SAVE THE DATE: OCTOBER 9-10, 2021
Initially established the early 1970’s by The Corinthians. This invitational regatta for college sailors is held annually out of Larchmont Yacht Club and brings together keel boat owners and young sailors for an opportunity to go head to head each Fall.
Since we can't meet in person in 2020, we want to hear about the stories from past IORs and where your sailing journey has taken you. Share a photo on Facebook or Instagram from a past IOR and a photo of where you sail now (or recently) with the tag #IORThenAndNow for a chance to win a FREE SAFETY AT SEA SEMINAR registration.
September 18, 2020
The 2020 IOR has been cancelled due to restrictions on organized college sports by universities. A photo contest is launched to reminisce with a free Safety-at-Sea Seminar up for grabs.
October 21, 2019
The Storm Trysail Club ran the first College Offshore Sailing Circuit (COSC) Fall Regatta on Oct.12-13 featuring a new-to-the-U.S. one-design fleet of 33’ Figaro 2’s.
THANKS TO OUR 2019 SUPPORTERS
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ABOUT THE EVENT
"The highlight of our season."
For college sailors around the country
The regatta was initially established the early 1970’s by The Corinthians who ran the regatta until 1999, after which it was picked up by Storm Trysail Club. For the 2017 regatta, The Corinthians transferred to the Storm Trysail Foundation the original four perpetual trophies: “The George G. Crocker Memorial Race Trophy”, “The Edward S. Moore III Memorial Trophy”, “The James C. Jacobson Memorial Trophy”, and “The Foster Tallman Memorial Trophy”. In addition, Larchmont Yacht Club donated two trophies including one belonging to the late Thomas Carroll, a member of Larchmont Yacht Club. The “Paul Hoffmann Trophy”, named for the long-time Storm Trysail member famed for his success on a series of yachts named “Thunderhead”, presented by his son Binky Hoffmann, is given to the team that had the best overall performance. The “Ed du Moulin Trophy”, named for the man who was involved in the management of more America’s Cup campaigns than anyone in the Cup’s history, presented by his son, Storm Trysail Club Past Commodore Richard du Moulin, to the boat owner of the overall regatta winner. The invitational regatta is held annually out of Larchmont Yacht Club, who is a co-organizer of the event in addition to the Storm Trysail Club and Foundation.
Intercollegiate Regatta is held over Columbus Day Weekend.
Registration is done online before the event and check in begins on Thursday afternoon.
1400 on Friday in the vicinity of Red Bell "32" (The Cows) southerly of Stamford Harbor.
Boats will sail from the Start; leave Block Island to starboard, to the Finish, leaving Red Bell “32” (The
Cows) and Red Nun “1” to starboard. Course distance is 186 NM.
Boats will sail from the Start; leave the Red & White Whistle “PI” (Plum Island) to starboard, and to the Finish as described above. Course distance is 125 NM.