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Selangor International Regatta (November) and the Royal Langkawi International Regatta. The former is an annual island-hopping regatta along the west coast of the Malaysian peninsula, starting from the Royal Selangor Yacht Club and finishing at Langkawi.


The latter event brings in the New Year, offering five days of multi-class racing around the duty-free islands of Langkawi.


Singapore


It is encouraging to see the resurgence of IRC racing in Singapore through the Changi Sailing Club. All boats racing at CSC events now use registered/measured sails for IRC racing.


Principal events are the Western Series Regatta, which is held over three weekends in August, when all club racers come together; Neptune Regatta, billed as the world’s only sailing regatta and motor yacht rally that centres around a race to the Equator; and Nongsa Point Regatta, three days of racing for IRC keelboats, multihulls, one-designs and sportsboats in Indonesia in January.


There is also the CSC@Besar Regatta, which is organised jointly by Changi Sailing Club and the Aseania Beach Resort on Pulau Besar off the east coast of Malaysia. This is a 100nm passage race for cruising and racing class yachts.


A note about weighing


Although marina facilities are still limited in the region, IRC-SEA now has access to a certified 15 tonne load cell along with a new 4 x 15 tonne pressure pad system capable of weighing boats up to 60 tonnes. Based in Thailand, the equipment is available for rental to yacht clubs and marinas in the South East Asia region.


In the past two seasons, five new IRC Measurers have been trained, with CSC (Singapore) offering weighing and measuring weekends throughout the year. Events are planned for Malaysia and Thailand in 2017/2018.


Come and join in


We hope to announce regional IRC Championships in the near future, along with a new Andaman Sea Offshore Race, which will start in Phuket, Thailand, race 450nm to Port Blair in the Indian Andaman Islands and return to Langkawi (another 450nm) in Malaysia.


There are now a number of competitive IRC boats available for charter here, ranging from TP52s to a Farr 1104, so visitors to this wonderful region are always welcome. Further details from www.irc-sea.com


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Al Basti Group Keelboat Commodore’s Cup IRC 1


Diablo


IRC 2 IRC 3


Switchblade Elaion


Dubai Race Week 2017 IRC 1


IRC 2 IRC 3


First 44.7 First 36.7 J/22


Clair De Lune Junior Seaquest 34 Switchblade Mai-Jay


First 36.7 J/22


Japan


Ogasawara Yacht Race 1st


2nd 3rd


Andiamo III Trekkee Thetis 4


The 58th Pearl Race (Japan) Overall


IRC A IRC B IRC C


IRC Double Handed


Japan Cup 1st


2nd 3rd


Crescent II Trekkee


Crescent II Gefion


Siesta Black


Summer Girl Slainte Mhath


Hong Kong


Kowloon Cup 2017 1st


Talkhead 2nd 3rd Goddess Vixen Malaysia


Raja Muda Selangor International Regatta 2016 IRC 0


THA72


IRC 1 IRC 2


IRC 3


Windsikher Zuhal


Fujin Thailand


30th Phuket King’s Cup Regatta 2016 IRC 0


THA72


IRC 1 IRC 2


Premier


Bareboat Charter


Karasu Judy


Pine Pacific Snapdragon TP52


First 40.7 Farr 30 X-55


Kevin & Tom Whitcraft


Yasuo Nanamori John Coffin


Ithinai Yingsiri Sun Odyssey 409 Igor Ginzburg TP52


Welbourn 52 Farr 520


First 44.7


Kevin & Tom Whitcraft


Sarab Jeet Singh


Masyuri & Mohd Azhar


David Fuller Sydney 36 First 34.7 X-35


Mak Ching Hung & Partners


Happy Hour 2 Limited


Simon R Smith


Farr 36M Muir 40 First 40


Seam 33 Muir 40 Seam 33 Baltic 35


First 40.7


Botin 40 First 40.7 Ker 40+


Tetsuo Noguchi Hajime Nitta


Mampei Kodama


Akimitsu Hirai Hajime Nitta Akimitsu Hirai


Kazihiro Nakajima Masatoshi Kawaguchi Hiro Kodama


Masuhiro Banba Koji Nakajima


Douglas Hassell Simon Reeves Stuart Anderson


Gaetan Herve Simon Reeves Glen Sansom


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