Notice of Race Rolex Middle Sea Race 2020
2020 Notice of Race is available
With cautious optimism, the Royal Malta Yacht Club (RMYC) announced the Notice of Race for the 41st Rolex Middle Sea Race. Over the past few weeks, the RMYC has carefully monitored developments globally and, in particular, the advice and guidance from the World Health Organisation and the Maltese government concerning participation sports like yacht racing. The club’s intention to run the 2020 race remains subject to changes in circumstances both locally and internationally, and the evolution of guidelines between June and October. The current plan is to review the state of play in August, and the RMYC has reserved the right to amend the Notice of Race up until 31 August.
There are still a few months to go before the cannons of the Saluting Battery can signal the start of the 2020 Rolex Middle Sea Race. RMYC’s optimism is tempered by a dose of realism. Paramount in its thinking is the continuing health of its membership and the wider sailing community. In the meantime, there is no harm in looking ahead.
The first race of the RORC 2021 Season’s Points Championship
The 41st edition of the Rolex Middle Sea Race is scheduled to start on Saturday, 17 October 2020.
The Rolex Middle Sea Race is organised by the Royal Malta Yacht Club under the auspices of the Maltese and Italian Sailing Federations. The Race is held in association with the Royal Ocean Racing Club and will be the first race of the RORC 2021 Season’s Points Championship. It will also be the first event that is part of the IMA Mediterranean Maxi Offshore Challenge 2020 – 2021. Official Press Release
We have boats available for charter and boats that will compete with sailors who booked individually, from a Beneteau First 47.7 to a Volvo 65 or 70. Have a look at the event for more details and availability.