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2015 Rolex NYYC Invitational Cup

2013 ic photo by forsterPhoto by Rolex / Daniel Forster

September 12-19, 2015
Newport, Rhode Island

The Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup is a biennial event hosted by the NYYC in Newport, Rhode Island in September at its Harbour Court Clubhouse. The Invitational Cup is a regatta for yacht clubs from around the world and their sailors. It has become an important Corinthian (amateur) sailing competition. The racing is in NYYC Swan 42s – the eighth one-design class created by the New York Yacht Club since 1900.

20 yacht club teams from 13 countries and five continents competed in the 2013 regatta, with the Royal Canadian Yacht Club, skippered by Terry McLaughlin, repeating as champions after a close battle with Larchmont Yacht Club.  Results, videos, photos & tracking are all available on the 2013 Invitational Cup website.

RACE PROGRAM

SCHEDULE & RESERVATIONS

RACE DOCUMENTS

NEWPORT AREA Logistics & Activities

BULLETINS TO COMPETITORS

  • pdfBulletin #1 - Entry Form Part I (10-15-14)
  • pdfBulletin #2 - Entry List, Housing, Logo (1-23-15)
  • pdfBulletin #3 - Seasonal Charter (2-9-15)
  • pdfBulletin #4 - Charter Boat Agreement (2-19-15)
  • pdfBulletin #5 - NOR Amendment #1 (3-19-15)
  • pdfBulletin #6 - Team, Club & Media information form (5-2-15)
  • pdfBulletin #7 - Entry Form Part II (7-18-15)
  • pdfBulletin #8 - Clothing, Housing, Schedule & Reminders (7-30-15)
  • pdfBulletin #9 - Boat Assignments, NYYC Selection Series (8-3-15)
  • pdfBulletin #10 - Eligibility Verification past due (8-18-15)
  • pdfBulletin #11 - Schedule, Social & Spectator Reservations (8-22-15)
  • pdfBulletin #12 - Sailing Instructions, Eligibility form, Reminders (9-1-15)
  • Bulletin #13 - Swan 42 Characteristics, Use of Electronics, Owner's Rep (9-3-15)

TRAINING VIDEO

View the Swan 42 One-Design training video (approx. 12 minutes long) with tips on all aspects of sailing the Swan 42.  The download is a large file (784 mb), so please be patient. Special thanks to Peter McCloskey for his technical assistance in describing the various maneuvers.

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