Synonyms for fastnet_race or Related words with fastnet_race

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Examples of "fastnet_race"
"Charles Jourdan" participated in the 1989–90 Whitbread Round the World Race. "Nicorette" won the 1995 Fastnet Race helmed by Ludde Ingvall. "Royal Blue" won the 1997 Fastnet Race, helmed by Gunnar Ekdahl.
In August 1979, during the 1979 Fastnet race, the lifeboat rescued two yachts, "Regardless and Marionette".
The Albert Strange designed yacht Tally Ho won the Fastnet race in 1927.
Inspired by the Bermuda Race, he helped create the Fastnet Race in 1925.
Bruynzeel continued sailing and winning races. In the 1937 Fastnet Race "Zeearend" was winner overall.
The Corinthian 35 was a class of racing yachts introduced during the 1937 Fastnet race.
In 1935, there had been three 35' boats in the Fastnet race:
In the 1979 Fastnet race, in a storm that killed 15 participants, he skippered "Tenacious" to a corrected-time victory.
In 1977 he came back to Europe to take part for the first time in the Fastnet Race.
2011 as well as 2013 and has gained an entry in the 2015 Fastnet Race for GBR 2Get Carter.
"Kialoa IV" was a contemporary of "Condor of Bermuda" and a participant in the tragic 1979 Fastnet race.
In years 1995, 1997, 1999 she took part in the renowned Fastnet Race regattas, from South England to Ireland.
"BIL" won the Fastnet Race line honours in 1997 with skipper Ross Field, Matthew Humphries, Halvard Mabire and Michel Lefebvre, Jr..
Members of the club have won many prestigious yacht races, including the Fastnet Race, the Bermuda Race, the Great China Sea Race, and the SORC.
The Fastnet Race has been sponsored by the Swiss watch manufacturing company Rolex since 2001. The Race prize is known as the Fastnet Challenge Cup.
While on sea trials, "Broadsword" was called into service as the command ship during the large rescue operation required after storms struck the 1979 Fastnet race.
"Myth of Malham" won the Fastnet Race in 1947 and 1949, and in 1957 was part of the winning team for the first Admiral's Cup.
Ricus van de Stadt later designed a seaworthy race version of the "Valk" for Kees Bruynzeel, the "Zeevalk". In 1952 this boat would win the Fastnet race.
Admirals Cup Yachts must compete in the Fastnet Race as part of the series, but in the 1979 Fastnet race this ocean race encountered near hurricane conditions, which caused one of the worst disasters in yachting history: many yachts were lost and 15 people died during the race. Consequently the race results were understandably insignificant, but Rogers' Contessa 39, "Eclipse", came in second overall to Ted Turner's "Tenacious", a yacht twice her size.
The Fastnet Race is a famous biennial offshore yacht race organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club of the United Kingdom. Generally considered one of the classic offshore races, 'Fastnet' is a difficult contest testing both inshore and offshore skills, boat and crew preparation and speed potential. From its inception, the Fastnet Race has proven highly influential in the growth of offshore racing, and remains closely linked to advances in yacht design, sailing technique and safety equipment.