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This one-of-a-kind race is modeled after The Ocean Race (formerly the Volvo Ocean Race), and allows participants to sail a 20-mile boat race around Fishers Island Sound in an experience normally reserved for older world-class skippers.

Just like the big leagues, the race around Fishers Island Sound comes complete with live-streaming video footage shot by drones, online access to real-time GPS race tracking, onboard reporters with action cameras, and of course, top-notch sailing.

HANDS DOWN THE BEST EVENT OF THE SUMMER

Loved the sailing...
Loved the island party...
Would do it again...

WHAT THEY SAID

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OUR PARTNER HOSTS

Mystic Shipyard
Mystic Shipyard

For the big finish

    JUST WHAT IS THIS RACE?

    Tired of dizzying days around tiny buoy courses?  Looking to full send a three-mile downwinder? You gotta try this one!
    WHY THIS RACE?
    OBR Report Or check out this epic video from the 2017 years winning OBR that was posted on Sailing Anarchy!  Gives you a little taste of what we have in store for you!
    COACH KEN OVERVIEW
    OBR Report Coach Ken Legler of Tufts University was an “all course coach” at the 2017 edition. Here are his notes of what happened, when and why.
    10 REASONS TO GO
    OBR Report A whole list of reasons why this event is like no other!

    CONTACT US

    Organizing Authority
    Mudratz Inc Stonington, CT 06378
    Regatta Chairperson
    E-mail: chair@thedinghyrace.com Phone: 860.501.0576

    NEWS FEED

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    The Dinghy Race is at Fishers Island Yacht Club Marina.
    The Dinghy Race

    After months of consideration, and waiting as long as possible, we are making the very difficult call to cancel this years race.

    The Dinghy Race is about so much more then just what happens on the water and without the opportunity to live with and learn from each other... we just don't see a way to make this years event even close to as special as it should be.

    Kids keep sailing and navigating through these crazy times. We cannot wait to sail away to someplace special with you all again soon.

    Club 420 Association Mystic Shipyard Fishers Island Club MudRatz ECSA Junior Sailing
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    Remember the beach walk this summer when we all got to hang with Charlie Enright? WIsh him luck! ... See MoreSee Less

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    The Dinghy Race was live.
    The Dinghy Race

    Welcome to Race Day 4 - part 2 of the 2019 Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup! Today, the fleet will be racing on Narragansett Bay. As San Diego Yacht Club is the current regatta leader, they will be flying the yellow spinnaker all day. Commentators Tucker Thompson and Andy Green are joined by Ken Read for the day!

    For more event information: nyyc.org/2019-rolex-nyyc-invita
    Preliminary Results: bit.ly/ROLEXNYYCICresults
    Live 2D Tracking: bit.ly/ROLEXNYYCICtracking
    Additional coverage will be published to the Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup Facebook Page (Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup), the New York Yacht Club Instagram account (@NYYC_Regattas), and streaming on YouTube (www.youtube.com/…/NewYorkYachtC…)
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    After close to 30 miles of racing... this is the moment of the final leg 7 where Glasson & Hanson found the faster low lane to secure the Dinghy Race win.

    Earlier in the leg the battle for first overall began with a downwind start! Chris and Dylan Devine were doing all they could to luff out the leaders and put the three needed points between them.

    Congrats to both of these teams, as the fleet was genuinely rooting for either one of them to win. Earning the respect and admiration of their competitors is more valuable then any trophy in the world!
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    After close to 30 miles of racing... this is the moment of the final leg 7 where Glasson & Hanson found the faster low lane to secure the Dinghy Race win. 
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Earlier in the leg the battle for first overall began with a downwind start! Chris and Dylan Devine were doing all they could to luff out the leaders and put the three needed points between them. 
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Congrats to both of these teams, as the fleet was genuinely rooting for either one of them to win. Earning the respect and admiration of their competitors is more valuable then any trophy in the world!Image attachment
    The Dinghy Race was live.
    The Dinghy Race

    Award Ceremony for the 2019 edition of The Dinghy Race ... See MoreSee Less

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