER
Location Party, Nha Trang
wednesday 3 NOVEMBER
Prizegiving, Kellett Island
The Hong Kong to Vietnam Race is organised by the RHKYC and will be run under the auspices of RORC and the World Sailing Category One Special Offshore Regulations.
It is a challenging, predominantly downwind, 673nm fast passage to Nha Trang, on the south-eastern coast of Vietnam - the race is recognised as a qualifying race for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.
2021 will mark the tenth edition of this biennial Race which is the longest Category One offshore race in Asia. The Race was first run in 1996 and then regularly since 2004. Both the monohull and multihull race records were broken in the 2019 edition of the race with Bryon Ehrhart's Lucky setting a new monohull race record of 41h 30m 20s and Meitatsu Fukumoto / Seng Huang Lee's SHK Scallywag Fuku settng a new multihull race record of 30h 09m 27s.
A popular tourist destination in its own right, Nha Trang also offers a great revictualling point for boats intending to continue on to other seasonal sailing events in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Australia.
Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellett Island, Causeway Bay
Tel: +852 2239 0395