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TURKEY Cahit Üren, General Manager Turkish Offshore Racing Club (TORC)


One Ton Cup (FAST 40+) 1st


2nd 3rd


Girls on Film Rebellion Hitchhiker


JOG Offshore Series IRC 3


IRC 4 IRC 5


IRC 6


Double- Handed


Assassin Just So


Long Pierre Raffles Double Trouble


Dartmouth Week** IRC 1


Keronimo IRC 2


IRC 3 IRC 4


IRC 5 Davanti Tyres


Jaywalker Antix


Reflexe ** Start-Up Club Ireland


Half Ton Classic Cup (Kinsale) 1st


2nd 3rd


Swuzzlebubble Checkmate XVIII Checkmate XV


East Aegean Sailing Week. Photo: Osman Ugur


The IRC measurement system was introduced (as CHS) in Turkey following the demise of IOR in 1994. IRC has therefore been adopted by yacht clubs throughout Turkey and all races are now run according to the IRC Rule.


Both inshore and offshore racing have been popular in Turkey and many yachting events take place around the Turkish coast, which stretches more than 4,500 nautical miles. The most popular of our regattas, by numbers of participants, are the Marmaris International Race Week (organised by Marmaris International Yacht Club) with more than 200 participants, followed by the Bodrum Offshore Sailing Club Winter Regatta and Goçek Yacht Club Spring and Autumn Sailing Weeks. In total some 500 yachts take part in these events.


The Turkish Navy Cup, equivalent to the former Admiral’s Cup in the United Kingdom, was raced for the 46th time in 2017.


The various yacht clubs and the average number of IRC rated boats participating are as follows:


• Goçek Yacht Club: 3 races, 75 yachts on average


• Marmaris International Yacht Club: 29 races, 35 yachts (Marmaris International Race Week attracts more than 200 additional yachts)


• Bodrum Offshore Sailing Club: 30 races, 45 yachts • Aegean Offshore Yacht Club: 30 races, 35 yachts • Istanbul Sailing Club: 10 races, 45 yachts • Marmara Sailing Club: 4 races, 45 yachts • Kalamış Sailing Club: 12 races, 40 yachts • Bursa Sailing Club: 10 races, 25 yachts • Turkish Offshore Racing Club: 41 races, 50 yachts


Here in Turkey, we are of the opinion that these yacht races, which are open to yachtsmen from all over the world, will strengthen the friendship between countries.


(Turkish IRC certificates are issued by UNCL)


Cruiser Class 1 Cruiser Class 2 Cruiser Class 3 Cruiser Class 4 Cruiser Class 5


Dark Angel Joker II


Cartoon Asterix


Offshore Cruiser Flashback Non-spinnaker 1 Bite the Bullet Non-spinnaker 2 Cariad


Mixed sportsboat Luvly Jubbly


IRC 1 IRC 2 IRC 3 IRC 4


Dark Angel Joker II Equinox


Bruce Farr Jean Berret MG HS30


Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta Cruiser Class 0


Dubois 37 J/109


Checkmate XV MG HS30 Fusion


Corby 25


Philip Plumtree Nigel Biggs Dave Cullen


Tony Ackland John Maybury Dave Cullen


Richard Colwell


Qtr Ton Fauroux Ken Lawless Sonata OD First 34.7 Elan 333


F Meredith Paddy Gregory


Sigma 33 OD 1730


ICRA National Championship IRC 0


Anchor Challenge Stouche


IRC non- spinnaker A Nieulargo


IRC non- spinnaker B Roaring Forties


Dubois 37 J/109 X-332


Colm Bermingham Terence Fair Andrew Brook


Robert O’Leary John Maybury Ross McDonald


Qtr Tonner Farr Paul Gibbons J/24


Darragh McCormack Grand Soleil 40 Denis Murphy First 35s5


WIORA West Coast Championship 2017 IRC Overall Tribal


IRC 1 IRC 2 IRC 3


Tribal


Farr 31 Farr 31


Stonehaven Racing Corby 25 Gossip


J/24 Turkey


Turkish Offshore Racing Club – IRC Championship IRC I


IRC II IRC III


IRC IV


Fenerbahçe 2-Ford Farr 40 Eker Yayik Ayran


A35 Happy Hour Dönence Mat 10 Mk2 Ada Pupa Adrenalin Oceanis 361


Oğuz Ayan Ahmet Eker


Özgür Inam/ Erman Ayvav Murat Gökçen


12 ||||||||| | ||||||||| | ||||||||| | ||||||||| | ||||||||| | ||||||||| | ||||||||| | ||||||||| | ||||||||| | ||||||||| | Clodagh O’Donovan


Liam Burke Liam Burke


John Callanan Brian Raftery


Carkeek 40 Mk3 Peter Morton


Carkeek 40 Mk2 Stewart Whitehead Carkeek 40 Mk3 Bastiaan de Voogd


Prima 38 J/109


Dehler 38 Elan 295 SJ320


Ker 40 J/112e


J/97 X-302 Charisma 22 Mark Brown David McGough


Cooper, Cooper & England


Peter Cover David Thompson Andy Williams


Paul Heyes & Nick Haigh


Robert Baker


John Allen & Sandy Ransom Sam Woolner


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