North Sea Race
RORC’s North Sea Race which starts from Royal Harwich Yacht Club and sails to the Dutch port of Scheveningen traditionally joins forces with Scheveningen Yacht Club’s North Sea Regatta (the Vuurschepen Offshore Race).
The North Sea Regatta is the largest sailing event along the Dutch North Sea shore. The 120-mile Vuurschepen Race is sailed from Scheveningen (NL) to Harwich (UK). After a lay day in Harwich, the IRC, ORC and SW classes will return to the Netherlands, sailing the 180NM Race. This is followed by the North Sea Regatta Inshore Races that take place in Scheveningen.
Hosted by the Royal Harwich Yacht Club in their fabulous modern clubhouse, the North Sea Race starts outside Harwich and meanders around the Galloper wind farm before heading north to Smith’s Knoll Buoy and across to the famous sailing city of the Hague and the Scheveningen Yacht Club. The majority of the teams come from the Netherlands, teams from Austria, Great Britain, Belgium, France and Germany will also be racing.
You can now join the Race from Harwich to Scheveningen.